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‘Wonder Woman 3’: Everything We Know So Far About Diana Prince’s Return

Third time’s the charm! Wonder Woman 3 officially has the green light — and Warner Bros. has already revealed some juicy details about the superhero film. The studio initially announced the third movie in December 2020, just days after Wonder Woman 1984 started streaming on HBO Max. Gal Gadot, who plays the iconic Diana Prince, will collaborate with director Patty Jenkins for the third time.
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Jason Momoa Reveals He Suffered 'Multiple Injuries' While Filming 'Aquaman 2'

Jason Momoa has opened up about the struggles of being "an aging superhero." The Game of Thrones alum, who stars as the titular character in the upcoming film Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Monday, where he revealed that he suffered multiple injuries while filming Aquaman 2.
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Will There Be A ‘Dune Part 2’? What We Know About the ‘Dune’ Sequel

If you’ve had the chance to see Dune, which is now playing in theaters and on HBO Max, you know that Dune ending isn’t really an ending at all. After two hours and 35 minutes, you might expect some resolution, but instead, the film cuts off so abruptly you’re left with more questions than answers.
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She's Back! Everything to Know About the 3rd 'Wonder Woman' Movie

The third 'Wonder Woman' film is officially on the way with Gal Gadot and Patty Jenkins set to collaborate again — details. Third time’s the charm! Wonder Woman 3 officially has the green light — and Warner Bros. has already revealed some juicy details about the superhero film. The studio...

Joel Edgerton helps bring medieval magic to life in The Green Knight

Eighteen years ago, Australian actor Joel Edgerton got his first taste of starring in a King Arthur Camelot-era action flick, and he liked it so much he’s returned for another chance of living out a “childhood fantasy”. Playing one of the round table knights Gawain in the 2003 version, King...

Dune Director Denies Using Post-Credits Scene For His Movies

Dune director Denis Villeneuve reveals that he will never use post-credits scenes for his movies. Dune is the adaptation of Frank Herbert’s sci-fi novel of the same name. This is the first installment in the planned trilogy. The movie has a star-studded cast Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Josh Brolin, and Jason Momoa. The movie also has a brief appearance from Zandaya. Dune will finally arrive in theaters and HBO Max on October 22.

Dune Sequel Very Likely According to WarnerMedia Studios Boss

A Dune sequel is very likely according to one WarnerMedia Studios executive. A new interview with Deadline seems to hint at it. Ann Sarnoff has helped steer the studio through the pandemic so far, and the route forward has been hotly debated by fans and pundits alike. Dune director Denis Villeneuve actually already hinted at a Part Two in some previous interviews. But, this is the first admission by some of the higher-ups that a sequel could be on the horizon. Media buzz about the film has been positive. The look of the film and Timothee Chalamet's performances have been of distinct note in initial reactions. However, it will be interesting to see how audiences buy tickets to the film as the theaters become busier and busier with the passing weeks. Initial projections are strong, but anything can happen.

WarnerMedia CEO Suggests 'Dune' Will Most Likely Get a Sequel

Director Denis Villeneuve has always envisioned telling the story of the Dune universe over a number of installments in order to really pay tribute to the original book’s extensive nature, but so far Warner Bros. has yet to greenlight a sequel despite the success of the recently released first film. Luckily for fans, it now seems most likely that a sequel will indeed be on its way.

There Are Seven Ways to See Dune. Which Should You Choose?

When Warner Bros. announced last year that it would be simultaneously releasing its entire slate of movies for 2021 in theaters and on streaming, Denis Villeneuve rushed to the barricades. “Frankly, to watch Dune on a television, the best way I can compare it is to drive a speedboat in your bathtub,” the director told Total Film. “For me, it’s ridiculous. It’s a movie that has been made as a tribute to the big-screen experience.” He even struck out at the studio in an open letter printed in Variety. “AT&T has hijacked one of the most respectable and important studios in film history,” he wrote, referring to Warner’s corporate parent. “Filmmaking is a collaboration, reliant on the mutual trust of team work and Warner Bros. has declared they are no longer on the same team.”

Dune 2: What happens next, according to the books

Like Zendaya's Chani says at the end of Denis Villeneuve's Dune: "This is only the beginning." That's because the highly anticipated movie is actually Dune Part One – not the entire story of Paul Atreides and his messianic rise. Dune wasn't loudly billed as a two-parter, but as the opening credits roll, it's hard to miss the "Part One" under the title card.

Denis Villeneuve Explains Why He Insisted On Dune Being Framed As 'Part One'

If you haven't heard, the movie we've all been calling "Dune," based on the classic science-fiction novel by Frank Herbert, actually bills itself as "Dune Part One" when its title first appears onscreen. Director Denis Villeneuve originally wanted to film Part One and Part Two back to back, but that didn't happen, and over the last year, there's been some concern over whether or not moviegoers would ever get to see "Part Two" of "Dune."

Is there a ‘Dune’ credits scene? Continuation Plans Revealed!

The new movie dune is out NOW, and fans will likely want to know if they should stick around for one credits scene after the movie. Many films, especially those from Marvel and DC Comics, have additional scenes during and after the credits to tease the upcoming films in the franchise.

Studio Wouldn’t Allow Robin Williams To Be in Harry Potter

Christopher Columbus, the director of the first two Potter films (as well as Home Alone, and the Williams’ starring Bicentennial Man), recently confirmed to Total Film the actor was hoping to play werewolf and Potter ally Remus Lupin. This rumor had been floating around for a while, but there was a very specific reason Robin couldn’t do it: despite his talent for mimicry and impersonations, Williams just wasn’t British enough!