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Tom Holland has admitted that he initially wasn't a fan of the way his Spider-Man costume fit early on in the production of Captain America: Civil War.
A young up and comer from this year's Sundance Film Festival is currently in talks for a major part in the upcoming Dark Tower adaptation.
We’re now just a few months away from the theatrical release of director Paul Feig’s Ghostsbusters, and while we’ve seen a good bit of footage and a handful of images from the movie, big details are also being kept purposefully mysterious and hidden prior to the film’s arrival.
13 years later after the original Tomb Raider movie series finished, now Lara Croft is preparing to head back to theaters. After several actresses being rumored for the role, the reboot has finally found its new iteration of the action hero.
Well, we knew this was coming eventually. No movie is without sin, according to the guys over at CinemaSins, and that certainly includes one of the most popular movies ever made.
James Cameron's Battle Angel has narrowed its search for a lead down to three major up-and-coming actresses.
The X-Men: Apocalypse previews have provided glimpses of how long the eponymous villain has been around, but a new clip from the blockbuster delves into what the U.S government knows about his history.
Secrecy in film has become one of the most important parts of the production. With so many people dying to know what’s going on behind the scenes and studios wanting to keep everything under wraps, the actors with the answers are sworn to silence.
Comedy duo Key and Peele have dusted off one of their more popular sketches to help promote their new movie, Keanu.
Captain America: Civil War opened overseas yesterday, and it has already started to prove that it could be one of Marvel's most successful film yet.
Beyond X-Men: Apocalypse, we haven’t heard anything about when Tye Sheridan’s Cyclops will appear again, but the actor expects that he’ll return at some point. Get the details.
While we’re on the verge of Captain America: Civil War we already know what the next steps in the Marvel Cinematic Universe will be. What we don’t know is how all of our favorite characters will fit into it.
Fox was so sure of the success of Deadpool that the sequel was greenlit before the original film even hit theaters. However, those making the movie must have had an inkling, as they already had the post-credits scene filmed telling us that the sequel would happen.
As comic books are primarily a visual medium, the character’s look was always the most important thing about them. Each hero and villain had to be unique and be able to catch the eye if the creators wanted them to catch on.
Director James Gunn has been very good about keeping fans up to date about the goings on with Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2. Having said that, his information isn't always very clear.
Director Paul Feig has explained in the past why his new version of the Ghostbusters is a reboot instead of a direct sequel: he and co-writer Katie Dippold didn’t like the idea of his characters simply being handed technology, and wanted to give them the chance to build it all themselves.
The marketing material that we’ve shown so far for Ghostbusters has been very specific. What we haven’t heard much about is the central villain of the new movie
While we’re still over a week away from Captain America: Civil War in North America, the film has opened in several countries overseas and that means people have seen it, and that means people are talking about it, and also pirating it.
A new role has been cast in The Dark Tower, and while we can't tell you who it is, we can say that the person chosen to fill the vacancy is pretty awesome. Read on to see which Vikings star is about to head to Mid-World.
Fast 8 just confirmed a huge production detail over social media, and you have to see the announcement to believe it. Read on to see where Dominic Toretto and his racing family are headed next.