The New International Trailer for Michael Fassbender’s THE SNOWMAN is Creepier Than Ever

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A new international trailer for The Snowman has hit the internet and we're seeing more carnage from the killer that Michael Fassbender (X-Men series) is trying to hunt down. Fassbender is joined by Rebecca Ferguson (Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation) and Charlotte Gainsbourg (Independence Day: Resurgence).

When an elite crime squad’s lead detective (Fassbender) investigates the disappearance of a victim on the first snow of winter, he fears an elusive serial killer may be active again. With the help of a brilliant recruit (Ferguson), the cop must connect decades-old cold cases to the brutal new one if he hopes to outwit this unthinkable evil before the next snowfall.

The Snowman is directed by Tomas Alfredson (Let the Right One In, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy) and is based onNorwegian author Jo Nesbø’s global bestseller. Check out The Snowman trailer below!

The crime thriller is set for a release on Friday, October 20, 2017.

Will Rian Johnson Take Colin Trevorrow’s Place as Director of STAR WARS: EPISODE IX

After the huge news that Lucasfilm has parted ways with yet another director, namely Colin Trevorrow being relieved of duty from Star Wars: Episode IX, many are wondering who could possibly take over.

Insiders tell Deadline Hollywood that you should put The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson at the very top of the short list of directors who might take over. Nothing has officially happened, but that prospect is certainly in the air right now. So far Johnson seems to be the only filmmaker to fit without difficulty into the Lucasfilm machine. His success behind the camera on The Last Jedi seems to now be a great achievement based on the number of directors that have been chewed up and spit out because of “creative differences.”

Trevorrow follows Phil Lord and Chris Miller out the door, who came after Josh Trank was shown the door. And the not-so-exit exit of Gareth Edwards, who completed principal photography on the spinoff Rogue One, but Tony Gilroy was brought on to supervise all the directing of the re-shoots that put Rogue One back on track.

If Johnson does come back to helm Episode IX, it would seem like destiny. He was originally hired to direct two Star Wars films.

Now that Trevorrow is suddenly available, maybe he will step back in and direct the third Jurassic World sequel? 

BAD BOYS Producer Jerry Bruckheimer Says BAD BOYS FOR LIFE is Not Dead Yet

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At one point there was no doubt that the Bad Boys franchise was about to increase one more movie, but then writer-director Joe Carnahan (The Grey) left the director’s chair on the third installment which was going to be called Bad Boys For Life. The movie was then postponed to January 2018, and then rescheduled for November of 2018 just before its release date was completely scrapped altogether. In fact, now it's looking more like Bad Boys 3 won't happen at all, especially when franchise star Martin Lawrence said recently, “I don’t think it’s going to happen.”

But there is still a glimmer of hope, and it comes from the producer of the series, Jerry Bruckheimer. During an interview with Yahoo! Movies, Bruckheimer said a few scheduling conflicts are nothing new for the project, and he really thinks it’ll bounce back as it always has:

"Well, we’ve been developing it for I don’t know how many years now and we had a period of time where it got pretty close and then it drifted away a little bit and hopefully it will drift back again. We have a new writer on it who’s working on it right now, so that gives me encouragement."

Bruckheimer and Sony have not found a replacement for Carnahan, but they now have an unknown screenwriter working on the script. 

Watch this Fan-Made Trailer For GAME OF THRONES Spinoff WESTEROS Set in Modern Times

The Seventh Season of Game of Thrones may be over and we still have one more season to go, but fans are already dreading the end of the mega popular HBO series. We know the cable network is developing five possible spin-offs of the beloved series so it is very likely we have not seen the last of Westeros. But now, some fans have presented a very interesting spin-off set in a modern era of Westeros. 

Set many hundreds of years after the events of HBO's series, we see that many families have remained in power, namely the Lannisters, and the wall is still standing strong. Even the iconic cities remain, but instead of castles you have high rises and they are filled with more industry and people living in them. Check out the trailer below and let us know what you think.

New posters and Promo Art for THE LAST JEDI Give us a New Look at the Main Characters

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During Force Friday II we got to see a lot of new images from Star Wars: The Last Jedi thanks to merchandise and promotional pictures.

ComicBookMovie has now pointed out a couple of new posters we've never seen before that feature most of the main characters together and a new shot of Rey face-to-face against Kylo Ren. (below)

Hopefully, we'll be getting a new trailer for Rian Johnson before his movie, Star Wars: The Last Jedi is released in theaters this December.

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Telltale is Interested in Making a Game Based on BLACK MIRROR Series

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A Telltale Games executive says he’s definitely interested in pursuing a project based on the acclaimed Black Mirror series.

Telltale has experience with adapting games from TV shows like the Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead, and Black Mirror is another show that seems like it would be a perfect fit in Telltale’s format. The show follows an episodic pattern and each episode is a stand alone story, a Telltale game could take several directions by adapting current episodes, creating new scenarios, or a mix of the two.

Telltale Games’ Job Stauffer told PC Gamer, that a Black Mirror game has been on his radar. He said his comments don't reflect the intentions of the company itself, but he fully supports adapting Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror somehow into a Telltale game.

“What would I personally like to see Telltale do? I'm really proud of the work that we've gotten to do over the years, and a lot of the surprises we have in store," Stauffer told PC Gamer. "But personally, and this isn't something that we're doing, I've been a big fan of Black Mirror and Charlie Brooker's work. [It's] a phenomenal, phenomenal series. It's a mind-blowing anthology with every season.”

Stauffer said he’s personally interested in working with Charlie Brooker, the creator of the popular series.

"This is my personal take, please don't confuse this with something that we're actually doing, but Charlie, if you're out there, we would, I would, love to do something on Black Mirror," Stauffer added.

As far as definite projects are concerned, fans of Telltale Games’ adaptations can still look forward to more releases later on. New seasons for The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us were just two of the upcoming titles that were teased in addition to the second season of Minecraft Story Mode.

Telltale is Interested in Making a Game Based on BLACK MIRROR Series

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A Telltale Games executive says he’s definitely interested in pursuing a project based on the acclaimed Black Mirror series.

Telltale has experience with adapting games from TV shows like the Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead, and Black Mirror is another show that seems like it would be a perfect fit in Telltale’s format. The show follows an episodic pattern and each episode is a stand alone story, a Telltale game could take several directions by adapting current episodes, creating new scenarios, or a mix of the two.

Telltale Games’ Job Stauffer told PC Gamer, that a Black Mirror game has been on his radar. He said his comments don't reflect the intentions of the company itself, but he fully supports adapting Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror somehow into a Telltale game.

“What would I personally like to see Telltale do? I'm really proud of the work that we've gotten to do over the years, and a lot of the surprises we have in store," Stauffer told PC Gamer. "But personally, and this isn't something that we're doing, I've been a big fan of Black Mirror and Charlie Brooker's work. [It's] a phenomenal, phenomenal series. It's a mind-blowing anthology with every season.”

Stauffer said he’s personally interested in working with Charlie Brooker, the creator of the popular series.

"This is my personal take, please don't confuse this with something that we're actually doing, but Charlie, if you're out there, we would, I would, love to do something on Black Mirror," Stauffer added.

As far as definite projects are concerned, fans of Telltale Games’ adaptations can still look forward to more releases later on. New seasons for The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us were just two of the upcoming titles that were teased in addition to the second season of Minecraft Story Mode.

Two New Animated STAR WARS Shorts Feature an R2-D2 Adventure and a Porg Annoying BB-8 and Chewbacca

Porgs continue to take the internet by storm.  Now the cute and adorably annoying penguin dog thingies are popping up in one of the latest animated Star Wars Blip shorts.

There are two new shorts that were tweeted by the Star Wars Twitter page. One features Chewie and BB-8 in the cockpit of the Millennium Falcon, trying to catch an up-to-no-good Porg. The other gives us a recap of the epic adventures of R2-D2 while a bunch of the new droids are geeking out over him.

With the amount of attention Disney/Lucasfilm are putting on these little creatures, I fully expect to see a lot of Porgs come December, when Star Wars: The Last Jedi hits theaters.

Watch the shorts below!

Marty McFly’s Nikes from BACK TO THE FUTURE II Are Up For Auction

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Later this month, the light-up, self-lacing Nikes worn by Michael J. Fox’s Marty McFly in Back to the Future II will go up for auction in the U.K. alongside with some other cinematic memorabilia.

The Prop Store is hosting the auction and the CEO Stephen Lane said:

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“We’re super-excited to be offering Marty McFly’s Nike Shoes from Back to the Future Part II as part of Prop Store’s Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction on 26th September 2017 at London’s BFI IMAX proudly presented by ODEON. We’ve got hundreds of fantastic lots going under the gavel, including Jules’ wallet from Pulp Fiction and Tony Montana’s Hand-Painted Mansion Portrait from Scarface which is complete with bullet holes!”

But if you really want to get your hands on the O.G. Nikes you better save your money, they are expected to sell for somewhere between $32,390-$45,346. Bids can be placed online, over the phone, or in person leading up to the auction on Sept. 26. The auction will also be live-streamed for fans who can’t make it to London.

BB-8 Meets the First Order’s BB-9E Animated STAR WARS Short “Hey You”

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BB-8 was a Star Wars star long before The Force Awakens hit theaters. His merchandise flew off the shelves as fans bought him up in anticipation for his big screen debut. But now the little ball droid may have met his match. As we learned just before Force Friday II, the First Order has an adorable rolly-poly droid of its own. Now the two droids are meeting for the first time in a fun 50 second animated short called Hey You.

In the short, we see BB-8 cruising through what appears to be a First Order hallway when he bumps into BB-9E who wants nothing to do with everyone's favorite ball droid. 

Of course, both droids will appear in Star Wars: The Last Jedi when it hits theaters on December 15.

You can watch the short below: