2cool4podcast is partying in your pool, eating all your food! This time we talk about JGL’s directorial debut, Daniel’s fear of space, and that one Marvel show. Then we cap it all off by beating the proverbial “Walking Dead” horse.
According to Latino Review, Christopher Nolan has been given full creative control over their Justice League franchise and WB wants the entire thing set in the same universe as “The Dark Knight” trilogy. If this is to be believed, then they’re no longer rebooting Batman (meaning it is absolutely possible that Christian Bale would reprise his role), but this wasn’t necessarily the approach they had in mind from the start. Continue Reading
“Ah, our boy looks good on the tube,” as Gary Oldman’s Commissioner Gordon would say. Robert Rodriguez released some pictures from the set of his new sequel. Josh Brolin is looking good here as the main protagonist (pre-op Dwight McCarthy) of the new Sin City movie, driving in the rain with murder in his eyes. I’m wondering if he’s driving a hardtop with a decent engine and whether or not he made sure it had a big trunk. Continue Reading
Many have been rumored to take the role of Star-Lord (John Krasinski, Michael Rosenbaum, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Zachary Levi, etc.), the man who commands a team of strange and formidable aliens to protect the galaxy, but one actor was able to rise above them all. Continue Reading
So according to a report from Variety, the possibility of a “Justice League” movie will hinge on the big man’s success at the box office. While this is not surprising, I’m wondering if that means that they’ll forgo any ties to the team-up in “Man of Steel,” kind of like “The Avengers” initiative scene from the first Iron Man movie. Continue Reading
DC’s answer to Marvel’s The Avengers, Justice League, has been on the news for quite some time now. Today, Latino-Review is reporting that the people behind this illustrious team has dwindled the membership down to five and they are as follows:
So just the other day, we heard that Joseph Gordon-Levitt will be joining the cast of Sin City 2: A Dame to Kill For. A few days later, it’s been reported that Josh Brolin and Christopher Meloni both had signed on for the long-awaited sequel. Continue Reading