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While Luke’s participation in The Force Awakens was a glorified walk-on role, he will surely be a major character in Episode VII. And, if one rumor is to be believed, he will be both powerful and have a temper.
To celebrate Star Wars Day, Chris Miller, one of the co-directors of the upcoming Han Solo movie, shared a special photo connected to the famous fictional smuggler.
There were so many different rumors about Star Wars: The Force Awakens that it was just short of impossible to keep them all straight. Well, now Luke Skywalker himself has informed us that one of the old rumors wasn’t entirely untrue.
Avengers: Infinity War Part 1 and Part 2 will be when the MCU heroes finally battle Thanos. However, these movies will soon be making a key change. Get the details.
While we sit here on the eve of the release of another major comic book movie with Captain America: Civil War, we know that the next big comic book movie is right around the corner.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has been incredibly successful in its ability to create a shared universe of superheroes, with each one being a fully realized and unique character. For all the success that Marvel has had with creating their heroes, one place where they have been routinely criticized is in their villains.
The name holds dual meanings. Not only is it the character’s long-awaited return to the company that created him (Marvel), it will be a return to a high-school aged hero, meaning we might see Peter struggling to find a date to the Homecoming dance.
We've compiled a list of the five biggest reasons why Ben Affleck and Geoff Johns should strongly consider adapting Hush for the Batman solo movie.
It may be the single most controversial change to a piece of fiction in the history of time. Seriously, this one still gets people upset. Who Shot First, Han or Greedo. Here's one answer, and it comes from somebody who was there.
So far two full-length Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows trailers have been released, and to jazz fans up even more, now a third one has made its way online, showing off even more humor and wild action.
It’s a well-known story that George Lucas’ original treatment for Star Wars was much larger than the single film that was released in 1977. Now, we know at least one of the things that cut cut out.
In the history of the movie industry, there are few characters quite as iconic as the Disney Princess. The characters have made new fans as each ensuing generation has discovered them and fallen in love with them all over again.
Fans have been speculating at whether or not certain characters from the original trilogy will be making appearances in Rogue One. Luckily for us, actor Mads Mikkelsen has been getting a bit chatty lately, and spilled the beans on this possibility.
SPOILER WARNING: The following article contains key, albeit vague, spoilers about the end of Captain America: Civil War. If you haven’t had the opportunity to see the movie yet, and don’t wish to know any big or small details going in, we recommend clicking away to another one of our wonderful articles!
Today is May the Fourth, so get ready to see a lot of Star Wars related material all over the internet. As it turns out, if you’re part of the Star Wars universe, May the Fourth is actually a gift giving holiday.
The most mysterious of Fox’s X-Men related film projects is Josh Boone’s New Mutants. The film has been officially announced and Boone is signed to write and direct the project but, in an era where release dates are set half a decade in advance, we have no idea when we’ll finally see the thing or much about what the film will actually look like when we do.
After decades of playing an important role in the history of Marvel Comics, Black Panther is finally getting his day on the big screen. Captain America: Civil War marks the character’s first live-action adaptation, and as part of the unfolding Phase Three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, he will soon be at the center of his very own solo movie.
I had the pleasure of sitting down with Tim Miller and producer Simon Kinberg last month, and I began the interview by asking the pair about any deleted scenes that they wish could have been snuck back into the feature for the theatrical cut.
While Olivia Munn eventually found her way into the X-Men universe with her role in this summer's X-Men: Apocalypse, she almost found her way in through a different, earlier route. That route being through the heart of Wade Wilson.
Think you remember how bad Jennifer Garner's Elektra actually turned out to be? Let us remind you, with the help of an old friend.