Aquaman Release Pushed Back Two Months



Warner and his Brothers have decided to push back the release of their Aquaman feature film by two months. Why they are doing this is unknown. It was previously set to go up against the rebooted Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.

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New BvS spot and Suicide Squad 2 filming news.


Warner Brothers  is aiming to begin production for SUICIDE SQUAD 2 in 2017.  The buzz for SS is pretty high, and WB must have faith in the franchise if they are setting up the sequel shoot before earning a single dollar.


As we have seen all to often as of late, the studios change these plans very frequently. And with a cast like SS has it can’t be easy to schedule all these players , and make it fit everyone’s calendar. That said, I would be surprised if the whole squad makes it out of the first film alive.

SUICIDE SQUAD hits theaters on August 5, 2016



But first things last.  The premiere of Turkish Airlines : Batman V Superman is creeping ever closer, and WB is in high promotion mode. They recently released yet another tv spot for the film.

Directed by Zack Snyder , the film stars Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot, Jesse Eisenberg, Jeremy Irons, Holly Hunter, Amy Adams, Laurence Fishburne, Diane Lane, Jason Momoa, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Scoot McNairy, Callan Mulvey, and Tao Okamoto.

BATMAN v SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE premieres March 25, 2016.

The late James Horner secretly wrote a score for Antoine Fuqua’s The Magnificent Seven


Last month composer James Horner tragically died in a plane crash . Having composed scores for over a hundred motion pictures, it seemed like the scores for the upcoming SOUTHPAW , and “The 33 ” would be all she wrote so to say for the late great Horner.


But there’s some great news today regarding what appears to be Horner’s very last score as director Antoine Fuqua told NPR (via that, in addition to scoring his latest, Southpaw, Horner secretly composed a score for Fuqua’s upcoming remake of The Magnificent Seven .

“I just found out a few days ago,” Fuqua says, “Horner’s team flew out here, to Baton Rouge, and they brought me all the music for ‘The Magnificent Seven’. He already wrote it for me based on the script. He did it all off the script because he wanted to surprise me. I thought it was a gift or something. And they all came out here and said, ‘Antoine, James wrote the music for ‘Magnificent Seven’ already and it’s just glorious.’”

Now that is some kickass news indeed. Albeit it doesn’t make Horners tragic death any less of a blow to the gut. Personally Ive been listening to his music a lot lately. It started just two days after he died. I was going through his LONG list of scores, and I started listening to the score he made for 1982s Star Trek The Wrath of Khan on YOUTUBE . Now what happened was ,I was gonna listen to the score from ALIENS next, so at around the 3 min 20 seconds mark of the Star Trek score I opened the ALIENS score in another tab. Well you can guess what happened . That damn ALIENS score automatically kicked in. Now usually I would be quick to turn one track off, but the damnedest thing was , these two scores seemed like they were made to be together.  Maybe Im full of shit here, but I downloaded both tracks, laid them on top of each other and called that The Wrath of Aliens score. And Ive played that sucker through about 6 times since then, and I absolutely dig it.  I tried to upload it on BSS , but the file size was to big.  Anyway, If you wanna check it out, do what i did. Click on the YouTube link. Start the Wrath score, and at the 3min20sec mark  start the ALIENS score. You’ll find out what I’m talking about soon enough.

Back to The Magnificent Seven

Originally drafted by  Nic Pizzolatto , and since rewritten by John Lee Hancock, The Magnificent Seven will star Ethan Hawke, Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt, Vincent D’Onofrio, Haley Bennett, Byung Hun Lee, Jason Momoa, Matt Bomer, Peter Sarsgaard and Billy Slaughter in a remake the 1960 film directed by John Sturges that itself was inspired by Akira Kurosawa’s 1954 classic Seven Samurai. Sturges’ version starred Yul Brynner, Steve McQueen, Charles Bronson, James Coburn and Robert Vaughn as a group of disparate gunmen who come together to protect a Mexican village from bandits led by Eli Wallach. The new film is said to feature a victimized mining town, taken over by a gold baron (Sarsgaard), rather than the Mexican village of the original. Because you know…. PC bullshit.


I eagerly await to hear the score by Horner. Which I believe is his first Western score since I guess  1991s An American Tail: Fievel Goes West 😉  Yiha etc

“James was an incredible human being.  He was a filmmaker through and through. He was one of the most gentle people I’ve ever met. Even the way he spoke was very soft and thoughtful. He was magical. He had this childlike wonderment in his eyes, but he was an amazing artist, an amazing poet. I loved him and we became friends.”-Antoine Fuqua on James Horner


The Magnificent Seven is slated for a January 13, 2017 release while Southpaw arrives in theaters this Friday, July 24.