Will Disney Ever Remake Star Wars? Akira, Wolverine, Kingsman, Game of Thrones, Terminator & More
Sep 20th, 2017 by slashfilmdaily
On the September 21, 2017 episode of /Film Daily, Peter Sciretta is joined by Ben Pearson to talk about the latest news, including who might direct the live-action Akira movie, Matthew Vaughn’s original plan for a young Wolverine movie and hopes for Kingsman sequels and spin-off films, a fifth Game of Thrones prequel tv show in development, Linda Hamilton returns for the next Terminator movie, and Paramount is reportedly not happy that JJ Abrams is ditching them again to make another Star Wars movie.
In the News:
‘Akira’ Finds New Life With ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Director Taika Waititi In Talks
Matthew Vaughn Wanted to Follow Up ‘X-Men: First Class’ With a Young Wolverine Movie
Matthew Vaughn Wants to Make ‘Kingsman 3’ and Spin-Off Movies
Writer Bryan Cogman Developing a Fifth Game of Thrones Prequel Show
Linda Hamilton Returning to the ‘Terminator’ Franchise to Play Sarah Connor in New Sequel
Paramount is Not Happy That JJ Abrams is Directing Another Star Wars Movie
In The Mailbag: Phil in LA asks “My ultimate hope is that somewhere down the line, Lucasfilm reboots the prequels and tells a story about the fall of Anakin Skywalker with stakes, and characters that we can root for and care about. Do you think a prequel reboot is possible some time down the line. Cheers!”
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