January 12, 2018
The Week in Movie News: Golden Globes Winners, Black Widow and Kitty Pryde Go Solo and More
Need a quick recap on the past week in movie news? Here are the highlights:
Marvel’s Black Widow movie is moving forward: Fans wishing for a Black Widow solo movie are in luck, as Marvel has put the wheels further in motion and hired TiMER filmmaker Jac Schaeffer to write the screenplay. Read more here.
X-Men’s Kitty Pryde is getting a solo movie: Another female superhero based on Marvel Comics is getting her own solo movie, too, as Deadpool director Tim Miller was revealed to be developing a project for X-Men character Kitty Pryde. Read more here.
Insidious could cross over with Sinister: Maybe crossovers aren’t that shocking anymore, especially if they involve horror franchises from the same producer, but the news that Insidious and Sinister might be put together is still a pleasant surprise. Read more here.
Lady Bird and Three Billboards win big at Golden Globes: One of the biggest awards ceremonies of the season happened this week, as the Golden Globes celebrated Lady Bird and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri with Best Picture honors. Find the rest of the winners here and our highlights from the show here.
The influence of James Bond on Black Panther: We talked to Black Panther director Ryan Coogler, who discussed the movie’s 007 influences, its ’70s thriller tone, representation and of course post-credits stinger. Read the conversation here.
The ABCs of Black Panther: Speaking of Marvel’s upcoming superhero movie, tickets for which are now on sale, Screen Rant put together a handy alphabetical guide to Black Panther. Watch it below and see more cool culture inspired by the movie here.
Teen Titans Go! To the Movies puts cartoon superheroes on the big screen: DC superheroes come in many forms, including the amusing animated versions of the Teen Titans from Cartoon Network, now heading to theaters. Watch its first trailer here:
Blockers promises a raunchy night out: The first trailer for Blockers shows John Cena, Leslie Mann and Ike Barinholtz doing everything they can, including some very raunchy comedy bits, to keep their daughters from having sex. Watch it here:
Basmati Blues brings Brie Larson to India: The first trailer for the long-delayed musical rom-com Basmati Blues features Brie Larson as a singing scientist in India. Check it out here: