Christopher Paolini campaigns for Disney to green light new Eragon adaptation

Christopher Paolini’s dragon-riding tale captivated millions of young readers in the 2000s, and like many popular book franchises, it received a widescreen adaptation. But fans never felt like the Eragon movie did justice to the books.

Now they’re campaigning for an Eragon TV show on Disney Plus – through the power of Twitter.


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‘The New Mutants’ release opening of the film during ComicCon@Home

During ComicCon&Home panel, on Thursday, July 23rd thd opening minutes of the film were previewed.  The panel featured stars Anya Taylor Joy, Maise Williams, Henry Zaga , Blu Hunt, Charlie Heaton and director Josh Boone. The panel is moderated by Ira Madison.  The panel can be viewed in full here.

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‘The New Mutants’ teaser released and ComicCon@Home panel announced

News has dropped today that 20th Century X-Men film ‘The New Mutants‘ will have a ComicCon&Home panel, on Thursday, July 23rd at 2PM PT featuring starts Anya Taylor Joy, Maise Williams, Henry Zaga , Blu Hunt, Charlie Heaton and director Josh Boone. The panel is moderated by Ira Madison. They have also released a brand new trailer for the film:

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The New Mutants set for August Release Date

The New Mutants is the last of the X-Men movies to be produced by 20th Century Fox to be released, following 2019’s Dark Phoenix. Disney’s purchase of Fox means that the X-Men characters are now able to be used in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and those characters may be recast or disregarded entirely in future movies featuring the X-men. Since the acquisition it has been unclear what this would mean for the unreleased ‘The New Mutants’; directed by Josh Boone (The Fault In Our Stars); which had already faced numerous difficulties on it’s road to release.

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The New Mutants Looks Set For VOD Release

The New Mutants is the last of the X-Men movies to be produced by 20th Century Fox to be released, following 2019’s Dark Phoenix. Disney’s purchase of Fox means that the X-Men characters are now able to be used in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and those characters may be recast or disregarded entirely in future movies featuring the X-men. Since the acquisition it has been unclear what this would mean for the unreleased ‘The New Mutants’; directed by Josh Boone (The Fault In Our Stars); which had already faced numerous difficulties on it’s road to release. Continue reading