It looks like Professor X will join Logan for his last big screen project now that Patrick Stewart has confirmed his participation in Wolverine 3. The veteran actor will join Hugh Jackman in what may well be the hero’s final solo adventure. “I think what you say is true. There is a project in development. I understand that Professor Xavier will be making more than an appearance, however, and that intrigues me,” said Stewart in a recent interview. Many are wondering if Wolverine 3 is based on the ‘Old Man Logan’ story arc or something entirely different due to the ‘reset’ of the X-Men universe seen at the end of Days of Future Past. Looks like we have to wait till 2017 to find out when Wolverine 3 hits cinemas.
The Star Wars: The Force Awakens latest TV spot revealed one of the most awesome scenes from the upcoming movie – a massive shot of first order Stormtroopers assembling en masse. The impressive display served as a fitting appetizer for the film and it certainly got fans giddy with excitement. The brief shot also showcased a fleet of tie-fighters and a leader, which is reportedly Captain Phasma played by Gwendoline Christie.
Bill Murray In Ghostbusters
He said he wouldn’t but now it seems Bill Murray will appear in the upcoming Ghostbusters reboot. Apparently, the actor has warmed up to the franchise and will now appear in what should be a cameo appearance in the Paul Feig film. Rumours claim that Murray will portray a supernatural debunker who crosses paths with the new all-female Ghostsbusters team.
Friday the 13th TV Series
The CW is looking to add to its sleight of TV shows with a series based on Friday the 13th. According to reports, the series will reimagine the iconic slasher series with a new spin on Jason Voorhees. The show will be a slight departure from the horror franchise focusing on a detective who is searching for his missing brother following the re-emergence of Jason Voorhees. Interestingly, Paramount Pictures is also developing a big screen reboot to the series in 2016 and it remains questionable if The CW series and the film will tie in at all.
Deadwood Movie To Wrap Series?
HBO’s Deadwood series remains one of the most underrated series in recent times. Airing for three seasons with a tonne of Emmy Nominations to its name, the series was yanked off the air at the end of Season 3 and was never seen again. After rumours of a fourth season finally died down, it seems now that HBO is reportedly considering a return for Deadwood in the form of a movie in order to tie up all loose ends. Deadwood starred Timothy Olyphant, Ian McShane, John Hawkes and Powers Boothe. That’s a heck of a list of stars to gather if this comes true.