The ‘Game of Thrones’ alum says critics just don’t understand comic books, but they seemed to understand the other Netflix Marvel series.
Solid ratings are keeping one of network television’s few futuristic sci-fi series afloat.
However, the big gorilla is struggling compared to the likes of ‘Godzilla’ and Peter Jackson’s ‘King Kong.’
That could open the door for the Han Solo anthology film to earn a Christmas release date.
Zazie Beetz joins co-star Donald Glover in landing major roles in big film franchises following the success of the FX comedy series.
The series stars Oscar nominee Tom Hardy, and is produced by Ridley Scott.
PLUS: ‘Baskets’ and ‘Longmire’ actress Mary Wiseman joins as a Starfleet cadet.
New Line Cinema is developing the project, based on L. Frank Baum’s 1900 novel ‘The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.’
Though plot details remain a mystery, the new film will pick up over a decade after the titular killer’s death.
The film marks only his second time in the director’s chair and his live-action directorial debut.
‘Get Out’ stayed solid in its second week, however, losing less than a quarter of its opening weekend audience.
If accurate, the staggering figure would make the two Marvel films the most expensive ever made.
In addition to ‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine,’ the actor has appeared on series like ‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘Peaky Blinders.’
The ground-breaking inclusion serves in part as a tribute to the late Howard Ashman, who wrote the lyrics to the 1991 animated film.
Is the Star Wars producer serious or not? It’s hard to tell sometimes when Mark Hamill is being serious, so who knows.