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The Old Fashioned Cherry Coke is the Favorite Fountain Drink at The Max Theatres. Close second? The Beetlejuice.
If you're one of the minority of Americans who saw Independence Day: Resurgence over the weekend, you know where a third installment in the series would go. It's pretty literally stated at the end of the movie. But due to the disappointing domestic box office for the first sequel, it's up in the air whether we'll see another.
Personally, I enjoyed Resurgence for what it is and would follow the franchise further out of its disaster flick roots and more into interstellar sci-fi territory, so I remain hopeful about this confirmation via Empire magazine of where director Roland Emmerich wants to go with Independence Day 3:
"The next one will be an intergalactic journey,” Emmerich tells Empire. "It'll be [set] maybe a year...
One year ago, we heard that Marco Ramirez (TV's Daredevil) would be writing a new screenplay for Akira, based on a manga series about a biker gang and psychic powers. The series was first published in Japan and was adapted into a Japanese-language feature film in 1988. The project has been in development for years, with Leonardo DiCaprio attached as a producer.
A few months later, we heard a rumor that a trilogy of films would be produced and that filmmaker Christopher Nolan (Interstellar) was involved. Nolan has since moved on to make war movie Dunkirk, due out on July 19, 2017, but rumors persist about Akira. The latest report from Meet the Movie Press (via SlashFilm) claims that Warner Bros. wants Justin Lin to direct the project.
Lin is best known for helming four...