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WB want more Matrix,Mad Max

Max and Neo, respectively, will likely be back for further adventures

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While their main focus of late seems to be getting their wonky superhero slate right (and with “Aquaman”, there’s a glimmer of hope), Warner Bros are also planning to rob the vaults for some future coin.

In an interview over at The L.A Times, Warner Bros. CEO, Kevin Tsujihara, hinted at the inclusion of new “Mad Max” and “Matrix” films in the studio’s future – if they can get their skeets into place on those.

“We have incredible franchises on the features side such as The Matrix. We’d love to work with George Miller on furthering the Mad Max franchise,” he said.

Both “Mad Max : Fury Road”, released in 2015, and the now two-decades-old “Matrix” (1999) were bonza hits for the studio, so no surprise that they’d be keen to bring Max and Neo, respectively, back for more.

A fifth “Mad Max” – which director George Miller originally considered shooting back-to-back with “Fury Road” – and a fourth “Matrix” have been in the tinkering stage for a while.

Warners were confident their next big franchises laid in the “Fantastic Beasts” and “LEGO” movies but the newest instalments of those added little to Tsuijhara’s bank balance.

“The second film didn’t perform as well as the first, but I think we know what we need to do to get the third film hopefully even better than the first one,” he said of “Fantastic Beasts”. “And J.K. Rowling is really working hard now on that third script, and we’re going to get it right. She has an incredible vision of where she wants to go with this that is incredibly exciting.”

As for “The Lego Movie 2”, Tsuijhara is bewildered why it didn’t do much bigger biz.

“It didn’t do as well as tracking would’ve suggested, which was a little puzzling. The first movie was so fresh and so different. We need to continually rethink the experience, but the Lego brand is incredibly strong. On the game side, it’s been an incredible franchise.”

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Excellent! Bill & Ted 3 shooting this summer; released in 2020

Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves have officially announced production



Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves have officially announced production on “Bill & Ted Face the Music”, the long-awaited second sequel to ’80s classic “Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure”.

The Wyld Stallyns took to video to announce that the movie, to be helmed by Dean Parisot, will be before the cameras this summer. It hits theaters August 21, 2020.

Here’s the plot : Two would-be rockers from San Dimas, California, were once told they’d save the universe during a time-traveling adventure, but find themselves as middle-aged dads still trying to crank out a hit song and fulfill their destiny.

Chris Matheson and Ed Solomon wrote the script.

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He-Man has been cast!

“Charlie’s Angels” star is in talks to play the Prince of Eternia



After a decade languishing in development hell, the long-gestating “He-Man and the Masters of the Universe” movie has cast its title character!

Nope, not Triple H… not The Rock… not the once-rumored Brad Pitt.

Noah Centineo, the 22-year-old newcomer who burst onto the scene with a showy turn in Netflix’s “All the Boys I’ve Loved Before”, is in talks to play the Prince of Eternia in Sony Pictures’ tentpole prod according to The Wrap.

Centineo next appears opposite Kristen Stewart in another Sony release, “Charlie’s Angels” – hitting November 1.

Aaron and Adam Nee are set to direct from a script rewritten by “Iron Man” screenwriters Matt Holloway and Art Marcum.


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Robert Pattinson to star in Christopher Nolan’s next!

Rumored Batman candidate in talks for “Dark Knight” director’s 2020 release





It’s not the Caped Crusader role he’s rumored to be in contention for but Robert Pattinson’s next is with someone with a direct line to Wayne Manor.

The versatile thesp, who cut his teeth in smash-hit teen vampire franchise “Twilight” before transitioning into meaty, diverse fair like “Cosmopolis” and “The Rover”, will star in Christopher Nolan’s untitled “massive, innovative action blockbuster”, says Collider.

Pattinson would join John David Washington, announced yesterday as being in talks, if the deal comes off.

The July 17 2020 release, to be screened in IMAX, like Nolan’s other releases, has been compared to Hitchcock’s “North by Northwest”.

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