Justice League: Snyder Cut unveils its release date with three incredible posters
After being teased for a release in a few weeks on HBO Max, Justice League's Snyder Cut finally unveils a release date. Since its official announcement, Zack Snyder's Justice League Snyder Cut has been teasing for months while all fans can't wait. The director of Watchmen unveils his film as he goes along, between an umpteenth trailer that goes from colour to black & white, between new images that unveil Steppenwolf's new look to show the differences between the director's cut and the cinema version of Joss Whedon, released in 2017.Read full story
After Star Wars, John Boyega is on Netflix with Robert De Niro in the robbery movie The Formula
Now that Finn has left the Star Wars galaxy, John Boyega will go to Netflix to play former Formula 1 drivers with Robert De Niro in The Formula. Since Martin Scorsese's The Irishman, it's no longer surprising to see Robert De Niro cosying up to the streaming giant. According to Deadline, the legendary actor will make another jump on Netflix, but not alongside Joe Pesci, Al Pacino or Harvey Keitel. He will share the bill with John Boyega, who is starting a new chapter in his career now that the Star Wars Skywalker saga is over and his name is now well known to the public.Read full story
Harry Potter: Warner is preparing a series for HBO Max
After putting a new manager at the head of the franchise, Harry Potter should be back to support HBO Max. With the new hegemony of streaming, Ecran Large's editorial staff has ended up anticipating the studios' decisions, or even being blasé about them. On January 21, 2021, Warner Bros. proudly announced that it had promoted one of its executives, Tom Ascheim, to personally manage the Harry Potter franchise and its potential iterations in new media. In our article, we had a little suspicion that this decision was made to encourage the launch of series or movies around the wizard world, probably for the streaming platform HBO Max.Read full story
Avatar 2: Pandora continues to unveil itself in a new picture
The producer Jon Landau has just revealed on his Instagram account a new photo of the aquatic universe of Pandora in Avatar 2. More than ten years after the first instalment release in 2009, Avatar 2 continues to make the news, without ever showing off too much either. Since their announcements, the sequels of James Cameron's cult film have been constantly postponed, most recently because of the Covid-19 pandemic that has turned the Disney release schedule upside down, including Avatar 2, whose release was postponed to December 2022.Read full story
Marvel: Nightmare, the big bad guy who can link Doctor Strange 2 to WandaVision
Announced as the enemy of Marvel's wizard in the sequel to Doctor Strange, Nightmare could be the one that will link Sam Raimi's film to WandaVision. When Kevin Feige announced Phase 4 of the MCU, the Doctor Strange sequel was not necessarily the most anticipated project. And then when Marvel's boss started talking about "horror movies", the title Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness was unveiled, and Sam Raimi was announced as the director, the film immediately became more exciting. In addition to opening the doors to the multiverse, the script for this second instalment of Stephen Strange's adventures (Benedict Cumberbatch) will also have a link to the WandaVision series, currently airing on Disney+, but that's pretty much all that has been unveiled so far.Read full story
Justice League: Zack Snyder Unveils New Image of Steppenwolf
The Zack Snyder's Justice League will be released in a few weeks on HBO Max, but the director continues to unveil his film in detail. After months, if not years, of throwing out footage of his Justice League cut scenes on Vero, Zack Snyder is now struggling to correct this bad habit, even though he's now revealing too much of it since his director's cut is expected to be released on the HBO Max platform. Since the outcry caused by the 2017 cinema version supervised by Warner and Joss Whedon, the director and former architect of the DCEU has given so much information about his project that we know almost precisely what to expect four hours it will last.Read full story
Netflix buys itself a James Bond blockbuster
Wonder Woman/Gal Gadot will head a James Bond spy action thriller / Mission: Impossible for Netflix, who is planning to start a franchise. Netflix has just won an auction on a project sold by the Skydance studio, which has already brought him the juicy hits The Old Guard and 6 Underground. Usually a partner of Paramount, with whom it produces the franchise Mission: Impossible, this is the third time the company turns to streaming, and the object of the deal is... an international action/spy thriller at Mission: Impossible sprinkled with James Bond. We don't change a recipe that works, but we can change it a little: in this case, the main role will be played by a woman, and not the least, since it's Gal Gadot, alias Wonder Woman for the DCEU.Read full story
WandaVision: what you need to know about the first Disney+ Originals series from Marvel Studios
From January 15th on Disney+, WandaVision is the first original Disney series from Marvel studios centred on the couple formed by Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany).Read full story
No Time To Die: the new James Bond still postponed?
After initial rumours in the corridors that did not bode well, rumours of a postponement seem to be about to materialize for No Time To Die. During the waltz of postponements in 2020, one of the first victims of the global pandemic due to Covid-19 was undoubtedly Dying Can Wait, the latest James Bond with Daniel Craig for the last time in the title role, which saw its release initially postponed to November 2020, before finally migrating towards 2021, like most of the blockbusters postponed.Read full story
Apple is preparing its electric car with Hyundai
Following the acquisition of Boston Dynamics, Hyundai's future will also involve a major partnership with Apple. For the Apple brand, the Korean automaker will build the battery for its next electric car. A very serious announcement, published this Friday morning by a local media, Hankyung.Read full story
Indiana Jones 5 : John Rhys-Davies back in Sallah and shooting in May?
Last December, Disney confirmed that Indiana Jones 5 would begin in the spring with Harrison Ford in the lead role. Today, another actor well known to fans of the saga evokes the film ... and its possible return.Read full story
Facebook Pages are evolving, here are the 6 new features
Facebook announces the launch of a new version of the Pages. Facebook offers a new experience for businesses and creators. The goal is to make it easier for Page owners to grow their community and achieve their business goals. All Facebook Pages should be able to benefit from this new version in the coming months.Read full story
How will we travel in 2021?
While the crisis has had a strong impact on the Travel market, the latter has taken advantage of this "lull" to rethink the way we travel. The year 2021 will begin the recovery while facing many challenges, including the evolution of the virus and various government directives. In airports, the keyword will be dematerialization.Read full story
Presentation of Apple Glass in 2021?
New rumours are circulating about products that Apple might launch this year. Among them, there would be a "product" for augmented reality, AirTag beacons (which allow locating lost objects), as well as computers or tablets using mini-LED screens.Read full story
A Tesla crosses California in total autonomy with the beta version of Full Self-Driving
A journey of 615 kilometres with (almost) no intervention. According to Teslarati, this would be the first video of such a long journey in total autonomy with a Tesla vehicle. At the YouTube Whole Mars Catalogue channel's controls, a Tesla Model 3 owner with the beta version of the FSD (Full Self-Driving) filmed his journey from San Francisco to Los Angeles in total autonomy. This is proof that Elon Musk's company has made a lot of progress in autonomous driving.Read full story
The 5 must-see museums in New York City
If you're planning your trip to New York, you're bound to be hesitant about the many museums to visit. To help you make your choice, I propose you the list of the 5 must-see museums in New York:Read full story
What to do in New-York when it snows?
There are cities on earth that are sublimated by the last period of the year. New York is obviously one of them. While we have already written an article on What to do in New-York in general, it is now time to propose a small itinerary to New-York in winter!Read full story
Emily in Paris : all we know about season 2
Neither his tyrannical boss nor the pandemic will stop Emily Cooper! After the first season's success, Netflix already orders the continuation of Emily's adventures in Paris within the Savoir agency. Despite criticism from the French public and communications professionals, Darren Star's program was ranked number 1 the week of its launch. On November 11th, the news came down: Emily in Paris will have a second season. Here's what we can expect from this already highly anticipated sequel. We will have to wait until the end of 2021 to follow her new adventures in Paris.Read full story
E.T. on Netflix: Spielberg was considering a sequel!
A cult film that has brought generations of viewers to tears, Steven Spielberg's "E.T." is available since December 31 on Netflix. Did you know that the filmmaker was planning a sequel?Read full story
Trump Administration Tries a New Stunt to Ban TikTok
Donald Trump's administration will not budge. After suffering several setbacks in its fight to block TikTok in the U.S., the U.S. government has decided to appeal a court ruling issued in early December that prevents the Commerce Department from banning the Chinese application, TheVerge revealed. Welcome to this new episode of "Trump VS TikTok".Read full story