Collider Movie Talk - Harrison Ford Talks Indiana Jones and Young Han Solo

On this episode of Collider Movie Talk (March 23rd), 2016) Kristian Harloff, Jon Schnepp, and Mark Ellis (with Ashley) discuss the following:

· New trailer for The Nice Guys released

· Harrison Ford on Indiana Jones 5

· Ben Affleck's Live by Night to get Oscar friendly release

· Tommy Wiseau to appear in The Room adaptation

· Lionsgate cuts budget on final Divergent film after disappointing box office

· David Ayer on reasons he brought next movie Bright to Netflix

· AMC Rewind

· Mail Bag

Last night Warner Bros. released their newest trailer from Shane Black’s The Nice Guys. The movie is being described as a black comedy with action set in 1970’s Los Angeles. The film about a down-on-his-luck private eye played by Ryan Gosling must team up with a hit-man played by Russell Crowe to solve the case of a missing girl and an unrelated death of a porn star.

With Star Wars firmly launched to great success over at Disney, they are next turning their attention to Indiana Jones, with another movie release date set for July of 2019. Harrison Ford will reprise his role as the famous Archeologist and is excited to do so. During an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, in reference to Indiana Jones 5, Ford said he’ll be ready and is excited for the opportunity to work with Steven Spielberg again on his character.

Warner Bros. has announced that Ben Affleck’s long-awaited directorial follow-up to Argo, Live by Night, has been given the Oscar friendly release date of October 20, 2017.

Affleck writes, produces, directs and stars in the Dennis Lehane adaptation, which follows the son of a Boston police captain in the 1920s as he makes the rise from bootlegger to notorious gangster.


One of the more interesting films James Franco has attached himself as an actor and director is The Disaster Artist a movie about the true story behind the making of Tommy Wiseau’s infamous film The Room. Based on the non-fiction book of the same name, Franco is also producing alongside Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. Collider’s own Steve Weintraub spoke with James Franco at the press day for The Adderall Diaries, and the filmmaker revealed that none other than Tommy Wiseau has a cameo in the movie as a contractual obligation.

Following the disappointing box office opening of the recent Divergent Series sequel Allegiant this past weekend, a report by THR says that Lionsgate will reduce the budget to the last film, Ascendant. Though the report doesn’t reveal numbers, sources believe Allegiant’s budget was around $110 million which could now drop to as low as $85 million dollars for Ascendant. The movie opened this past weekend to its lowest total yet in the series, with $29.1 million dollars, down 44% from the previous Insurgent’s $52 million opening. Age of Adaline director Lee Toland Krieger takes over Ascendant with a release set for June 9th, 2017.

When news broke that Suicide Squad director David Ayer was attached to direct Will Smith and Joel Edgerton in a supernatural cop flick called Bright, which was at the center of a bidding war among studios, many assumed he would agree to stay at Warner Bros. Surprising to everyone however, Ayer decided on Netflix. In an interview with Deadline, the Bright director and co-writer said it all came down to creative freedom. He said,

REWIND (Brought to you by AMC Theaters)

10 YEARS AGO - Inside Man starring Denzel Washington, Jodi Foster and Clive Owen, Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector starring Larry the Cable Guy

20 YEARS AGO - Flirting with Disaster staring Ben Still and Patricia Arquette, Diabolique starring Sharon Stone and Chazz Palminteri



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