Posted on Monday, May 18th, 2015 by Angie Han
Our first, and so far only official look at Lex Luthor in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice revealed that Jesse Eisenberg would be sporting the character’s classic chrome dome. But it didn’t reveal much else. We still don’t know how exactly he’ll fit into the story, or even what the rest of him will look like.
Now, however, a juicy new rumor suggests Eisenberg’s Lex will be borrowing some other aspects of the character’s comic book appearance as well — namely, his purple and green warsuit. Read all about the Lex Luthor warsuit rumor after the jump. Read More »
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Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are rolling on their adaptation of Preacher, which we’ll likely see on AMC in 2016. Now Rogen has unveiled the first look at the film, via a shadowed image that seems to feature Dominic Cooper (Agent Carter) as the title character, Jesse Custer, and Ian Colletti (Rake, Jimmy, Baby Mama ) as the troubled young man Arseface. Check it out below. Read More »
Posted on Friday, May 15th, 2015 by Angie Han
Although it’s billed as a Captain America movie, Civil War at this point has a cast big enough to rival any Avengers team-up. Still, not every character in the MCU made it in, and one name that was conspicuously absent was Mark Ruffalo. Or so we thought. A recent post by Ruffalo suggests the Hulk may be joining his Avengers teammates for Captain America: Civil War after all. More about the possible Captain America Civil War Hulk casting after the jump. Read More »
Even though we’ve learned quite a bit about Scarlett Johansson‘s character Black Widow in the Marvel cinematic universe, fans of the character still want to see her get her own movie. This seems to be especially true now considering the backlash that’s been going around following the character’s development in The Avengers: Age of Ultron (there were even rumors that the vitriol being spewed at director Joss Whedon because of it was the reason he left Twitter recently). Fans just want to see Natasha Romanoff kick some ass on her own.
Sadly, we know Marvel’s slate up through at least 2019 as of now, and there’s no Black Widow on the horizon, despite rumblings of one being in development last year. But one fan of the idea has decided to put together a slick opening credits sequence for the Black Widow movie we deserve. Watch the video after the jump! Read More »
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The new, Marvel Cinematic Universe Spider-Man is likely to first appear in Captain America: Civil War, which is currently shooting. That’ll then be followed by a solo film in 2017. Drew Goddard was rumored to be directing that film, but was not part of a recent short list. Read more about Asa Butterfield Spiderman below. Read More »
The CW announced details of the new show DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, and released the first image and trailer. The network’s upfront gave up a few big details about the show — time travel factors in, and Caity Lotz is playing White Canary, among others. There’s info on the villain, an immortal baddie named Vandal Savage, who has been a DC Comics villain for decades, and some pretty goofy/fun stuff once the time travel concepts kick in. It looks kind of like the Legion of Superheroes, only with adventures in our time rather than the 30th century.
Check out the four-minute Legends of Tomorrow trailer and image below to see all the action. Read More »
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