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Collider Heroes - Now That Wolverine 3 Will Be Rated R: Will It Be Old Man Logan?
Welcome to the 57th Episode of Collider’s Heroes, hosted by Jon Schnepp, with regular guests John Campea, Amy Dallen, and Robert Meyer Burnett.  On this episode of Collider’s Heroes (Tuesday May 10th, 2016) we discuss:
-Hot Toys mock up of the Heroes panel!
-Wolverine 3 set as R-Rated future story
-Captain America: Civil War record breaking opening weekend
-Ben Affleck set as executive producer on Justice League
-Kevin Feige talks getting Spider-Man back at Marvel 
-Minor Mutations
-Flashback: X-Men: First Class
-Spotlight: Shade the Changing Man
Wolverine is set in the R-Rated Future / Next X-Men set in the 90’s
Simon Kinberg recently revealed that the final Hugh Jackman Wolverine is set in the future and will be close to tone like a western. The movie is already filming and has been revealed to be R-Rated. Kinberg also mentioned that the next X-Men spinoff will be set in the 90s. 
Captain America: Civil War Opens Big 
So Captain America: Civil War made 181 million here in the states, making it the 5th highest grossing movie of all time; raking in $673 worldwide. People are buzzing about Civil War, but it didn’t make as much as many people projected. Is this the beginning of Superhero Fatigue, or is it something else?
The Batman Now Executive Producing Justice League
Oscar winner Ben Affleck is on the creative side of things as well as in front of the camera, currently shooting Justice League. And now, WB has appointed him Executive Producer. Deadline describes his duties as supporting Zack Snyder, and will help with the script; as well as certain aspects of the shoot and heavy post production.
Kevin Feige Talks Spider-Man Back to Marvel
After many years and many missed opportunities, Kevin Feige recently revealed how he got Spidey back into the MCU. He said, “The only way, the best way that we could help is if you let us do it for you. It stays a Sony character and Sony pays for it and Sony makes the profits from the film and it is marketed and distributed by the entire Sony team.” Kevin then talked about why they got Tom Holland, because they wanted a high school Peter Parker, as in beginning high school, and Holland did an incredible audition across from Robert Downey Jr.
Minor Mutations
Flashback - X-Men: First Class (2011)
Spotlight: Shade the Changing Man
Twitter Questions
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Collider Movie Talk - Next X-Men Movie Set In The 90s, Wonder Woman Wraps Production
On this episode of Collider Movie Talk (May 10th, 2016) Mark Ellis, Jon Schnepp Kristian Harloff discuss the following:
-Next X-Men movie to be set in the 90’s
-Zorro reboot casts Gael García Bernal
-Wonder Woman wraps principle production
-Lee Daniels exits Richard Pryor biopic 
-New trailer released for Ice Age: Collision Course
-Andre the Giant biopic in the works
-Opening this Week (Brought to you by AMC Theatres)
-Mail Bag
Bryan Singer’s initial adaptations of the X-Men franchise were contemporary stories set in the early 2000s. Director Matthew Vaughn’s X-Men: First Class returned the mutants to their comic book roots in the 1960s followed by famously crossing timelines in the 70s-set X-Men: Days of Future Past. Now, fans look ahead to the possible end of the world (and the 1980s) in the upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse. So where do the mutants go from here? 
According to a report from Deadline, Gael García Bernal has been cast as the legendary Zorro, teaming with director Jonás Cuarón on a rebooted movie entitled Z. The movie, also written by Cuarón, is eyeing a fall start at the Pinewood Dominican Republic studios. This version of Zorro is said to be a re-imagining of the character as a swashbuckler traversing a near futuristic/post-apocalyptic landscape.
Gal Gadot has taken to her Facebook page to reveal that she has officially wrapped production on the upcoming solo Wonder Woman movie. Gadot will now report to the Justice League set to reprise her role as the Amazon Warrior, with production on the movie already a month in. 
According to a report from The Hollywood Reporter, Lee Daniels, the Oscar-nominated filmmaker behind Precious and The Butler, has exited the Richard Pryor biopic he was attached to direct. The Weinstein Co., which is behind the film, is said to have declined to wait for Daniels' schedule to clear up. Daniels is an executive producer on Fox's smash television drama Empire with another project at the network, requiring a significant time commitment.  
The latest installment in 20th Century Fox/Blue Sky Studios’ Ice Age franchise is about to crash land in theaters starting July 22nd in the states with Ice Age: Collision Course, the fifth film to focus on the animated prehistoric animals. Their next adventure now looks to blast through all the known eras of mankind’s technology and beyond, if the new trailer is any indication.  
Another graphic novel is getting a film adaptation, but there’s not a single superhero to be seen. Unless you count Andre the Giant as a superhero. According to a report from Variety André the Giant, real name Andre Roussimoff, is getting a biopic based on the graphic novel André the Giant: Closer the Heaven. 
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Category:Podcast -- posted at: 3:40pm EST