Hollywould: ‘Spider-Man,’ ‘Ghostbusters,’ and ‘Paranormal Activity’
The film and television business moves at a mile a minute, so keeping up with the latest news can be a little daunting. Not to worry—we have your back. In Hollywould, we’ll round up the industry developments you need to know. Here’s what you may have missed:
Speaking with CinemaBlend, Kevin Feige said a crossover between Spider-Man and Venom “seems likely,” but the ball’s in Sony’s court:
“I think probably it’s up to Sony. Sony has both those characters and, has Venom in their world. I don’t know what their plans are for another Venom or if they’re doing that. But it seems likely at some point.”
According to Collider, Jamie Lee Curtis will return for Blumhouse’s sequel to Halloween. Filming starts after Labor Day, and the release is scheduled for October 16, 2020.
In an interview with Gamespot, Dan Aykroyd gushed about Jason Reitman’s sequel and its connection to the first film:
“Jason came up with this idea, which is just so good, everybody got it right away and understood. It will connect, better than anything, to the first movie. That’s about all I can say about it, but the two movies will connect, in a way that hasn’t been done before. In a way that hasn’t been done before.”
The King’s Man
The upcoming Kingsman prequel has a new punny title: The King’s Man.
Next year, we go back to where it all began. Meet The King’s Man, in theatres February 2020. pic.twitter.com/Ud05S4Z3pR
— The King's Man (@KingsmanMovie) June 19, 2019
The Paranormal Activity franchise will see its seventh installment soon, according to Coming Soon. Blumhouse’s Jason Blum will produce.
According to That Hashtag Show, Ludi Lin is Marvel’s current frontrunner for Shang-Chi. Additionally, Donnie Yen is under consideration for an undisclosed role.
We Got This Covered reports a “source” claims Warner Brothers wants James Gunn to direct the next Justice League film.
Meet the Mind Flayer in the final trailer for Stranger Things season 3:
Mysterio becomes an Avenger in a new trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home:
— Tom Holland China (@TomHollandChina) June 18, 2019
It’s Mark Twain via Shia LaBeouf in The Peanut Butter Falcon: