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Few industries enjoy taking really, really, really long extended holiday vacations quite like Hollywood. So when we get to this time of the year, there's really not much in the realm of "movie development news" to discuss, especially not in a weekly column which normally includes 10 different stories. So, last week, we instead reviewed 12 of the year's top "Fresh Development" stories, and this week, we're looking at 12 Rotten Ideas, presented to you in monthly chronology.
Few industries enjoy taking really, really, really long extended holiday vacations quite like Hollywood. So when we get to this time of the year, there's really not much in the realm of "movie development news" to discuss, especially not in a weekly column which normally includes 10 different stories. So, this week and next, we're going to instead review 12 of the year's top stories, presented to you in monthly chronology. The year-in-review begins with the "Fresh Developments" which here also serve (mostly) as the "Top Stories" of the year. Our retrospective begins with one of the year's biggest stories, which was...
The week right before Christmas is supposed to be a joyous one, but Hollywood was an industry rocked by surprising decisions about the comedy The Interview that set scary precedents. The Weekly Ketchup covers those events, and seven other of our usual, more entertaining and less controversial news stories, like who will direct Star Trek 3 and casting news for Suicide Squad and Doctor Strange.
This Week's Ketchup covers nine days of movie development news (last week's was published early, pre-Thanksgiving), covering such movies as the James Bond movie Spectre, the comic book adaptations Suicide Squad, Doctor Strange, and Deadpool, and sequels for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and (maybe) Frozen.
This week's Ketchup comes to you on a pre-Thanksgiving Wednesday, allowing for coverage of a few stories that didn't fit in last Friday. Included in the mix are ten movie development news stories covering such films as James Bond 24, Wonder Woman, X-Men: Apocalypse, Zoolander 2, and a Janis Joplin biopic.
This week's Ketchup includes movie development news stories about movies such as Captain America: Civil War, and new remakes of 1984 and Going in Style, and a new Tinker Bell movie. There's also new roles for Andrew Garfield, Melissa McCarthy, Chris Pratt, and Keanu Reeves.
This week's Ketchup covers seven days of movie development news for such movies as King Arthur, Playmobil, Wonder Woman, the next James Bond movie, and new roles for Robert De Niro, Dwayne Johnson, and Julia Roberts.
This week's Ketchup covers ten stories from the world of film development news, such as the latest announcements about Don Quixote, The Six Billion Dollar Man, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and Toy Story 4.
This Week's Ketchup includes lots of big news for various Marvel superhero movies (like Black Panther, Captain Marvel, Doctor Strange, and two new Avengers movies), as well as news about Steven Spielberg's The BFG, and new roles for Ricky Gervais, Keanu Reeves, Seth Rogen, and Renee Zellweger.
This week's Ketchup covers the week when both Marvel and Warner Bros made big superhero movie announcements (Captain America 3, The Flash, Cyborg, Suicide Squad, etc). Other movies did still make the news, however, like Ghost in the Shell, Pete's Dragon, Pirates of the Caribbean 5, and... Minecraft?
This week's Ketchup includes ten top film development news stories about such projects as James Bond 24, LEGO Batman, Little House on the Prairie, The Purge 3, and new roles for Steve Carell and Bryan Cranston.
This week's Ketchup includes ten top stories from the realm of movie news, including the video game adaptations Angry Birds and Tetris, sequels to Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and Now You See Me, and potential new roles for Ben Affleck (twice), and Adam Sandler (four times).
This week's Ketchup covers over ten stories from the "film development" angle, including the newest reports about the science fiction sequels Prometheus 2 and Star Trek 3, and the two zombie movies featuring Game of Thrones cast members.
This week's Ketchup covers over ten movie development news stories, including comic book adaptations (Deadpool and Suicide Squad), monster movies (Skull Island, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies), and remakes (Ben-Hur, I Know What You Did Last Summer).
This week's Ketchup covered a short week following Labor Day, but even so, there was still news, mostly because Hollywood types are up in Toronto making deals as the film festival started there. Movie projects that made the news this week included C.H.i.P.s, Ghost in the Shell, and Shazam, and new roles for Jessica Chastain, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Zac Efron, Julia Roberts, and Zoe Saldana, and news about actors-turned-directors Ben Affleck, and George Clooney.
This week's Ketchup, coming to you just before the Labor Day weekend, covers what was admittedly sort of a slow week in movie development news. Included in the mix are stories involving Steve Carell, Matthew McConaughey and Joaquin Phoenix, and the James Bond, King Arthur, Underworld, and Alvin and the Chipmunks franchises.
As we continue through the dog days of summer on our way to Labor Day weekend and the start of the fall movie season, this Weekly Ketchup covers a particularly slow news cycle. Instead of superhero movies, we mostly got movies about animals (Noah's Ark, The Jungle Book: Origins) and other creatures (Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them), and long-running novel series stars (The Destroyer, Mack Bolan, and The November Man 2).