Fabian Wagner has spent most of the last few weeks teasing over a dozen new images from the set of Justice League, but this one comes as the first that includes all six of the movie’s biggest heroes together as a unit. The setting likely indicates that this shot is from their final team-up moment from the original movie after defeating Steppenwolf, and it will be exciting to see just exactly what comes along with this moment in the Snyder Cut.
Justice League and Snyder Cut cinematographer Fabian Wagner recently took to Instagram to share a candid group shot of all six actors in the movie’s core cast surrounding director Zack Snyder. Everybody is in full costume except for Ray Fisher in his CGI suit, and all of them look as happy as ever in front of the green screen set.
A different shot of this same pose was previously previewed in Zack Snyder’s Justice League panel at DC FanDome in August.
Now that the Snyder Cut is officially four hours long, it should give much more opportunity for the entire team to fight alongside each other with double the screen time of the original movie. Depending on how long it takes for Superman’s revival, there should be more than enough time for every major player to get their shine, and DC fans are as hyped as ever to see Snyder’s full vision for how they come together as one.
However Dexter season 9 plays out, there will undoubtedly be great interest in seeing a “second finale” for the show. Phillips previously said that what comes next won’t retcon anything that came before or feature twists like it all being a dream, so it will be fascinating to see how he goes about improving Dexter’s ending.
According to a report from THR, the new season will take place 10 years after season 8’s finale. It will continue Dexter’s story after he went missing during Hurricane Laura and started a new life as a lumberjack in Oregon. More specifically, the report notes that season 9 will see Dexter “now living under an assumed name in a world away from Miami.”
The revival won’t manage to erase the latter rough seasons, but if season 9 does deliver a worthwhile conclusion, it could soften the response to them. In any case, more information on Dexter season 9 is sure to arrive in the next several months and could clarify the direction the show will take.
Though the first film did not bring home any awards, it was undoubtedly a labor of love. Based on the imaginings of Rodriguez’s son, Racer Rodriguez, Sharkboy and Lavagirl bore the hallmarks of a child’s whimsy. Rodriguez appears in the film’s credits fourteen times, revisiting his days as a one-person crew, and other members of his family appear throughout the production.
Netflix posted new images from the film to Twitter, showing a grown-up Sharkboy and Lavagirl with a child of their own. The pair strongly resemble their original appearance in terms of costuming, with Sharkboy donning a Batman-esque helmet with a shark fin. Lavagirl’s lava parts look much more convincing – no doubt lava-rendering tech has improved in 15 years – and the background behind them seems just as kooky as the environments of their debut feature. Additional to the two-shot, there is an action shot of Lavagirl midflight and one of their daughter (Vivien Lyra Blair of BIRD BOX) commanding what appears to be a liquid metal shark. Check out the photos below:
Wanna feel old? Sharkboy and Lavagirl are parents now (and their daughter is played by Vivien Lyra Blair aka Girl from BIRD BOX)
There’s no one in Hollywood quite like Robert Rodriguez, and if we ever needed to escape into childlike imaginativeness as We Can Be Heroes no doubt will allow, it’s now. The film releases New Year’s Day on Netflix.
We seemingly now know that Carl Weathers’ “Chapter 12” will not only be his directorial debut for The Mandalorian, but also the return of Greef Karga. Gina Carano’s Cara Dune will also be appearing, and this episode will likely present the last of the footage seen in the trailer.
IMDb has reported that the title for the upcoming episode of The Mandalorian will be “Chapter 12 – The Siege.” Additionally, the plot description was released and can be seen below:
The Mandalorian rejoins old allies for a new mission.
It’s pretty clear that “The Siege” refers to the scrum between Mando and his friends and the Imperial Remnant forces on Nevarro. The Mythrol from “Chapter 1” will have some kind of role in the episode, making the possibility of a jailbreak at the Imperial facility fairly high.
Rey Skywalker Actor Reveals Her thoughts on Baby Yoda Eating Frog Eggs.
The legend of Baby Yoda continues to surge, and with his ascent comes firm supporters and detractors. A creature is most vulnerable when in its element, and mealtime for the Child has now become a critical point of attack. Fortunately for the baby, another Star Wars figure was prepared to defend amidst the open season.
In an interview with IGN, actress Daisy Ridley came out in full support for Baby Yoda and objected to the attempted cancellations of the kid:
“Oh, cancel culture… Look, Mando’s gotta eat, [Baby] Yoda’s got to get strong. That’s just that.”
In Ridley’s mind, it was a win for all parties involved:
“No, I’m like, ‘Yoda, do your thing.’ The creature [Frog Lady] got to be where she needed to be with the eggs. It’s all good. It was beautiful.”
All joking aside, the debate about Baby Yoda’s morality over a few eggs is pretty ridiculous, with some of the more outrageous criticisms being genuine. Just let the boy eat! Daisy Ridley is right, the kid’s gotta get strong if he’s going to become a Jedi one day.
David Fincher Reveals He doesn’t Have Plans at the moment to Produce ‘Mindhunter’ Season 3.
With Netflix not officially slamming the door on Mindhunter, there is always a glimmer of hope that Fincher would choose to revisit the series in the future. But for now, at least, it appears that he is mostly done with the show. Although it is certainly disheartening to know that fans won’t be able to see the show’s set-up of the BTK investigation play out into the arrest of the ill-famed serial killer several seasons later, it is a comforting thought how viewers got to savor two seasons of quality content from their favorite House of Cards creator.
Recently during a conversation with Variety, Fincher revealed that he, at the moment, had no plans no revive Mindhunter for a third season. He said that given its show’s pricey budget, he doesn’t know if it would be logical to make a third season for the show. Fincher also recounted the ordeal he had to go through in making season 2, citing it is one of the reasons behind his dissociation from the Mindhunter. He said:
“I don’t know if it makes sense to continue. It was an expensive show. It had a very passionate audience, but we never got the numbers that justified the cost.”
Mindhunter was able to stand out distinctively in a crowded genre. So hopefully, in the future, Netlfix will honor the universally acclaimed show by allocating to it a budget that would allow for Fincher to make more seasons without any production troubles