Did STRANGER THINGS Actor Dacre Montgomery Tease That He’s Up For NIGHTWING?

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By now the world knows Dacre Montgomery from his role in the Netflix series Stranger Things. But, this weekend the actor posted a mysterious Nightwing tease on his twitter account. Warner Bros. has been developing a highly anticipated solo movie for Dick Grayson, aka Nightwing.

The announcement for the Nightwing movie from The LEGO Batman Movie director Chris McKay got a lot of excitement, but there haven't been many updates since then, with McKay offering small tidbits here and there about the film’s status.

But there is a good chance that an announcement for the Batman spinoff may be coming very soon since McKay completely overhauled his Twitter profile recently giving it a Nightwing theme. And it may be safe to assume that Dacre Montgomery could be part of that announcement. That's because, Montgomery shared a super cryptic Nightwing tease for seemingly no reason – only to delete it a few minutes later:

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It does make sense that WB may be courting Montgomery for a role in that movie, he is, after all, having a great year so far with Power Rangers and Stranger Things. The tweet could hint that he has been offered the role, but it is not confirmation. There's a chance that he could just be trolling fan community or starting a campaign to land the role, but it is very suspicious that he was so quick to delete the tweet. Regardless, it's not completely crazy to think DC Entertainment may have interest in him.

What do you think, would you be down with Montgomery as Nightwing? If not, who would you love to see land the part?

First Look at Mickey Rourke in Horror Anthology NIGHTMARE CINEMA

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We're getting our first look at the horror anthology movie Nightmare Cinema that features five shorts from five different genre film directors that include Mick Garris, Joe Dante, David Slade, Ryuhei Kitamura and Alejandro Brugues.

Similar to other iconic anthology films like The Twilight Zone and The Outer Limits, This movie centers on a group of individuals who enter the rundown Rialto Theatre. Their deepest and darkest fears are brought to life onscreen by The theater's Projectionist (Rourke), a mysterious man who holds the nightmarish futures of all who attend — and cannot escape — his screenings.

Based on that description one could possibly compare Rourke's role in the movie as host of sorts, similar to The Crypt Keeper in the popular horror series Tales From the Crypt.

THR shared the exclusive photo of Mickey Rourke as the creepy caretaker. and a few other images from the film. Check them out below!

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Tom Hardy Reveals His Look For Eddie Brock In VENOM With New BTS Images

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We've already seen an image of Tom Hardy arriving on the set of Venom, but now we're getting a look at actor actually shooting scenes as Eddie Brock. The movie's Twitter page has shared an official behind-the-scenes image of Hardy in character.

From the photo, it looks Brock has jet-black hair to go with a ton of tattoos and a bandaged on his arms. 

The plot of Venom is still mostly unknown, but there are plenty of rumors doing the rounds. The latest suggests that the Spider-Man spinoff will be based on the Lethal Protector comic book arc, which follows a group of mercenaries hunting Eddie Brock after he relocates to San Francisco.

One thing we do know for sure is that director Ruben Fleischer has put together a pretty impressive cast, which also includes Michelle Williams and Riz Ahmed.

Venom is set to hit theatres on October 3, 2018.

First Look at Theo James and Emily Ratajkowski in The Heist Film LYING AND STEALING

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We're learning new details and getting our first look at Matt Aselton’s Lying and Stealing which stars Theo James (Divergent) and Emily Ratajkowski (Gone Girl). Variety revealed the images and details of the new cast including Fred Melamed, Ebon Moss-Bachrach (Girls), Isiah Whitlock Jr. (Chi Raq), Evan Handler (Sex and the City) and John Gatins (Real Steel). 

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The film has just started shooting in Los Angeles and is co-written by Aselton and Adam Nagata. Lying and Stealing follows Ivan, a young thief who is an expert in stealing high-end art from the L.A. elite. Business is good, but he wants out. Elyse (Ratajkowski) is an aspiring actress in major debt with a closet full of skeletons. Eventually, these two hustlers decide to team up for one last, daring heist.

There is no word on a release date, but it could hit theaters as early as 2018.

Behind-The-Scenes Video From The New FAST & FURIOUS SUPERCHARGED Ride

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Soon, Universal Orlando is getting its own Fast & Furious attraction, appropriately called Fast & Furious – Supercharged. Check out a new Supercharged video below for a behind-the-scenes look at the ride.

Fast & Furious already has an attraction at Universal Studios Hollywood, as an action-packed part of the studio tour. In Spring 2018, the next chapter of this blockbuster franchise will come to life with Universal Orlando’s new attraction: Fast & Furious – Supercharged. Guests will have the opportunity to actually live the excitement they’ve seen on the big screen in a high-octane ride experience where they will become part of the Fast family.

The ride will include many of the franchise's popular characters including Tej (Chris “Ludacris” Bridges) and Mia (Jordana Brewster) will join the star-studded cast of the attraction, which includes Dom (Vin Diesel), Letty (Michelle Rodriguez), Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson), Roman (Tyrese Gibson) and criminal mastermind Owen Shaw (Luke Evans).

It's kind of funny to see Johnson and Gibson working together after all of the drama that's unfolded between the two recently.

And if you love these movies for the cars, the ride won't disappoint either. Visitors will get to see and be able to take photos with 15 Fast & Furious cars.

Behind-The-Scenes Video From The New FAST & FURIOUS SUPERCHARGED Ride

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Soon, Universal Orlando is getting its own Fast & Furious attraction, appropriately called Fast & Furious – Supercharged. Check out a new Supercharged video below for a behind-the-scenes look at the ride.

Fast & Furious already has an attraction at Universal Studios Hollywood, as an action-packed part of the studio tour. In Spring 2018, the next chapter of this blockbuster franchise will come to life with Universal Orlando’s new attraction: Fast & Furious – Supercharged. Guests will have the opportunity to actually live the excitement they’ve seen on the big screen in a high-octane ride experience where they will become part of the Fast family.

The ride will include many of the franchise's popular characters including Tej (Chris “Ludacris” Bridges) and Mia (Jordana Brewster) will join the star-studded cast of the attraction, which includes Dom (Vin Diesel), Letty (Michelle Rodriguez), Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson), Roman (Tyrese Gibson) and criminal mastermind Owen Shaw (Luke Evans).

It's kind of funny to see Johnson and Gibson working together after all of the drama that's unfolded between the two recently.

And if you love these movies for the cars, the ride won't disappoint either. Visitors will get to see and be able to take photos with 15 Fast & Furious cars.

Behind-The-Scenes Video From The New FAST & FURIOUS SUPERCHARGED Ride

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Soon, Universal Orlando is getting its own Fast & Furious attraction, appropriately called Fast & Furious – Supercharged. Check out a new Supercharged video below for a behind-the-scenes look at the ride.

Fast & Furious already has an attraction at Universal Studios Hollywood, as an action-packed part of the studio tour. In Spring 2018, the next chapter of this blockbuster franchise will come to life with Universal Orlando’s new attraction: Fast & Furious – Supercharged. Guests will have the opportunity to actually live the excitement they’ve seen on the big screen in a high-octane ride experience where they will become part of the Fast family.

The ride will include many of the franchise's popular characters including Tej (Chris “Ludacris” Bridges) and Mia (Jordana Brewster) will join the star-studded cast of the attraction, which includes Dom (Vin Diesel), Letty (Michelle Rodriguez), Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson), Roman (Tyrese Gibson) and criminal mastermind Owen Shaw (Luke Evans).

It's kind of funny to see Johnson and Gibson working together after all of the drama that's unfolded between the two recently.

And if you love these movies for the cars, the ride won't disappoint either. Visitors will get to see and be able to take photos with 15 Fast & Furious cars.

Let the Sweet Sound of Floppy Disk Drives playing the GHOSTBUSTERS Theme Set The Halloween Spirit

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Call me old-fashioned but there is nothing like the soothing sound of a floppy disk drives grinding. Maybe that's why I find this latest composition by Paweł Zadrożniak on his Floppotron, a musical instrument built from 64 floppy disk drives. His latest work hits the Ghostbusters theme song out of the park. And does so just in time for Halloween. 

Ray Parker Jr’s original theme is well suited by the ancient computer sounds seeing that Ghostbusters was born and thrived in the 80s. 

So if "bustin' makes you feel good" you might want to consider adding this cover of the cinematic classic to your Halloween playlist. Watch the video below:

BLADE RUNNER 2049 was Almost a 4-Hour 2-part Film

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Blade Runner 2049 was a long movie, but it could have been, much, much longer. Director Denis Villeneuve reportedly considered something that would have made the highly anticipated Blade Runner sequel even longer.

In an interview with Provideo CoalitionBlade Runner 2049 editor Joe Walker revealed that an earlier cut of the film was four hours and Villeneuve considered releasing it in two parts!

"That break revealed something about the story – it’s in two halves. There’s K discovering his true past as he sees it and at the halfway mark he kind of loses his virginity (Laughs). The next morning, it’s a different story, about meeting your maker and ultimately sacrifice – “dying is the most human thing we do.” Oddly enough both halves start with eyes opening. There’s the giant eye opening at the beginning of the film and the second when Mariette wakes up and sneaks around K’s apartment. We toyed with giving titles to each half but quickly dropped that. But what does remain is that there’s something of a waking dream about the film. That’s a very deliberate choice in terms of visuals but also the kind of pace they were striving for on set and the hallucinatory feel in the cut – it’s the kind of dream where you tread inexorably closer to the truth."

It's obvious this plan was scrapped, but the movie still ended up being over 2 and half hours long. Walker said that extra footage is mostly connective scenes and extra dialogue. He even said the theatrical version is superior to the longer cut.

What do you think, would you have liked to see a 4-hour cut of the movie? 

Leia Tries to Keep Ewoks From Eating Stormtroopers in New FORCES OF DESTINY Short

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We already know from Return of the Jedi, that the Ewoks don't discriminate when it comes to eating. The "hate em or love em" forest dwellers came very close to serving up some Luke Skywalker with a side of Han and Chewy. So it comes as no surprise that the this subject comes to light once again in the latest animated Star Wars short Forces Of Destiny

“Imperial Feast” has Leia saving some imperial prisoners from becoming a celebration feast. The episode also sees Han and Star Wars Rebels’ Hera Syndulla interacting for the first time being set during the end of Return of the Jedi

You can watch the entire short below: