henry cavill superman

Well, this whole “Henry Cavill exiting Superman” situation just got a whole lot more confusing. The internet was abuzz yesterday following reports that Cavill had hung up his cape and parted ways with Warner Bros. But a cryptic new Instagram video from the (former ?) Man of Steel himself may have confirmed that this is not the case. Or it is? We have no idea.

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Michael B. Jordan Superman

Word just broke that Henry Cavill will no longer play Superman for Warner Bros. Now that Cavill is out, who will be the next Man of Steel? Warners is reportedly interested taking the character in a completely different direction, and have considered Michael B. Jordan for the part. For now, however, the studio remains focused on Supergirl.

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Don’t let his monstrous appearance fool you – Swamp Thing is one of DC Comics’ most soulful characters, a melancholic plant creature with an ongoing existential crisis and the weight of the Earth’s ecosystems on his shoulders. So for the new television series coming to the DC Universe streaming service, it’s only appropriate that they’re looking to cast an actual actor to fill out that mossy green suit.

According to a new report, Derek Mears has emerged as a frontrunner for the role of Swampy, and that’s some fine casting.

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bond 25 villain

Said Taghmaoui could soon make the leap from superhero ally to super-spy villain. The Wonder Woman star has said that he was cast as the Bond 25 villain under Danny Boyle, potentially pitting him against Daniel Craig in the actor’s final movie as 007. But with the director leaving the James Bond sequel over creative differences, that role is up in the air.

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dune remake cast

Denis Villeneuve‘s Dune adaptation may have found its Lady Jessica. Mission: Impossible breakout Rebecca Ferguson is in talks to join the Dune cast as the female lead, opposite Timothée Chalamet, who has already been cast as Paul Atreides.

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robin wright in wonder woman 1984

Steve Trevor isn’t the only once-dead Wonder Woman character returning for the highly-anticipated sequel, Wonder Woman 1984. But unlike that dashing American spy, Robin Wright‘s General Antiope won’t be coming back to life.

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Knives Out

Rian Johnson has lined up his first post-Last Jedi project: Knives Out, a murder mystery that will find the filmmaker directing Daniel Craig. Craig will play a detective investigating a murder, drawing inspiration from the work of Agatha Christie. Knives Out will mark Johnson’s first return to the mystery genre since his feature debut Brick.

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star wars rejected dave bautista

Dave Bautista may be part of two major sci-fi franchises, but he sadly missed out on starring in a third. The Guardians of the Galaxy and Blade Runner 2049 actor impressed with his supporting turns in both series, but Bautista revealed that he aimed for the stars, and got rejected by them — twice.

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Doom Patrol cast

While movies based on DC Comics characters have been hit or miss over the past few years, DC has been dominating when it comes to small screen entertainment. Now the company is looking to expand its empire with DC Universe, a new digital platform that will offer comics, access to existing shows and movies, and brand new original series.

One of the platform’s new shows is a live-action version of Doom Patrol, and now the show has cast fan-favorite actor Alan Tudyk (Firefly, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story) to play the villain, a character known as Mr. Nobody. Read more about the newest addition to the Doom Patrol cast below.
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doctor sleep cast

The Doctor Sleep cast has locked down a pivotal role. Young actress Kyliegh Curran will play Abra Stone in the Shining sequel from director Mike Flanagan. Curran joins a cast that includes Ewan McGregor and Rebecca Ferguson.

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