We all know that Hugh Jackman can’t be Wolverine in the X-Men franchise forever, and we’ve heard that the Australian actor is done with the role that made him a star after he completes a starring turn in the third Wolverine film in 2017. But don’t worry, because he’s also slated to pop up in X-Men: Apocalypse and may have a cameo in Deadpool.
Still, someone has to pick up the claws and replace Jackman eventually. So as part of his stream of Comic-Con themed episodes this week, being shot in San Diego, Conan revealed some of the auditions to play Wolverine with names like Nick Offerman (Parks and Recreation), Michael Sheen (Masters of Sex,) Hannibal Buress (Neighbors), Patton Oswalt (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) and more in the running.
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Over the past few days we’ve been trying to come to terms with the fact that Arnold Schwarzenegger‘s first entertainment project since returning to private life will be a cartoon superhero series called The Governator. (Which will also get a 3D feature film incarnation, as revealed this morning.)
Now there is a trailer for the animated series, and it has a guest appearance from Larry King (kids love and respect him!) and is partially set to ‘Pump It’ by the Black Eyed Peas. Check it out below. Yes, The Governator is pretty much exactly what you expect it to be. Read More »
Yes, that’s Steven Spielberg talking to Jerry Seinfeld dressed in a Bee suit.
Last year the first teaser trailer was released for Jerry Seinfeld’s computer animated film The Bee Movie. Many people were angry that the teaser was false advertising, as it was done in live action. A second trailer has finally been released, and it also contains live action footage, but cleverly transitions into the actual computer animation. See that after the jump.
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Larry King gives even the worst movies glowing reviews. You can usually see his quotes on the most horrible Hollywood movies (Earl Ditman is the go to guy for the b-class). But as it turns out, King doesn’t even believe his own quotes. How’s that for ethics?
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