There is nothing known about The Chronicles of Riddick: Furia at this time, plot wise. Though some may mistake it for the similar sounding Mad Max: Furiosa, which has never been given a green light at Warner Bros. This is also the first we're hearing about the Merc City TV show. And while he doesn't claim as such, we can only imagine that there will be room for Vin Diesel to make an appearance on this sci-fi action series.
In terms of the DT Vin Diesel mentions in his post, he is speaking of director David Twohy. The filmmaker has written and directed all three of the previous live-action Riddick movies, which include 2000's Pitch Black, 2004's The Chronicles of Riddick and 2013's Riddick. He is also behind the two Riddick animated shorts, which include The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury, which was released in 2004. And Riddick: Blindsided, which arrived in conjunction with the previous movie sequel.Read More
Vin Diesel is an action icon! Vin Diesel is a tough guy! Vin Diesel is a giant nerd! And he proves that by showing his love for the geekiest game ever invented, Dungeons and Dragons. Last week, the Furious 7 star bragged that Dungeons & Dragons co-creator E. Gary Gygax wanted him to tell the story of this infamous game on the big screen. Now, in a new video, he's proving exactly why that should happen.
Yes, we have a video that shows Vin Diesel playing a heated game of Dungeons and Dragons. But it's not just any old round of the classic role playing adventure. Here, Vin Diesel has once again assumed the role of immortal warrior Kaulder. You can watch him roll the 12 sided die as his character from The Last Witch Hunter, which hits theaters this Friday, October 23.Read More
At this time, Inhumans doesn't have any director, "dope" or otherwise, attached to the project. Screenwriter Joe Robert Cole, a product of the Marvel writers program along with Nicole Perlman (Guardians of the Galaxy, Captain Marvel), wrote an early draft of the script, but it is believed the studio is looking for a new writer. The studio recently brought Joe Robert Cole on board to write another one of Marvel's Phase Three adventures, Black Panther.
Marvel's Inhumans has been set for release on July 12, 2019, the last movie slated for Phase Three, coming just two months after Avengers: Infinity War - Part II. No story details have been revealed as of yet, but the studio has already started setting up the Inhumans story on the ABC TV series Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. It was revealed last season that Skye (Chloe Bennet) is actually an Inhuman named Daisy Johnson, a.k.a. Quake. It still isn't known how the TV show's Inhumans will tie into the movie version at this time, but we still have just under four years until the movie hits theaters.Read More
Back in January, writer-director James Gunn teased that Baby Groot may actually be Groot's son, and that Groot may be dead, but that hasn't been confirmed. The director also revealed in August that Vin Diesel will be back to voice Groot, but it isn't known if he will actually say more than just "I am Groot," or if his vocabulary will be expanded. At the end of Guardians of the Galaxy, Groot did throw fans a curveball, saying "We are Groot," so it's possible that this large tree creature may have learned a few new words in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.
Guardians of the Galaxy stars Chris Pratt (Star-Lord), Zoe Saldana (Gamora), Dave Bautista (Drax the Destroyer) and Bradley Cooper are expected to return for the sequel, along with Karen Gillan's Nebula and Michael Rooker's Yondu. James Gunn has teased that there will be one new character introduced in the sequel, and that fans will ultimately learn who Star-Lord's father is. The filmmaker also revealed last week that he will feature aliens known as Sneepers, which were initially banned by Marvel's legal department, since the word Sneeper translates to "clitoris" in the Icelandic language.Read More
Vin Diesel says a lot of things. And sometimes, we're not quite sure how accurate the information may be. Though, he always seems to have the best intentions. In a recent chat with CinemaBlend, the action icon claims that one of the Dungeons & Dragons co-creators wanted Vin Diesel to tell his story. Does this mean game innovator E. Gary Gygax wants the actor to star in a biopic? Or does it mean the D&D godfather wants Vin Diesel to star in the upcoming Dungeons & Dragons movie reboot? We're not sure.
E. Gary Gygax was an American game designer and author best known for co-creating the pioneering role-playing game Dungeons & Dragons alongside Dave Arneson. Both gaming mavericks have passed away. And rights to a Dungeons & Dragons movie were locked in a legal battle for years. But this past August, the case was closed and it was announced that Warner Bros. Pictures, Hasbro's Allspark Pictures and Sweetpea Entertainment are moving forward on a big screen reboot of the franchise. This follows the first Dungeons & Dragons movie from 2000, which didn't necessarily set the box office on fire. It grossed only $15.2 million from a $45 million budget. The film couldn't even earn back its money overseas, where it earned a global take of just $33.8 million. That's pretty dismal for such a well-recognized title.Read More