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James Gunn on Thanos and Star Lord's Dad in 'Guardians 2'

James Gunn is already hard at work on Guardians of the Galaxy 2 as the first movie blasts past $300 million dollars at the box office and looks to be on track to beat Captain America: The Winter Soldier sometime in the future. Empire...Show More Summary

Marvel's Seriously Developing 'Inhumans' Now

Marvel is developing The Inhumans, according to a recent report from Collider, based on an existing script by Joe Robert Cole, a gentleman in Marvel's writing program. Guardians of the Galaxy was also developed from within the program from a script by Nicole Pearlman, Marvel's first female writer. Show More Summary

Michael Fassbender has Ideas for Magneto

Michael Fassbender has ideas for how he'd like to explore Magneto and has discussed them with Simon Kinberg, who is currently writing X-Men: Apocalypse with Bryan Singer. Talking to IGN while promoting his new movie Frank, where he wears...Show More Summary

Photos of 'Star Wars Episode VII' Millennium Falcon and...[Spoiler] Sets

SPOILERS - if you're the kind of person that clicked here not wanting to see leaked images from inside a soundstage on the Star Wars: Episode VII set, I fear it's too late for you, because below, we have those images. On a French-launguage...Show More Summary

Exclusive Video Interview with the Cast of ‘Let’s Be Cops’

This is not your typical buddy cop comedy. In fact, they’re not even real cops. In “Let’s Be Cops,” it follows to friends who dressed up as police officers for a costume party, but discover many in the neighborhood mistakenly look at them as real cops. Show More Summary

Guillermo Del Toro's 'Justice League Dark' Could Overlap With 'Constantine'

I'd put this in the wishful thinking pile, but it's such a great wish to have, so we might as well bring it to your attention. Talking to Guillermo Del Toro at Comic Con about Crimson Peak and Pacific Rim 2, IGN also managed to ask Del...Show More Summary

See Clear Set Video of Ben Affleck as Bruce Wayne!

Ben Affleck, a Bruce Wayne in his twilight 40s in a blue vest runs into the smoke! Then there's some squealing tires as a black SUV loops through some still traffic. All these can be see below in two set videos from the Detroit set of Zack Snyder's Batman v. Show More Summary

Micahel Bay Suggests He's Done Directing 'Transformers'

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, produced by Michael Bay and directed by who cares, made a ton of money at the box office this weekend. Guardians of the Galaxy also broke Transformers: Age of Extinction's 10-day box office record, but T4 had that distinguished honor for a few months. Show More Summary

Ben Affleck's 'Batman' Age Revealed?

Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice has long been rumored to feature a time-weathered Ben Affleck as Batman, with the aged hero appearing as a semi-retired veteran. Fans have wondered: how old are we talking? Longtime Batman producer...Show More Summary

Michael Fassbender Talks 'Assassin’s Creed'

Michael Fassbender, who is producing and starring in the feature film adaptation of Assassin’s Creed, has spoken out to shed some light on the mysterious project. In recent weeks, certain publications questioned whether Fassbender was still attached, amidst rumors of script problems. Show More Summary

Did Vin Diesel Just Reveal His New Marvel Role?

Marvel Studios has developed a reputation for keeping the details about future projects under lock and key. They don’t play their hand until they feel the time is right. Vin Diesel clearly hasn’t heard about this policy. "I get the strange feeling that Marvel thinks I'm Inhuman... Show More Summary

'TMNT' To Shell-Shock Audiences Again With a Sequel

Place your pizza orders for June 6, 2016 – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will be crashing into theaters again with a sequel produced by Michael Bay. Paramount announced the sequel on Sunday, after the first film shell-shocked audiences with a massive $65 million opening in North America. Show More Summary

Exclusive Clip from ‘Mining for Ruby’

There’s trouble in Alaska. “Mining for Ruby” is an indie drama that follows a Jack as a widower who is dealing with continued depression and falls in love for Ruby, a passionate environmental hydrology grad student who is embroiled in a poisonous waste controversy. Show More Summary

Anne Rice's 'Vampire Chronicles' Get Picked Up By Universal

Universal is bringing back some familiar vampires. The studio has picked up the rights to author Anne Rice's novels in The Vampire Chronicles series, which includes Interview with the Vampire, the book that was adapted to the big screen in 1994 and starred Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt. Show More Summary

Zack Snyder Calls Radio Show To Defend Aquaman

It seems like Zack Snyder has some time on his hands, what with the Star Wars tweets and this. Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice is currently filming in Detroit where a local radio show was making fun of Aquaman and how he could never stand up to superman. Show More Summary

STAR WARS: N.D.A. Snipers and Rebels Abound

THE WHAT?: It’s a column on Star Wars news and rumors and therefore contains SPOILERS and SPECULATION. If you’re not into those things, well, you're rookie status is showing. THIS WEEK: No one wants to tell anyone anything, then I get psyched about the New EU. Show More Summary

Trailer Hits for 'Camp X-Ray' Starring Kristen Stewart

IFC Films has released the trailer for Peter Sattler's "Camp X-Ray," starring Kristen Stewart, Payman Maadi and Lane Garrison. "Camp X-Ray" is due out in October 17, 2014. The film follows a young woman who joins the military to be part of something bigger than herself and her small town roots. Show More Summary

Film Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

The 1990 live action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie was the first movie I ever saw in a theater. It was, obviously, a big deal to me. The Ninja Turtles were one of the biggest things in my life at the time, much like a lot of crazed...Show More Summary

Film Review: The Dog

The Dog tells the oftentimes sad, oftentimes mad story of John Wojtowicz (pronounce wah-toe-witz), the Vietnam vet who became a media celebrity in 1972 when he and a friend robbed a Brooklyn bank and held numerous hostages for ransom in order to get money to give his second wife a sex change operation. Show More Summary

Josh Brolin Talks Thanos In Future Marvel Films

Though Thanos only appears in a couple of scenes in Guardians of the Galaxy, his presence is ongoing throughout the entire film. Josh Brolin voices the character for the first time in the latest Marvel flick, and the actor seems to be very excited about portraying The Mad Titan. Show More Summary

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