Here is some very good news for the live-action Minecraft movie . Initially announced in 2014, the latter has gone through many adventures, so much so that we thought it was forgotten, but no.
After the circulation of the name of actor Steve Carell in the main role of Steve , here is another name circulating, and not just any since it is our Aquaman, Jason Momoa .
Jason Momoa as Steve?
According to the latest information from The Hollywood Reporter , it seems that Minecraft The Movie is resurfacing , to our delight, with a new actor in its small papers: Jason Momoa .
If the latter is mainly known for his role of Aquaman, it would seem that the production of the film, with Jared Hess at the head of the production , is in talks with the superhero so that the latter definitively integrates the cast of the film. Also according to the Hollywood Reporter, things seem to be on the right track since they are already finalizing everything .
Nevertheless, at the time of writing, we do not know for which role Jason Momoa has been approached , but we hope that the latter will take on the role of Steve, since the name of Steve Carell no longer seems to be in order. of the day.
Regarding a release date, the Minecraft movie was supposed to appear in March 2022, but the latter has been postponed to an as yet unknown date . However, we should know more soon since the adaptation agreement signed by Warner Bros. will end in January 2023 (via The Ankler ).
And on the side of Minecraft the game?
Well good news! As you are certainly aware, Minecraft will welcome a new major update this summer , the Wild Update. On the program of this one several novelties with in particular a new biome, the Deep Dark, new mobs like the Warden, frogs, tadpoles, but also a new variant of the swamps with the mangrove swamps.
If you want to get a glimpse of these new features right now, know that Mojang Studios has set up several Snapshots through which you can get a taste of it all.
In the meantime, you can still enjoy or discover the Caves and Cliffs update, available since the end of 2021.