Star Wars: Episode IX Delayed To Dec 2019 Wednesday 13th September 2017In the wake of this mornings announcement that J.J. Abrams will be taking over for Colin Trevorrow as director of Star Wars: Episode IX, it comes as little surprise that the film has been officially delayed.
Previously set for a May 24th 2019 release date, the film will now open on December 20th 2019. Disney is moving in Guy Ritchies live-action Aladdin to take the vacated May 24th slot.
Episode IX, taking the December berth that has become the norm for Star Wars films in recent years, is now scheduled to open up against the long in-development Wicked film and just one week after Wonder Woman 2.
Abrams will direct the film and co-write the script with Chris Terrio (Justice League, Argo) with Kathleen Kennedy, Michelle Rejwan, Abrams, Bad Robot, and Lucasfilm producing.
Source: Disney Pictures
Trevorrow Wont Direct Star Wars: Episode IX Wednesday 6th September 2017In a brief statement just released on the official Star Wars website, it has been revealed that Colin Trevorrow is out as director of the next Star Wars saga film at Lucasfilm and Disney Pictures.
The statement, just posted on StarWars.com, reads as follows:
Lucasfilm and Colin Trevorrow have mutually chosen to part ways on Star Wars: Episode IX. Colin has been a wonderful collaborator throughout the development process but we have all come to the conclusion that our visions for the project differ. We wish Colin the best and will be sharing more information about the film soon.
Trevorrows hiring was always contentious with the fanbase in the wake of Jurassic World which proved popular at the box-office, but was met with mixed reaction. Trevorrows recent The Book of Henry scored outright pans.
Sources for Heat Vision say script issues have continued to be a sore spot with the development of the film despite Trevorrow doing multiple drafts.
Last month acclaimed British scribe Jack Thorne was hired to take over the script. This follows on from the June firing of Phil Lord and Chris Miller from the Han Solo standalone film, the pair later replaced by Ron Howard who is finishing the production in London right now.
At last report the film is targeting a May 24th 2019 release.
Last Jedi Vehicles & Han Solo Title Leak? Thursday 24th August 2017A look at two of the new vehicles used by the First Order in Rian Johnsons upcoming Star Wars: The Last Jedi have been revealed via Star Wars Show today.
One is the Dreadnought, a 7.6km-long mandatory four class warship and has two enormous orbital auto cannons which can be used for larger-scale bombardments, along with 24 point defense anti-aircraft cannons.
The other is AT-M6, the All Terrain Megacalibur Six a mobile heavy artillery walker thats a lot bigger than a standard AT-AT, and has movement more akin to a simian as opposed to the more elephant-like gait of the original AT-ATs. Check them out in the video:
The vehicle reveals come as more Star Wars licensed merchandise, specifically toy line catalog material for the upcoming Han Solo spin-off film, appears to have leaked that movies title Han Solo: A Star Wars Story. Whether its just a placeholder name though is unclear.
Goldsman Tackling Rainbow Six For Paramount Wednesday 12th July 2017Akiva Goldsman and his Weed Road production company banner have reportedly signed a two-year first-look deal at Paramount Pictures after many years spent at Warner Bros. Pictures.
As part of the new deal, Goldsman will produce the long in the works film adaptation of the Tom Clancy bestseller Rainbow Six which Josh Appelbaum and Corin Nemec are adapting. He will also develop a film adaptation of the Ologies series of fanatasy books.
Goldsman shares producing and screenwriting credit for next months The Dark Tower, has a story credit on Transformers: The Last Knight, penned the script for Rings earlier this year, produced King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, and is an executive producer on the pilot for both Star Trek: Discovery and the Bumblebee movie.
Monday 10th July 2017
Recording Sessions Begin For Frozen 2 Thursday 6th July 2017The long awaited Frozen sequel looks like its making some progress with actor Jonathan Groff, who voices Kristoff, revealing this week that hes about to start recording voice work for the film. He tells EW:
I think I just got an email yesterday where Im about to go into the recording studio in a couple of weeks, or maybe a month? Theyre about to really get into the thick of recording it, which Im excited about. I dont know anything about it yet other than Im about to start recording my section of it.
Key cast members like Kristen Bell, Josh Gad and Idina Menzel are all expected to return for the film. However, Itll be a while before we hear anything from though as is is currently slated for release on November 27th 2019.
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