• About
  • Contact
  • RSS

Avengers Age of Ultron Poster header

Briefly: Well, we know what Robert Downey Jr.‘s big surprise is. Disney has reportedly begun advertising that a new, and likely final, trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron will premiere during ABC’s American Crime Thursday, March 5th at 10 p.m. It should be online soon after that. As always, you’ll find the new Age of Ultron trailer online immediately right here on /Film. [Superhero Hype]

.

Please Recommend /Film on Facebook

Netflix buys Beasts of No Nation

Netflix is rapidly pushing to move from streaming original movies and TV series to putting actual films in theaters, and has now hammered out a deal for a potential 2015 awards season contender.

Beasts of No Nation, starring Idris Elba, is the new film from Cary Fukunaga, who made Sin Nombre and Jane Eyre before taking HBO by storm when he directed the first season of True Detective. Now the company is closing a deal to acquire Fukunaga’s film. “Netflix buys Beasts of No Nation” may not seem like a huge headline, but it marks a decisive evolution in the company’s strategy. Read More »

Eric Tan Avengers header

Welcome to the 800th edition of Superhero Bits. Thank you so much for taking this ride with me and I’m hoping to keep doing it for 800 more. So what’s in this edition? How would you like to see Avengers: Age of Ultron with Robert Downey Jr.? What did the writer of the Civil War comics have to say about the movie? Just how funny is Ant-Man, really? Could Spider-Man appear in not one, but two movies before his 2017 solo film? Would Hugh Jackman be interested in appearing in Deadpool? What secrets does Clark Gregg have about the new episodes of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D? Want to see the coolest Kingsman: The Secret Service infographic ever? Read about all this and more in the 800th edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »

Orphan Black

Will things ever end happily for Sarah Manning and her clone sisters? Based on the new Orphan Black Season 3 trailer, it seems the answer is “maybe, but not any time in the near future.” Not only are they still reeling from the events of Season 2, they’re also gonna have to deal with the game-changing reveal of Project Castor. Watch the Orphan Black Season 3 trailer after the jump.

Read More »

Lynsey Addario movie

Warner Bros. is in the process of picking up rights to the memoir It’s What I Do: A Photographer’s Life Of Love and War, the account by photographer Lynsey Addario of her time documenting war zones and scenes of severe strife and unrest across the globe. The book has been a hot property recently, and it has just landed a notable filmmaking team, as Steven Spielberg is now attached to direct Jennifer Lawrence in the Lynsey Addario movie It’s What I Do. Read More »

Star Wars Rebels Ezra Kanan

A fascinating answer to one of Star Wars Rebels‘ biggest questions headlines this latest edition of Star Wars Bits. In addition, below you can read about the following:

  • Billy Dee Williams might appear in Star Wars Episode VIII.
  • Iko Uwais has a “significant” role in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
  • The rumor of a character name in The Force Awakens once again pops up.
  • Rumored titles of books tied to The Force Awakens have been revealed as well as the release plans.
  • Read a new excerpt to Star Wars: Heir to the Jedi.
  • Watch a clip from the Star Wars Rebels finale.
  • Dave Filoni breaks down season one of Star Wars Rebels and answers the big question, do Kanan and Ezra have to die?

Read More »

Cool Posts From Around the Web:

Leonard Nimoy billboard

Page 2 is a compilation of stories and news tidbits, which for whatever reason, didn’t make the front page of /Film. After the jump we’ve included 36 different items, fun images, videos, casting tidbits, articles of interest and more. It’s like a mystery grab bag of movie web related goodness.

Header Photo: Leonard Nimoy Memorialized On A Brilliantly Short But Sweet Billboard

From Hollywood To Homeless: The Writer Of JASON X And DRIVE ANGRY On Screenwriting On The Edge

Blade Runner 2 Is The Least Necessary Sequel Of All Time 21,71659 bricken Rob Bricken ProfileFollow

"Wall-E And Friends" Matched Number Set By Kendra Minadeo

“Wall-E And Friends” Matched Number Set By Kendra Minadeo

24 Things We Learned from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 Commentary

The Best Scene in House of Cards Happens in a Women’s Bathroom

ZZ060FA6DE

WIP of “Chibi” Vader by Wetworks (possibly) for #maythe4thsg

William Shatner‘s 8 Most Touching Tweets In Memory Of Leonard Nimoy

The end of ‘House of Cards‘ Season 3 is dividing our nation

Read More »

chappie behind the scenes

The name Neill Blomkamp has been everywhere of late. He’s directing the next Alien movie. He says he messed up his last movie. But the one thing that keeps getting lost in all of that talk is that he has a new movie out March 6, called Chappie. It’s the story of robot which gains consciousness, and appears to be infused with the director’s trademark social commentary, high-octane action and a big time cast.

We’ll have more on the film as release approaches but we’re excited to reveal some brand new images from Titan Books’ Chappie: The Art of the Movie. It’s out March 3 and is filled with concept art and behind the scenes images, many of which focus on Sharlto Copley‘s performance capture role as the lead character.

Below, check out brand new Chappie behind the scenes images. Read More »

Power Rangers making of

The short film Power/Rangers, directed by Joseph Kahn, has become a huge talking point over the past week. Posted for free online, the unauthorized vision of the Power Rangers TV show was quickly targeted by Saban Brands, owner of the Power Rangers license, for copyright violation. Pulled from Vimeo and YouTube before eventually being reinstated with slightly new opening credits and disclaimers, the very adult-oriented short is back online. And now you can see some Power Rangers making of footage, courtesy of the producers. Read More »

Click Here To Read Older Movie News