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Want to see Batman on top of a car on the set of Suicide Squad? When can you get this X-Men Days of Future Past poster? How did The Avengers influence Warcraft? Who might be the villains in Gotham season 2? Could Crossbones come back in the Marvel Cinematic Universe? What unanswered questions did you have after Avengers: Age of Ultron? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »

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Felt red band trailer

Sexual assault is a tricky subject to tackle, as the outcry over that Game of Thrones rape scene reminded us so very recently. Too often it’s treated like just another crazy twist, rather than a grim reality that millions of people have to live with every day. Thankfully, that’s not the case in Felt, Jason Banker‘s character study-turned-thriller from Fantastic Fest 2014.

Starring and based on the experiences of Amy Everson, Felt follows an artist dealing with the fallout of sexual trauma in a most unusual way: by crafting grotesque costumed alter egos for herself. Her behavior alienates some of the people around her, but eventually she falls into a relationship with Kenny (Kentucker Audley). Watch the Felt red band trailer after the jump. (There’s also an all-ages version if you’re at work.) Read More »

Jeff Goldblum in Independence Day

Jeff Goldblum is back for Independence Day 2, and writer/producer Dean Devlin has the photo to prove it. Devlin shared the first photo of the original Independence Day star on set for the sequel. Check out the Jeff Goldblum Independence Day 2 image after the jump.  Read More »

Mena release date

We’ve got a set of new release dates from Universal and Warner Bros. The new collaboration between Edge of Tomorrow director Doug Liman and star Tom Cruise has been set for January 2017 by Universal, and Warner Bros. has given dates to the Key & Peele film Keanu, and the remake of Going in Style. Read More »

ilm 40th anniversary

2015 marks the 40th anniversary of Industrial Light and Magic, the most revered special effects company in the world. It was famously created by George Lucas in 1975 to help make his movie, Star Wars, and has since gone on to basically create almost every single big special effects movie or moment you can remember or imagine. (With a few exceptions.)

Below, you can see a jaw-dropping, one-minute montage of their 40 year history, up to and including Star Wars: The Force Awakens later this year. Check out the ILM 40th anniversary video below. Read More »

Chris Pine in Talks for ‘Wonder Woman’

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Chris Pine is bucking the trend of 30something white guys named Chris starring in Marvel movies. Instead, he’s in talks to join a DC film. Specifically, Pine is looking to join Gal Gadot in Wonder Woman, in which he would play Steve Trevor. More details on the Chris Pine Wonder Woman casting after the jump.  Read More »

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Jason Reitman Beekle movie

Jason Reitman has made Oscar contenders, cult classics, TV pilots and live reads. Now he’s signing up for something totally different: an animated film. Reitman is attached to write and direct Beekle for DreamWorks Animation, based on a book called The Adventures Of Beekle: The Unimaginery Friend by Dan Santat. It’s about an imaginary friend who is so unique, no child imagines him, and he’s left alone. He then goes on an adventure to find a child to be friends with. Read more about the Beekle movie below. Read More »

Transformers Origin Movie

Paramount is pulling together a writer’s cabal to develop new Transformers films and spin-offs for a “Marvel-style connected universe,” and two more people have just been added to the roster. Andrew Barrer and Gabriel Ferrari, the pair who did a lot of rewrite work on Ant-Man, have joined the team. More interesting to Transformers fans will be that one idea reportedly being kicked around is a movie that would take place on Cybertron.  Read More »

Saoirse Ronan in How I Live Now

The Harry Potter spinoff Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is closing in on not one, but two female leads. A shortlist making the arounds reveals Saoirse Ronan and Dakota Fanning are in the running for one role, while Kate Upton and Elizabeth Debicki are eyed considered for the other.

Eddie Redmayne is already set to star as Newt Scamander, a “magizoologist” who goes on to write the classic Hogwarts textbook Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. More on the possible Fantastic Beasts female lead casting after the jump.  Read More »