M. Night Shyamalan reveals the first poster for Glass, his Unbreakable-Split crossover movie.
Star Wars news for the week of June 29, 2018 The purpose of this roundup is to put all the Star Wars news from the week of June 8, 2018 in one location. If you read this each week, you should be able to converse fluently with any fan on everything from the latest Star Wars developments to the latest toys. And maybe you’ll even share with them something that they might have missed. Let’s get to it! Solo: A Star Wars Story News and Rumors The exclusive 4K/Blu-ray/digital home video release of has been unveiled! Deets are still forthcoming, but I spy some Art Of concept art in the booklet, just like Target’s exclusive from earlier this year — Phil Szostak (@PhilSzostak) Ron Howard Doesn’t Believe Those Star Wars Spinoff Rumors, Either — Comic Book Resources (@CBR) Solo’s Jonathan Kasdan to script Indiana Jones 5! — ComingSoon.net by Mandatory (@comingsoonnet) Standalone News and Rumors Lucasfilm “licking their wounds” but not halting development — Hollywood Reporter (@THR) Episode IX News and Rumors Ewan McGregor Rumored to Return As Obi-Wan in Star Wars: Episode IX — Comic Book Resources (@CBR) Television News and Rumors Rey and Finn attempt to outrun the First Order in a dangerous chase across Starkiller Base. Watch Star Wars : “Perilous Pursuit.” — Star Wars (@starwars) Bring home the fourth and final season of July 31. — Star Wars (@starwars) Around the Web Han Solo’s ‘Return of the Jedi’ blaster sells for $550K at auction — Hollywood Reporter (@THR) Natalie Portman taking a selfie with a Stormtrooper at Disneyland is what dreams are made of. — That Film Girl, Britt. (@brittbarnim) Mark Hamill Talks To IGN About Luke’s Portrayal In ‘The Last Jedi’ – — Jedi News (@JediNewsUK) Redesigned launched today. Congrats to the team! Give it a whirl. — Chris Argyropoulos (@ThatChrisA) In the – NOIn the – Luke wouldn’t fight a hero, but if asked to do so, he could cut it into a million little pieces. — Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) Such an amazing day being back at my old school training with these amazing kids. Thank you to Oliver Goldsmith primary school for having me back — John Boyega (@JohnBoyega) Benicio Del Toro wants more and movies — Variety (@Variety) From “The Usual Suspects” to “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” Benicio Del Toro has been a strikingly economical actor, averaging an unusually high ratio of memorable moments to minutes on screen — New York Times Arts (@nytimesarts) Exclusive: ‘Solo’ scribe Jonathan Kasdan writing ‘Indiana Jones 5’ for Steven Spielberg. — Collider (@Collider) directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Harrison Ford has been pushed back by months, perhaps even a year — Deadline Hollywood (@DEADLINE) Books The future Grand Admiral meets Anakin Skywalker in this excerpt from Thrawn: Alliances. — Star Wars (@starwars) And while you’re there, check out this amazing variant on the Thrawn: Alliances cover art, which is going to be the cover for the San Diego Comic Con Exclusive edition of the book. Long time no see, Anakin! — Star Wars Books (@DelReyStarWars) Comics Neue Variantcover von und für den 18.07.2018. — Jedi-Bibliothek (@JediBibliothek) Video Games Amy Hennig Has Left Electronic Arts, Says ‘Star Wars’ Game Is “On The Shelf” – — Jedi News (@JediNewsUK) Attractions is celebrating its 10th anniversary at , and we’ve got all the details! Plus, comedian , ‘s new exclusive, and a deep dive into Rodians. This and more, on The ! — Star Wars (@starwars) is making the blaster fire at : Galaxy’s Edge’ extremely lifelike — HitFix on UPROXX (@HitFixUPROXX) Collecting STOP THE PRESS: The latest release from the Star Wars™ | Po-Zu co-branded footwear range.This is how we roll, R2D2 style. Launched for pre-order, for dispatch at the end of August 2018, with global shipping. — Po-Zu Shoes (@Po_Zu) . – part of the Funko family – is back at with some amazing totes and backpacks for , , and : — SDCC Unofficial Blog (@SD_Comic_Con) Hallmark: No ‘Star Wars’ Limited Quantity In-Store Exclusive This Year – — Jedi News (@JediNewsUK) GameStop Exclusive Black Series Shock Trooper Helmet — Yakface (@yak_face) Gentle Giant Ltd: Exclusive Jedi Luke Skywalker Mini Bust!. has announced another cool exclusive. Click through for images and information on the light up ! — Rebelscum.com (@rebelscumnews) Some great loose shots of the 6” Black Series Captain Phasma (Quicksilver Baton) figure via obsessivecollectingdisorder — Yakface (@yak_face) Here is a look at our exclusive Luke Skywalker (Jedi Knight) mini bust with the lightsaber illuminated! Today is the LAST DAY for Premiere Guild members to pre-order him. After today you will have to pick him up at booth 3513! — Gentle Giant Ltd (@GentleGiantLTD) The post appeared first on .
Warning: SPOILERS for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom!Like most blockbuster films nowadays, has an , but it's a weak one that tells fans nothing new and doesn't stoke the desire to return for the third chapter of the trilogy.The J.A. Bayona-directed blockbuster continues the franchise reboot begun in by Colin Trevorrow, who co-wrote Fallen Kingdom and will . Trevorrow's master plan revolves around bringing the dinosaurs into the real world to cause havoc while shady military forces and rogue governments seek to weaponize the dinosaurs. To accomplish this, Jurassic World 2 severs its ties to Jurassic Park by destroying the island of Isla Nublar and the theme park it contained. The dinosaurs are brought into the United States where they are . However, one pivotal dinosaur, the Mosasaurus, escapes into the ocean long before the island is destroyed by a volcanic eruption.Related: In the end, the are released into the wild by the films' heroes Owen Grady (Chris Pratt), Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard), and Maisie Lockwood (Isabella Sermon). Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom ends with a montage of the dinosaurs invading Northern California and points beyond: the T-Rex finds its way into a zoo, the Velociraptor Blue finds a small town to terrorize, and the Mosasaurus begins eating unsuspecting surfers near an undisclosed beach. All of this occurs as reiterates his dire warnings - which he's been saying since 1993 - and welcoming everyone to what's now a Jurassic World.There are so many strands for to play with, but it winds up being a huge letdown. The clip shows that the Pteranodons have flown to Las Vegas, landing at the top of the Eiffel Tower on the Strip. The implication is the winged dinosaurs are now about to attack the unsuspecting Vegas vacationers and chaos will ensue.The problem here is that there's nothing new in that stinger: the Pteranodons debuted in Jurassic World III in 2001, terrorizing the humans led by Dr. Alan Grant (Sam Neill). They were then a huge part of the chaos in Jurassic World; flocks of them were released when the Indominus Rex crashed into their Aviary and they attacked the human guests of the park - one Pteranodon memorably snatched Claire's assistant Zara (Katie McGrath) into the air and both were eaten by the Mosasaurus. The implication in the end-credits scene is that the Pteranodons will now start doing the same aerial snatch-and-grabs to people in Vegas, but fans have seen it all before, and the threat is so slight.The was likely chosen to illustrate "how far" the dinosaurs have managed to travel - they made it all the way to Vegas! Except this is totally undercut by the montage closing the film that some of the living dinosaurs and the embryos purchased at auction have made it to different parts of the world - therefore "all the way to Vegas" doesn't seem that impressive anymore.Related: A much better choice for the end-credits scene would have been the moment the Mosasaurus emerged from beneath the waves and went after the surfers. Colin Trevorrow was frustrated that this shot was and, in this case, the filmmaker is right; it's arguably the film's most powerful visual of a dinosaur loose in the world. Not only should this eye-popping moment have been kept under wraps, it should have been swapped so that the Pteranodons in Vegas was part of the ending montage.The Mosasaurus hadn't been seen since the opening scene of the film, so this would have that unnerving extension effect: nature is really fighting back. Considering how much , it's a major missed opportunity.Next: The post appeared first on
Kevin Feige says Doctor Strange 2 will happen, but the question of when may be tougher to answer.
Like most teen dramas, Gossip Girl had more than its fair share of couples. Considering the series followed a group of friends from high school to post-college careers, romance was inevitable. For a series on the CW, relationship drama is also a sure thing for most, if not all, couples.With some couples, it was a relief when the two characters got together. With others in the series based on the books by Cecily von Ziegesar, it was not. Instead, in some cases, relationships hurt the show drastically.In Gossip Girl's case, sometimes a couple is good at the beginning. You root for the characters to get together and sit through the inevitable conflict, even if it's clearly unnecessary.You watch the couple breakup and find new love interests. Yet, you still want to see a reunion – at least until something happens that makes a reconciliation seemingly impossible.For example, a big series finale reveal should have led to everyone hating a certain character, not a wedding. Fortunately, not all the series' couples were awful. Some were a downright delight, maybe they were a fan favorite couple, simply better than the others or they brought a new dynamic to the show. With at least one pairing, it was a relief that the series took that step from friends to more for a little while.In at least one case, having two characters get (and stay) together was the right move. It meant the end of unnecessary drama and the will-they-won't-they aspect of their relationship.Here are the 10 Couples That Hurt Gossip Girl (And 10 That Saved It). The post appeared first on
Yahya Abdul-Mateen II & Sara Vickers join Watchmen cast reports that Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (Aquaman, The Get Down, The Handmaid’s Tale) and Sara Vickers (Endeavour, The Alienist, The Crown) have joined the Damon Lindelof’s Watchmen pilot for HBO. The announcement comes after yesterday’s news that Sleepy Hollow’s Tom Mison had also . Originally published as a 12-issue miniseries beginning in 1986, Watchmen quickly become one of sequential art’s most acclaimed stories. The original story centers on a murder-mystery before unfolding into a planet-altering conspiracy that ultimately asks where the fine line is drawn between heroes and villains. In to fans, Lindelof made it clear that the Watchmen series won’t be an adaptation of the comics, but an original story with new faces and unknown characters introduced into the universe that he intends to remix. The pilot is already made up of an ensemble cast that includes Jeremy Irons (Justice League), Regina King (The Leftovers), Don Johnson (Django Unchained), Louis Gossett Jr. (Hap and Leonard), Tim Blake Nelson (Colossal), Adelaide Clemens (Rectify), Andrew Howard (Bates Motel), Frances Fisher (Masters of Sex), Jacob Ming-Trent (White Famous), and Tom Mison. Since the film’s release, DC Comics released an extensive “Before Watchmen” comic line, telling stories from the pasts of the central characters. More recently, DC Comics has made efforts to integrate Watchmen into the broader DC Multiverse with their Doomsday Clock series. Lindelof serves as creator, writer, showrunner, and executive producer on the Watchmen series, with Tom Spezialy also executive producing. Nicole Kassell will executive produce and direct the pilot. The post appeared first on .
stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul both say they would be glad to appear on the spinoff if creator Vince Gilligan asked. With Breaking Bad currently celebrating its 10th anniversary, an event , fans are once again wondering if they will ever see Walter White or Jesse Pinkman pop up on the spinoff series Better Call Saul.Numerous Breaking Bad characters have already crossed over to Better Call Saul, which is getting set to enter its fourth season on AMC. The spinoff's main character Saul Goodman aka Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk), of course, was a big part of Breaking Bad, serving as Walter White's attorney/fixer, as was main supporting character Mike Ehrmantraut (Jonathan Banks). Last year, Better Call Saul Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito), who has now become central to the spinoff story. Other characters have also crossed over for appearances big and small, including Hector Salamanca (Mark Margolis), Tuco Salamanca (Raymond Cruz), Lawson (Jim Beaver) and Krazy-8 (Max Arciniega).Related: But, of course, the two characters fans most want to see cross over are chemistry teacher turned meth kingpin Walter White (Cranston) and his on-again/off-again accomplice Jesse Pinkman (Paul). Speaking to as part of the Breaking Bad 10th anniversary cover issue, Cranston and Paul both said they would be ready and willing to hop aboard Better Call Saul if series creator Vince Gilligan put out the call. Paul said:"My attitude towards it is the same I had from when Better Call Saul first started. If Vince decided to put Jesse in Better Call Saul, it’s going to be for a reason, and that reason’s going to be very satisfying for me. I trust in Vince. I don’t think he would just do that to satisfy the fans. It would have a purpose, and whether or not he decides to find that purpose or searches for the purpose, I don’t know. But if he does find that purpose, I’m happy to jump on board.”And for his part Cranston echoed Paul's words:“If he asked, I would just say yes. [Vince] takes such meticulous care of his characters and the story, and he changed our lives. ‘Yes’ is the answer. Even if it’s just a brush-by. A quick little something. We’ve come to know people who we’ve seen before but we don’t know that we’ve seen them before, because we were in the store and we just passed by them. Or we might even have a word or two. ‘Oh no, please go ahead.’ ‘Thank you for holding the door.’ And then five years later, you would never remember that. So something as minuscule as that could be very interesting in the fabric of the whole thing.”With Better Call Saul getting set to enter its fourth season, it's entirely possible that Paul or Cranston - or both - have already filmed appearances in secret that audiences will soon get to see. Indeed, series creator Vince Gilligan has already teased that more . It would be just like Gilligan to keep a lid on a Walter White or Jesse Pinkman appearance and spring it on the audience at some random moment. Of course, any appearance by White or Pinkman would involve their pre-Breaking Bad incarnations, as Better Call Saul is still a long way from catching up with the events of the original series.One radical - but highly unlikely - idea for how to incorporate Walt, Jesse, and other Breaking Bad characters into Better Call Saul would be for the spinoff to completely catch up with the events of the original show and actually retell some or all of the story from Saul Goodman's point-of-view. Besides being a dream scenario for fans, such a move would also represent a daring narrative experiment. Perhaps fans will learn more about plans for future Breaking Bad/Better Call Saul crossover appearances when the Breaking Bad cast at next month's SDCC.More: Source: The post appeared first on
Marvel will stay make origin movies in the future, but not every hero will get one.
Amazon is aiming to attract younger viewers by ordering pilots for young adult TV shows College, Panic, and The Wilds. While young adult entertainment had been around for sometime, Amazon's latest decision to jump on board potentially positions them to compete with Netflix and the CW - both who have found explosive success in the young adult shows they have decided to offer and stand behind.Amazon has been making a name for itself in the entertainment industry providing streaming content through its Prime Video service. Success has been relatively found in the Amazon Studios films they have financed and released, such as Wonderstruck, Last Flag Flying and - many having the opportunity to showcase at festivals throughout the year. In recent years, as with Netflix and Hulu, Amazon has begun to branch out and create their own original content. , The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, and are only a small sampling of the vast library of shows that have streamed on prime video - yet none made for a younger target audience.Related: reports that Amazon Studios has ordered TV pilots for three Panic, The Wilds, and College, thus allowing the company to enter the young adult sphere, something that appears to be a priority for new studio head Jennifer Salke. While all will be written by an up-and-coming female writer, each seem to encapsulate a different part of what attracts young adult viewers.Panic, based on Lauren Oliver's New York Times best-selling novel, is a -esque story featuring a deadly high stakes game where graduating seniors compete, resulting in one winner's life being changed forever. The Wilds brings the challenges of growing up female front and center in a social experiment surrounding a group of teenagers on a remote island as they discover themselves and each other. College gives viewers a look at six roommates surviving college and each other, providing viewers with a peek into the current challenges facing a new generation. With three potential new series on the table, Amazon is hoping to strike gold.While YA programming, both in cinemas and on television, is nothing new, recent successes have proven the continued desire for more - something Amazon has been missing from their rapport of original content. With the success of shows like , , and The Vampire Diaries, this was a target audience Amazon was missing out on, yet one they are primed to attract. It's unclear when the pilots will air, but considering Amazon's sudden push into the space, it stands to reason that they will come sooner rather than later.Next: Source: The post appeared first on
Former "American Idol" champ Taylor Hicks says he had inside information about who was getting eliminated each week when he was on the show -- and says he wasn't the only one. Taylor was on WJOX radio Friday in Birmingham,…
Straight after comes . The sequel to 2017's , Jon Watts' follow-up is the second film in the Marvel-Sony deal to share the character, and will see Peter Parker leave New York City behind for Europe on a summer vacation. Tom Holland is back as Peter Parker, and he's set to go up against a major chunk of Spidey's rogue's gallery, including Michael Keaton's Vulture and Jake Gyllenhaal's Mysterio.Release Date: July 5, 2019Confirmed Cast: Tom HollandDirector: Jon WattsWriters: Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers The post appeared first on
Hugh Dane -- who played the popular security guard on "The Office" -- died from pancreatic cancer ... this according to his death certificate. According to the doc -- obtained by TMZ -- Hugh Anthony Dane died on May 16, 2018 at 10:56 PM at his home in…
Despite constant rumors, Marvel's Kevin Feige assures fans he's not going to work for Lucasfilm.
Just how many times have movies and TV shows referenced DC's superheroes? Over in the comics, there's a rich tradition of each publisher subtly referencing the other. These are partly just Easter eggs for the readers, but they're also because writers and artists tend to jump between the two companies. One of the more amusing recent examples was in February this year, when artist Mike Deodato, Jr. as though he's part of the Marvel multiverse.The movies and TV shows, however, are a lot more cautious and careful about referencing one another's properties. There are exceptions; Fox's was meta-aware, and made several brilliant . But, in general, the various superhero cinematic universes don't like to acknowledge one another's existence...Related: Which makes the handful of references all the more interesting. Here, we'll collect all the DC references that you can find in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. They're few-and-far-between, but they're certainly fun.Super FriendsCuriously enough, the only explicit references in the canon to date have been two nods to the Super Friends animated TV series, which ran on ABC from 1973 to 1986. The term is used as a throwaway reference to various different team-ups; in , for example, Happy Hogan refers to the Avengers as Iron Man's "super friends." There's a similar reference in , with Luke quipping that he isn't looking for "super friends." Of course, the term is back in vogue now, in large part due to the musical episode of - which actually featured a song called "Super Friends."Spider-Man: Homecoming's Interrogation ModeThere's one particularly entertaining reference in , when Peter activates the "Enhanced Interrogation Protocol." Hilariously, this leads to Spider-Man's voice being distorted electronically in a manner that's reminiscent of Christian Bale's voice in the Nolan Trilogy.Luke Cage and Superman has been highlighting a number of what they believe to be Superman references in the first two seasons of . These are a little more arguable, open to interpretation rather than being explicit. Den of Geek point out that the first trailer for Luke Cage's first season opened with Luke stopping a car with his bare hands, something they suggested this was subtly evocative of Action Comics #1, which featured Superman lifting a car.Interestingly enough, Luke Cage has pretty much the same powerset as the original, Golden Age Superman, who also acted as something of a community champion a lot of the time. If Luke is indeed a vague parallel for a Golden Age Superman, then the scene in Season 2 where he emerges from the water may be a subtle nod to Superman's near-death from drowning in .More: The post appeared first on
Leaked concept art has given viewers their best look yet at for the next Marvel movie. It's no surprise seeing the hero get a new costume, given every blockbuster superhero film is an opportunity to sell new merchandise. But this costume is clearly unlike anything we've seen in the MCU to date.This time around, Captain America wears a version of his costume that's remarkably comic-book-accurate. You can even see the distinctive scales, which have previously been ignored by the MCU. It's a classic costume, one viewers had given up on seeing translated to the big screen. There's even the distinctive Avengers logo on each shoulder.Related: But just where did Captain America get this particular costume from? Fair disclaimer, it's believed of some kind, perhaps even involving the creation of alternate timelines. This costume could easily originate from one of these different realities. But it could just as easily be part of our reality. Assuming that's the case, what does it actually mean?Steve Rogers' unkempt look in signified the fact he's been on the run for two years, one of the most wanted men on the planet. It looks as though that's changed; in the aftermath of Thanos' "snap", the Avengers have stepped out of the shadows. Black Widow is no longer disguising her red hair, and Steve Rogers has adopted the identity of Captain America once again. If the logo's anything to go by, the heroes are even calling themselves the Avengers once more.The saw half the life in the universe turned to ash in an instant. This will have left the Earth in chaos, with half of humanity erased - not just random people, but pilots flying aircraft, doctors treating patients, political leaders in the middle of tense negotiations. The chaos will have been indescribable. Captain America has always been a symbol first and foremost; Rogers's World War II outfit was designed as a PR stunt, and his look in was deliberately "old-fashioned." No doubt this latest design is intended to inspire in a similar manner, hence the bright colorscheme, the deliberately creative concept with scales, and the prominence of the logos.It's worth noting that this is just promotional art, so it's possible Steve Rogers will don a different suit. What's more, no leaked set photos have shown Chris Evans wearing this costume, so it may not be his standard getup during Avengers 4.More: The post appeared first on
Netflix has released the first trailer for Father of the Year, the latest offering from Happy Madison.
Lucasfilm has needed to dramatically alter their plans for 2020, and that could be for the best moving forward. When Disney acquired the studio back in 2012, it was announced Lucasfilm would release annual tentpoles, similar to their Mouse House brethren Pixar and Marvel. The first few years of the renaissance went about as well as anyone could have hoped, with , , and combining to . However, the hot streak came to a screeching halt this summer when Solo failed commercially.In the aftermath of this unprecedented event, Lucasfilm is apparently taking their foot off the gas pedal so they can reevaluate some things before launching a new slate. Rumors suggest for the time being, while officially announced projects like Rian Johnson's new trilogy continue to forge ahead. At one point, Lucasfilm was set to celebrate the start of a new decade in style, but now they could be sitting 2020 on the sidelines.What Were Lucasfilm's 2020 Plans?Lucasfilm never confirmed a Star Wars movie for 2020, but the general assumption for a while was that a third entry in the anthology series would hit the big screen that year. The much-speculated Obi-Wan spinoff was deemed the likeliest candidate, especially when word got out it was aiming . Last year, this particular project started to gain traction when director Stephen Daldry reportedly became attached, and , indicating it was far along in pre-production.Related: What Disney and Lucasfilm did have on the schedule, however, was . A fifth adventure for the world famous archeologist (with Steven Spielberg and Harrison Ford back in the fold), originally for a 2019 release. It was later , which made the possibility of a Star Wars movie that year less likely. Lucasfilm never premiered new Star Wars and Indy installments in the same year, so a prevailing theory was that Indiana Jones 5 was going to be the studio's big 2020 tentpole and keep the machine chugging while they plotted the next course for the galaxy far, far away. Unfortunately, things aren't going to turn out this way due to a variety of factors.Staying with Indiana Jones 5, it was recently reported , likely causing it to miss its 2020 debut. The reasoning for this seems to stem from the script, which was originally written by longtime Spielberg collaborator David Koepp. Apparently, the higher-ups aren't fans of what he turned in, calling upon and pen the screenplay. Because of the difficulties cracking the story, Lucasfilm is opting to take their time, which is a smart call. Spielberg and Ford are said to remain committed, though Spielberg may move on to one of his many other in-development projects in the interim. As of now, Indiana Jones 5 is still going to happen, it's just a matter of when the time is right.As for Star Wars, the situation is fairly more complex. Obi-Wan was allegedly going through problems even before Solo tanked at the box office, . There's even word that , so it may never have intended to be a theatrical tentpole to begin with. to reflect Solo's worldwide gross, though it's difficult to say what is and isn't accurate about these films since Lucasfilm has always remained silent on this front. Even if more individual character spinoffs eventually movie forward, it doesn't look like anything will be ready to take that 2020 slot. And that may not be the worst thing in the world.Page 2: The post appeared first on
producer Andrew Form says John Krasinski will definitely be involved with the sequel, which is now in development. The former star of the U.S. version of The Office directed, cowrote, and produced the horror/thriller, in addition to starring as one of the four main characters in the film. Paramount announced that it back at CinemaCon in April, but refrained from revealing the creatives that are involved with the sequel, much less anything about the movie's plot.Given what happens to Krasinski's character near the end of A Quiet Place, it's safe to assume he won't appear in the followup unless takes place at the same time or before the first movie. Krasinski, for his part, has discussed some of his ideas for the sequel before, and mentioned that in the world overrun by sound-sensitive monsters established by its predecessor. However, the actor/filmmaker has declined to confirm his involvement with the project, up until this point.Related: Form recently spoke to as part of the promotional campaign for A Quiet Place's Blu-ray release next month, and told the site that Krasinski is "definitely involved" with the sequel. However, he also indicated that it might be awhile before there's a firm update on A Quiet Place 2, since he and the sequel's other creatives are taking their time to figure its story out:“It’s such a special movie to us, the experience and everything. It’s easy to rush these and we’ve made movies in the past where we’ve rushed them through and we’ve felt it, and we just don’t wanna do it on this one. We really don’t. We really just wanna take our time and as long as it takes, it takes. It hasto be the right story, just like the first one. It just has to be.”There are certainly many directions that Krasinski and his collaborators could take on A Quiet Place 2. They could elect to make the franchise into an anthology series (a la fellow Paramount franchise ), where each film takes place in the same universe, but focuses on different characters and story genres. Alternatively, A Quiet Place 2 could pick up some time after , which set the stage for humankind to fight back against the world's monstrous invaders.Whatever form A Quiet Place 2 takes, it's good to know the sequel isn't being rushed down the pipeline in order to make a release date. It's similarly encouraging to hear that Krasinski is involved in some capacity, whatever his role in the film's development winds up being. Many horror properties lend themselves to quick turn-around periods between installments and having different filmmakers come in and experiment with their formula (see slasher franchises like , for example), but A Quiet Place doesn't really feel like one of them.MORE: A Quiet Place is now available in Digital HD. It will be released on Blu-ray on Tuesday, July 10.Source: The post appeared first on