Movie News: John Krasinski Would Love to Do 'Fantastic Four' with Emily Blunt; Nicolas Cage Wants R-rated 'Ghost Rider'

Movie News: John Krasinski Would Love to Do 'Fantastic Four' with Emily Blunt; Nicolas Cage Wants R-rated 'Ghost Rider'

Apr 03, 2018

A Quiet Place

Fantastic Four: John Krasinski, who appears for the first time on-screen with his wife Emily Blunt in A Quiet Place (above), was asked if there is any chance that they might portray married couple Mr. Fantastic and the Invisible Woman, aka members of Marvel's Fantastic Four. Krasinski says: "I’m a huge superhero fan so yeah, I’d love to do something like that. ... I’d love to work with her again, so any chance I got would be great." [ScreenRant]

 

Ghost Rider

Ghost Rider: Nicolas Cage, who starred in two movies as the flaming superhero Ghost Rider (above), now says about the original: "Ghost Rider was a movie that always should've been an R-rated movie. … But that movie is a still a movie that should be made, not with me obviously, but it should be an R-rated movie -- heck, Deadpool was R-rated and that did great. Ghost Rider was designed to be a scary superhero with an R-rating and edge and they just didn't have it worked out back then." [JoBlo.com]

 

Resident Evil: Final Chapter

Paradise Hills: Milla Jovovich (Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, above), Jeremy Irvine and Awkwafina have joined the cast of Paradise Hills. Emma Roberts, Eiza Gonzalez and Alice Waddington star in the sci-fi thriller, which is currently in production in Spain. The story follows a young woman (Roberts) who wakes up in a high-class reform facility on an isolated island in the near future. Alice Waddington is making her feature directorial debut. [Deadline]

 

A Quiet Place

A Quiet Place Trailer: In the dystopian tale A Quiet Place, a family must keep absolutely quiet or risk being hunted by deadly, mysterious creatures. Emily Blunt and John Krasinski star in the thriller; Krasinski directed. It opens in theaters everywhere on Thursday night. [Movieclips]

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