The Han Solo movie has officially gotten an official title and it will be called, Solo: A Star Wars Story. Director Ron Howard took to social media to reveal the new title and to announce that production has wrapped on the upcoming Star Wars spinoff. Solo: A Star Wars Story made headlines for all the wrong reasons following the firing of directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller, which paved the way for Howard to take over. With the film inching towards its May 2018 release date, we will undoubtedly see the first trailer for this Star Wars film released fairly soon.
Deadpool 2 Wraps
The upcoming Deadpool sequel has officially wrapped production. The film will now enter post production to get it ready for its 2018 release date. Do expect that first trailer to drop pretty soon too. The news was shared by star Ryan Reynolds via Instagram and interestingly, Fox has pulled a double whammy by also wrapping production on X-Men: Dark Phoenix. Deadpool 2 is set to arrive in June 2018 with X-Men: Dark Phoenix hitting theatres in November 2018.
Cher Joins Mamma Mia 2
The Universal Pictures sequel Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again has just added a dose of star power with the signing of Cher to the sequel. No details have been revealed with regards to the character the veteran actress/singer will play in the sequel. Cher’s involvement with the film will be her first onscreen appearance in over seven years following her role in 2010’s Burlesque. Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again will arrive in cinemas in July 2018.
Spawn Reboot Details
The upcoming Spawn reboot is heading towards its February production date and creator Todd McFarlane has revealed some juicy details about the film. According to McFarlane, the new Spawn film will not an origin movie and will dwell in the horror genre, which the comic book detailed in spectacular form. The film will be produced by Blumhouse Productions and will apparently be made on a shoestring budget of USD 10 billion. The Spawn reboot is expected to open in cinemas in 2019.
New Justice League Poster
Yet another Justice League poster has landed and once again the Man of Steel is noticeably missing from all promotional material. With this being so close to the release of Justice League, we wonder if Superman has a role to play in the film at all. With Batman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Aquaman and Cyborg being front and centre in all trailers and promo art, there’s a distinct possibility that Superman’s role could be reduced to a mere cameo. We’ll find out soon enough when Justice League arrives in cinemas this November.