@LCMac18Casting may not be nailed down and ready to officially announce for the new Star Wars movie, but Disney is debating the release dates for its new Star Wars franchise and Captain America 3, while also revealing some other new details. A possible name for the next Resident Evil film and the first image from Terminator: Genesis have also been unveiled. Resident Evil: Retribution was, according to Mary Sue, “the last film in the franchise” and its quality was highly debated. Director Paul W.S. Anderson told MovieWeb “I have to go home tomorrow for Rising Resident Evil. That’s what I’m going to do. As you know, Bingbling [Li] is in the last movie and she will be there again.” Jumping on the bandwagon, Anderson also mentioned that this film would be in 3D. The first image revealed for Terminator: Genesis of the film’s slate does not, according to Mary Sue, “contain anything awesome.” In other news, Disney Studios chairman Alan Horn has been vocal about Disney’s newest properties. Hollywood Reporter wrote that, according to Horn, “casting is ‘almost complete,’ adding that ‘we’re not prepared to announce it yet, but we will be very shortly.’” Horn went on to explain that, “principal photography hasn’t started on the film, with the Abu Dhabi shoot described as ‘some second unit work … because we have all these locations we have to film and we have to give it that Star Wars-ian look.’” Horn also revealed that the original May release date had been pushed back to December 2015. “We may revert,” he said. “It depends on the readiness of the screenplays and where we are.” According to SlashFilm, J.J. Abrams and his team are noted to have wanted more time with the script to ensure that the Star Wars traditions and legacy remain intact. Horn also commented, according to Mary Sue, on the Captain America 3 release date, “as it pertains to Warner Bros. Man of Steel sequel coinciding.” ”We’ll see,” said Horn. “We’re struggling with it.”
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