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Disney sets Marvel release dates through 2019

Marvel and its president Kevin Feige reportedly have a plan of superhero films mapped out until 2028, but with Comic-Con right around the corner and Guardians of the Galaxy poised to rocket into theaters on Aug. 1, Disney teased its Marvel Cinematic Universe release plans for the next five years. The studio’s comic-book blockbusters for the next two years are already on the books, but the new news includes five still-untitled Marvel films spanning between the summers of 2017 and 2019.

Untitled Marvel now dated on 7/28/17

Untitled Marvel now dated on 11/3/17

Untitled Marvel now dated on 7/6/18

Untitled Marvel now dated on 11/2/18

Untitled Marvel now dated on 5/3/19  READ FULL STORY

Andy Serkis is 'precious' to Hollywood's biggest blockbusters

Andy Serkis is the star of Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, the weekend’s top film, and his performance as the first great ape is drawing attention—again—for his unique brand of artistic expression that fuses drama with digital effects. Some even think it deserves to be considered for an Academy Award. Yet in most serious cinematic discussion, his genius is frequently discounted: Yes, he’s amazing as Gollum and Kong and Caesar, but if only he could nab a real-person role that unleashed his gift and let us see the real him.

Folks, Serkis isn’t stuck in some motion-capture ghetto; he’s constructing an empire. Three years ago, he founded Imaginarium Studios, which has become the go-to outfit for mo-cap production and expertise. Not only has the special-effects company attracted attention to Serkis’ plans for Animal Farm and Jungle Book film projects, but Serkis has been recruited for the upcoming Star Wars and The Avengers sequels. READ FULL STORY

Casting Net: Leonardo DiCaprio drops out of 'The Deep Blue Good-by'; Plus, Thomas Kretschmann's Marvel deal, more

• Leonardo DiCaprio is no longer attached to star as the scrappy Florida beach bum Travis McGee in the big-screen adaptation of John D. MacDonald‘s The Deep Blue Good-by (the first in a 21-book series). Though it was being developed for DiCaprio, who earned an Academy nod for his performance in The Wolf of Wall Street, the actor decided to exit due to scheduling conflicts. Still, the project does seem to be moving forward for 20th Century Fox: It was just announced that Wolverine‘s James Mangold is in negotiations to direct, and Mystic River‘s Dennis Lehane penned the most recent draft of the script. DiCaprio’s Appian Way will still produce the project as well. Sound off in the comments if you have any ideas about who should play McGee in Leo’s absence. [Deadline] READ FULL STORY

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