What does Harvey Dent look like on Gotham? Want to see an Honest Trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past? Will you be seeing more of The Flash TV show? How does Charlie Cox describe his character on Daredevil? Which DC movie could James Wan be directing? What did a spy photographer on the set of Batman v Superman have to say about it? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
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Gotham doesn’t yet have a Batman, but it has a whole collection of characters that could eventually make big problems for Bruce Wayne if the show lasts long enough for him to don a cape and cowl. Another thing Gotham has been lacking is an idealistic hotshot young assistant DA — maybe a guy who could eventually flip sides from good to evil. That second issue is now taken care of, as Nicholas D’Agosto has been cast as Gotham‘s Harvey Dent. Read More »
Posted on Friday, July 22nd, 2011 by Angie Han
Final Destination isn’t the kind of franchise that surprises — if you’ve seen any of the four previous installments, you probably already have a pretty good idea of what to expect from Final Destination 5. We were treated to a 3-D clip from the upcoming film, showing that scene familiar from any Final Destination movie: the moment when one of the characters has a horrifying vision of death, prompting him to get off the airplane / highway / roller coaster / stands / bus just before it comes true. Read details of the footage after the jump.
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Over the past week there has been some casting movement on 5nal Destination, aka the fifth Final Destination movie. We haven’t reported some of it because, well, the movie was called 5nal Destination. And after the last couple films in the series, mustering up enthusiasm for this one is difficult. (Though there might be some reason to hope for a better outcome this time. More on that in a moment.)
Now, in addition to a couple more names, including the returning Tony Todd and surprising addition of David Koechner, there’s vague suggestion that someone in marketing or production has come to their senses and the film could be backing away from that ridiculous title. Read More »
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