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Following on from the Oscar winning director Sam Mandes double turn as director of James Bond it has been confirmed that Oscar Winning director Danny Boyle will direct the next 007 movie.
This was rumoured some time ago and today we get the official word that the 5th Daniel Craig starring Bond movie will be in safe hands.The release date of the film is set for 25th October 2019 and the production is due to start filming on 3rd December 2018.
We’ve been expecting you… #Bond25, Daniel Craig’s 5th outing as 007, will be directed by Academy Award-winning Danny Boyle from an original screenplay by John Hodge. Production is set to begin on 3 Dec 2018. MGM will partner with Universal Pictures to release the film worldwide pic.twitter.com/h8fVhyYhyY— James Bond (@007) May 25, 2018
Lucasfilms have today confirmed that The Force Awakens director JJ Abrams will take over writing and directing duties for Star Wars Episode IX.
The film is most likely then in safe hands after the fantastic job he did on Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the film which got the franchise back on track.
The film is set for release December 20th 2019
A lot of new films this week, the highlights are Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters starring Jeremy Renner and Gemma Arterton and creepy drama Stoker with Nicole Kidman.
Also at the box office this week is Mark Wahlberg and Russell Crowe in cop drama Broken City, Richard Gere in Arbitrage and romance Safe Haven.
A single week at the top was all Bruce Willis could manage as Wreck-It Ralph jumps back to the top with a strong weekend after the school half term.
3 weeks of release and Disney recapture the top spot with their video game inspired film. A weekend gross of £3,420,196 takes it's total to £18,624,692 making another big hit for the House of Mouse.
A Good Day to Die Hard only slipped to second place which made the highest new film of the week land at 3, horror spookfest Mama took £1.5 million for the weekend.
This time last year another spooky horror film was still at number 1, The Woman in Black was spending it's 3rd week at the top with £2.4 million. Highest new films was Denzel Washington in Safe House with £2.1 million.
Five years ago Jumper was holding the top spot while whacky comedy starring Jack Black and Mos Def Be Kind Rewind was the highest new film at 2.
Ten years ago it was yet another scary horror film, the US remake of The Ring, which debuted in the top spot with £2.2 million.
And fifteen years ago Titanic was continuing it's record breaking surge at the top of the box office, 5 weeks in, still the top film and £34.1 million in the bank.
More fun facts for you as the year draws to a close, this time the most tweeted about films of 2012, and the winner is the Tim Story directed Think Like a Man.
The film didn't exactly set the box office alight although it did hit the top spot in America. Following on from that is the most Googled film of the year, The Hunger Games.
The full top ten most Tweeted films of 2012 is as follows
After 2 very successful junior years of its life happily pleasing kids on the small screen the over hyped machine know as High School Musical is this years film, High School Musical 3: Senior Year, is graduating to the big screen and getting a theatrical release, and probably bigger budget, before TV or DVD.
Disney probably didn't see this coming (or did they?) when a couple of year ago they decided to basically remake the phenomenally successful Grease for a modern day audience. It's not a direct remake, but between the 3 films there will be the essence of the Grease story in there, hidden but evident.
This isn't a bad thing of course I'm a huge fan of Grease and having an 8 year old daughter who is more than a little bit of a HSM fan I've had the "fortune" of sitting through both movies a number of times, and to be fair they are not that bad, it's good story telling with likeable characters and half decent acting, I'd rather have her watching his than a lot of the other things on telly
The trailer for the 3rd movie has just gone up at disney.co.uk, and it looks like it's more of the same, good or bad? Who knows, but it's safe to say the hype starts here.