Marvel moviegoers may remember the key scene in Captain America: The Winter Soldier in which Cap and Black Widow stumble upon the phalanx of ancient computer hardware that made up the preserved “brain” of the villainous Arnim Zola. However, in some newly-surfaced storyboard animatics chronicling an alternate take things go down quite differently than the scene we saw.
DC's upcoming Wonder Woman may have found its male star in the form of Chris Pine.
The actor who was left for dead near the end of Captain America: The Winter Soldier is reprising his villainous role of Crossbones in Civil War. And from what we were able to see in leaked set visit photos and footage, he will fight Captain America and Falcon (Anthony Mackie) in what looks like a small African city, probably Wakanda.
Tilda Swinton is joining the Marvel verse in a key role, though the studio is making one drastic change.
Scott Derrickson has been reading a ton of Doctor Strange comic books and posting his favorite panels to social media in anticipation of his Marvel movie with Benedict Cumberbatch as the Sorcerer Supreme. His recent tweet revealed that we'll be meeting the personification of Death in this Phase Three installment.
After one of the most stellar first seasons that a comic book fan could hope for, audiences can't wait for Daredevil Season 2. Next to nothing is known about where the plot will next take the Man Without Fear, but it’s looking more and more like he’ll be joined by another iconic character.
At this point David Ayer has to not give two shits about who sees what from Suicide Squad. The latest reveal is perhaps the biggest reveal: Batman is, indeed, in Suicide Squad, and you can see him swing into action on top of the Joker's car.
Fantastic Four might have changed The Thing's eye color. The bastards.
On Gotham, Bruce Wayne is still years away from becoming Batman, but the titular city’s criminals aren’t waiting for the caped vigilante to rise to begin their crime careers. The show has recruited two new villains for Season 2 in the fall, and neither of them will be lacking for good looks.
Bryan Singer just revealed a potentially interesting new tidbit about X-Men: Apocalypse.
The comic-inspired costume that Paul Rudd wears in the upcoming Ant-Man seems to be controversy-free. However, some notable critics regarding the unitards’s utilitarian value happen to be the people who created the getup. Apparently, a gaping, potentially fatal flaw was left in the design for the sake of aesthetics for the would-be Avengers team member.
For DC characters with “super” at the front of their names, the concept of heritage is a strong one. For Supergirl, actress Laura Benanti recently claimed audiences can expect to see her character Alura in three different forms on the show.
DC has some flexibility, as far as we know. We’re not 100% sure what the timeline of the story in play is supposed to be. But if The Rock is telling us, yet again, that we won’t have to wait until 2019 to see him play Black Adam opposite a yet-to-be-cast Shazam, I’m more than willing to believe it.
Ryan Reynolds made his cinematic debut as Deadpool way back in X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Now that his foulmouthed, katana-swinging character has his own standalone X-Men movie, will Hugh Jackman return the favor?
What is Bruce Wayne doing in a movie that already focuses on the likes of Harley Quinn, Killer Croc, Deadshot and Boomerang going on covert missions for Amanda Waller? New videos have leaked from the set giving us our answer: one awesome chase between The Joker and the Batmobile.
Nixed superhero mega-movie, Justice League Mortal, had big plans for 2009 with Mad Max mastermind, George Miller… until it all fell apart. Now, it seems that folks fascinated by the 86’d attempt are putting together a documentary film, illustrating what went wrong on this once-auspicious epic.
While we know a lot about where the Flash and Arrow spinoff Legends of Tomorrow will be taking its characters, there’s one in particular that we're wondering about more than anyone else: Firestorm.
With Supergirl officially headed to our televisions next TV season, now seems to be a great time to compile what we know about the series and present it in an easily digestible form. Here’s everything we've figured out about CBS’ Supergirl.
The X-Men movie series has typically stuck to the task of tackling immense threats to the world. While that’s all well and good for those team dynamic films, it’s starting to sound as if Channing Tatum wants to break that mold a bit with his upcoming solo shot in next year’s Gambit. Could we be seeing a different take on the origin film?
Knowing how this goes, he’ll make the rounds on a few late-night talk shows, maybe attempt to recapture his viral-video glory, and probably sleep with a bag of ice on the bridge of his nose for the next few weeks.
We already had clues that Harley was going to get shut out of Arrow after her oh-so-brief cameo in Season 2, but many of us were holding out hope that her fate would be similar to The Flash, who will exist as both a TV and movie hero.
You probably heard the rumors about the tumultuous making-of process of Fantastic Four, but just how bad did things get? New rumors hit the airwaves recently suggesting that another director was brought in to handle the reshoots of the film, though Trank almost immediately denounced them.
He wants in on the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Back in October rumors of Warner Bros first live-action web series based on DC Comics’ Static Shock were leaning towards Jaden Smith taking on the titular role. And it looks like that casting choice was set into motion
With Marvel and Sony Pictures newly working together on Spider-Man, opportunity to give the story new and different iterations than previous films has arisen. And though Emma Stone is not sure of the reality of a female-centered Spider-Man movie, she could be interested.
With only a few months left till the highly anticipated Ant-Man arrives in theaters, we are slowly putting the pieces together in what to expect. Now, big players in the cast and crew have opened up on the film in an exposing interview. Specifically, director Peyton Reed has teased an appearance from Earth’s Mightiest including Anthony Mackie’s Falcon and other Avengers.
Evangeline Lilly previously commented Ant-Man's changes of script and direction after Edgar Wright’s departure, but now she’s claimed that the main difference is that the new script is far more American.
Comic Book superheroes have seen their share of tough fights. Batman had Bane. Superman died fighting Doomsday. Now there’s a new challenger is town and she’s ready to take all costumed comers.
If Oscar Isaac is to be believed, his character in X-Men: Apocalypse is going to be downright biblical.
There was a lot of outrage when Michael B. Jordan was cast as Johnny Storm in Fantastic Four, and now the actor has addressed the backlash in a heartfelt letter to internet trolls.
Before filming Guardians of the Galaxy 2, James Gunn is taking a side trip into horror, and he's bringing along an old friend.
Deadpool is not a kid-friendly movie, but when it comes to Ryan Reynolds, the man couldn’t be more willing to make a young Deadpool fan’s wish come true.
Six Flags Fiesta Texas in San Antonio is gearing up for the grand opening of their all new roller coaster and it’s unlike anything ever seen. The thrilling ride takes you and your friends on a high-speed spinning adventure that is bound to get your stomach turning.
We know that Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice’s titular heroes are at opposite ends of the experience spectrum, but you’ll be surprised by how long the film’s tertiary hero Wonder Woman has been around.
Work is well underway on the set of Captain America: Civil War. The news has been coming quickly and quite a bit is going on. One super hero however has had some time to relax before going to work.
Unfortunately, it looks as if the network is not going to be able to fully keep the first episode under wraps before then. Today, news broke that Supergirl’s pilot has leaked online, roughly six months before the drama is expected to actually hit the schedule.
There’s no question that the 2014/15 TV season was the year of the superhero. Recognizing the genre’s insane success at the box-office, television networks decided to heavily invest in comic-book adaptations. Not all of them were met with critical acclaim, or even decent ratings, but together they delivered a ton of opportunities for nerds like us to geek out.
Fantastic Four actually has a prime late-summer release date. Set for August 7, it will contend with Marvel’s Ant-Man, but other films have capitalized on early August dates, so there’s hope. Look for it on August 7, when the team finally assembles.
Break out the spandex and practice your gravelly voice, because you’re going to be spending quite a bit of time pretending to be The Batman thanks’ to Steam’s weekend sale. It’s been cleverly dubbed the “Batman Weekend Deal,” and it drops the price tag on six offerings featuring the Caped Crusader.
There's going to be a new face on the team in Guardians of the Galaxy 2, and casting for the new role has already started, kind of.
I’m not going to sit here and pretend to understand everything there is to know about time travel, even when it comes to a fictional property like The Flash. I can only use my limited intellect and the clues and rules that the show has laid out, which I try to do here. Season 1 spoilers abound.
This was a big year for the comic book genre on television. Series like Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Arrow further developed their fan-favorite characters, and both Flash and Gotham gave audiences something new and different for audiences to watch each week.
With cool stunt work and incredible visual effects for a TV budget, The Flash gave fans a lot of great battles between the Scarlet Speedster and other names from around the DC universe. Here are the best fight scenes the series delivered over the course of its 23-episode first season.
Like the shambling bodies that make up the subject matter, our culture’s fascination with zombie fiction will probably never fully die, and it looks like TV will be getting another dose of the undead, as George A. Romero’s Marvel Comics series Empire of the Dead is being developed as a television show.
Ryan Reynolds has been busy kicking ass, taking names and running off at the mouth on the set of Deadpool, and sometimes when you spend all day hacking and slashing your enemies with samurai swords, you need to cozy up by your electronic fire place and kick up your feet.
Marvel likes to throw us curveballs. The one for Ant-Man, however, could possibly mean the inclusion of a surprise villain to battle both the size-shrinking Scott Lang and the rampaging Yellowjacket.
As much as well-rounded characters can make otherwise non-outstanding shows watchable, annoying characters can easily break the best ones. We’ve rounded up the 10 most annoying characters of the 2014-2015 TV season, making this one of the most aggravation-fueled lists you’ll see this year.
After one hell of a season finale that left the fate of many characters in question, The Flash executive producer Andrew Kreisberg has revealed whether or not actor Tom Cavanagh will be returning to the show for Season 2. SPOILERS for the Season 1 finale are ahead!
After the intense Season 1 finale of The Flash, fans have a 4-5 month wait ahead for the show to return, but fortunately, there’s enough information out there to paint somewhat of a picture of what’s coming. Here are the big changes you should keep your eye on for Season 2.
For now, what we know about Ant-Man is that it will be the final movie in Marvel’s Phase Two, and it’s going to establish Scott Lang (Rudd), Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) and Hope Van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly) as vital components of Marvel’s history… and the history of The Avengers. Find out how when the movie opens in theaters on July 17.
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