Well, that was one helluva weekend, wasn’t it? If you’re like me, you’re still recovering from Star Wars: The Force Awakens. But if you’re looking to take a quick break from all Force-related activities, look no further than today’s Movie Morsels. We’ve got the latest holiday treat from Deadpool, the latest photo from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and much more!
Firstly, let’s take care of some unfinished business… In case you missed it last week, while the rest of the world was celebrating The Force Awakens, Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool was celebrating Ugly Sweater Day in his own inimitable style. Here’s the latest holiday treat from Fox’s February 12th release…
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
While Marvel was having its fun (via Fox), DC/Warner Brothers released, via Studio Cine Live magazine, the latest image from its Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, featuring a variation of the recent photo of the film’s trinity of heroes — Batman (Ben Affleck), Superman (Henry Cavill) and Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot)…
Meanwhile, Comic Book Resources reports that the running time of the March 25th release will be 151 minutes.
Undefeated: The Rocky Marciano Story
It looks like Jeremy Renner will be the next actor to play Rocky… No, not that Rocky — Rocky Marciano, the famed real-life ’50s heavyweight champ, whose retired undefeated but whose life was cut short by a tragic plane crash in 1969. Undefeated: The Rocky Marciano Story is currently looking for a director.
We’ve got a new poster for Lionsgate’s upcoming Dirty Grandpa for your enjoyment today, featuring the dirty, depraved, and debauched dynamic duo of Zac Efron and Robert De Niro. Dan Mazer directs the January 22nd release, co-starring Julianne Hough, Aubrey Plaza, and Dermot Mulroney…
Little White Corvette
Finally today… Maze Runner star Dylan O’Brien has signed on to star in the comedy Little White Corvette, which Iain Morris is in talks to helm. The film’s plot concerns “a down-and-out brother and sister who travel to Miami to try to sell a duffel bag of cocaine their dead father left in the trunk of a 1977 Corvette Stingray.” The sister hasn’t been cast, though Emma Stone was once attached to the project, when Michael Diliberti was set to direct from his original screenplay.
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