Baron Zemo: 5 Things You Need To Know About Captain America's New Villain
Daniel Bruhl’s mysterious villain role in Captain America: Civil War has been identified as Baron Zemo. Here are the five important facts you need to know about the purple-masked enemy (both versions of them) to prep for the 2016 blockbuster.
to Adam Holmes 2015-01-26
Why Jude Law Wanted No Part Of Playing Superman
It's a little known fact in the comic book movie world, but there was a time when Jude Law was offered the opportunity to star as the titular superhero in Brett Ratner’s planned Superman film. The English actor turned down the role, despite the fact that he is a life-long comic-book fan, but now he's revealed both why he turned it down and why he doesn't have any regrets.
to Gregory Wakeman 2015-01-26
Wait, Go-Bots Might Get Their Own Movie?
After the massive success that has been had thanks to Michael Bay's Transformers movies, Hasbro is looking to bring a brand new set of robots to the big-screen - this time in the shape of the Go-Bots.
to Gregory Wakeman 2015-01-26
Mission Impossible 5 Is Terrified Of Star Wars
It seems that Tom Cruise’s Ethan Hunt has made yet another intense escape from perilous danger… though this time it's from the clutches of the release date Death Star that is Star Wars: The Force Awakens!
to Joseph Baxter 2015-01-26
The Jetsons Movie Is Back On, With This Major Change
We've been hearing about a Jetsons movie for quite some time. Back in 2012, Kanye West said that he was asked to be a creative consultant on the film, and then reiterated this allegation in 2013. At long last, though, Warner Bros. is moving forward with a new feature on the Hanna-Barbera property, but it doesn't look like West will be involved. Not only that, but it won’t be live action!
to Nick Romano 2015-01-26
Avengers 2 Will Open With This Badass Scene
SPOILER WARNING: There are potential spoilers ahead for The Avengers: Age of Ultron. If you do not wish to learn details about one of the earliest scenes in the film, we would recommend turning away now!
to Adam Holmes 2015-01-26
The Star Wars Spin-Off Just Added This Oscar Nominee In A Key Role
In his career as a screenwriter, Chris Weitz has handled projects both small and big - from his Oscar-nominated adaptation of the Nick Hornby drama About A Boy, to the fantastical big screen version of The Golden Compass - but his next project definitely falls into the latter category.
to Eric Eisenberg 2015-01-26
How One Robert Downey Jr. Decision Changed Marvel's Entire Future
Robert Downey Jr. has an interesting leveraged position when it comes to dealing with Marvel Studios. Still, that hasn’t stopped Marvel from repeatedly betting on him, and as a result we will soon see him co-starring in Joe and Anthony Russo’s Captain America 3. What you may not know, however, is that this decision may have completely changed Marvel’s entire future.
to Eric Eisenberg 2015-01-26
Toy Story: See This Mom's Perfect Recreation Of Andy's Room
Toy Story is one of those movies that transcends age. The film franchise unites parents and kids alike with lighthearted stories about what the toys in your childhood bedrooms do when you leave the room. One mom proved that she not only loves the film but that her passion might even surpass that of her kids’.
to Nick Romano 2015-01-26
Mortdecai Is A Box Office Disaster
It appears that Johnny Depp comedy vehicle, Mortdecai showed up embarrassingly anemic at the box-office this past weekend. With a tragic domestic gross of $4.13 million, the film will have a long and arduous path towards making back its $60 million budget.
to Joseph Baxter 2015-01-26
Why Jennifer Lawrence Was Terrified Of Starring In The Hunger Games
Jennifer Lawrence was cast as Katniss Everdeen in the Hunger Games franchise back in 2011, and she quickly rose to international stardom. In retrospect, however, the 24-year-old actress was actually terrified of signing on to something as huge as the young adult franchise.
to Nick Romano 2015-01-26
The Greatest Tom Hanks Fart Story Of All Time
We’re not breaking new ground by finding farts funny. In fact, there’s a whole video series dedicated to the fine art of dropping fart noises into the uncomfortable silences that exist in some of your favorite film and television shows.
to Sean O'Connell 2015-01-26
The Fantastic Four Costumes Will Supposedly Look Like This
We have spent months (im)patiently waiting for 20th Century Fox to finally reveal the first look at the new rebooted version of The Fantastic Four, and while the film’s debut trailer is on its way, today we may have a sneak peek at what to expect costume-wise:
to Eric Eisenberg 2015-01-26
Monday Movie Memo: Birdman And American Sniper Move Up The Oscar Charts
Richard Linklater’s 12-year-spanning Boyhood has been collecting numerous accolades as we have meandered through the lengthy Oscar race. But as we talked about in a recent episode of our Awards Blend, the game changes now that we are in Phase Two of the Oscar marathon.
to Sean O'Connell 2015-01-26
This Badass Fight From Terminator: Genisys May Be 2015's Best
This summer’s Terminator Genisys is looking to take everything we know about franchise’s longtime lore and tell it “hasta la vista, baby.” However, no event may be more surreal than a heavy-duty super-fight sequence that is slated to occur between Arnold Schwarzenegger’s T-800 Terminator… and Arnold Schwarzenegger’s T-800 Terminator!
to Joseph Baxter 2015-01-26
How Charlize Theron Used The Sony Hack to Make Millions
According to these reports, though, Universal is now prepared to pay Charlize Theron as much as Chris Hemsworth, which signifies progress. However, as Melissa Silverstein, founder and editor of Women and Hollywood, said in the report, “Until we see some movement in these numbers, I don’t think we have accomplished what we need to accomplish.”
to Sean O'Connell 2015-01-26
This Rotten Week: Predicting Project Almanac, The Loft and Black or White Reviews
Another week of very uninspiring major releases. This has been a dull winter. Nothing on this docket suggests we are pulling out of the cinematic doldrums with time travel, lofts and Kevin Costner hitting the screen.
to Doug Norrie 2015-01-26
Emma Watson Is Joining Disney's Live-Action Beauty And The Beast, Get The Details
It appears Disney has found its Beauty. Emma Watson has officially been cast in the role of Belle in Bill Condon's upcoming live-action "interpretation" of Beauty and the Beast.
to Kelly West 2015-01-26
Captain America 3: Daniel Bruhl Is Playing This Classic Marvel Villain
When the third solo film for Marvel’s juiced, justice-seeking, integrity-oozing Avenger, hits next year, our hero might cross another of his signature comic book nemeses off the list. With the addition of Daniel Bruhl, speculation began running rampant as to the identity of his character. Well, it looks like Bruhl will be donning the purple mantle of none other this iconic Cap villain.
to Joseph Baxter 2015-01-26
Joss Whedon Directing The Avengers: Infinity War? Here's What He Said
It's hard to imagine Avengers: Infinity War without Joss Whedon. It’d be a shame to see him drop out before seeing the fruits of his labor with the big battle against Thanos, but it seems like Avengers: Age of Ultron will be the last one he tackles.
to Nick Romano 2015-01-26
Johnny Depp's Career Probably Hit Rock Bottom During This Humiliating Mortdecai Scene
Mortdecai, as horrific as it may be, isn't the end of Johnny Depp's career. However, there is one scene that marks the lowest low the well-regarded actor has ever hit.
to Mike Reyes 2015-01-26
Some People Are Not Watching American Sniper Responsibly
American Sniper dominated the box office during its opening weekend and set a number of records in the process. In addition, its been nominated for a total of six Oscars, including for Bradley Cooper’s performance as the deadliest sniper in U.S. history Chris Kyle. However, it’s also sparked a number of controversies in the process, and another one has unfortunately popped up.
to Nick Romano 2015-01-26
Harry Potter Is Getting Its Coolest Fan Experience Yet
It seems more than fair to suggest that standing on Platform 9 3/4 and waiting to board the Hogwarts Express is a daydream shared by Harry Potter fans around the world. Warner Bros. Studio Tour London is giving fans a taste of that reality in the form of a massive expansion to the set tour.
to Kelly West 2015-01-26
Sundance Setting Record-Breaking Sale For Me And Earl And The Dying Girl
The Sundance film festival is in full swing and with it comes an abundance of films looking for distribution. We’ve already heard great things from critics about James Franco and Zachary Quinto in I Am Michael, Jason Segel as David Foster Wallace in End of the Tour, and the spooky film The Witch. But the biggest news to come out of this festival this year so far centers on Me and Earl and the Dying Girl.
to Nick Romano 2015-01-26
The Joker Will Probably Look Like This In Suicide Squad
Jared Leto has confirmed that he will be playing the Clown Prince of Insanity in Suicide Squad, but plot details have informed us that, for now, The Joker will be locked away for the duration of the film and will be playing mind games on the villains in the Squad a la Hannibal Lecter.
to Sean O'Connell 2015-01-26
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