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Morning SpoilersIf there’s news about upcoming movies and television you’re not supposed to know, you’ll find it in here.
Brendan Fraser is game for a Mummy 4. Margot Robbie’s rumored Tank Girl revival may already have a director lined up. The screenwriters behind A Quiet Place want to be behind the next Indiana Jones or Star Wars. Plus, get a look at the familiar faces returning to Arrow, and Snapchat (the company and the platform) takes on.
..the zombie apocalypse? Spoilers get!
AdvertisementThe Mummy 4Speaking with Cinema Blend, Brendan Fraser stated we was “all in” if there’s “a fun way to approach” a fourth film in The Mummy franchise. Absolutely! Just gotta say, I know how hard it is to make that movie. I tried to do it three times, and the essential ingredient is fun.
You gotta remember to have fun. So if there’s a fun way to approach it again, I’m all in.AdvertisementTank GirlCollider reports Miles Joris-Peyrafitte (Dreamland) is attached to direct Margot Robbie’s rumored Tank Girl remake. The site also notes “Robbie won’t commit to star until she reads [the script].
”AdvertisementSilvercupBloody-Disgusting has confirmed James Wan’s mysterious new horror movie, Silvercup, will be a giallo in the vein of Dario Argento and Mario Bava’s stylish murder mysteries.AdvertisementThe PlatformAccording to Deadline, Netflix has acquired the distribution rights to The Platform, a Spanish-language sci-fi thriller from the Midnight Madness section of the Toronto International Film Festival, in which “a citizen of a not-too-distant dystopia voluntarily incarcerates himself with the promise of increased social mobility upon release, but becomes so radicalized by his captivity that he will risk everything to ride a devilish dumbwaiter on a one-way ticket to protect a panna cotta.
”AdvertisementIndiana Jones/Star WarsIn a recent interview with MovieWeb, A Quiet Place screenwriters Bryan Woods and Scott Beck revealed they held a meeting with Lucasfilm to discuss the future of Star Wars and Indiana Jones, and their potential to work on those franchises (or develop new ones in their vein).
We went into Lucasfilm in the wake of A Quiet Place and they wanted to talk to us about Indiana Jones and Star Wars. And we’re like, ‘We wanna talk to you about, what is Star Wars before it was Star Wars?’ You guys have a responsibility to start a new franchise. That’s where our hearts have always been, just trying to.