What's buzzing in Hollywood?

Lifestyle Wednesday 01/February/2023 21:37 PM
What's buzzing in Hollywood?

James Gunn says 'The Flash' is "one of the greatest superhero movies ever"

Ezra Miller, the star of 'The Flash,' seemed to be finished with the DC Universe after a turbulent year marked by many arrests and public meltdowns. However, after 'The Flash' stand-alone debuts on June 16, according to recently appointed DC co-head Peter Safran, the door is open for potential collaborations with Miller!
 According to Variety, a US-based media house, Safran said that "Ezra is completely committed to their recovery." Safran added, "And we are fully supportive of that journey that they're on right now. When the time is right, when they feel like they're ready to have the discussion, we'll all figure out what the best path forward is. But right now, they are completely focused on their recovery. And in our conversations with them over the last couple of months, it feels like they're making enormous progress."
Variety reports that Ezra Miller began treatment for a previously undiagnosed mental health condition.Phase 1 of the DC reset, which will begin with a 'Superman' movie in 2025, was outlined by Safran and DC co-head James Gunn. For that project, neither a director nor an actor has yet been selected.

Robert Pattinson starrer 'Batman Part II' to release in October 2025
Warner Bros has announced Matt Reeves' 'The Batman Part II' will be hitting the theatres on October 3, 2025. However, the storyline and more details regarding the project have been kept under wraps for now. According to Variety, a US-based media house, Reeves' 'The Batman Part II' will continue to be a standalone property and fall under the newly branded 'DC Elseworlds' category while Gunn and Safran are creating a new DC Universe that will include the 2025 theatrical release 'Superman: Legacy. According to Gunn, any DC movie or TV show set outside the main DC Universe will be given the 'DC Elseworlds' label, just like DC Comics. Talking about 'Batman', Variety reports that Pattinson and Reeves will continue to explore their version of Batman in the 'DC Elseworlds' sidebar while Gunn and Safran will cast a new Batman in the DC Universe. The two declared that a Batman and Robin film, based on 'The Brave and the Bold' comics, will be a part of the DC Universe. Reeves is preparing to begin filming 'The Batman Part II' as well as a spinoff series focusing on Colin Farrell's character, the Penguin. (ANI)

Will Smith and Martin Lawrence announce 'Bad Boys' 4

Will Smith and Martin Lawrence have announced that they will team up once more for the fourth instalment of the 'Bad Boys' movie! Will Smith and Martin Lawrence announced the film through a video on social media with the caption, "IT'S ABOUT THAT TIME!" According to Variety, a US-based media house, Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah will be back as directors of the untitled sequel. Chris Bremner is working on the script. 25 years after the first 'Bad Boys' movie was released, the directors--who also worked on Warner Bros.' shelved 'Batgirl' film--helmed 2020's 'Bad Boys for Life,' which reunited Smith and Lawrence as Miami-Dade detectives Mike Lowrey and Marcus Burnett. Variety further reports that Sony revealed that a fourth 'Bad Boys' movie was in the works soon after the third sequel was out in the theatres. The third part of the film 'Bad Boys for Life' became one of the blockbusters of the pre-pandemic era, grossing USD 426.5 million globally.
Directed by Michael Bay, the original Bad Boys introduced viewers to Marcus Burnett (Lawrence) and Mike Lowrey (Smith), two hip detectives who look to protect a witness to a murder, while investigating a case of stolen heroin from the evidence storage room of their police precinct.