>Steven Soderbergh Says He's About To Pitch Next Two “Extreme” Seasons Of ‘The Knick,’ Wants To Direct Again
>“It was always conceived in two-year chunks,” he elaborated earlier this year. “The writers met yesterday to talk about what year three and four would look like — when would it take place, who are the characters...And that’s what we’re doing now.”
>Well, it looks like a concept has been found, and Soderbergh, if all goes according to plan, is itching...
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It will be profitable, but it's still a massive disappointment for WB. A movie with three A-list heroes was supposed to make a billion+.
Fucking Deadpool might make more than it in the US.
Now that the dust has settled, what is /tv/'s opinion of Le Voyage dans la Lune?
Is this better than The Secret of Kells?
New Marvel TV show announced
>/pol/ was right again
So what are his best movies? The man is considered a legend yet I don't see anything legendary about him.
New York, New York
The Deer Hunter
and Jackie Brown
So another studio thinks it's a good idea to shit out another Jungle Book movie so soon after the one this year.
Rohan Chand as Mowgli
Matthew Rhys as John Lockwood
Andy Serkis as Baloo
Christian Bale as Bagheera
Benedict Cumberbatch as Shere Khan
Cate Blanchett as Kaa
Peter Mullan as Akela
Naomie Harris as Nisha
Eddie Marsan as Vihaan
Jack Reynor as Brother Wolf
Tom Hollander as Tabaqui
>look it up and it's warner bros
so is their plan to get their money back from BvS to release a movie that's already out and made by an infinitely more successful company?
because this sounds like a terrible plan
Now that she's dead, will Ragnar's opium addiction be the reason he goes and sacks China?
So why did her hair turn bright ginger when she got older? It doesn't make ANY sense.
I saw this image going around earlier and I have to say I'm pleased we can finally put this argument to rest.
IT'S IN THE FRACKIN SHIP
What the fuck is this shit?
Why did the Eagles sit on their ass the whole movie and not help until the end?
because there is an all powerful god who controls them and he didn't feel like intervening. if he wanted to, he could have effortlessly crushed sauron himself, but he wanted men to man the fuck up and do it on their own (mostly).