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The Mandalorian’s Official New Poster Shows Rosario Dawson’s Ahsoka & More Season 2 Characters

One side highlights the light side and features Ahsoka Tano and Greef Karga accompanied by X-Wings, the twin suns of Tatooine, and a Tusken Raider riding on a Bantha. The other side focuses on the dark side highlighting Moff Gideon and Morgan Elsbeth along with Tie Fighters, a single unidentified planet, and two Sandcrawlers. Meanwhile, Mando and Grogu are balanced in the center with Grogu reaching out his hand to possibly use the Force.

Australian artist Mark Raats has long been known for his work for Lucasfilm and for having his art personally purchased by George Lucas himself. That tradition continues as Raats shared in a tweet his latest piece inspired by Season 2 of The Mandalorian, which was commissioned by Disney and Lucasfilm.

Star Wars Actor Reveals How Hayden Christensen Improved Jedi Younglings Scene In Revenge of the Sith

A lot of fans have criticized Christensen’s performance as Skywalker endlessly ever since Star Wars: Attack of The Clones was released in 2002. While it is arguable whether such negative reception is justified or not considering the great amount of blue-screen sets used and the directing, he hasn’t always been welcomed with open arms to Star Wars fandom. During a recent Reddit Q&A, Ross Beadman, the actor who portrayed the youngling that Anakin killed in Revenge of The Sith, opened up about his brief time working on Episode III.
Beadman revealed that, while filming the shocking scene, Hayden Christensen, as Anakin Skywalker, yelled “boo!” This caused Beadman to take a frightful back step, as depicted in the film before the scene cuts away. Beadman says that Christensen’s exclamation “startled me to add to my fear in the scene.”Christensen probably said “boo!” as a joke, but it clearly influenced Beadman’s performance. The look of fear on his face when he takes a step back is real and adds a lot to that dark sequence. If he remembers that moment all these years later, it must’ve really stuck with him.

HBO Max Releases New Mini Trailer on Tik Tok for ‘Zack Snyder’s:Justice Leauge’

This doesn’t likely mean fans will be getting any new material from this movie any time soon, but it helps keep the new release fresh in the minds of DC fans all across the globe. On the other hand, it could be a sign of marketing for the cut beginning to pick up with HBO Max starting to spend money on its promotion

HBO Max has taken to Tik Tok to debut a brand new short trailer for Zack Snyder’s Director’s Cut of Justice League. Although it doesn’t show any new footage, it gives another look at all six heroes in action and another shot of Darkseid after Batman boldly declares “I don’t care how many demons he’s fought in how many hells, he’s never fought us. Not us united.

Reports have confirmed that the Snyder Cut will be doing at least a week long-shoot to complete all the material needed sometime in the near future, and it will even include some unexpected appearances by Jared Leto as the Joker and Joe Manganiello as Deathstroke amongst others. It’s still unknown exactly what new footage will be shot, but it should help keep plenty of mystery and excitement going as the world waits to see how different it turns out than the theatrical cut.

Tom Holland Celebrates Landing in Atlanta for MCU’s Spider-Man 3 Production

This video continues an exciting train of news confirming that the set for the movie is currently being built, and it makes Holland at least the second actor to officially arrive for shooting after his friend Jacob Batalon. Holland has had a crazy shooting schedule, finishing his work on the new Uncharted movie before suiting up as Peter Parker for his sixth appearance in the MCU.

This video continues an exciting train of news confirming that the set for the movie is currently being built, and it makes Holland at least the second actor to officially arrive for shooting after his friend Jacob Batalon. Holland has had a crazy shooting schedule, finishing his work on the new Uncharted movie before suiting up as Peter Parker for his sixth appearance in the MCU.

In a new story on his personal Instagram account, Spider-Man actor Tom Holland confirmed that he has arrived in Atlanta, GA in preparation for filming on Marvel and Sony’s untitled Spider-Man 3. After a video of Spider-Man: Far From Home playing in the background on his flight, Holland shoots another video and exclaims “Ok, so we just landed in Atlanta, and uh….it’s time for Spider-Man 3! Let’s go!”

This new Spidey solo film is set to take the web-slinger on a wilder adventure than any movie for this character thanks to the unexpected return of Jamie Foxx’s Electro and the addition of Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange. As Peter Parker fights numerous bad guys and figures out a way to solve his identity crisis brought on by J. Jonah Jameson, he will have more on his plate than ever before as he grows and evolves as a superhero. Safe to say, the fans can’t wait to see Holland back in action.

Arrowverse Producer Teases HBO Max’s Ambitions For Movie-Quality Production For ‘Green Lantern’ Series!

With deep space locations, wild-looking aliens and above all else, complicated power ring constructs, Green Lantern will no doubt be an extraordinarily special effects-heavy show. Characters like the hulking Kilowog will likely be brought to life entirely through digital effects.

Via, as part of the Storytelling Across Media conference, Marc Guggenheim detailed his approach to the production of Green Lantern:

“I happen to believe — and this is not a universally-held opinion — that you can’t do a ten-hour show or an eight-episode show, like an 8-hour movie. I don’t think that works. When I see it done, there’s always some flabby episodes in the middle. I think you have to approach it like a TV series and approach each episode like its own entity. Even though it’s streaming, even though hopefully people will binge it, you’ve got to make each episode a satisfying meal.””You’ve got to look at it with a different tempo than you would have in a two-hour movie. That being said, certainly the show for HBO Max that we’re all working on, we are approaching it with the production ambitions of a movie. So we’re writing it like a TV show but we’re hoping to produce it like a film.”

HBO Max is obviously going to want a show that can compete with or outperform The Mandalorian, and Green Lantern could be the show to do just that.

Disney Decides Not to Allow Critics to Watch ‘The Mandalorian’Season 2 Episodes Early !

Press did receive advanced screeners during the first season of The Mandalorian, which allowed media sites some extra time to review and research the big moments of each episode so that articles would be ready ahead fo time. No screeners for season two means critics will need to watch the episodes as soon as they drop on Disney+ and then rush out their reviews.

It looks like Disney is choosing to remain very secretive with The Mandalorian this season and won’t even be sending advance episode screeners to the media. Peter Sciretta of Slash Film revealed that press screeners will not be sent to media outlets ahead of each new The Mandalorian episode, meaning everyone will have to wait to see episodes when they drop on Disney+ each Friday.

The risk with press screeners is that information could be leaked or that the files could be pirated before the episodes can air officially. With a show as big as The Mandalorian, it makes sense that Disney wouldn’t want to spoil the experience for audiences ahead of time, and sending screeners is therefore a potential risk. The Mandalorian’s season one premiere held one of the most closely guarded secrets in Star Wars history, with the reveal of Baby Yoda aka The Child.