It looks like Spider-Man: Homecoming‘s Spider-Man doesn’t only do whatever a spider can. As we see in today’s Movie Morsels, he does a whole helluva lot more. Plus, the latest on Shane Black’s Predator movie, the poster for the next Underworld movie, and much more!
Remember when Josh Brolin showed up on the set of the Russo Brothers’ Avengers: Infinity War last week, all mo-cap-suited up and ready for action? Well, Spider-Man: Homecoming director Jon Watts isn’t one to let that stand. No sir. Not when he’s got some motion-capture images of his own Marvel film’s star. Check out the video that Watts has released, with Tom Holland’s Spidey busting some breakdance moves to French recording artists Daft Punk on set…
Writer-director Shane Black’s Predator prequel/reboot may have its first A-list actor very soon. The genre-friendly Benicio del Toro (pictured above in Guardians of the Galaxy) is in talks to star in The Predator. Fred Dekker, who co-wrote The Monster Squad with Black, is scripting the film. Del Toro will also appear in Star Wars: Episode VIII.
Underworld: Blood Wars
No, I can’t believe they’re making another Underworld movie either. But hey, if CG vampire/werewolf battles are your thing, then by all means check out the poster for Underworld: Blood Wars. It looks like Kate Beckinsale’s Selene will be taking the action to the snow this time around, and giving the Lycans a… wait for it… cold shoulder. (Sorry.)
With the Maze Runner series drawing to a close in next year’s third chapter, actor Dylan O’Brien has been recruited for another genre film franchise. American Assassin finds the former Teen Wolf star playing CIA black ops agent Mitch Rapp in an adaptation of one of 15 New York Times bestselling novels about the counterterrorism operative. Michael Keaton, Sanaa Lathan, and Taylor Kitsch co-star in the thriller, the first image from which has just been released…
[Lionsgate/CBS Films press release]
Manchester by the Sea
Finally today, we have a clip from one of the films screening at this month’s Toronto International Film Festival: Manchester by the Sea, a heavy drama from from You Can Count on Me director Kenneth Lonergan. The following clip sees Casey Affleck’s protagonist confronting his ex-wife (played by Williams) after returning to his home town in the wake of his brother’s tragic death…
Manchester by the Sea opens on November 18.
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