So Russell crashes in a city and he has to escape from it? I think I've seen this before
The story centers on two siblings (Lewis and Camp) who try to prove that Santa is real by catching him on camera. When they accidentally cause his sleigh to crash in Chicago, they have to help get Christmas back on track before it's ruined. Russell is playing jolly ol’ Saint Nick.
Production on the movie is due to commence in January with an eye to releasing it for the holiday season in 2018.
Call me Saint Plissken
I'll watch anything with Kurt Russell
Sequels are totally unnecessary for this story
Not worth it without his direction.
Don't fuck up, you only get one shot here, he knows what he has to do and thats call it 2 Baby 2 Driver
Exactly what I thought. Loved baby driver, but who wants this?
Damn, with all the buzz around Samurai Batman I had totally forgotten about this movie, and it looks great as well. I love the minimalist art style which is a well executed play off of BTAS style.
I'm looking forward to this greatly, while Samurai will be more action packed this looks like it could be a good portrayal of Batman as The Great Detective!
Could be good. I'm still trying to get the taste of Batman-on-Batgirl-sex out of my mouth.
i hate it because it does a disservice to Mike Mignola's very distinct style.
like as a stand alone project, it looks fine, but it's based on a seminal work.
This is an adaptation of the comic .
PTSD from tensions on set or an insane amout of anxiety from knowing he's only one courageous voice away from his career ending?
That is not the problem I would have expected Bryan Singer to be fired for.
Props to Rami Malek for being brave enough to do that. Massive role, coming from TV, calling out a mammoth director and producer for unprofessional behavior. Jeepers
Ron Howard, your table is ready
Guillermo del Toro here. Director. Gamer. Tequila connoisseur. I’m here answering all of your questions about my new movie The Shape of Water. AMA let’s go.
Hey Reddit. Guillermo del Toro here (here= on Reddit and in NYC doing all sorts of stuff around The Shape of Water). It’s been a few years since my last AMA so I’m excited to be back with you to talk movies, monsters and everything in between. Alright AMA, vamonos.
edit: I am being told I have to wrap it up, so- Adios amigos! It was great being here. Now, back to real life out there!
No news. Soon Kojima San will unveil his plans to the world. I hope he doesnt make my digital Avatar suffer great horrors.
Thanks for taking the time to do this, Guillermo! Huge fan of your movies! Any news about another collaborative project with Hideo Kojima? I was crushed when Silent Hills was cancelled. Thank you!
I think your ambitions should always exceed the budget and ypur reach should be to deliver something that looks and feels much, much bigger. The Shape of Water costed roughly what Pan's Labyrinth costed a decade ago (19.5M) and the scope is MUCH bigger.
FIlms that inspire me vary from time to time, but I am a big Gilliam admirer because his vision doen't diminish with his budgets.
He is a master.
PS Me too!
It's a masterpiece. In many ways, SO kinetic, so dense, as to be digested slowly and in repeated viewings. A God at work.
Just waiting for Bryan Singer to get accused of sexual misconduct any day now.
The accusations have been on him for years, I suspect this time they will stick. Hopefully at least long enough to be properly investigated and judged.
The types of behaviours that are listed in the article - consistent tardiness on the job and unexplained absences even well before the current Bad Hollywood stories started breaking - can also be a strong sign of a real substance abuse problem.
The guy seems to live a life that is centered around vices, wouldn't be surprised if that extends to other problems beyond the sexual scandal ones.
I recall reading many years ago (possibly in Empire mag) that he stayed in his trailer for 3 days doing MDMA during X-men 1 or 2.
Highlander II: The Quickening. An abysmal follow up to a cult classic movie which ignores the first movie's plot..
Yeah, she comes back from being a brave warrior woman who saves China, to giggle, fall in love with a boy and settle down in her village, cooking and cleaning dishes. What's not to like?
Mulan 2...it still makes me sad...
An Extremely Goofy Movie is a treasure
Blade Runner 2049 is one of the best science fiction films of all time.
Okay. I am really, really trying not to be a dick here but...
We really need less of these types of post on this sub.
This is literally a post that amounts to "I liked Blade Runner 2049", with super generic, inarticulate praise that doesn't offer even a personal insight or elaborate on anything. Literally just "the story good, the effects good, the characters good. It is good.".
And, it's a super recent film, that was universally critically praised, and that has been posted about ad nauseam here, with several discussion threads completely dedicated to it, and it's making, etc.
Wow, OP. That’s a really hot take you have there. Especially for this sub.
Yeah also all their compliments just describe a competently made Movie. Like it looked good? That should describe every good movie. His ideas weren’t even selective to the sci fi genre.
We already had a discussion about 2049, more than one, so we don’t need every person who liked it to make a post. I mean I really liked it, but the story wasn’t super ground breaking. It was a fun movie but every time these posts come out I hate the movie a little more.
It reads exactly like so, so many posts that just clutter this sub. Like, let me just pull one out of my arse right now:
"I just saw Edge of Tomorrow and, believe me when I say, I think it's the best science fiction film I've ever seen.
The effects are amazing, the story is amazing, and the cinematography is beautiful. Tom Cruise, as always, is brilliant. I know some people think he's 'weird' but he's just so dedicated and so hard working.
Do yourself a favour and see this real good movie; you won't regret it. Does any one else agree? I feel like I'm all alone in enjoying this gem." Fucking 1000 upvotes and 200 identical comments and shit tier discussion.
Ok, I am objectively being a dick about this now, but jesus christ.
Not a fan of trailer for the real trailer shit
Chris Pratt needs to watch more Tom Cruise movies, and study his running technique
Wait, why did they go back AGAIN?
So when Hammond was looking for islands to build his park, did he neglect to do any geological surveying, or did he use the potential of a volcanic eruption to negotiate a lower price?
I’ve never seen that movie, is it worth checking out?
Edit: Thank you for all the feedback, sounds like a must-see.
Jim Carrey's finest work. Super super super good
Yes. For me its one of the top 5 movies of all time
Really good, maybe give it some time if you've been through a recent break up though.