BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
There was a Mighty Ducks reunion over the weekend to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the release of D2: The Mighty Ducks. But don’t worry if you’re instantly feeling depressed because you weren’t there to mark the occasion, because the cast has bombarded the internet with pictures to document their reconciliation.
Netflix has created a bigger time waster than Netflix itself. We'd tell you more about what they've done, but we don't want to spoil the surprise.
New reports suggest William Shatner is finally in line to appear in Star Trek 3, as it has been revealed that Roberto Orci has reportedly written a cameo for the original James Tiberius Kirk. The only question is whether or not Shatner will actually take it.
With his new film Gone Girl set to hit theaters soon, director David Fincher recently took part in a BAFTA event, and during the proceedings he revealed that the John Doe role in Se7en was almost played by an actor completely different than Kevin Spacey.
A sequel is promised, but we're still waiting on word that it's a go. And it seems that might all hinge on Jeremy Renner, a man of many, many movie franchises.
This past summer we saw Sony enter the female-led superhero game, announcing a female-led Amazing Spider-Man-related feature for 2017, but it's still not clear exactly where they're planning on going with it. Today, however, arrives some evidence suggesting a direction that they may wind up taking.
The Incredibles' Edna Mode certainly had a chip on her shoulder about superheroes wearing capes, but she never said anything about cloaks - and nobody rocks a cloak quite like Doctor Strange. The Master of the Mystic Arts' look just isn't complete without his high-collared garment, which not only has the benefit of looking badass but also gives the hero the ability to levitate.
Stan Lee has revealed that he doesn’t think Thanos is the most powerful being the Marvel universe. After being probed on Twitter, the comic-book legend admitted that he believes Galactus could defeat Josh Brolin’s villain and it’s hard to disagree with his assessment. Not only has Galactus beaten Thanos numerous times in the comic books, but he is also the last sole-survivor of the universe before the Big Bang and he likes to eat planets too. Chuck Norris could still beat him up though.
Is Keanu Reeves back? It appears so. After several years of cinematic duds, including the likes of Constantine, The Day The Earth Stood Still and 47 Ronin, Reeves’ new film, John Wick, premiered at the Fantastic Festival to rave reviews over the weekend - and the Speed star has especially come in for high praise for his performance.
This week I had the incredible opportunity to sit down with Terry Gilliam, who is only allowed in the U.S. for 30 days a year (more on that later). Over the course of ten minutes, we discussed The Zero Theorem, its ties to his past dystopian epics, how he sees the U.S. and his own legacy, what he has coming up, and what he believes the new world religion really is.
When it comes to making X-Men movies, nobody on Earth has the clout of Bryan Singer. He was the man put in charge of the direction of the franchise when it began all the way back in 2000; he made one of the best comic book movies of all time when he made X2: X-Men United in 2003; and earlier this year he introduced the series to its biggest critical and box office success yet with X-Men: Days of Future Past.
The first description of what Aquaman will look like in Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice has been released, even though no-one at Warner Bros or Jason Momoa, the actor who has been heavily linked with portraying the nautical superhero, has confirmed that the character is actually in the blockbuster! Meanwhile it has also been teased that Aquaman actually made his debut during one of Man Of Steel’s earliest scenes, and evidence suggests that this could be true.
Today marks the first day of Autumn, and those who appreciate the changing of the colors in the leaves on trees will look forward to long walks on unusually cool afternoons. Unless you are in Jurassic World, that is. Those folks will be running for their lives.
Michael K. Williams was too big a name to be casually popping up as a featured extra. So how did this happen? Turns out, Williams had a major moment with the titular superhero that was nearly completely cut from the film.
The latest industry buzz has the actor potentially playing one of the most controversial figures in recent American history: NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden.