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Joker might just prove me wrong and that’s a good thing. I was skeptical of a Joker movie at first for a few reasons. But after the final trailer and some early positive reviews, I’m actually very curious about it and hope to watch it when it comes out.
Set for release in October, Joker stars Joaquin Phoenix as Arthur Fleck, a clown for hire who’s taking care of his mother (Frances Conroy). Joker is a film about the transformation of a downtrodden nobody into the violence prone titular character. It’s less a comic book villain story and more of a psychological thriller centered on a disturbed, misunderstood individual.
Looking at the 2019 movie lineup there are a number of tent-pole films that the studios are banking on. Part of the fun is speculating on which films are going to hit it big at the box office. Sure, several movies are pretty much guaranteed money makers based on the brand name and franchise power. Cue the ubiquitous tie-in merchandising. Other franchises are loosing steam. It will be interesting to find out which major studio film will be this year’s Solo. Hopefully, some smaller indie films will break out of the crowd and find an audience too.
October is going to be a super busy month for movie and TV fans.
Early fall films A Star is Born – Bradley Cooper’s directorial debut and First Man starring Ryan Gosling as astronaut Neil Armstrong are receiving Oscar buzz.
“No mercy, no peace. This is war.”
War for the Planet of the Apes’ final trailer promises a super intense and visually stunning follow up to 2014’s critically acclaimed Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.
Returning in the central role is motion capture pioneer Andy Serkis as Caesar, leader of an evolved ape colony.
Fresh off 2016’s Arrival, director Denis Villeneuve goes from aliens to androids in Blade Runner 2049.
In this sequel, Harrison Ford returns as a former blade runner: a special police operative whose job is to track down bioengineered replicants on Earth and retire them.
Assassin’s Creed starring Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard is the first of eight film adaptations of video games from Ubisoft Movie Studios.
The new studio’s approach to producing video game movies is to prioritize what is the best artistic angle to serve the franchise that is being adapted. The upcoming movie lineup includes Tom Clancy’s The Division starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell with Tom Hardy attached to the lead role.
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story marks the first Star Wars movie outside of the main saga.
After four weeks of summer reshoots which has been speculated to restore a “sense of fun” to the film, Rogue One is set to take fans on a nostalgic trip back in time before the events of Star Wars: A New Hope.
Guardians of the Galaxy were a relatively unknown Marvel Comics superhero team a few years ago.
After the success of the 2014 sci-fi space adventure film, it wouldn’t be a surprise if moviegoers could now identify each of the Guardians from seeing only their silhouettes.
Director James Gunn has been revealing fascinating details on Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and answering fan questions on social media.
The new “Suicide Squad” trailer has dropped! My lack of excitement for Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice had been unfairly rubbing off on Suicide Squad. Funny how a trailer and some great posters can change my sentiment around. Consider me hyped!
“I can’t wait to show you my toys.” The trailer has a great balance between bits of dialogue, things exploding and showing off the crazy and freaky members of the squad.