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Quentin Tarantino’s New Beverly Cinema Criticized by Ousted Staffer

Quentin Tarantino’s New Beverly Cinema Criticized by Ousted Staffer

Not everyone is thrilled about Quentin Tarantino taking over the New Beverly Cinema.Longtime theater employee Julia Marchese says she was demoted and then forced …

‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1′ Preview: Katniss Is Ready for War

‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1′ Preview: Katniss Is Ready for War

How do you get Katniss to shoot at someone with an arrow when it's not …

Miles Teller on ‘Divergent': "I Was More Burnt Out Than Bored"

Alexandra Wyman/Invision for Paul + Williams/AP ImagesMiles Teller is currently onscreen in Whiplash, and if the actor borrowed…

Actress Elizabeth Pena Dies at 55

Actress Elizabeth Pena, who recently completed work on El Rey Network's Matador, has died. She was 55.Her nephew,…

Feinberg: Neil Patrick Harris Is the Right Choice for Oscars Host

Feinberg: Neil Patrick Harris Is the Right Choice for Oscars Host - Hollywood Reporter Some have criticized the Academy's…

Amy Berg’s Hollywood Sex Abuse Doc to Premiere at NYC Doc Festival

Amy Berg’s Hollywood Sex Abuse Doc to Premiere at NYC Doc FestivalAmy Berg's documentary about Hollywood sex abuse is set to premiere next month at the fifth annual DOC NYC documentary festival in New York.Berg reportedly worked with Michael Egan III,…

Neil Patrick Harris to Host the 2015 Oscars

Neil Patrick Harris to Host the 2015 Oscars

Chris Pizzello/Invision/APNeil Patrick Harris hosted the 2013 Emmy Awards.Watch Neil Patrick Harris Perform Magic, Take…

Box Office Preview: Brad Pitt’s ‘Fury’ Set to Demolish Competition With Likely $25M Opening

Box Office Preview: Brad Pitt’s ‘Fury’ Set to Demolish Competition With Likely $25M Opening

Director David Ayer's Fury is expected to win the North American box office race ahead…

Six Years of Marvel and DC’s Superhero Movies, Explained

Six Years of Marvel and DC’s Superhero Movies, Explained

Six Years of Marvel and DC’s Superhero Movies, Explained – Hollywood Reporter
Well, here you go — a guide to the many four color fantasies headed to movie theaters between 2015 and 2020, complete with the important details of each. Please note that we’ve only included movies that either have specific announced dates, or have been announced for particular years without dates attached — which is to say, just because there’s only one Marvel Studios movie dated for 2019, it’s unlikely that it’ll end up being the only Marvel Studios movie that year. Cut out and keep (and maybe start to wonder how you’ll manage to get through 2017 in one piece).
2015Avengers: Age of Ultron (May 1)Joss Whedon’s follow-up to 2012’s big Marvel Studios team-up features Robert Downey, Jr, Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johannson, Mark Ruffalo, Jeremy Renner, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Elizabeth Olsen, Samuel L. Jackson, Paul Bettany, James Spader and Jerry Mathers as the Beaver. Oh, alright, maybe not that last one.Marvel or DC? Marvel
Ant-Man (July 17)Paul Rudd headlines this troubled production, with Peyton Reed directing. Michael Douglas, Evangeline Lilly and Corey Stoll provide back-up.Marvel or DC? Marvel
2016Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (Mar. 25)Henry Cavill and Amy Adams return for a second outing as Superman and Lois Lane, respectively, while Gal Gadot and Ben Affleck make their debuts as Wonder Woman and Batman in this Zack Snyder-directed stepping stone to the following year’s Justice League, Part One. Expect to see appearances from Ezra Miller, Jason Momoa and Ray Fisher (The Flash, Aquaman and Cyborg) ahead of their solo movies, as well.Marvel or DC? DC
Captain America 3 (May 6)Chris Evans returns, joined by his fellow Avenger Robert Downey Jr., for this Russo Brothers-directed follow-up to Captain America: The Winter Soldier that is supposed to pit Captain America and Iron Man against each other and create a new status quo for the Marvel Studios movies going forward. Also rumored to be showing up are Sebastian Stan, Anthony Mackie and Jeremy Renner.Marvel or DC? Marvel
Doctor Strange (July 8)Marvel has yet to officially confirm that the movie scheduled for its July 8 2016 release is actually Scott Derrickson’s adaptation of its Sorcerer Supreme character, but given that it’s known that the movie is intended for a 2016 release (despite not having chosen an actor to play Stephen Strange yet) and that there are only two 2016 dates staked out by the studio, it’s pretty much a no-brainer.Marvel or DC? Marvel
Suicide Squad (Aug. 12)Directed by David Ayer, this project is based on writer John Ostrander’s 1980s reboot of the DC Entertainment property, in which supervillains are given the opportunity to work on black ops missions for the US government in exchange for the commutation of their prison sentences. No actors have been attached to the movie yet.Marvel or DC? DC
2017Lego Batman (Feb 10)Will Arnett returns to voice the blockheaded version of the Dark Knight that stole the show in The Lego Movie, with that movie’s animation supervisor, Chris McKay, directing.Marvel or DC? Well, technically DC, but it’s really a Lego movie that doesn’t connect with any of the other DC features…
Untitled Marvel Studios Movie (May 5)Marvel has staked out the date, but not given any clue about what might go here. Thor 3, which has been in development since the 2013 release of Thor: The Dark World might be a likely candidate.Marvel or DC? Marvel
Wonder Woman (June 23)Gal Gadot goes solo as DC’s Amazon Princess, but no director nor screenwriters have been announced for the project so far.Marvel or DC? DC
Guardians of the Galaxy 2 (July 28)Announced at San Diego Comic-Con this July, Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Bradley Cooper and Vin Diesel will return as Marvel’s cosmic heroes in a follow-up to the most successful movie of 2014, again written and directed by James Gunn. Whether or not Josh Brolin will re-appear as Big Bad and floating chair aficianado Thanos remains to be seen.Marvel or DC? Marvel
Untitled Marvel Studios Movie (Nov. 3)Another mystery Marvel movie as the studio switches to a three-movies-a-year schedule. Expect a new character to receive the spotlight, with Captain Marvel, Black Panther and the Inhumans amongst names rumored for development. Then again, maybe it’ll be a Howard the Duck movie.Marvel or DC? Marvel
Justice League, Part One (Nov. 17)Spinning out of the previous year’s Batman v Superman, Zack Snyder, Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck and Amy Adams return for the first movie featuring DC’s own premiere superteam. No other actors have been named for the project yet, so whether or not other familiar characters like the Flash, Aquaman or Green Lantern will show up isn’t clear.Marvel or DC? DC
2018The Flash (Mar. 23)Ezra Miller will star as the Fastest Man Alive in this big-screen version of the long-running (no pun intended) DC hero, currently finding a new audience thanks to the CW show of the same name.Marvel or DC? DC
Untitled Marvel Studios Movie (May 4)Another unknown Marvel quantity. Given the May date and the fact that it’s coming three years after the release of Avengers: Age of Ultron — the same amount of time between the first and second Avengers movies — it’s not impossible that this will end up being the slot for Avengers 3.Marvel or DC? Marvel
Untitled Marvel Studios Movie (July 6)Yet another unknown Marvel Studios movie.Marvel or DC? Marvel
Aquaman (July 27)Jason Momoa plays the king of the seas in this DC movie, although everything else about the feature remains unknown at this time.Marvel or DC? DC
Untitled Marvel Studios Movie (Nov. 2)And a third unknown Marvel Studios movie.Marvel or DC? Marvel
2019Shazam (Apr. 5)While the identity of an actor to play the eponymous hero, or his underage alter ego Billy Batson, hasn’t been announced (if it’s even been decided upon), we do know that Dwayne Johnson will appear as the anti-hero Black Adam in the feature, thanks to his tweeting the news last month.Marvel or DC? DC
Untitled Marvel Studios Movie (May 3)Once again, an unknown project. Although this is the furthest out Marvel has dated a movie, it’s safe to assume that there will be another couple of movies from the studio later in the year, given its previous release structure.Marvel or DC? Marvel
Justice League, Part Two (June 14)Two years — and three movies — after the first chapter, Snyder returns for a second Justice League movie. Warners has yet to confirm any actors for the movie.Marvel or DC? DC
2020Cyborg (Apr. 3)Ray Fisher headlines the big screen solo debut of the DC character, known to audiences outside comics as a member of the Teen Titans (He’s also a founder member of the current comic book Justice League, and therefore likely to show up in that movie at some point). No writer or director has been linked to the project as yet.Marvel or DC? DC
Green Lantern (June 19)It’s unknown whether or not Warners will reboot this franchise following the underperformance of the Ryan Reynolds-headlined movie from 2011. At the time, the studio wanted to pursue a sequel, but by the time this comes around, the original movie will have been released nine years earlier. Given that the mythology of the series features 7,200 characters with exactly the same powers and name — “Green Lantern” being a job title, similar to “policeman” — there are certainly enough options open for producers to explore.Marvel or DC? DC

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Gal Gadot Circling Female Lead in ‘Ben-Hur’ (Exclusive)

Gal Gadot Circling Female Lead in ‘Ben-Hur’ (Exclusive)

Future Wonder Woman Gal Gadot is in talks for another hot role.The actress is in early negotiations for the female lead role in Ben-Hur, Paramount and MGM’s retelling of the classic sword-and-sandals epic.Jack Huston is starring as the Jewish prince who is betrayed into slavery by his onetime friend, Messala, played by Toby Kebbell. He fights his way to freedom and vengeance, with a couple of chariot races thrown in for good measure. Morgan Freeman is also on board as the man who trains Ben-Hur how to win at chariot-racing.If the deal is made, Gadot will play Esther, a slave with whom Ben-Hur is in love.Timur Bekmambetov is directing the movie, which is both a remake of the Charlton Heston-starring 1959 movie (which won 11 Oscars) and an adaptation of the Lew Wallace novel Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ, published in 1880. For the remake, Keith Clarke wrote the script with a rewrite by John Ridley.The team behind hit miniseries and movie The Bible, Mark Burnett and Roma Downey, are onboard as producer and executive producer, respectively. Sean Daniel and Joni Levin are also producing while Ridley, Clarke and Jason F. Brown are executive producing.The film will shoot in Europe early next year and is eyeing a February 2016 release date.Gadot, who appeared in the Fast & Furious franchise before nabbing the role of Wonder Woman in the upcoming Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, will also get to lead her own Wonder Woman spin-off movie. Warner Bros. announced plans for a Wonder Woman film for 2017. She’ll also appear in Justice League Part One, also set for 2017.Gadot is definitely having a big year, with several other noteworthy projects in the works. She has wrapped work on John Hillcoat’s Triple Nine with Kate Winslet, as well as Ariel Vromen’s Criminal with Ryan Reynolds. Gadot is repped by ICM Partners, Untitled Entertainment, ADD Agency out of Israel and Felker Toczek.

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