Cast & crew weigh-ins, and last minute clips for Gods & Monsters, Mark Hamill in on The Killing Joke. To mark the SDCC debut of Justice League: Gods & Monsters, and today’s Blu-ray/ DVD release, some last minute promotional fronts have moved in. New clips, an extensive interview with creative force,
Something on not-so-big crossover news, coming out of convention season. Between the ongoing success of the MCU, and the anticipation over the DC Joint Cinematic Universe finally getting into the fight, there have actually been quite a few would-be major developments that got
Tilda Swinton officially cast as mentor to Doctor Strange. Tilda Swinton has confirmed her addition to the cast of Doctor Strange, in an interview for Screencrush. She will be playing the role of The Ancient One, mentor to Dr. Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch).
WEEKEND SUPERHERO: Marvel vs DC, Take Whatever: Passive Aggression at the Top, Friendly Rivalry at Street Level
WB film chief chimes in on Marvel vs DC, but honest fans still do it better. During an interview, for The Hollywood Reporter, Warner Bros. Chief of Film Production, Greg Silverman, was asked about his overall task of putting Warner back on top – by way of more Lego films, more J.K.
Pine Regrets not Getting The Series Right. It is looking very unlikely that Chris Pine will be making a return to the Jack Ryan franchise. In a recent interview with Moviefone the Into The Woods actor was asked if there were talks about any further adventures for him in the iconic role and he had
The Climb trailers & EP interview for The CW‘s Arrow. Winter break takes on a somewhat literal meaning, for the mid-season finale of Arrow. When Nyssa al Ghul (Katrina Law) threatens to expand on her previous threat, Oliver (Stephen Amell) is forced to face the man behind the legend of Ra’s
ABC‘s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., episode 2.10 TV show trailer & episode 2.9 interview. The Winter finale, to Agents‘ second season, promises to provide some answers about season two’s contribution to the series mythology; but for the moment, the real matter at hand is whether viewers have
Arrow showrunners interviewed on character developments for The CW series. With the introduction of Grant Gustin‘s Barry Allan character on Arrow, last season, the subsequent Flash spinoff, this season, and an upcoming cross-over event, having a supporting character, or two,
Arrow EP interview on series crossover, H.I.V.E., superpowers, & The Arrow ‘family.’ The CW not only gains a superhero block, courtesy of Arrow & The Flash, but also gains an outlet for the kind of superpowered action that Arrow has ruled out, by design. Season two’s Mirakuru storyline might
Simon Kinberg interview on DOFP, Apocalypse & the impact on Fox‘s mutant franchise. If X-Men: First Class & The Wolverine made for an upswing, in the fortunes of Fox’s X-Men properties, and Days of Future Past has cleaned the slate, some, then together, they have certainly justified