It's safe to say we've never been so happy to see a bucket of popcorn in our lives!
After months of waiting with no sign of Superman intheJustice League promo.. FINALLY a new look!
In fact it's actually three new images of Supes, in Golden Link's preview of concession merchandise set to go on sale about a month before Justice League's release on November 17. You can check out the rest on their site. There's always a chance some of this promo material doesn't make the final cut, but we're loving the new look at Superman, as he finally takes his place as a member of the League.
Local photographer and blogger Justine Sacreze followed the M:I6 production in that city, updating her blog with the latest details and photos. This set was part of the shoot the Friday and Saturday before Henry flew to Jersey to participate in The Durrell Challenge.
Just a couple of days after Mission: Impossible 6 filming wrapped in Paris, Tom Cruise has revealed a few exciting details about the next location in Glenorchy near Queenstown, New Zealand.
Speaking to Newshub at the premiere of The Mummy on Monday, Tom said he'll be heading to New Zealand "in a couple of weeks." He added that the cast and crew will be there "for about a month, five weeks, something like that."
Henry seemingly mentioned the trip at The Durrell Challenge, telling ITV News Kal would be staying home because he didn't want to put him through the quarantine required: "I'll be traveling somewhere soon, where there will be quite a bit of quarantine for him to go through and I don't want to put him through that. So that will probably make him less happy and I'd be doing it for very selfish reasons, so he'll be staying with someone else who will be looking out for him during that period."
Tom added that he's been "telling the cast and crew just what a treat" they're all in for. The last time he filmed there it was for The Last Samurai, 15 years ago. Henry was in New Zealand early last year, as he shot part of the Huawei P9 ad campaign with Scarlett Johansson.
In the meantime, we've gotten a first look at the M:I6 upcoming promotion via Collider that shared a pic of the poster being used at the Licensing Expo in Las Vegas.
And check out this new behind the scenes look from Nomis. Director David Raymond posted the pic of Henry's costar Alex Daddario, as he supported her work in Baywatch which is now in theaters.
According tolesechos.fr,a big chunk of the film was shot in France:
More than half of the film was filmed in Paris," says Michel Gomez, general delegate of the cinema mission at the Paris City Hall. The expenses incurred in Paris as part of this shooting (hotels, restaurants ...) and the hiring of 300 French technicians are valued at 25 million euros for two months of shooting. "It's the biggest and heaviest shoot ever made in the capital," continues Michel Gomez.
That certainly goes along with director Chris McQuarrie's vision, which he talked about during his appearance on John August and Craig Mazin’s Scriptnotes podcastrecently.
I went back and I looked at the first movie, which started in Prague, and realized that they’re in Prague for the first half of the movie. So, I sort of pulled back a little bit on the globe-trotting. I think in Rogue Nation I think we might have been in six countries in the first ten minutes of the movie.
The M:I6 director talks extensively about the process of making this sequel, and how it will vary from the way he approached Rogue Nation. Collider wrote an excellent piece highlighting his comments, so make sure to check it out at the link below.
Christopher McQuarrie teases a more "emotionally dramatic" 'M:I 6' + talks script changes in lengthy chat. https://t.co/iMM7tNJNAs
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We really feel we were spoiled by all the updates from Paris, so thanks to everyone who shared their photos and videos. Now that production is headed to New Zealand, news may be hard to come by because of the remote set locations and access to them. But as they say... we'll always have Paris.
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Director Chris McQuarrie announced the end of Mission: Impossible 6 filming in Paris today, with a photo of the cast and crew. He confirmed the next production stop is New Zealand, where sets are now going up.
Earlier fans had shared a closer look at Henry at the last Paris location, right at the foot of the Eiffel Tower.