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We had heard that a tv show based on Terry Brooks' best selling series of fantasy novels was in the works already, but now a new report reveals that MTV will develop it with a straight-to-series option. Plus. Iron Man director Jon Favreau is on board.
This new banner for the second installment in Peter Jackson's Middle Earth trilogy features a good look at major characters in the film, such as Lee Pace's Thranduil, Luke Evan's Bard, some Barrel-ridden dwarves, and a wide-eyed Bilbo, played by Martin Freeman. Hit the Jump to Check it out!
Perhaps in fear of saying too much as Saoirse Ronan did and thereby losing out on a role in Star Wars Episode VII, the Chronicle star won't confirm or deny his involvement with that project, but does reveal how he feels to be connected to both that and The Fantastic Four!
We've seen a selection of these already, but now the BBC have released the full set of promotional photos for the highly anticipated return of Sherlock, starring Martin Freeman (The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug) and Benedict Cumberbatch (Star Trek Into Darkness).
I have now watched it six times, and each time it seems to get a bit better. In this article I will give six briefly explained reasons why I think Marvel's Iron Man 3 is a great movie.
The website, Feature Film Casting, has posted a very brief casting call for a young Bruce Wayne role in the new Gotham television show. How young? Well, hit the jump to find out.
Photographer, Jose Manchado, put together some photoshoots with beautiful women covered in body paint, portraying comic book characters: Catwoman (Selina Kyle), Spider-Woman (Jessica Drew), Magik (Illyana Rasputin) and Dagger (Tandy Bowen).
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug will be the one film to rule them all when it opens next weekend, but the next couple of days will see one final slobberknocker between The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Disney's animated hit, Frozen. Hit the jump for the latest estimates!
Warner Bros. have released a new batch of stills for the follow-up to Zack Snyder's critically acclaimed 300 (this time directed by Noam Murro, with a script from Snyder and Kurt Johnstad), and you can check out both of them after the jump!
Justice League: War is based on Geoff Johns and Jim Lee's first Justice League arc in DC's "The New 52" continuity, and acts as a follow-up to Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox. Hit the jump for a new still featuring Cyborg, Green Lantern, Shazam and Wonder Woman!
It's not in the greatest quality, but hit the jump and check out kids stickers for Captain America: The Winter Soldier with a new look at Cap, Black Widow, the Falcon and Winter Soldier as promo art.
We previously saw a short clip from the "Hit Girl Attacks: Creating the Van Sequence" DVD bonus Kick-Ass 2 footage, but now take a look at the full featurette. It features storyboards and the behind-the-scenes stunt and fight choreography. Come check it out!
J.J. Abrams will only be involved as a producer on the third Star Trek movie, but a trio of writers have now been hired by Paramount in order to get the movie in theatres in time for the franchise's 50th Anniversary in 2016. Who will be working on the threequel? Hit the jump to find out!
Doctor Octopus' arms were spotted in the trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2, and now the latest viral article for 'The Daily Bugle' site reveals that "world-renowned nuclear researcher" Otto Octavius is rumoured to be working with Oscorp! Read on for details.
Episode V, The Empire Strikes Back is considered by most to be the best in the Star Wars saga. However, things didn't always pan out the way they did in the final cut. Hit the jump to check some of the ideas used in the original draft and an alternate (and arguably worse) ending.
While the Indiana Jones franchise was included in the deal when Disney bought Lucasfilm, they have now come to an agreement with Paramount which will actually allow them to distribute and market future movies. Does this mean we'll finally get to see a fifth instalment in the franchise?
The first minute and a half of footage from Tuesday's episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.. Hit the jump to see what a prison break looks like in Marvel's television universe.
The website, thinkmcflythink, has gotten their hands on an image that gives us our very first look at Henry Cavill ("Man of Steel") in a different Superman costume, auditioning for McG's defunct Superman: Flyby. Hit the jump to check it out!
James Mangold took over the Amazon Movies & TV Twitter account and conducted a global Twitter chat, and while he doesn't reveal too much about The Wolverine sequel, he does offer some interesting insight on his process in making The Wolverine.
Hit the jump to check out two new clips from the samurai-fantasy-adventure, 47 Ronin, that feature Keanu Reeves ("Speed") as quite the swordsman. Also, come see three new television spots.
Well, I think it's fair to say that no one will have seen this X-Men: Days of Future Past ending coming! The mid-credits scene for that movie has apparently been unearthed, and as you might expect, it leads straight into X-Men: Apocalypse! [WARNING: MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD]
It was reported not too long ago that Drew Goddard will be woking on Daredevil for Netflix, but Marvel have now officially confirmed that he will both write and direct the first episode of the series, later serving as series Showrunner and Executive Producer. Read on for details!
Thor and X-Men: First Class writers Zack Stentz and Ashley Miller have been tapped by Skydance Productions and Annapurna Pictures to bring a new Terminator series to TV. It will intersect with the upcoming Alan Taylor helmed movie, and we have the first intriguing plot details right here!
Reiterating the fact that the older 'Magneto' doesn't travel back in time in Bryan Singer's X-Men: Days of Future Past, legendary actor Sir Ian McKellen hints that the majority of the action takes place in 1970s and the future scenes only serve as a way of kicking off the sequel.
It looks like the Alan Taylor helmed Thor: The Dark World will finish its run at the worldwide box office with a little over $600 million in total, meaning that it has earned over $150 million more than the first instalment which was released back in 2011. Read on for details!
Revealing that he is an original character from the comics and has a minor role in the film, B.J Novak updates us on his character in The Amazing Spider-Man. Hit the jump to check out more!
Thanks to his physical transformation for Guardians of the Galaxy, Chris Pratt says that Jurassic World is indeed one of many career possibilities that wouldn't exist in his heavier days. Check it out!
According to a new report, X-Men: Days of Future Past will lead directly into X-Men: Apocalypse, with members of both the past and future cast expected to return alongside a few notable new additions. Hit the jump for further details!
Arrow star Stephen Amell gives fans a primer ahead of Wednesday's mid-season finale for Arrow season 2. " I've never been so surprised and happy while reading a script. Ever." added Amell.
"I don’t know whether or not I will do this next movie," says Hugh Jackman on The Wolverine sequel. Could Jackman be hanging up his claws after X-Men: Days of Future Past? What about X-Men: Apocalypse?
In the theatrical cut, Kick-Ass 2 opens with Mindy shooting Dave, who is wearing a bulletproof vest, but in this alternate opening Dave is lured into an alley and terrorized. Hey, we even get some new footage with Dave's girlfriend, Katie (Lyndsy Fonseca).
Professor Charles Xavier (Pete Holmes) has finally come across a member of the X-Men that is worthy of not being fired. Hit the jump to see Professor X blackmailing Storm (Ororo Monroe).
Saying that they have yet to choose a title for Batman Vs. Superman, Man of Steel and The Dark Knight Trilogy producer Charles Roven comments on how DC's movies explore different themes to Marvel's, ones he believes are ultimately more adult in nature. Read on for details!
With the release of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug only a week away early reactions to the second in Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings prequel trilogy have already begun to appear in spite of a strict embargo on any reviews until the 8th. Hit the jump for more details..
Earlier today, I posted Batman: Arkham Origins
concept art for Joker's thugs
, but now come take a look at some wicked cool designs for The Dark Knight's nemesis Bane and his thugs.
While Iron Man 3 and Thor: The Dark World have made the cut, Man of Steel is noticeably absent in the list of ten films which are now in the running for a place in the "Visual Effects" category for the 86th Oscars. Hit the jump to find out which other movies are on the shortlist!
The website, Film Sketchr, came across more concept art produced for Zack Snyder's Superman film, Man of Steel, on the viral site, LearnAboutKrypton.com. It includes designs for Kryptonian weapons, costumes and vehicles that were used in the film.
The beautiful 37-year-old actress is the latest Hollywood beauty to bear all for Esquire Magazine, and you can see all the raunchy pictures of the Skyfall and Long Walk to Freedom star after the jump! This is the side of Miss Moneypenny that 007 fans have been waiting to see...
Hit the jump to Thor concept art that was created by conceptual illustrators Benton Jew ("The Hulk") and Daphne Yap ("Oz the Great and Powerful"). Benton created costume illustrations for Odin and Daphne helped design The Casket of Ancient Winters.