Marvel Studios has begun principal photography at Pinewood Studios in Atlanta, Georgia, on Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2,” which is slated to hit U.S. theaters on May 5, 2017. The production will shoot at Atlanta’s Pinewood Studios.
Limitless executive producer Craig Sweeney announced today, at New York comic con 2015, that fellow executive producer and actor Bradley Cooper would be returning to the role of Senator Edward Morra later this month in an episode call ‘Side Effects May Include…’. For details, follow the jump.
Limitless (CBS, Tuesdays, 10/9C) follows up on the events of the movie of the same name, which starred Bradley Cooper as Edward Mora, a man who discovered the mindbending properties of a drug called NZT. Mindbending because it enabled him to use his brain’s full capacity.
In the series premiere, down and out musician Brian Finch (Jake McDorman) is given a single dose of the drug by a very successful friend in hopes that he will use it to make something of himself. Then the friend turns up dead and Finch is suspected of the murder.
Dan Simmons’ epic sci-fi novel Hyperion is being developed as an event series by Syfy. Bradley Cooper and Todd Phillips (22nd and Green) will executive produce with Graham King (GK Films).
Boardwalk Empire’s Itamar Moses will write the series.
The story follows seven pilgrims who set out on a quest to find the answers to the ‘unsolved riddles of their lives’ – just as the entire galaxy sits on the verge of Armageddon. For further details, follow the jump.
A romantic comedy about a military contractor, his ex and the Air Force watchdog assigned to keep him out of trouble? Nope, it’s not based on a Nicholas Sparks novel (though it does star a few alumni of Sparks-based movies).
Aloha was written and directed by Cameron Crowe. The cast includes Bradley Cooper, Rachel McAdams, Emma Stone, Danny McBride, Alec Baldwin, Bill Murray and John Krasinski. Check out the trailer after the jump – it looks like it deserves its A-list cast.
The roster of big, medium and small names who made a splash in comedy, TV and film following their appearance in Wet Hot American Summer is pretty much legendary. If you don’t believe me, you haven’t seen the movie.
Now Netflix has released a teaser for an eight-episode series reuniting (at least) fifteen of those names. Check out the teaser trailer after jump.
This evening’s advance screening of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy was notable for two things: 1 – it is, undeniably, the movie of the summer and 2 – in attendance was a very beautiful, very green young woman who, as I listened, filled her boyfriend in on the complete history of Gamora. After the movie, I asked what she thought and, yes, Guardians of the Galaxy is Gamora approved.