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Joss Whedon Talks Ultron, Calls the Evil Robot 'Genuinely Disturbed'
"We're finding out what makes him menacing and at the same time endearing and funny and strange and unexpected, and everything a robot never is," Whedon explained about Ultron, the next villain to face The Avengers on screen.
Jessica Chastain Rumored For Mission: Impossible 5
Jessica Chastain is without question one of the most talented actresses working in Hollywood today - and she has the Oscar nominations to prove it - but one part of the industry she has really yet to explore is the full-on franchise blockbuster. Back in 2012 she was offered the chance to play what ended up being Rebecca Hall's part in Iron Man 3, and ultimately turned it down, and we haven't heard about her going out for any similar opportunities since.
Miramax And AOL Team Up To Let You Watch Movies For Free
Despite the protests of filmmakers far and wide, portable entertainment is growing by leaps and bounds. What used to be an exclusively theatrical medium has now become an increasingly portable affair. With an expanding customer base comes an expanding marketplace, and AOL is the latest company to join in on the digital revolution.
Pitch Perfect 2 Stars Gather For A Photo During Day 1 Of Rehearsals
Pitch Perfect 2 won't arrive in theaters for another year, but it looks like some of the cast are already practicing their pitching at "A cappella boot camp." The above photo announces "Day 1 of Pitch Perfect 2 rehearsals" and shows Hana Mae Lee, Rebel Wilson, Elizabeth Banks, Ester Dean, Alexis Knapp...
Scarlett Johansson And Lupita Nyong'o May Join Idris Elba In Jon Favreau's The Jungle Book
Warner Bros.' adaptation of The Jungle Book is starting to pick up steam and now has Andy Serkis ready to work some mo-cap magic, but Disney's competing project based on the same source material is already in its casting stage.
The Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants 3 Is In The Works
Screenwriter Liz Garcia, who is best known for her work on television shows like Cold Case and Memphis Beat and just made her directorial debut with The Lifeguard, is penning the adaptation. Ken Kwapis, who directed the first Sisterhood of Traveling Pants movie but not the second, is returning to take the helm and close out the trilogy.
William Hurt Exits The Gregg Allman Biopic 'Midnight Rider'
Back in February, the production of the Gregg Allman biopic Midnight Rider was struck by tragedy. While filming a scene on a railroad, a few members of the film crew got stuck on the tracks and struck by a train. The incident resulted in many injuries and the death of Sarah Elizabeth Jones, the movie's 27-year-old second camera assistant.
This Wolf Of Wall Street 'F' Word Supercut Is Hilarious, Surprisingly Safe For Work
Montages like this can only continue now that Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street has made its way to home video. Fans can chop it up, rework it, and come up with clever approaches to the overlong drama. Because Lord knows, the movie needed a few edits here and there.
X-Men: Days Of Future Past TV Spot Reveals A Beast Transformation And Toad's Wicked Tongue
While it's still not exactly clear how James McAvoy's Professor X is walking around in the previews for X-Men: Days of Future Past, at the very least we now get to see why Nicholas Hoult's Beast is walking around looking normal instead of blue and fuzzy like in the end of X-Men: First Class.
Jurassic World Shows Off Dinosaur Destruction In First Official Photos
Jurassic World is an idea you either love or hate. You’re either on the bus, or you’re at the station re-watching your favorite previous entry on Blu Ray. There’s probably very little that could sway you into accepting the idea of a brand new sequel. Today’s your lucky day, as Entertainment Weekly has the first three images that will either help draw you in or continue to push you away. Either way, they already look better than Jurassic Park III ever was.
Goosebumps Adds Super 8's Ryan Lee
With any luck, the upcoming Goosebumps movie will be packed with all kinds of various nostalgia triggers for audiences who grew up reading the books back in the 1990s, and one good sign that the project is heading in that direction is that they've just hired an actor with a good amount of nostalgia experience.
Live-Action Barbie Comedy In the Works At Sony Pictures
Barbie is finally making her way to the big screen in a solo, live-action comedy. Recently picked up by Sony Pictures, the classic character has been signed on for a possible franchise bid, thanks to a rather persuasive pitch by producers Walter Parkes and Laurie MacDonald.
Bioshock Takes A Few Steps Closer To Reality At Sony
Studios seem more comfortable with optioning the rights to video game experiences, which practically offer themselves as demo reels for any future adaptations to be sold on. Which means the time might be right for the resurrection of the Bioshock movie.
The Walking Dead's Stephen Yeun And Felicia Day Join Comic Adaptation Chew
Production company Heavy Metal’s co-founders David Boxenbaum and Jeff Krelitz are now closer than anyone has ever been to bringing writer John Layman and artist Rob Guillory’s work to life, and they’ve hired The Walking Dead’s Steven Yeun and geek culture superstar Felicia Day to join the animated feature’s voice cast.
Doug Liman Headed Into Space For Railman; Plus New Edge Of Tomorrow Poster
The plot concerns a future where we take trains from universe to universe, centering on a thief who is tricked into stealing an item of great value, becoming the subject of an extensive manhunt. The book isn’t even scheduled to be published until fall 2015, but Warner Bros. was excited enough to pick up the property themselves.