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  1. Life sure caught up with me . . . Hostel will be the only thing released for Gateway Productions in Y5. Everything else is delayed. Oh well, at least I finished one. Y6 should be interesting!
  2. General question for everyone: What's the rule on using other superheroes in a franchise film I own? For instance, I own Swamp Thing. If I wanted another hero, say Nightwing, to appear in the film, how does that work? If it's a cameo or short appearance, do I need to own rights to the franchise/character? Just wanted to clarify.
  3. There are strong rumors that Gateway Productions are struggling with the script to Winston, a family drama centered around a dog. Slotted for a release in late Y5, the film is now undergoing heavy rewrites and potential cast changes. While no details have been leaked about the scope of the changes, most reports state the film is still a "dog film," but the details beyond that will be quite different to what was originally pitched. As far as anyone can tell, both Paul Rudd and Freddie Highmore are still attached to the project. In confirmed news, Chairman and CEO Jason Winters addressed a hot topic: sequels. "All of our films are stand-alone that tell complete stories," he said confidently. "But if the turnout is good, and the fans want more, we try to leave the door open. Not always. Sometimes a story is a story and it doesn't need to continue. But if the fans ask for it, and we're confident we can deliver, chances are we will." Adding to that, he commented on picking up the Hostel franchise, a series already 3 films in. "Hostel: Bloodline stands on its own. We intentionally didn't number it like the others. It's for fans, both old and new, to see how this dark and gritty world works. But it's also a family story, and that's one we haven't seen in the Hostel universe before. Will there be another one? Maybe. We have enough story content to do our own trilogy. But again, Bloodline tells its own story and does have a conclusion. Whether or not we continue it . . . we'll see."
  4. Hostel: Bloodline Director: Eli Roth Genre: Horror Release Date: January 8th, Year 5 Major Cast: Sverrir Gudnason as John Emmanuelle Vaugier as Linda Sabrina Carpenter as Abigail Dean Winters as Samael Ladislav Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick as Adem Ladislav Logan Miller as Renn Guillaume Bouchède as Jakub Theater Count : 3,450 MPAA Rating: Rated R for brutal scenes of torture and violence, strong language, and underage drinking. Runtime: 116 minutes Production Budget: $8 Million Synopsis: A family of four on their final vacation together ends up in a trip to hell. As the drama unwinds in the family, they find themselves the targets of Elite Hunting, an underground organization that lines would-be killers and torturers up with kidnapped victims for them to exact their sickest fantasies out on. Plot Summary:
  5. I was away far too long, I've got to get to work on my movies for Y5!
  6. Been away for a bit. Coming back and it looks like we have Jan 2nd as the official date for Y5 part 1? That's awesome!
  7. Gotta be Avengers. It was the culmination of a decade's worth of character building and a massive event. I think it hit every note it needed to and then some. Packed all the punch, had some incredible sequences, and the ending was amazing. Black Panther I've yet to rewatch but I remember it being good not great. Incredibles 2 was a great sequel and I thought it was worth the wait, however not as good as IW. 1. Infinity War 2. Incredibles 2 3. Black Panther
  8. Oh yeah don't worry that will be addressed. There is a jump but it kind of comes at a natural point and I try to spend time at key points during the dog's life. The dog will have a natural lifespan, no supernatural stuff going on. Plus Rudd looks amazing for his age. Still can't believe he's almost 50.
  9. GATEWAY PRODUCTIONS OPENS THEIR DOORS With an announcement of 4 films on the way in Y5, Gateway Productions have officially opened their doors and started development on their pictures. Though details were scarce, the studio has released the following information regarding their current projects in an interview with Chairman and CEO Jason Winters. Hostel: Bloodline Horror January 8th Directed by Eli Roth Cast: TBA Ricochet Crime/Action June 4th Directed by Joe Carnahan Cast: Dominic Purcell, Mark Wahlberg, Christian Bale, William Fichtner, Tom Welling, & Claire Forlani Untitled Western Horror Western/Horror September 10 Directed by Neil Marshall Cast: Viggo Mortensen Winston Drama/Comedy December 17th Directed by Mike Binder Cast: Paul Rudd, Rachel McAdams, Pierce Brosnan, Noah Schnapp, Kathryn Newton, Peter Stormare, and Freddie Highmore --- Finally, when asked if there are any surprises in store for Y5 or any unannounced projects in the works, Winters smiled. "Anything can happen, can't it?"
  10. Big fan of that movie. Had some great humor in it. The standout was Seth Green IMO. Anders did a good job with Instant Family. I was not expecting much but a lot of the humor landed well and the film kept me entertained throughout, even if things did wrap up a little conveniently at the end. I enjoyed it overall.
  11. Saw is pretty awful, the US release anyway. No special features, the menus are awful, and it doesn't look good at all.
  12. I really hope Regal follows through with their subscription model. We have A-List but it's 20 minutes away to the closest AMC and it's an AMC Classic, and a complete dump at that. Most disgusting theater I've ever been to. Literally wouldn't step foot in it if it wasn't for A-List.
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