Movie News: See Dwayne Johnson in 'Fast 8' Chains; Who Wrote 'Wonder Woman'?

Movie News: See Dwayne Johnson in 'Fast 8' Chains; Who Wrote 'Wonder Woman'?

Jul 12, 2016

Dwayne Johnson

Fast 8: Dwayne Johnson looked extra tough as Luke Hobbs in the first official look at the Fast 8 character. Johnson has now shared another look at Hobbs in which he is chained up and does not look happy about it. Once again, Johnson referred to his character as "Hobbs the Iceman," which may hint at what Hobbs will be doing in the movie, due for release on April 14, 2017. [Instagram]

Dwayne Johnson


Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman: In December 2014, we heard Jason Fuchs (Pan) was in talks to write Wonder Woman and that was the last official word on the script. Now Allan Heinberg and Geoff Johns have been credited by Warner Bros. for the screenplay, with Heinberg and Zack Snyder credited for the story. Johns is Chief Creative Officer of DC Comics and has also written for various television shows featuring DC characters, while Heinberg has written for other TV shows and also worked with Johns on different DC comic books. The movie will open in theaters on June 2, 2017. [Collider]


Hot Tub Time Machine 2

Rent-A-Hero: Steve Pink (Hot Tub Time Machine 2, above) will direct Rent-A-Hero, a big-screen adaptation of the popular Sega video game. Pink will also write the screenplay with Jeff Morris. First released in 1991, the original action role-playing game followed a young character who becomes a hero for hire after he accidentally receives a powerful suit of armor. [Variety]



Tallulah Trailer: In the upcoming Tallulah, Ellen Page stars as a young woman in desperate straits who ends up caring for a stranger's baby. The first trailer establishes the premise and the leading characters, including Allison Janney and Tammy Blanchard. The movie will be available to watch on Netflix on July 29. [Movieclips]

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