Since late last year when the Deadpool movie was officially announced, we've been hearing about a constant behind-the-scenes debate regarding the film's target rating. There has been a lot of back and forth on this issue, however, the latest update about the situation makes it seem like the studio is on the verge of winning the argument.
While there have been no plans announced to include The Punisher in the MCU, Daredevil showrunner Steve DeKnight believes that the upcoming Netflix series may hold the key to seeing the vigilante in live-action again.
It may still be a year before we see Zack Snyder's highly-anticipated Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice hit theaters in its entirety, but the long-awaited trailer may finally be upon us. While a number of unofficial rumors have spread in past months attaching the trailer to a handful of films, this latest confirmation appears to be official and promises it will indeed be attached to Mad Max: Fury Road.
Since 2008, Marvel Studios has made a name for itself as the company that excels in making big, fun comic book-based adventures. The new series Daredevil doesn’t fit into this mold, but in exploring a new color, Marvel has just found yet another corner of the comic book world to dominate.
Ever since Fox revealed that they would be introducing Apocalypse as a villain in the ongoing X-Men series, I secretly hoped that Warren Worthington III – aka, Angel – would get a second chance at cinematic glory. Now, it’s sounding more and more like this is finally going to happen.
I’m not going to lie here. The most fabulous part of “Tricksters” was seeing Mark Hamill return to this universe as the gloriously loony Trickster. But we knew that was coming, unlike the episode's major twists and turns. Spoilers abound.
With the MCU showing no signs of stopping right now, there are many superheroes that have yet to be introduced. Superheroes are the latest cinematic craze, which means that at some point Marvel is going to have to give us new players.
When Suicide Squad was first announced, we assumed that it was going to be used as a platform for DC Comics and Warner Bros. to establish big screen versions of many notable c0mic book villains... but things are starting to get a tad ridiculous.
Over the past several weeks, reports have trickled in of bad guys from all around the DC universe who will be making appearances in Suicide Squad. Now the latest criminal to join the film’s lineup is Batman adversary Killer Croc.
Dwayne Johnson officially announced he would be playing Black Adam in Shazam last September, but originally he also had the choice to play the titular protagonist as well. Now The Rock has finally revealed why he decided to choose playing the villain over the hero.
You may want to skip the jumbo soda when you see Avengers: Age of Ultron, because it is very, very long.
The currently unnamed Arrow/The Flash spinoff has already recruited several notable heroes and villains. However, today’s news brings us two DC Comics characters who haven’t appeared on either show.
There aren’t many 24-year olds out there who have an Academy Award for Best Actress sitting on their shelf. And more so than that, there’s not many people out there that could reach that level of fame and still seem so incredibly grounded and down-to-earth. But that’s Jennifer Lawrence for you.
Andy Serkis has what could wind up becoming a incredibly important role in the MCU. Though his part was kept under wraps for months, it has been confirmed that he will be playing Ulysses Klaw in The Avengers: Age of Ultron, and given character's the comic book history, that positions him to become a key villain in Marvel Studios' upcoming Black Panther film.
After years of being stuck in development hell, Deadpool is now miraculously coming together, and with production about to hit the ground running, that means it's in the final stages of its casting process.
The Joker, Harley Quinn, Deadshot, Captain Boomerang, and Enchantress are not the only supervillains under the supervision of Viola Davis’ Amanda Waller. The Suicide Squad movie recently added two more actors to the cast in the form of Resident Evil’s Raymond Olubowale and Clint Eastwood’s son, Scott.
In every single Marvel Studios movie we’ve seen so far, there has been a certain consistency to the hero costumes – and by that I mean that they’re all made to look as awesome as possible. However, in the upcoming The Avengers: Age of Ultron, Elizabeth Olsen’s Scarlet Witch and Aaron Taylor-Johnson’s Quicksilver definitely don’t fit that mold.
Fans can rest easy knowing that Mark Hamill’s Trickster won’t be killed off in tomorrow’s episode of The Flash. The showrunners already working on a way to bring back the gag-obsessed supervillain. Get the details.
When X-Men: Days of Future Past hit the restart button on the continuity of the franchise, it opened the door for the filmmakers behind the series to tweak a few things that didn't go so well in the movie universe over the last 15 years.
A project based on the 1960s Batman TV series is being developed to coincide with the show’s 50th anniversary, and the original two leads are returning to voice the Dynamic Duo. Holy fantastic news!
While it now looks as if Anthony Mackie's Falcon will finally embed himself properly into the cinematic team in Avengers: Age of Ultron, the process in which Mackie found out that his character would, indeed, be taking flight in AOU was true to Marvel Studios’ hilariously unconventional methods. Now, Mackie shares the rather interesting story of how Falcon’s big-screen reprisal came about.
Elizabeth Olsen’s Scarlet Witch will not only be counted as one of the newest heroes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Avengers 2, but she will also be presenting a whole new kind of power set.
We have already seen some ways in which the representation of Quicksilver in The Avengers: Age of Ultron visually will differ from the one in X-Men: Days of Future Past, but when May 1st rolls around it will be interesting to see how the two performances stack up next to one another.
Anthony Mackie has cemented his stance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe since debuting in Captain America 2 as The Falcon. But before he was officially cast, he was campaigning hard to become Black Panther.
Constantine premiered to middling ratings and didn’t earn a back nine order during its freshman season on the network, which usually spells out immediate cancellation for a series. But the Constantine team is working hard to keep the comic book adaptation alive; here's the latest.
After 15 years, Hugh Jackman is finally hanging up his Wolverine claws, and now we know what film will be his last.
Imagine if Superman were there to save everyone from this natural disaster in San Andreas? Imagine no more, because here’s a mash-up of Supermandreas.
This has been a great weekend for Deadpool fans. On Friday, 20th Century Fox released the first image of Ryan Reynolds in full costume, and it blew our minds how much it looks ripped straight out of the comics. But what exactly can we expect the movie to be about? A new official release date has been posted online that tells us exactly that.
We already know that the world of Batman is going to have a very key influence over Suicide Squad, as key characters Deadshot, Joker, and Harley Quinn all have deep histories battling with the Dark Knight, but now director David Ayer has revealed that one of the most iconic locations of the Caped Crusader's adventures will be featured in the movie as well.
One of DC's most respected characters of all time Superman is beloved by nearly one and all... but the same can't be said for the actor who once embodied him. Jack O'Halloran, who played the villain Non in the first two films, is one example of this as he recently said some not-so-good things about him.
The Netflix/Marvel original series Daredevil arrives in April, promising 13-hour long episodes of dark brooding characters. In the new TV Spot, the upcoming action show promises a heavily trained Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox) doing what he does best, fighting crime and taking down anybody in his way.
The blockbuster of the summer Avengers: Age of Ultron is almost upon us and with that said it's time to bring a little hype to Scarlet Witch. We've seen some small clips and a few stills of the goth-looking hex-artist/superhero (we never said mutant!) but now it's time to meet her in the “Super Siblings” featurette.
Last we heard from Hugh Jackman, he made it fairly clear he did not want to give up his signature role as Wolverine in the X-Men franchise. But, looks like Jackman may be letting go of his adamantium claws a little sooner than we had previously thought.
With Quicksilver to show up in Avengers: Age of Ultron in just over a month, fans are likely to have lots of thoughts and comparisons to that of his X-Men: Days of Future Past counterpart. Director Joss Whedon shared a few of his thoughts on this very subject and it sounds like he's pretty confident in their ucoming MCU rendition of Pietro Maximoff.
X-Men: Apocalypse has been accumulating a diverse selection of mutants this week. After the announcement of cameos from Wolverine, adult Storm and Gambit, as well as the addition of Jubilee, a new female mutant hero has been added to the lineup.
Earlier this week the rumor of Captain Marvel appearing in the Avengers: Age of Ultron post-credits sequence rose again. Now only days later, another report as come out over a possible appearance, but this time it’s not looking good for the heroine.
HYDRA is still up to no good in Avengers: Age of Ultron, and their borrowing a few tricks from an earlier Marvel movie.
There’s nothing more frustrating than when a superhero movie drastically changes a hero or villain’s look. Thankfully, Deadpool isn’t going to alter the overall look for the “merc with a mouth,” according to leading man Ryan Reynolds.
After appearing on Capitol Hill, Affleck took to his Instagram page to continue lobbying for support for HEAL Africa and Panzi Hospital. Be a real hero and donate what you can to support the actor’s efforts in Africa.
There’s only so much you can say about a black and white image of an actor with a bald head, but it does spur own a certain conversation: what exactly are we expecting from this version of Lex Luthor?
While it remains to be seen whether Furious 7 star Tyrese Gibson has truly scored the role of John Stewart in the DCCU, the actor/singer has now told the origin story of how his Green Lantern mission began.
We may have just received a big hint about Aquaman's ultimate fate in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
The Arrow episode “Suicidal Tendencies” featured the return of the infamous Suicide Squad, but by the end of the story, one of its members gave us an incredible shock.
Marvel's Inhumans may have found a director, the writer of Ant-Man.
Captain America and Thor team up perfectly for the latest Avengers: Age Of Ultron clip, while there's also new footage of the much hyped Iron Man vs Hulk tussle too.
After his trip to “Nanda Parbat,” the Arrow took a few weeks off. Now, The CW superhero series needs to kill some time until the consequences of Oliver’s choice escalate towards an inevitable second showdown with the Demon’s Head. And there’s no better way to kill time than with the “Suicide Squad.”
In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we've seen Bruce Banner suffer the embarrassment that comes with unintentional public nudity multiple times. This is definitely a problem that's been going on for far too long, but it's one that is finally given a solution in Joss Whedon's upcoming The Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Keeping in mind how exponentially popular the superhero film genre is growing, there’s a belief that certain characters should be brought back for another round. This lists features the heroes and villains that shouldn’t appear again for the foreseeable future.
Ever since San Diego Comic-Con 2013, when David S. Goyer hinted at a confrontation between Batman and Superman in Zack Snyder's upcoming Man of Steel follow-up, fans have been wondering one simple thing: what could lead the two great superheroes to fight one another?
Bryan Singer's X-Men: Apocalypse has been on a bit of a casting tear as of late. In recent weeks the production has hired Tye Sheridan as the new Cyclops, Alexandra Shipp as the new Storm, Sophie Turner as the new Jean Grey, Kodi Smit-McPhee as the new Nightcrawler, and Ben Hardy in a mystery role. Now the ranks have increased yet again.
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