Matt Damon in The Martian

With the summer movie season starting to wind down, it’s time to look ahead to the more serious-minded films of fall. The Toronto International Film Festival has just announced its 2015 slate, featuring such buzzy highlights as Ridley Scott‘s The Martian, Denis Villeneuve‘s Sicario, Scott Cooper‘s Black Mass, Cary Fukunaga‘s Beasts of No Nation, and much, much more. Get the TIFF 2015 lineup announced so far after the jump. Read More »

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Henry Cavill in Batman v Superman

Batman and Superman may not like each other very much at the moment, but for the next eight months they’ll be stuck sharing the spotlight for the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice promotional campaign. A new batch of pics reveal a closer look at the Caped Crusader, the Man of Steel, and a younger, Zuckerberg-ier Lex Luthor. See the Batman v Superman Dawn of Justice images after the jump.  Read More »

Joker in Batman The Animated Series

A classic Joker story is getting a classic Joker. According to a new report, Mark Hamill is set to voice the Clown Prince of Crime in Batman: The Killing Joke, Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment’s animated adaptation of Alan Moore and Brian Bolland‘s iconic comic book storyline. Get all the details on the Killing Joke Mark Hamill casting after the jump.  Read More »

Two Days One Night

Make the most of the lazy days of late summer by catching up on your Netflix queue. We’ve got a rundown of the best films coming to and leaving the streaming service next month, plus highlights from the upcoming Amazon Prime and Hulu slates. Hit the jump to find out what titles you should look out for.

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wolverine 2 screenwriter

Hugh Jackman is milking his final appearance as Wolverine for all it’s worth. The actor has unveiled the very first teaser image from the next Wolverine standalone film, which will feature his final performance as the mutant superhero. Check out the first Wolverine teaser image after the jump. Read More »

Gotham season 2 teaser trailer

Are there new promos for Gotham? What does a certain Civil War star think of that Ant-Man stinger? Which villain could be coming to Daredevil Season 2? Who’s the latest addition to the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. cast? How are Batman and Superman looking on their latest magazine cover? Want another peek at the X-Men: Apocalypse set? How about some Ultron concept art? Does Stan Lee approve of the new Human Torch? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »

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HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS – PART 2

It’s not every big-budget action movie that can reduce an entire audience of grownups to tears, but Furious 7 did just that with its closing Paul Walker sendoff. Director James Wan got a huge assist on that front from Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth in the form of “See You Again,” a melancholy tune which has been making the rounds all summer.

Now the song’s even made its way to Hogwarts, sort of. A fan video sets the (surprisingly numerous) deaths of the Harry Potter franchise to Khalifa and Puth’s hit, and we just dare you not to choke up a bit. Watch the Harry Potter Furious 7 tribute video after the jump.  Read More »

new Spider-Man actor

A couple of weeks ago word got around that Vacation writer-directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan M. Goldstein were in talks to script Spider-Man, after losing out on the directing job to Jon Watts (Cop Car). Now the pair have finally confirmed their involvement, and have started to talk a little bit about their vision for the wisecracking webslinger.

The key word there is wisecracking — from the sounds of it, this Spidey will be wittier and funnier than his big-screen predecessors have been. Read the Spider-Man writers comments after the jump. Read More »

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These days, Jake Gyllenhaal can get just about any role he wants, whether it’s a broken bruiser in Southpaw or a ruthless reporter in Nightcrawler. But back when he was first starting out as a child actor, he had two big obstacles standing between him and one particular dream job.

Gyllenhaal revealed that he cried when his parents, director Stephen Gyllenhaal and screenwriter Naomi Foner, forced him to turn down a role in 1992’s The Mighty Ducks. Hit the jump for the Jake Gyllenhaal Mighty Ducks quote. Read More »