Does Felicity Jones want to play full Black Cat in the Spider-Man movies? Why are the X-Men back in 1992? Will Cable be in the Deadpool movie? Who is helping Hans Zimmer with the Batman v Superman score? What did Chadwick Boseman have to say now a few days removed from the big Black Panther news? Which Batman character did Ben McKenzie dress as for Halloween? Is Loki going to be in Avengers: Infinity War? How does Jon Favreau feel about the new Marvel movies? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
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Last month, 20th Century Fox announced that they would finally make a movie based on the Marvel Comics character Deadpool, set to hit theaters in Winter 2016. Even though Ryan Reynolds is likely set to reprise the role that he first played in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, some fans were still were confused if it would be a complete reboot of the character outside of the X-men movie universe or would be a continuation. But now its been confirmed that the Deadpool movie will be part of the X-Men cinematic universe, past and future. But how exactly will the Deadpool X-Men universe work in combination on the big screen?
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Which videos are the newest in the X-Men: Days of Future Past viral campaign? What are the latest rumors about Fantastic Four? Did Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. tease at the Black Panther this week? Does Jeremy Renner think Avengers: Age of Ultron is going to work? Want to see some cool, new Guardians of the Galaxy merchandise? Is Rob Liefeld excited about the Deadpool movie? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
One of the most surprising news stories of the past week had to be the fact Fox finally greenlit a Deadpool movie. The film had been in development for years. Director Tim Miller was attached, a script by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick had been floating around the internet for years, and rumors swirled of test footage shot with star Ryan Reynolds. Finally, that footage leaked, showing a confident, vulgar Deadpool joyfully killing a group of men driving in an SUV. The tone of the comic was there, and yet one thought the film would happen.
Still, the leaked footage rekindled the buzz on the film and Fox is now eyeing a February 12, 2016 release date for Deadpool. It all begs the question, “How and why did this happen now?” One source says it’s because everyone figured out a way to make the decidedly R-rated character PG-13. Read more about the rumored Deadpool rating below. Read More »
20th Century Fox has dated a movie based on the Marvel Comics character Deadpool, which will hit theaters in Winter 2016. Tim Miller is signed on to direct the X-Men spin-off movie, and THR is reporting that Ryan Reynolds may return to reprise the X-Men Origins: Wolverine character, although noting that no deal is set. Find out more about the Deadpool movie release date, after the jump.
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The biggest leak of the last week might not be the pre-release torrent of The Expendables 3, but the bootleg of Deadpool test footage. Shot years ago, this short sequence features Ryan Reynolds in digital costume as the “merc with a mouth.” He cracks a few jokes, then cracks a few heads, before decaptiating a bad guy and waving hello to Tom Rothman, who at the time was head of Fox’s movie division.
We haven’t posted the footage because it still hasn’t been officially released. I’m sure you saw it anyway (that’s a screenshot, above), and now you can see Ryan Reynolds on set, in “costume” in a Deadpool test behind the scenes shot. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, April 10th, 2014 by Angie Han
In a world where every studio is trying to build its own comic book mega-franchise, simple sequels and prequels aren’t enough anymore. To really keep the brand running, you need spinoffs. And that’s where Fox’s X-Men series could be headed next.
So far, Wolverine is the only mutant who’s had the opportunity to break out on his own, but in a recent chat producers Lauren Shuler Donner and Simon Kinberg suggested that Gambit, Deadpool, and Mystique could get their own movies as well. Hit the jump to read their comments.
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Late Thursday night, 20th Century Fox dropped some potentially massive news. They gave release dates to about six new movies, including sequels to The Wolverine and the yet-to-film Fantastic Four reboot. Among the films was also a “Mystery Marvel Movie” on July 13, 2018 and a “Untitled Ridley Scott” film on March 4, 2016. Below, we’ll give you a few options of what each of those might be. Read More »