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Wade Winston Wilson often plays in the same sandboxes as the X-Men characters, and that trend could continue when the anti-hero makes his way to the big screen in 2016.
James Spader appeared on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon and revealed just how massive Ultron will be in the new Avengers movie due out next summer. Cap and the team better start hitting the weights...
You may think you know how crazy Joe Carnahan's Stretch is, but you haven't seen anything yet. Behold the wrath of Hoff!
The ball is in your court now, Mr. Snyder. What are you planning to share next? Listen to our Monday Movie Memo, perhaps. Take a few of our suggestions. Let’s keep this game going, gentlemen.
In an exclusive interview, Liefeld referred to that leaked footage – and the positive response to it from fans – as the “last and most important piece” to the Deadpool puzzle.
Elba shared a story from the set of 2011's Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, in which he appeared opposite the one and only Nic Cage. It turns out the premise of many a hackneyed sitcom is just how Cage lives his life:
Blockbuster Video's corporate stores may be dead and buried, but there are still indie licensees bearing the name in parts of the country -- places were you can still wander in on a Friday night and browse the New Release wall for the latest movies.
With Roberto Orci and crew handing in the first draft of their script for Star Trek 3, it's time to start speculating about what classic Star Trek episodes might figure into the new film. Here are 5 prime choices.
Good day, cravers of all things visceral and bacon-scented. It’s a pretty huge weekend for theatrical horror, even though it's of the limited variety. Kevin Smith’s psycho body horror flick Tusk is out, as is Adam Wingard’s thriller The Guest. The question is, would you rather watch Dan Stevens kick some ass or watch Justin Long scream his ass off?
As excited as we were last week about the news that the Deadpool movie had finally gotten a release date, we sadly didn't realize the potential drawbacks of the project actually moving forward. Basically, fans may have just made a deal with the devil.
Of course, nothing has been made official by Marvel or Tom Hiddleston (do you expect them to give away the death of a big character?), but we’ve been staring into our Crystal Ball of Speculation and have put together some pieces suggesting that Loki’s days on the big screen may be numbered. What could seal his fate? Read on to find out.
Oscar season is set to begin very soon, but for now we’re still stuck in the middling weeks of September. That’s not to say that the movies coming out this week look bad, but there’s just not a ton to get excited about. This time around we’ve got trolls living in boxes and Denzel serving his revenge cold.
The Maze Runner, based on yet another series of young adult books set in a sci-fi-ish, post-apocolyptic-ish world took first place, but only banked $32 million. That's a modest showing at best, well short of openings like Divergent's $54 million debut in March and the hugely successful Hunger Games franchise and its triple digit bow ins. Still, Maze Runner's $32 million start isn't bad when compared with its equally modest budget of $34 million, making it a viable, if not wildly successful, financial franchise.
Vin Diesel is always a scary dude. Thanks to his giant muscles and angry sneer, he wakes up looking like he’s ready to beat people up. It’s just standard operating procedure for him, but it turns out his normal appearance isn’t even as scary as it gets.
It's no secret that in Hollywood all success is followed by developments of a sequel, as young-adult adaptation The Maze Runner is the latest feature to fall into that pattern. The movie made big money in its first three days of release this weekend, and now 20th Century Fox is celebrating that win with an announcement of a Maze Runner 2.... and it's coming sooner than you might think.