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Movie Morsels: New STAR WARS: EPISODE VIII Set Photos

Movie Morsels: New STAR WARS: EPISODE VIII Set Photos

Let’s make this Monday a little merrier with today’s Movie Morsels! Because we’ve got your latest look at the UK set of the most anticipated sequel of all: Star Wars: Episode VIII. Plus, new pics and video from Star Trek Beyond, X-Men: Apocalypse, and a whole heaping lot more!

Star Wars: Episode VIII

The Force is indeed strong in this Monday… Some eagle-eyed fans have snapped a handful of photos of the Millennium Falcon as it appears in the upcoming Star Wars: Episode VIII. And to whet our appetite further, these images also come with our first glimpse of a new space port/docking bay. What planets might the Falcon be visiting this time around? Will Luke journey to them along with Rey? And what’s with that giant gnarly-looking tree? Hmmm…

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X-Men: Apocalypse
Since it opens this weekend, Captain America: Civil War has the attention of most superhero film fans these days. But we here at Movie Morsels, greedy little goblins that we are, like to keep one eye on the future of mighty Marvel’s super-team movies. So let’s check out the two latest international TV spots for director Bryan Singer’s fourth and possibly final X-Men movie, X-Men: Apocalypse

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Star Trek Beyond
What’s that? You’ve had enough of Star Wars and superheroes and you want to see something new from Star Trek? Well alright then. Here’s a slew of photos showcasing the distressed crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise in action in Paramount’s 50th anniversary Trek adventure, Star Trek Beyond

Star Trek Beyond 1 Zoë Saldana plays Uhura in Star Trek Beyond from Paramount Pictures, Skydance, Bad Robot, Sneaky Shark and Perfect Storm Entertainment Star Trek Beyond 3 Star Trek Beyond 4 Left to right: Chris Pine plays Kirk and Idris Elba plays Crowl in Star Trek Beyond from Paramount Pictures, Skydance, Bad Robot, Sneaky Shark and Perfect Storm Entertainment [Check Magazine]

Maze Runner: The Death Cure
Maze Runner The initial forecast for star Dylan O’Brien’s recovery following injuries he suffered on the set of Maze Runner: The Death Cure was six weeks. But it appears O’Brien is taking a little longer to heal. Fox has cancelled the film’s February 17, 2017 release, and has not yet announced a new opening date. “The resumption of principal photography on Maze Runner: The Death Cure has been further delayed to allow Dylan O’Brien more time to fully recover from his injuries,” says the studio. “We wish Dylan a speedy recovery and look forward to restarting production as soon as possible.”

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Captain Fantastic
No, it’s not a film adaptation of Elton John’s classic 1975 album. Instead, Captain Fantastic is an indie dramedy starring Viggo Mortensen as a dad determined to raise his kids in the wilderness but is instead forced to reintegrate them into society. Here’s the trailer for the July 8 release from writer-director Matt Ross…

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The Martian
The Martian Who would have thought that being stranded on Mars and left for dead would be so hilarious? Andy Weir, that's who, and Ridley Scott too. The adaptation of the eponymous book stars Matt Damon as astronaut Mark Watney, a botanist who winds up abandoned on Mars when an emergency evacuation goes awry. What follows is the most thrilling story about growing potatoes ever told. As Watney sciences the shit out of his makeshift home on Mars and tries against impossible odds to survive on the red planet, we are treated to a tale of human ingenuity, intelligence, and indomitable will. All of this is peppered with a healthy dose of gallows humor and a burning disdain for disco music. Unlike most other science fiction films out there, science takes center stage in The Martian, and the (Read the review.) Finally today… We have word that the extended version of Ridley Scott’s The Martian, featured on the film’s Blu-ray release, will be a full 10 minutes longer than its theatrical cut. The usual extras also make it an enticing buy for fans of the Oscar-nominated science-fiction drama. Included are audio commentary by Scott, writer-producer Drew Goddard, and author Andy Weir, as well as deleted scenes, the documentary featurettes The Long Way Home: Making the Martian and Dare Mighty Things: NASA’s Journey to Mars, and a Journey to Mars 101 Q&A. The Martian hits home video on June 7.

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