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Tag: Legendary

‘Aquaman’s Jason Momoa In Talks to Join Denis Villeneuve’s ‘Dune’ Reboot

Legendary is in talks with Aquaman star Jason Momoa to join the studio's upcoming Dune reboot. If Momoa's deal goes through, he would be joining an already star-studded cast that includes Timothee Chalamet, Javier Bardem, Rebecca Ferguson, Stellan Skarsgard, Dave Bautista, Josh Brolin, Oscar Isaac, and Zendaya. Denis Villeneuve, director of Arrival and Blade Runner 2049 will be directing and writing the script along with Eric Roth and Jon Spaihts. ...

Award-Winning Creator Brian K. Vaughan Signs 3-Year Deal With Legendary Entertainment

Bestselling and award-winning comic book creator, television and film writer Brian K. Vaughan has signed a three-year overall deal with Legendary Entertainment. This is the first such deal for Vaughan and one of the first major deals Legendary has made since the reconstruction of the TV division and arrival of Nick Pepper as president. Under the deal, Legendary ...

Live-Action ‘My Hero Academia’ Film in the Works at Legendary Pictures

It's time to go plus ultra... live-action style! Today,  Legendary Pictures (via an exclusive report through subsidiary Nerdist) announced that it will produce a live-action feature film adaptation of the mega-popular manga series, My Hero Academia (aka. Boku no Hero Academia). Created by Kohei Horikoshi in 2014 and published by Shueisha in Weekly Shônen Jump, My Hero Academia has sold more than ...

‘Gundam’ Live-Action Movie in the Works at Legendary and Sunrise

Ever since the a Mobile Suit Gundam unit appeared in Ready Player One, fans have been ready for a live-action movie seeing the success of many films like Legendary's Pacific Rim franchise. Fans will get their wish as today, it was announced that a Gundam movie is the works! Legendary Entertainment will co-produce a feature based on the the ...

Kong: Skull Island Review

In 2014, Godzilla made his triumphant return to American cinema and it was pretty damn cool.  The success of the film led to, you guessed it, another cinematic universe.  Only this time, it doesn’t involve superheroes.   Three years later, Warner Bros. and Legendary Entertainment announced plans to create a “MonsterVerse,” which includes various Toho Co. ...

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