Fans that have been looking forward to seeing Channing Tatum appear as Gambit on the big screen may be in for a major disappointment, as The Wrap is reporting that Tatum’s deal with 20th Century Fox is “in jeopardy of falling apart,” with the star planning to exit the product.
Back in May, we reported that Chris Pine was in talks for a supporting role in the upcoming Wonder Woman film – but last month, those reports were called into question when rumors began circulating that Pine was actually in talks for the role of Hal Jordan in a Green Lantern film. Now we know the truth about Pine’s DC-related…
Alternate universes are a concept that DC Comics excels at. From Red Son to Injustice: Gods Among Us to Kingdom Come, “Elseworlds” have provided some of the company’s greatest moments. One of the acclaimed talents behind the brilliant Batman: The Animated Series and Justice League/Justice League Unlimited, Bruce Timm, was given free rein to create his own DC Universe with Justice…
The latest issue of Empire magaize will be hitting newsstands in a few days, with a cover story on Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. But if you can’t find time to pick up a copy, have no fear: three brand new images from the issue have made their way online.
We’ve been hearing rumors for awhile that Vacation writers John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein had been tapped by Marvel to handle their upcoming reboot of the Spider-Man franchise, and the duo has finally confirmed their involvement in a new interview.
Guillermo del Toro’s vampire drama The Strain boasted big ratings numbers during it first season on FX, offering a unique spin on the vampire mythos backed by a stellar cast of interesting characters, not to mention del Toro’s own signature brand of horror.
With massive battles, several alien species and even a trip to the moon, Falling Skies has been a hell of a ride. We’ve been onboard from the beginning, and during San Diego Comic-Con we got a chance to sit down with some of the cast and crew to discuss the show’s fifth – and final – season.
The season finale of Wayward Pines brought an extra surprise, with the debut of the first official teaser for the upcoming revival of the X-Files on Fox. There’s not a whole lot to dissect here, but it’s great seeing Mulder (David Duchovny) and Scully (Gillian Anderson) back in action.
Gotham fans at San Diego Comic-Con 2015 got their first glimpse of footage from the second season of the Batman origin series, and now Fox has released a new trailer for Gotham-ites to consume. The trailer focuses on the part of the show that seems to be the most popular: the villains.
After eclipsing The Avengers to become the third highest grossing film of all time, Jurassic World is getting a sequel, which should come as a surprise to absolutely no one. Universal announced the news earlier today, planting their flag on the calendar for June 22, 2018.
Acclaimed director Antoine Fuqua (Training Day) steps into the ring with Southpaw, a modern boxing redemption tale. The script comes from the brutal mind of Sons of Anarchy’s Kurt Sutter and stars a musclebound Jake Gyllenhaal as Billy Hope, a punch-drunk boxing champ from the streets.
Sons of Anarchy star Charlie Hunnam has been working on making the transition to film for a few years now: he worked with Guillermo del Toro on Pacific Rim and the upcoming Crimson Peak, but he could make the leap to major franchise star with next summer’s Knight of the Round Table: King Arthur.
Rose McIver is the breakout star of iZombie, the hit adaptation of the DC Comics/Vertigo graphic novel from Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas and Warner Bros TV. The series follows undead heroine Liv (McIver) as she struggles to use her newfound zombie abilities to help solve murders through her day job at the morgue, while also trying to find somewhat of a normal life.
Ryan Reynolds will be headlining a fanboy’s dream movie next year when Deadpool hits theaters, but before that we’ll get to see him in this fall’s Mississippi Grind, the latest offering from the creative team of Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck (Half Nelson). The film debuted at Sundance and was subsequently scooped up for release by A24.