Gabbing Geek sources have just confirmed that Daniel Radcliffe will be cast as young Han Solo in the upcoming standalone Star Wars film.
“Look, I want to be all calm and collected about this,” president of Disney’s Lucasfilms division Kathleen Kennedy announced in a press release. “But I just can’t. WE GOT HARRY POTTER! WE GOT HARRY POTTER!”
Stay tuned to GabbingGeek.com as additional details are revealed.
In a January article by Gabbing Geek’s own Ryan Garcia, he predicted the 2015 Top Ten Grossing films (domestic). Rule of thumb says that to crack the top ten, a film will need to surpass $200M+. Some of Ryan’s picks were right. Some were wrong. Where will we wind up and what could spoil Ryan’s top ten list?
There are SO many Marvel/DC superhero movies that have already made it to the Silver Screen. Superman. Batman. Spider-Man. X-Men. Green Lantern. Hulk. Iron Man. The Rest of the Avengers. GotG. Daredevil. Fantastic Four. Blade. Even Ghost Rider! There are even more announced in the DC/Marvel slates; franchises such as Dr Strange, Suicide Squad, Black Panther, and of course the legendary AQUAMAN. So how bad do you think the others feel who aren’t even announced? How sad they must be! Who has the biggest reason to complain? Click on for the answer!
This was a great year for movies, so I didn’t want to just discuss my top ten. There were so many movies that were worthy of consideration. I’ll post the full list Thursday, but first here are the films that, while not worthy of top ten rankings, are surely praiseworthy. With so many great films released, there is no shame in silver!
A New Year, a new box office report. Hobbit: Five Armies holds the Box Office crown for a third weekend, meaning that all six of the Middle Earth films held the one ring for at least three weekends. Hobbit 3 brought in $21.9M in the first weekend of the New Year and is approaching the magic $750M globally. We assume that now Peter Jackson and team are wondering if they can go There and Back Again…and back another time.