We’ve seen a few photos from the Netflix original series The Witcher, but actual footage from the show has been hard to come by – until now. During the Comic-Con panel for the upcoming fantasy series, the streaming service showed off the first trailer and quickly released it online for all to see. Check out Henry Cavill (Man of Steel) as Geralt of Rivia, riding through a high fantasy world and hunting monsters, in The Witcher trailer below. Read More »
Night Hunter was stuck between a rock and a hard place: go with a tantalizing, vague title like Nomis that would probably get mispronounced to hell, or adopt a generic, hyper-masculine title like Night Hunter. The David Raymond film obviously went with the latter.
The thing about a title like Night Hunter is that it’s both too specific and too vague — sure, it’s about a person who hunts at night, but what does that mean? In this case, the hunter in the title refers to a serial killer who at the beginning of the film is arrested — but that doesn’t stop him from taking more lives with every passing second, despite the efforts of Henry Cavill, Alexandria Daddario, and Ben Kingsley. Watch the Night Hunter trailer below.
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Since Henry Cavill isn’t returning to the role of Superman anytime soon, he’s occupying his time by digging into the fantasy world of The Witcher. The video game franchise and book series is being turned into a show on Netflix, and the streaming service has just released the first official The Witcher photos, revealing the show’s lead characters. And it sounds like we’ll be getting more than that very soon, because Netflix is bringing the series to Comic-Con with a panel in Hall H. Read More »
After scrambling amid some of the planet’s biggest monsters in the most recent Godzilla film, Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown will soon play a character who finds herself in the shadow of a different pop culture titan: Sherlock Holmes. She’ll play the title character in Legendary’s new film Enola Holmes, which follows the adventures of the iconic detective’s much younger sister. Henry Cavill (Justice League) is set to play Holmes. Learn more about the project below. Read More »
It’s rare that you see a film with as stacked an ensemble as Ben Kingsley, Henry Cavill, Stanley Tucci, Alexandra Daddario, and more disappear by the wayside, but the dark crime thriller Nomis, aka Night Hunter as it’s being released domestically, could be in danger of doing just that. Kingsley stars as a vigilante who targets child predators, but ends up embroiled in a “dangerous scheme” involving the police force and a troubled man who has been “linked to years of female abductions and murders.” Watch the full international Nomis trailer below. Read More »
Warner Bros. and DC are riding high off the huge success of James Wan’s Aquaman, and they’ll try to keep that going in a couple months with the release of David F. Sandberg‘s Shazam! A new report suggests the upcoming superhero comedy will feature a cameo from a fellow DC hero, and if it’s true, this cameo sounds like it will be one of the strangest cameos in recent memory. Read on to learn who will (or, more accurately, will not) appear in the Shazam cameo. Read More »
The “will he, won’t he” saga of whether actor Henry Cavill will return to play Superman in another movie for Warner Bros. is beginning to approach “Ben Affleck Batman” territory, and the latest update indicates that fans may see Cavill suit up as the Man of Steel one more time after all. According to Jason Momoa, who co-starred with Cavill in last year’s Justice League, Cavill is “absolutely not” giving up the role.
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Netflix has revealed the first image from The Witcher, the new series that stars Henry Cavill as a white-haired monster hunter in a fantasy world besieged by tons of folklorish supernatural creatures. Now you get to see Cavill don a white wig and black leather clothes to play the titular “witcher,” Geralt of Rivia in the Witcher first look.
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What will Christopher McQuarrie do next? The Mission: Impossible – Fallout director has a lot of clout now, but two projects he won’t be tackling are Man of Steel 2 and Green Lantern. Which is a shame, because he’d likely knock both out of the park. In a new interview, McQuarrie reveals that the chances of him directing Man of Steel 2 are unlikely, and that he actually already turned down a Green Lantern movie once before.
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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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