Warner Bros. is rumored to be in talks with Jesse Eisenberg to reprise his 'Batman v Superman' role for the DC adventure 'Suicide Squad'. [...]
Last week we got word Warner Bros. and DC are eyeing a whole bunch of white-hot talents for Suicide Squad, the supervillain team-up story to be directed by David Ayer. But it seems one of its stars could be someone already in the Warner Bros./DC family. Show More Summary
Star Wars is a pretty family-friendly film series, right? WRONG. It is a bonanza of death and murder, as shown in a video that tallies every on-screen death in the original trilogy. Guess what the final number is. No, it’s probably higher. Show More Summary
By now, we’ve all probably picked out our favorite moment (or moments) from that first Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer (I’m going with that final Ultron reveal, although Hulk booping Black Widow’s nose is a close second). But there’s one chunk of Ultron’s world debut that not a single person enjoyed: the jokes. Show More Summary
That's it--you're all out of the Special People Club.
David Ayer's recently confirmed DC Comics adaptation Suicide Squad has, according to recent reports, targeting high profile talent like Ryan Gosling, Tom Hardy, Margot Robbie and Will Smith. Now, Deadline reveals that Ayer is also looking...Show More Summary
When Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Entertainment announced their full slate of films planned for release from now through 2020, many were surprised to see that the next film to follow Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice would be Suicide Squad. Show More Summary
Director Peter Jackson reveals details behind the 45-minute battle at the Lonely Mountain in 'The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies'. [...]
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Alain Resnais’ final film, Life Of Riley, is the product of severely eclectic tastes, a clash of textures and styles that are only related by the fact that Resnais liked them. Resnais—who died earlier this year, aged 91—loved comics,...Show More Summary
Days after the Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer dropped, the Internet is still busy picking up the pieces. The first-look footage sent legions of comic-book and blockbuster-movie fans in a scurry to scour every frame of film, analyzing...Show More Summary
Following this week's big debut of the trailer to Joss Whedon's much-anticipated Avengers: Age of Ultron (also posted in the player below), Marvel Studios has revealed that this week's "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." will offer even...Show More Summary
For a generation of kids, the Goosebumps series of books was a gateway into the horror genre. Taking well-worn features of scary movies and stories (living ventriloquists, zombies, plant monsters replacing people), author R.L. StineShow More Summary
Supposedly this concept art is the first full look at Ultron’s final design, the villain robot in Joss Whedon's upcoming sequel "Avengers: Age of Ultron." "Avengers: Age of Ultron," is the epic follow-up to the biggest Super Hero movie of all time. Show More Summary
Singlehandedly making this movie not just bearable, but actually pretty great.
Jack O’Connell may well be the next big guy to watch. After his stint on Skins, he showed up in 300: Rise of an Empire and ’71, and received rave notes for his work in Starred Up. Holding the lead role in Angelina Jolie’s Unbroken means...Show More Summary
Following a first look at Johnny Depp as The Wolf in Walt Disney Pictures' Into the Woods, the studio has released a featurette on the December 25 release.
Marvel's upcoming Hayley Atwell-led Marvel Cinematic Universe series, "Agent Carter" has added "Nikita" star Lyndsy Fonseca to its cast. The Wrap has the news, reporting that Fonseca will play Angie Martinelli, described as being "an an aspiring actress who befriends [Carter]"
The idea of playing with an Ouija board never seems to end well. People are accused of cheating or someone actually thinks they have made contact, and the board becomes a frightening vessel instead of a silly board game. Director Stiles White‘s Ouija attempts to dive into this mystery and show whether or not the board really is something to fear. Show More Summary