summer release date
‘Deadpool 2’: Jack Kesy to Play Villain
By Dave McNary

“The Strain” star Jack Kesy has joined Ryan Reynolds and Josh Brolin in “Deadpool 2” in an unspecified villainous role.

Reynolds will return in the sequel as the foul-mouthed superhero with Brolin recently having signed on as Cable. “Deadpool 2” is in pre-production with shooting expected to start in June.

Reynolds is also a producer on the films with “Deadpool” writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick returning along with Drew Goddard assisting. “John Wick” co-director David Leitch came on board to lead “Deadpool 2” last fall after Tim Miller dropped out due to creative differences with Reynolds.

The superhero sequel has also cast “Atlanta” breakout Zazie Beetz as the mutant mercenary Domino. Leslie Uggams will return as Blind Al, Deadpool’s roommate.

“Deadpool” gave Fox its biggest hit of 2016 after opening on Valentine’s Day to a surprisingly strong $782.6 million worldwide, supplanting “The Matrix Reloaded” to become the highest-grossing R-rated film in history. Fox announced last month that it had given “Deadpool 2” a prime summer release date of June 1, 2018.

Kesy plays Gabriel Bolivar in “The Strain,” a vampire acolyte and a rock star with an appetite for recreational drugs. He also has credits on “Baywatch” and the upcoming “Horse Soldiers.”

Kesy is repped by Paradigm. The news was first reported by Deadline Hollywood.

Miraculous Ladybug Webisode 1 is out!!!

Yay! And it had info on season 2’s release date! (Summer 2017) Yaaaaayyyyy!!!! And season 1 is supposed to be out on Netflix on Valentine’s Day!

Originally posted by checkyesbraixen

  • What she says: I'm fine
  • What she means: March is a really strange month for the Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda movie release date, you guys. It's a teen contemporary movie, and a lot of teen contemporary movies come out in summer. Fault in out Stars? June. Me & Earl & tDG? June. Paper Towns? July. If Simon Vs. gets at all buzzy within the next few months, will it get moved back to a summer release date? That would be a good thing in terms of ticket sales, but bad for us. If this really does happen, you may blame me for bringing this bad energy into the world.

so you guys might remember that trekchik got a photo op based on the g’n’g iii cover art at dccon!! with her permission, i was able to transform it into a live action poster version of the cover. they seriously slayed the pose and i am so impressed it lOOKS SO COOL

(also, g’n’g iii will be in production throughout the summer! no release date for it yet, but i’m hoping for a-couple-of-months kind of soon!)

Anticipating Summer 2017

It’s not technically summer yet, but who said we had to be technical?

Here are my most anticipated films for the summer (in order of release date):

The Lovers (recently released)

The Beguiled (6/23)

The Big Sick (6/23)

The Bad Batch (6/23)

This one might be too intense for me, but all you non-wimps should see it.

Lady Macbeth (7/14)

Atomic Blonde (7/21)

The Glass Castle (8/11)

This one looks a little too corny, but I read the book in grade school, so I’ll see it for nostalgia and the love of Naomi & Woody.

Tulip Fever (8/25)

This movie was supposed to come out awhile ago, but it keeps getting moved around. Might be a bad sign, but the cast is still too good to miss.

anonymous asked:

What months do they mean when they said "new music expected this summer!"? thanks.

I’m guessing announcements for new music is for new singles. Most albums expected to release this summer already have release dates (or at least album titles).

Music expected to compete for “summer single”– expected to have extensive play on radio– usually drop before the end of May. It gives the singles time for promotion.

Albums are coming out every Friday throughout the summer months. Release is usually announced at least 4-6 weeks in advance. A few notable albums include:

2 June 2017
• Coldplay, Kaleidoscope EP
• Dan Auerbach (of The Black Keys), Waiting on a Song
• London Grammar, Truth is a Beautiful Thing

9 June 2017
• Katy Perry, Witness

16 June 2017
• Fleet Foxes, Crack-Up
• Lorde, Melodrama

23 June 2017
• Jeff Tweedy, Together at Last
• Prince, Purple Rain Deluxe
• Radiohead, OK Computer OKNOTOK 1997 2017

30 June 2017
• Calvin Harris, Funk Wave Bounces Vol. 1

7 July 2017
• Haim, Something to Tell You

14 July 2017
• Sheer Mag, Need to Feel Your Love

21 July 2017
• Lana Del Rey, Lust for Life

28 July 2017
• Alice Cooper, Paranormal
• Arcade Fire, Everything Now
• Harry Nilsson, Popeye, Music from the Motion Picture

11 August 2017
• The Districts, Popular Manipulations

18 August 2017
• Grizzly Bear, Painted Ruins
• The Kills, Echo Home Non-Electric EP

Transformers 6 yet to get a director

‘Transformers 6’ is still scheduled for a summer 2019 release date even though the planned blockbuster is yet to get a director.

The fifth film in the franchise 'Transformers: The Last Knight’ is the last movie to be directed by Michael Bay who will not be returning for the next sequel.

Paramount and Hasbro, who own the rights to the brand, are moving ahead with the next movie and are confident they can find the right director to helm the project and stick to their proposed release schedule.

Brian Goldner, CEO of Hasbro, told The Hollywood Reporter: “There is not a director yet, but it’s certainly a date we believe we can achieve. We own several hundred characters in the mythology. People don’t know much about their home planet. We’re in the process of thinking about what is the next story to tell.”

Bay has helmed every instalment in the franchise since the robot toys were brought to the big screen in the first movie which was released in 2007, starring Megan Fox and Shia LaBeouf.

Although he has announced he won’t be returning for the sixth instalment, the director has previously stated he would like make an R-rated 'Transformers’ movie.

The 52-year-old filmmaker is unsure whether Paramount and Hasbro would be keen to stray into adult territory with the franchise, but the director thinks it would be a good move, especially following the success of 20th Century Fox’s 'Deadpool’.

LaBeouf quit the series following his final appearance as Sam Witwicky in third movie 'Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen’ which was released in 2009.

Mark Wahlberg was drafted in for the fourth film 'Transformers: Age of Extinction’ as new male lead, single dad Cade Yeager, and has kept the franchise going despite Bay’s fears it would sink without LaBeouf.

Bay explained: “It was me going to [former Paramount CEO] Brad Grey saying, 'I need to have a meeting with you.’ I went to Brad and said, 'This franchise is gonna die.’ ”

Before the planned sixth film, the 'Transformers’ franchise is going to expand with an origin story based around the fan favourite Autobot Bumblebee.


News: Union Creative Announces Second Jean Kirschtein “Survey Corps Version” MensHdge Figure

Original Release Date: Summer 2016 (First figure, tentative) & 2017 (Second figure, tentative)
Retail Price: TBD

At Wonder Festival (WonFes) Summer 2016 this weekend, Union Creative displayed a second Jean MensHdge figure (Survey Corps Version), with Jean holding his Survey Corps jacket rather than the 3DMG blades in the original version!

The first Jean figure was originally announced at WonFes Winter 2016.

Pokemon Direct Expected Topics
  • Pokemon Stars
  • Diamond and Pearl Remakes

  • Magikarp Jump Update

  • Pokemon GO Summer Events

  • PokeLand Mobile Release Date

What tomorrow’s direct is really about:

Binacle Mario Kart 8 Deluxe DLC 

He’s got two hands to hold the steering wheel at 10 and 2