Most people would agree X-Men Days of Future Past was a solid addition to the X-Men franchise. Even if they don’t, everyone agrees the Quicksilver scene was the highlight. The way director Bryan Singer used slow motion and camera effects to show how fast the character, played by Evan Peters, was truly memorable. Now it seems, he’s going to do it again.
On his Instagram, Singer tweeted an image of a bunch of actors on wires with the hashtag “#Quicksilver.” It seems everyone’s favorite speedster is gonna make a comeback in X-Men Apocalypse. See the X-men Apocalypse Quicksilver image and more below. Read More »
Cross a film off of Kevin Smith‘s long to-do list. The writer/director just completed Yoga Hosers, his teenage superhero/thriller starring Harley Quinn Smith (Smith’s daughter) and Lily-Rose Depp (Johnny Depp’s daughter). We know he’s done because Smith tweeted about the status, and posted an image of the end credits, which tease that the characters will be back in Moose Jaws.
Below, check out the images and read more about Smith’s upcoming work.
UPDATE: The first images from the film are now online. Check them out below. Read More »
I’m as guilty as the next guy. If I’m at a film festival or an early screening of a film I know people are curious about, I try to get a reaction on Twitter as soon as possible. That’s the whole point of Twitter. It’s the world reacting in real time, and if it’s a big time movie, people who can’t be there are dying to know the thoughts of the people who are.
So is a Twitter reaction film criticism? It’s debatable. Thierry Fremaux, head of the Cannes Film Festival, says it is and that Twitter reactions are ruining film criticism. Read his quotes and some thoughts on Twitter movie reviews below. Read More »
For the past few weeks, the Internet has been plastered with photos from the set of Suicide Squad. We’ve seen Will Smith as Deadshot, Jai Courtney as Captain Boomarang. More famously, we’ve seen Margot Robbie in multiple Harley Quinn outfits, Jared Leto as the Joker, the Joker’s car, the Joker’s car being chased by the Batmobile, and even Batman himself.
These were huge images from a movie that’s still over a year away. Many people thought some major surprises had been spoiled. Apparently, that’s not the case. The always-open writer/director of Suicide Squad, David Ayer, took to Twitter to reassure fans that nothing has been ruined. Read More »
With Force Awakens rumors, social media, spoilers, merchandise, it’s another jam-packed edition of Star Wars Bits. Below, read about the following.
- Check out our first possible look at Maz Kanata in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
- Disney is deliberately pacing marketing and merchandise for Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
- Check out Tim Doyle‘s new Star Wars: The Force Awakens poster.
- Read Vanity Fair‘s extended interview with J.J. Abrams.
- Watch an interview with the production designers of The Force Awakens.
- John Boyega won’t even share Force Awakens secrets with his family.
- Carrie Fisher‘s Mother’s Day Tweet was amazing.
- Billie Lourd confirms she’s not playing a young Leia in The Force Awakens.
- Check out the cover Marvel Comics’ Lando #1.
- Listen to audio from inside a theater in 1977 showing Star Wars.
- Read some potential spoilers about a scene involving Rey and Kylo Ren.
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When Brodie, TS, Gwen and maybe even Shannon Hamilton return to the big screen, there won’t be a “2” at the end of their title. Kevin Smith revealed on Twitter that the title to Mallrats 2, the sequel to his 1995 cult comedy, is MallBrats. Read more about the Mallrats 2 title below. Read More »
Monday night Warner Bros. held IMAX screenings all over the country of the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer. This was supposed to be the big reveal for the trailer, but the Internet changed that, and the footage was released early. To thank fans for coming to the event anyway, director Zack Snyder added in about six seconds of exclusive footage to the trailer, and took to Twitter to show a brand new image of Ben Affleck‘s Batsuit.
Below, read about the new footage and see the Batman v Superman Batsuit. Read More »
When Batman battles Superman on screen next year, we’ll see some their fight in full-screen IMAX. Director Zack Snyder filmed some of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice in IMAX and, next month when we see the first trailer, odds are we’ll have an idea of what scenes specifically are going to be in the format.
For now, though, Snyder has posted a little glimpse of the close personal relationship he has with the technology. He tweeted a funny pic of him holding an IMAX camera with his bare hands and he looks a bit like the Incredible Hulk. Check out Zack Snyder IMAX image below. Read More »
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Tony Stark might joke that he’s not the boss of the Avengers, but Robert Downey Jr. is certainly the leader. The actor was in classic form at the Avengers: Age of Ultron junket over the weekend and used his Twitter to document the whole thing. He took photos with almost all of his co-stars, joked about Captain America: Civil War, and basically just gave fans what they wanted – access to one of the most anticipated films of the year. Check out some of the awesome Robert Downey Jr Twitter photos below. Read More »
Wednesday the writer and director of Suicide Squad, David Ayer, posted an almost complete image of his cast. There were even some new faces we hadn’t yet heard were in the movie. One man who was noticeably absent though was Jared Leto, who is playing the Joker.
Never one to disappoint his fans, Ayer followed up Wednesday’s tweet with an early glimpse at Leto’s Joker. You don’t see much, just some green hair and a very recognizable pose, but it’s pretty awesome. Check out the first Jared Leto Joker image below. Read More »