John Krasinski’s ‘A Quiet Place 2’ Release Date Moved Up

John Krasinski A Quiet PlaceIn a move that is quite uncommon in the film industry the release date for John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place 2 has been pushed up by a few months.

As you may remember, A Quiet Place was one of 2018’s biggest surprise hits. With a budget of only $17M, the John Krasinski film grossed well over $300M worldwide along with a 95% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. After the film’s success, a sequel was quickly put into the works with John Krasinski signed on to direct. But apparently, we’re going to see the film a bit earlier than expected!

According to a new report from Deadline, John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place 2 has pushed up from its release date by a few months. The report states that the film will be released on March 20th, 2020 instead of its initial release date of May 15th of 2020. Given the fact that the film will only be changed by a few months, it is highly doubtful that it will affect the quality of the upcoming film.

What do you all make of this news? Are you excited to see a sequel to A Quiet Place? Does John Krasinski have the chops to be a great director? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

The first film followed a family’s struggle to survive in a post-apocalyptic inhabited by extraterrestrial creatures with an acute sense of hearing, which forced humans to remain silent in order to avoid becoming prey. The story concluded with Emily Blunt’s Evelyn Abbot preparing to take on the creatures as they invaded the home she took shelter in with her children and husband (who sacrificed himself to save his family) after discovering a way to defeat them.

A Quiet Place 2 is currently scheduled to be released in theaters on March 20th, 2020.

Source: Deadline

Sony’s ‘Masters Of The Universe’ Character Lineup Revealed (Exclusive)

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Masters of the UniverseSony is set to take a stab at turning He-Man and the Masters of the Universe into their next big franchise and Heroic Hollywood has learned which characters the studio is currently looking to cast in the film.

Noah Centineo has been cast in the lead role as He-Man himself in Masters of the Universe which will be based on the Mattel franchise of the same name.

Sony's Masters of the Universe centers on the conflict between He-Man, the secret identity of Prince Adam, and the villainous sorcerer Skeletor on the planet Eternia. The franchise previously spawned an animated TV series that ran from 1983 to 1985 and 1987 live-action film starring Dolph Lundgren.

The Nee Brothers, Adam, and Aaron Nee are directing the reboot from a script written by Iron Man writers Art Marcum and Matt Holloway. Sony’s Matthew Milam will oversee the project for the studio and Mattel is a partner on the film. Escape Artists’ Todd Black, Jason Blumenthal, and Steve Tisch are producing alongside Franklin Entertainment’s DeVon Franklin. While David S. Goyer previously in talks to direct the film, he remains on board the project as an executive producer and screenwriter.

With Sony's Masters of the Universe film finally coming to fruition and set to begin filming this summer after years in development, we've learned which characters the studio is currently to cast for the project. You can hit the jump to find out which characters you can expect to appear in the film opposite Noah Centineo's He-Man below.

Skeletor

Masters of the Universe

Of course. How could Sony's Masters of the Universe movie not include the most dangerous threat to Eternia?

While details are slim, the studio is looking for a male actor in his 40s to take on the role of Skeletor, He-Man's most dangerous antagonist who won't rest until he has the secrets of Castle Grayskull which would allow him to become the master of the universe.

King Randor

Masters of the Universe

The head of Eternia's government and descendent of King Grayskull who now reigns over Eternia. The noble King is also the father of both He-Man and She-Ra.

Details on what kind of actor the studio is looking to cast for the male character have yet to be revealed.

Teela

Masters of the Universe

Sony is looking for an actress in her 20s to take on the role of Teela.

Teela is one of the earliest Masters of the Universe characters developed. She is the Captain of the Royal Guard at the Palace of Eternos and often assists He-Man in his battles, although she has no idea He-Man is actually the alter-ego of Prince Adam.

Zodak

Masters of the Universe

Lastly, we have Zodak. Details on what type of actor the studio is looking to cast for the male character are still under wraps.

Zodak is an immortal Eternian and an opponent of the Snake Men after living during the prehistoric conflicts between the Ancients and the Snake Men. The character was originally developed as a reworking of the Zodac character from the 1980s but has since come into his own within Masters of the Universe lore.

Are you excited to see a Masters of the Universe film? Are these the characters you'd like to see in the film? Share your thoughts below!

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  • Clownprinceoftrolls

    😂😂😂 oh how unexpected.. dc catching Ls all over.. if wb didnt own part of cw a lot of others would be to lmao. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/99f784cb5b0d26b8680d564fa2610548c2146ac813d8bb2c94c8ea0704107236.gif

    • Bill

      Uh you do know that if Disney didn’t own abc, agents of shield wouldn’t have made it past the first season

      • Clownprinceoftrolls

        yeah they own netflix as well huh lmao

        • Jett Batmanonfilm

          You do realize that TV networks rely on advertising money, right? They have much higher expectations for viewership then streaming services dumb a$s. Plus all of the DC/CW stuff is on Netflix…

          • Clownprinceoftrolls
          • Jett Batmanonfilm

            Wonder Woman’s arm pit hair gets more attention then the MCU.

          • Axxell

            LOL! Suuure…

            XD

          • Clownprinceoftrolls

            UPDATE:
            Shortly we after we published the original report on the extensive Justice League reshoots, our source contacted us to offer further clarification:

            “There are more reshoots COMING SOON. There have been a bunch but they’re going to do MORE.”
            The clarification was necessary because initial conversations made it unclear whether or not Warner Bros. was finally done overhauling the film. Now we know that, in addition to reshoots and on-the-spot rewrites, the studio has scheduled even additional photography to help get the final product into tip top shape.

            ORIGINAL STORY:
            Justice League fans, we’ve got some big stuff to share with you here. But before we get started, let’s make a couple of things crystal clear:

            Yes, we know reshoots are a normal part of every major film’s production cycle. Those kinds of run-of-the-mill business-as-usual reshoots are not what this story is about.
            We are, by no means, inferring that this means doom or gloom for the DCEU tentpole. There are plenty of films that have been given serious facelifts in recent history that went on to be pretty damn good, so none of this is meant to say “Grab on tight! JUSTICE LEAGUE is gonna take you on an express train to Suckville!“
            Which brings us to some really interesting news we’ve just received from one of our highly trusted sources…

            We’re hearing that Justice League has undergone some serious reshoots.

            [Quick Note on Our Source: This is the same person that informed us of how extensive the reshoots for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story ended up being- which we broke when we worked elsewhere, and this person is so intimately connected to the Justice League production that they told us about Ben Affleck’s visit to rehab weeks before the star publicly acknowledged his personal struggles. Even as we tried to verify the Affleck story, with several people saying there was no truth to it, this source was adamant that the Batman star was seeking help for an alcohol problem. We didn’t run the story, because we’re not a celebrity gossip site, but when Affleck eventually revealed his rehab stint to the world, it only cemented our faith in this source, and confirmed that they’re very close to the situation.]

            So about the serious reshoots…Initially, we shrugged. “So? All these kinds of movies do. That’s totally normal. Who cares?” That was our attitude about it, and we asked them what was so special about what was going on with Justice League. We specifically asked if it was the standard kinds of pick-ups and reshoots that these films typically require, or if they were the kind that were going to change the film in a major way. They responded that the changes being made to the film were “significant.”

            Okay. Vague.

            “How significant?” we asked.

            Speaking on a condition of anonymity, they said that in the 17 months between the start of principal photography and the final cut arriving in theaters in November that the film will have essentially been “remade…twice.”

            They refused to offer any further details, but they said that Warner Bros. is really putting everything it has into overhauling the movie. Apparently, they didn’t like what they were seeing and so the film has had a lot of work put into trying to make it better while on its way towards its November 2017 release.

            Again, this can all be for the best. As a fan of these characters and stories, we’re all pulling for a badass movie.

            😂😂😯

      • Clownprinceoftrolls

        UPDATE:
        Shortly we after we published the original report on the extensive Justice League reshoots, our source contacted us to offer further clarification:

        “There are more reshoots COMING SOON. There have been a bunch but they’re going to do MORE.”
        The clarification was necessary because initial conversations made it unclear whether or not Warner Bros. was finally done overhauling the film. Now we know that, in addition to reshoots and on-the-spot rewrites, the studio has scheduled even additional photography to help get the final product into tip top shape.

        ORIGINAL STORY:
        Justice League fans, we’ve got some big stuff to share with you here. But before we get started, let’s make a couple of things crystal clear:

        Yes, we know reshoots are a normal part of every major film’s production cycle. Those kinds of run-of-the-mill business-as-usual reshoots are not what this story is about.
        We are, by no means, inferring that this means doom or gloom for the DCEU tentpole. There are plenty of films that have been given serious facelifts in recent history that went on to be pretty damn good, so none of this is meant to say “Grab on tight! JUSTICE LEAGUE is gonna take you on an express train to Suckville!“
        Which brings us to some really interesting news we’ve just received from one of our highly trusted sources…

        We’re hearing that Justice League has undergone some serious reshoots.

        [Quick Note on Our Source: This is the same person that informed us of how extensive the reshoots for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story ended up being- which we broke when we worked elsewhere, and this person is so intimately connected to the Justice League production that they told us about Ben Affleck’s visit to rehab weeks before the star publicly acknowledged his personal struggles. Even as we tried to verify the Affleck story, with several people saying there was no truth to it, this source was adamant that the Batman star was seeking help for an alcohol problem. We didn’t run the story, because we’re not a celebrity gossip site, but when Affleck eventually revealed his rehab stint to the world, it only cemented our faith in this source, and confirmed that they’re very close to the situation.]

        So about the serious reshoots…Initially, we shrugged. “So? All these kinds of movies do. That’s totally normal. Who cares?” That was our attitude about it, and we asked them what was so special about what was going on with Justice League. We specifically asked if it was the standard kinds of pick-ups and reshoots that these films typically require, or if they were the kind that were going to change the film in a major way. They responded that the changes being made to the film were “significant.”

        Okay. Vague.

        “How significant?” we asked.

        Speaking on a condition of anonymity, they said that in the 17 months between the start of principal photography and the final cut arriving in theaters in November that the film will have essentially been “remade…twice.”

        They refused to offer any further details, but they said that Warner Bros. is really putting everything it has into overhauling the movie. Apparently, they didn’t like what they were seeing and so the film has had a lot of work put into trying to make it better while on its way towards its November 2017 release.

        Again, this can all be for the best. As a fan of these characters and stories, we’re all pulling for a badass movie.

        😂

  • Clownprinceoftrolls maybe should consider getting an actual life lmao

    • Joseph Chaisson

      CPoT- is hilarious, his comments are more than welcome here.

  • AlphaBlu

    And the most obvious cancellation of the season goes to…

  • Darthmanwe

    I honestly thought that they had already cancelled it like 2 weeks ago?

  • Axxell

    Shame that the fanboys who used to take every opportunity to predict Agents of SHIELD would be cancelled after the first season haven’t been around for a while…

  • Joseph Chaisson

    They played it safe with this series. So much potential… But I guess that’s DC for you.