Catching you up on some of our favorite things to come out of Hollywood this week:
With Wonder Woman already well on her way to a big opening weekend, check out this amazing concept art that brings the vision of Themyscira and other locations to life. (Deadline, We Got This Covered).
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales smoothly sailed to the top of the box office over the long Memorial Day weekend, as the fifth film in the franchise earned $77 million. (USA Today)
To celebrate forty years since the debut of the first Star Wars film, Vanity Fair unveiled a special issue with four different front covers highlightingThe Last Jedi, shot by famed photographer Annie Lebowitz. The issue also offers exclusive first looks at the storyline, images and a behind-the-scenes video of the photo shoot.
Tom Cruise finally revealed that Top Gun 2 will begin production sometime in 2018. (CBS News)
Tom Hardy is set to play one of Spider-Man’s most famous archenemies in the Marvel spin-off, Venom. (New York Times)
Rosario Dawson is in early discussions to play Dr. Cecilia Reyes in the X-Men spin-off, New Mutants. (Variety)
Gru (Steve Carrell) returns to his old villainous ways and the Minions end up in prison in the final action-packed trailer for Despicable Me 3. (Entertainment Weekly)
Siblings Jimmy (Channing Tatum), Clyde (Adam Driver) and Mellie (Riley Keough) orchestrate a robbery during a NASCAR race in Steven Soderbergh’s Logan Lucky. (Yahoo! Movies)
The Secret Life of the Bees’ Gina Prince-Bythewood has been tapped to direct another Spider-Man spinoff, Silver and Black, based on the comic book characters Silver Sable and Black Cat. (The Hollywood Reporter)
Paddington is back in a brand-new adventure, as seen in this teaser for the 2018 sequel. (Cinema Blend)
During a visit to the Ellen DeGeneres show, Michael Keaton discussed his role as Vulture in the upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming and brought an exclusive clip which gives an in-depth look of the character. (Comingsoon.net)