I just heard about this on Twitter yesterday, a movie that is already scaring the living shit out of audiences across film festivals. I was a huge fan of The VVitch, and I see the same producers are bringing us this really creepy looking horror film that is being called the new generation’s Exorcist.
It will be interesting to see how the story unfolds and what dark twist that A24 unleashes, as they are a studio that is not afraid to delve into the depths of human depravity. I don’t always agree with the messages they put out to the universe, but their ability to instantiate their message is certainly commendable.
Bashing into theaters March 23, Pacific Rim Uprising is being produced by newest Oscar heavyweight, Guillermo del Toro (The Shape of Water), who is easily one of my favorite directors and storytellers. But he won’t be directing the sequel to Pacific Rim, a film set in the future when mankind has fallen into a desperate struggle for survival against wave after wave of extra-dimensional gargantuans reminiscent of Godzilla.
Filming has begun on best-selling author, Donna Tartt’s “The Goldfinch” which is scheduled to release in October 2019 through Warner Bros. Pictures and Amazon Studios.
I am not familiar with this novel myself, but it is being directed by BAFTA Award winner John Crowley (“Brooklyn”) and stars Ansel Elgort (“Baby Driver”) as Theo Decker and Academy Award winner Nicole Kidman (“The Hours,” “Big Little Lies”) as Mrs. Barbour.
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Black Panther has always been a fascinating character to me, he is the son of a man who puts extraordinary pressure on him to always do the right thing for his people. The concept of noble sacrifice is what makes him function. Given the choice between letting himself, or even his friends, suffer or saving his people, he will always do what is best for his people, his nation, his tribe. It is one of the things that I have always admired about him, and unlike other Avengers, he is an actual king and has to live in that royal political climate as well as trying to keep the peace seemingly everywhere.
When I first saw him in Civil War, I was exhilarated and ebullient that Marvel was bold enough to put such a complex character into a franchise already inundated with colorful personalities. I worried that he would get lost in the mix. Now that he is getting his own film, set in Africa, where he will be able to really explore the depths of what it means to be T’Challa, I am hopeful that Stan the Man’s creation will get the respect he deserves.