The Merc with a Mouth gets in a dig at Ryan Reynolds on the cover of "EW's" special Comic-Con International edition.
He’s everyone’s favorite Merc with a Mouth and now he’s taken the first shot at conquering SDCC 2015 with his cover shot on Entertainment Weekly‘s Special SDCC 2015 edition. I predict that Deadpool will be breaking the fourth wall at SDCC this year and might just surprise a few Hollywood folks by knocking more than […]
Legends Of Tomorrow isn’t due out until 2016 on The CW, but Entertainment Weekly has a cool glimpse of some concept art, and it looks exciting. Read more...
The ending of Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel has been heavily criticized for the sheer amount of destruction, something that fans have noted is out of character for Superman. Now, in an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Snyder has defended the destruction of Metropolis, and confirmed a theory that we’ve long entertained. Read more...
Infamous director Zack Snyder went even further in-depth while speaking to Entertainment Weekly about how he handles superhero films. Most notably is 2013’s most debated film, "Man of Steel." Many people loved the film, while others hated it. Show More Summary
Along with all of the triumphant news to come out of today’s Entertainment Weekly magazine article covering "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice," this might be my favorite. It seems that EW got the chance to see some pretty slick scenes that will be in the 2016 blockbuster. Show More Summary
Entertainment Weekly has our first look at the upcoming Pride and Prejudice and Zombies adaptation. Read more...
"She's the most badass zombie slayer there is." Can't wait to see her kick ass. Even more previews of movies that will be hitting Comic-Con next week. Entertainment Weekly, once again, has debuted new photos, this time they're for Pride...Show More Summary
A new photo has been released through Entertainment Weekly that offers a brand new glimpse at Ben Affleck as Bruce Wayne in the upcoming film, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. The image shows Affleck in a tux standing behind Gal Gadot, who is playing Wonder Woman in the movie. Show More Summary
Deadpool is coming to Comic-Con 2015. As part of their Comic-Con preview, Entertainment Weekly has featured a first look at Tim Miller's Deadpool movie. The film has been shooting up in Vancouver and is being readied for release in early...Show More Summary
In an interview over at Entertainment Weekly, Supergirl's Melissa Benoist has a lot to say about living the dream and starring in a female-led superhero series.
Entertainment Weekly has revealed its newest issue, and its cover is stunning. There’s Batman on the left, Superman on the right, and some random lady front and center. She’s probably Wonder Woman, but because I can’t see much of her costume, that’s not entirely certain. Show More Summary
Famed X-Men and Fantastic Four producer Simon Kinberg recently spoke with Entertainment Weekly about Fox’s upcoming star-child ‘Deadpool.’ In their discussion Simon pretty much calmed the beating hearts of gung-ho Deadpool fans who were worried about the film’s rating and went on to confirm that it will indeed be rated R. Show More Summary
Entertainment Weekly just released a new batch of photos from the upcoming film Batman vs. Superman, including shots of Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill as the titular superheroes and Jesse Eisenberg as a hairpiece-donning Lex Luthor. Perhaps...Show More Summary
A new photo from "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -- Part 2" reveals that there's plenty of girl power to go around in the final installment in the massively popular YA franchise. Entertainment Weekly shared the snap, which features Effie...Show More Summary
If you’ve been keeping track of how Warner Brothers and DC comics have broken the internet with the reveal of a stunning ‘Batman v. Superman’ themed Entertainment Weekly cover, you’ll love to hear these pieces of information that came with the photos. Show More Summary
Behold this new image from the upcoming The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2, featuring Elizabeth Banks as Effie, and Jennifer Lawrence in the iconic role of Katniss Everdeen.
Yasss! Batman v. Superman: Dawn Of Justice is going to be one of the biggest things at Comic-Con this year, but who can wait another week?? Thanks to Entertainment Weekly, we don't have to! The mag has great new pics of all the stars, including returning Man of Steel Henry Cavill and new Dark Knight Ben Affleck! [ [...]
Meet the new DC superheroes (and villains). Next week it's Comic-Con 2015, the annual convention in San Diego where thousands of comic book/pop culture geeks of all kind converge. Entertainment Weekly has published their annual preview piece, and that means revealing some new photos from movies we expect to show up at Comic-Con in Hall H. Show More Summary
We've seen blurry trailers, not-blurry trailers, and a gun on wheels from Batman v Superman starring Ben Affleck as the dark knight, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, and Henry Cavill as Superman. And now Entertainment Weekly has the first images from the film, along with an interview with Batfleck, who... More »