Tarantino’s Star Trek Is Not Aiming for an R-Rating Says Pegg

Tarantino's Star Trek Is Not Aiming for an R-Rating Says Pegg

Tarantino’s Star Trek Is Not Aiming for an R-Rating Says Pegg Is Tarantino’s Star Trek Movie movie really going to be R-rated? Not so fast. At least, if Simon Pegg is to be believed. Last December, news broke that Tarantino had pitched an idea for a Star Trek movie to J.J. Abrams, who is responsible for the most recent series of movies, and Paramount liked the idea enough to move forward with it. At the time, it was said that the movie will be R-rated, but that may not be the case. Simon Pegg has starred…

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Captain Marvel Writer Praises Marvel Studios for Dream Experience

Captain Marvel Writer Praises Marvel Studios for Dream Experience

Captain Marvel Writer Praises Marvel Studios for Dream Experience While doing press for her new Tomb Raider movie, which is currently in theaters, writer Geneva Robertson-Dworet had some high praise for Marvel Studios in writing the highly-anticipated Captain Marvel. The writer revealed that working on Captain Marvel was a “dream experience”, adding that Marvel’s structured environment was very collaborative. Here’s what the writer had to say about her experience writing Captain Marvel. “Marvel is a dream experience. It’s a very structured environment. You’re in this amazing collaborative environment, where you go in and meet with the team in person,…

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Aladdin and Moana Co-Director John Musker Retires from Disney

Aladdin and Moana Co-Director John Musker Retires from Disney

Aladdin and Moana Co-Director John Musker Retires from Disney A legend has retired from Disney. Even if you don’t know his name, John Musker surely had a hand in making some of your favorite classic Disney movies. He co-directed Aladdin, The Little Mermaid and, more recently, Moana, among other notable works for the Mouse House. However, after more than 40 years with the company, he’s decided to retire. But he’s arguably going out on top, at least as far as his work with Disney is concerned. News of John Musker’s retirement from Disney spread on social…

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Wonder Woman 2 Begins Production This June in the U.S.

Wonder Woman 2 Begins Production This June in the U.S.

Wonder Woman 2 Begins Production This June in the U.S. Shortly after Wonder Woman hit theaters last summer, director Patty Jenkins revealed that Wonder Woman 2 would be set in America, and today we have a new report that backs this up. This is a big change from the first movie, which took place in Diana Prince’s mythical homeland of Themyscira, along with various European locations during the World War I scenes and Paris in the present-day scenes. Today’s report reveals that the sequel, which has the working title of Magic Hour, will start filming this…

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