The heroes and villains of Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story adorn the stunning key art for Star Wars Celebration Europe 2016, which was revealed today on The Star Wars Show.
As seen in the image, the art features the cast of The Force Awakens looking stoic, along with a beautiful rendering of the characters of Rogue One. Alongside the Rogue One cast are a squadron of death troopers — the black-armored stormtroopers seen in the film’s trailer — and the first clear look at the brand new shoretrooper on the bottom left. Also on the poster is a new class of AT-AT: the AT-ACT, or All Terrain Armored Cargo Transport. The key art will be featured on merchandise throughout Celebration, and available to purchase as a poster.
Jason Blum of Blumhouse Productions and John Carpenter who is serving as an executive producer/creative consultant will bring Michael home once again! Blum is the man behind the horror movies, Insidious, Paranormal Activity, Sinister, The Visit, The Purge and much more! So the new Halloween movie will feel right at home.
Blum said “HALLOWEEN is one of those milestone films that inspired everyone at our company to get into the world of scary movies,” Blum said, “and we are so excited that Miramax brought us together. We cannot wait to find and collaborate with the right filmmaker to give Halloween fans the movie they deserve.” Carpenter said “HALLOWEEN needs to return to its traditions,” Carpenter said. “I feel like the movies have gotten away from that… Michael is not just a human being; he’s a force of nature, like the wind. That’s what makes him so scary.”
Kiefer Sutherland is returning to TV with a new ABC series, Designated Survivor, debuting this December. The 24 star plays Tom Kirkman, the designated survivor. After all above him in the Presidential line are killed, Sutherland's Tom Kirkman is appointed President of the United States.
The Oscar winning director Tom Hooper will direct a big-screen adaptation of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Cats.
Hooper will team up with Universal and Working Title Films on the new film. Cast details have not been confirmed, but The Sun newspaper has reported that Hooper hoped to hand British model and actor Suki Waterhouse, 24, a role.
Check out this brilliant performance of "Memory" by the legendary Betty Buckley at the 1983 Tony Awards.
It looks like Star Trek Beyond won't be the last in J.J Abrams reboot. According to Trek Movie, the studio has registered the title Star Trek 4 with the MPAA, implying they're already considering another addition to the franchise. It was also reported last year (2015) that Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto had signed on for a 4th instalment. But as always..will Star Trek Beyond make enough money for Paramount to go ahead with the 4th film? we will have to find out when it hits cinemas on July 22nd.