The latest poster for ‘The Flash’ teases connections to ‘Arrow’ along with even more DC Comics heroes and villains. Read more
Barry faces the decision of whether or not to displace Jamal, while John Tucker delivers some surprising news in the ‘Tyrant’ season 1 finale: ‘Gone Fishing.’ Read more
New concept art from ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ shows off alternate designs for alien sisters Nebula and Gamora. Read more
Director Colin Trevorrow pays tribute to the late Richard Attenborough with a photo from set of ‘Jurassic World.’ Read more
Our box office predictions for the weekend of August 29 – 31, where ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ will face off against ‘As Above/So Below.’ Read more
Warner Bros. is reportedly mulling over a potential ‘Full House’ sequel series – and no, this isn’t another April Fools joke. Read more
Lionsgate has picked up ‘Maggie’, the new zombie drama starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Abigail Breslin. The movie will get an early 2015 release date. Read more
Netflix CCO Ted Sarandos discusses the tone of the upcoming Marvel series, and says that casting for ‘Jessica Jones’ is underway. Read more
‘The Pyramid’ trailer shows off ancient Egyptian evil as imagined by horror team Alexandre Aja and Grégory Levasseur. Read more
Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway journey to space in a new TV trailer for ‘Interstellar’, Christopher Nolan’s upcoming sci-fi film. Read more
Barbie works to discover a way back into the dome, while Big Jim makes a deal to deliver the egg in ‘Under the Dome’ season 2, episode 9: ‘The Red Door’. Read more
Ben Affleck is suspect of foul play when his wife goes missing in a new TV trailer for David Fincher and Gillian Flynn’s ‘Gone Girl’ movie adaptation. Read more
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Director Ridley Scott will begin production on ‘The Martian’ this fall, with the ‘Blade Runner’ sequel ‘probably’ filming thereafter. Read more
Chloë Moretz (If I Stay) doesn’t think she’ll be playing Hit-Girl in ‘Kick-Ass 3′ because piracy damaged ‘Kick Ass 2′s box office take. Read more
A new name has been added to the list of potential stars for Marvel’s Doctor Strange, with Jack Huston the latest actor supposedly on the studio’s wish-list.
According to This Is Infamous, Huston is reportedly “under consideration” for the role, although whether or not any talks have taken place remains unclear.
Huston is the most recent in a long line of names to be linked to the part, including Jared Leto, Justin Theroux, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Tom Hardy.
Most recently, it had been thought that Joaquin Phoenix was in talks to take the role, although that rumour doesn’t appear to have developed any further.
Huston isn’t quite as big a name as some of those others mentioned above, but Kevin Feige has always sounded fairly flexible on what exactly the studio is looking for…
“A movie star is not required, but that doesn’t mean a movie star wouldn’t be great,” said Feige back in February. “It just depends.”
Directed by Scott Derrickson, Doctor Strange will open in the US on 8 July 2016, with a UK date yet to be confirmed.
An extended red-band trailer has arrived online for As Above So Below, John Dowdle’s nerve-shredding horror movie set among the catacombs of Paris.
The film follows a team of explorers hoping to expose the secrets of the previously uncharted network of tunnels, only to discover more lurking down there than they had bargained for.
Needless to say, the enclosed spaces soon become the least of our heroes’ worries, as various horrors from their respective pasts soon make themselves known in shocking fashion.
Take a look at the new trailer, below…
Not one for the claustrophobic moviegoer then, with the horribly enclosed setting serving to amp up the tension even before anything remotely supernatural has taken place…
Directed by Dowdle and co-starring Perdita Weeks, Ben Feldman and Edwin Hodge, As Above So Below will open in the UK on 29 August 2014.
Ridley Scott has been discussing progress on sci-fi sequels to Blade Runner and Prometheus, and has revealed that both projects are further along than might be expected.
“Blade Runner 2 is written and is damn good,” says Scott. “Of course it involves Harrison, who is a survivor after all these years – despite the accident. So yes, that will happen.”
Scott went on to confirm that the plan is for him to direct the film, and that he hopes to begin work on the film as soon as he is done with next project, The Martian.
As to whether he will also direct Prometheus 2, it could be an issue that comes down to scheduling. “That’s the problem,” he admits. “I’ve got a lot of ducks in a row. But they’re all written.”
We wouldn’t be surprised to see him hand over the directorial reins to somebody else for Prometheus 2, but the good news is that with both films written, we should see another Scott-influenced sci-fi sooner rather than later…
Jeremy Renner has been talking about his forthcoming schedule, and has revealed that he may be reprising his role as Hawkeye in the next Captain America film.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier was a heavily S.H.I.E.L.D.-centric movie, with major roles for both Scarlett Johansson and Samuel L. Jackson, and it sounds as though that focus may remain for the third outing…
“There are rumblings of Captain America 3,” says Renner. “I don’t know what’s going to happen there. I’ve got to find the time, man! I’m trying to stay home and I can’t.”
How exactly he’ll fit into proceedings remains unclear, but how Hawkeye and Captain America relate in the next Avengers movie might help clarify the setup somewhat…
At present, Joe and Anthony Russo are hard at work on the script for Captain America 3, with the film scheduled to open in the UK on 6 May 2016.
The first TV spot has arrived online for Gone Girl, in which Ben Affleck’s supposedly doting husband finds himself the focus of suspicion when his wife goes missing.
Despite Rosamund Pike’s voiceover explaining how she has come to fear her husband, this latest spot is told largely from Affleck’s perspective, as circumstances conspire to seemingly indicate his guilt.
Happily, there aren’t too many major plot points given away here, so non-readers of Gillian Flynn’s source novel needn’t fear having any of the twists and turns spoiled for them…
Take a look at the new spot, below…
David Fincher’s signature murk is all over this one, with even Tyler Perry coming across as gritty and hard-boiled. With a sterling ensemble cast in attendance, it promises to be quite the ride…
Co-starring Neil Patrick Harris, Scoot McNairy and Kim Dickens, Gone Girl will open in the UK on 3 October 2014.