Movie News: First Look at Steven Spielberg's 'The Post'; 'Creed 2' Gets Dated

Movie News: First Look at Steven Spielberg's 'The Post'; 'Creed 2' Gets Dated

Nov 01, 2017

Bridge of Spies

The Post: Tom Hanks reteams with director Steven Spielberg for the first time since Bridge of Spies (above) in another historical drama, The Post. Our first look at the movie (below) reveals key members of the cast, including Hanks, Carrie Coon and David Cross, gathered around a television in a newsroom, watching a momentous event unfold. It's based on the true story of confidential documents known as the Pentagon Papers, which brought to light a massive government cover-up. The movie will open in theaters on December 22. [Twitter]


Creed 2: Recently Sylvester Stallone revealed that he would be directing Creed 2 and now the movie has been dated for release. Stallone wrote the script for the sequel; Michael B. Jordan will reprise his role as Adonis Creed. Dolph Lundgren is also expected to appear again as his fan-favorite character, Ivan Drago. Look for Creed 2 in theaters on November 21, 2018. [Collider]


Goodbye Christopher Robin

The Paper Bag Princess: Margot Robbie (above in Goodbye Christopher Robin) will team with Elizabeth Banks to produce The Paper Bag Princess, based on a popular children's' book. Robbie may appear in the movie and Banks may direct. First published in 1980, the book follows a princess who sets off to fight a dragon that has kidnapped her fiancee and destroyed her castle. [Variety]


Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Trailer: A newly-released international trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi sets up the latest installment in the action-adventure franchise. Daisy Ridley and Mark Hamill lead the cast; it's due for release on December 15. [Movieclips]

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