The Future of Marvel Movies, Karate Kid Sequel TV Series, Aladdin, Shazam, Dark Tower & More
Aug 5th, 2017 by slashfilmdaily
Ben Pearson and Brad Oman join Peter Sciretta for the August 7, 2017 episode of /Film Daily. On today’s show we’ll be talking about a bunch of news including a Karate Kid tv series sequel, the tone of DC’s Shazam, the future of The Dark Tower, Aladdin casting, and Tina Fey in Great News. In the mail bag, we’ll be speculating on the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
In The News:
DC’s ‘Shazam’ Movie Tone Will Be Fun and Lighthearted, Says Director
‘The Karate Kid’ TV Series Sequel Starring Ralph Macchio Is Coming to YouTube Red
Stephen King Talks ‘The Dark Tower’ Sequel, TV Prequel Gets a Showrunner, Everyone is Delusional
Guy Ritchie’s ‘Aladdin’ Finds Its Jafar and Casts an ‘SNL’ Vet in a New Role
Tina Fey Joining Great News for Season 2
‘Guardians Vol. 3’ Likely Coming Summer 2020; Here’s a Look at the Possible Marvel Phase 4 Movie Calendar
In The Mailbag: Derek Hall asks “Ok, so I know we're really far away from Marvel's Phase 4 announcement. But I'm still wondering what we might see in it. We know about sequels to Guardians, Spider-Man, etc. I was hoping you had some predictions of what new heroes we'll see in Phase 4. Maybe Marvel does Fantastic 4 the right way if they can strike up a deal with Fox like they did with Sony? Thanks guys. I love the daily pod. Keep it up.”
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