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Marvel Has Plans For Characters It Doesn't Even Have The Rights To

Some of comic book giant Marvel's most popular characters belong to other people, at least as far as movies go. That's why there's no onscreen crossover between the X-Men and the Avengers; why, even though the Fantastic Four plays a big part in the Civil War comics, they won't show up next year in Captain America: Civil War. Show More Summary

8 Star Wars Arguments Fans Will Never Stop Having

Recently we brought you a list of arguments that Marvel fans will never stop having, and another of disagreements that DC fans can never seem to avoid. Comic book enthusiasts are not the only devoted subset of fans that have regular quarrels over one point or another, not by a long shot. Show More Summary

How Much Money The Martian May Make This Weekend

It’s a big weekend for Ridley Scott as his much talked about sci-fi film, The Martian, hits theaters. The buzz has been positive and the reviews are looking good, but how will that translate into box office cash? Well, apparently, as analysts are predicting an opening weekend upwards of $45 million. Show More Summary

Why Simon Pegg Will Never, Ever Direct A Star Trek Movie

Simon Pegg is known for a number of different talents. He is most widely recognized as an actor, fronting movies like Shaun of the Dead, The World's End, and Paul, and for supporting roles in the likes of Mission: Impossibleâ??Rogue Nation. Show More Summary

Why Harrison Ford Thinks Ridley Scott's Blade Runner 2 Is Great, According To Ridley Scott

For many of us the idea that Blade Runner 2 is actually happening is still a bit shocking. Even more bizarre is the idea that the film might even be good. But fear not, good Blade Runner fan, because Harrison Ford doesn't just think the script is good, he thinks it's the best script he's ever read. Show More Summary

Why Director Rupert Wyatt Left Gambit

2015 has been a shaky year for Gambit. Although Channing Tatum signed on as the card-throwing protagonist last year, his involvement with the movie was briefly in jeopardy for a few weeks until he signed a new deal with 20th Century Fox. Show More Summary

The Awesome Way Harry Potter Fans Are Trying To Free Dobby

Harry Potter book/movie spoilers ahead! In the Harry Potter books and films, Dobby is a free elf. The adorable bat-eared house elf lived his remaining years free and died free, protecting the wizard who helped him gain freedom. But at the Warner Bros Studio Tour in London, Dobby is not a free elf. Show More Summary

The Next Nightmare On Elm Street Sequel Is Going To Need A New Freddy

Horror films are a classic part of the film industry. What would we do if we couldn't drown our real-world fears in a cinema seat while sucking down a giant soda and mixing candy into our popcorn buckets? Ever since one of the genre's...Show More Summary

Why Ridley Scott Thinks Aliens Are Real

As a filmmaker, Sir Ridley Scott is responsible for introducing the world to perhaps the most terrifying movie extraterrestrial of all time, the H.R. Giger-designed Xenomorph from his 1979 sci-fi classic Alien. Though one of his greatest...Show More Summary

How Playing The Vision Saved Paul Bettany's Career

Paul Bettany has been a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe since its inception, but for the first seven years, we never saw his face in any of the movies. After voicing Tony Stark’s A.I. J.A.R.V.I.S. in four films, he was transformed into The Vision earlier this year in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Show More Summary

How The Avengers Will Change In Marvel's Phase Four

If you’ve read more than one Avengers comic book, you know that the superhero team’s lineup is never the same. Every couple of years (or even every couple of months), old members leave, new members come in, and then those new arrivals leave and old members return. Show More Summary

The Ridiculous Way Quentin Tarantino Explains What He Wants, According To Samuel L. Jackson

As a writer and director, Quentin Tarantino is well known for his knowledge of film, and his movies are peppered with references and allusions to movies from all throughout the history of the medium. Some are obvious, others are more subtle, but this tendency extends to the way he directs his films as well, at least according to Samuel L. Show More Summary

Why Fully Crossing Over Marvel Movies And TV Shows Is Really Hard

When it comes to the relationship between Marvel Studios films and television shows, things have really only flowed in one direction: the small screen stories have functioned as preambles and consequences for the big screen stories (in...Show More Summary

Wait, Ridley Scott Wants More Than One Blade Runner Sequel?

For a man who is 77-years-young, Sir Ridley Scott sure does plan on making quite a lot of feature films in the twilight of his career. Fresh off revealing that Prometheus will have not one, not two, but three sequels, Ridley Scott has...Show More Summary

How Spider-Man Will Stand Out In The MCU, According To Kevin Feige

Spider-Man's leap from Sony over to Marvel means that he's no longer the coolest kid in town. Now he has to compete with the likes of Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, et al, whereas within the Sony movie universe, he was their only fish. Show More Summary

Kingsman 2 Is Running Into A Major Obstacle

When Kingsman: The Secret Service became one of this year's surprise hits, it turned relatively unknown actor Taron Egerton into one of Hollywood's hottest commodities. While one would assume such success would see the actor riding high, it has also created a scheduling nightmare. Show More Summary

Aaron Sorkin's Lucille Ball Biopic? Here's What He Said

Aaron Sorkin, the man behind The Newsroom and the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic, was reported to be developing a script for a Lucille Ball biopic. The news was revealed earlier this month and Cate Blanchett of Carol and Truth was linked to the title role. Show More Summary

The Game Of Thrones Movie: Is It Happening, Or Not?

Aside from the fate of Kit Harington's Jon Snow, the biggest question facing Game of Thrones fans is whether or not there will be a movie. George R.R. Martin, who wrote the fantasy novels on which the show is based, has been teasing one for the past year or so, and a recent report claims that it definitely is happening. Show More Summary

Why Avengers: Age Of Ultron Didn't Introduce More New Comic Characters

"Avengers? Assemble." OK, so the quote got cut off as Joss Whedon brought his Avengers: Age of Ultron to a close, but the sentiment was there. Captain America (Chris Evans) looked out over his new team, which included Vision (Paul Bettany),...Show More Summary

Why Star Trek Beyond Is Filming Scenes In Dubai

The cast of the Enterprise is heading into uncharted territories of deep space in Star Trek Beyond, and that means exotic locations will be needed. After filming in Vancouver, Canada, production moved to Dubai, where they will film for 13 days around the city and in studio space. Show More Summary

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