Comedian/actor, Ricky Gervais ("The Invention of Lying"), plays international tour manager 'Dominic Badguy' in the upcoming film, Muppets Most Wanted. Hit the jump to see him in a clip.
Batman: The Animated Series debuted on prime time Fox back in 1992 (gulp) and Kevin Conroy has been lending his voice to the animated and video game adventures of Gotham's Caped Crusader ever since. "I had absolutely no expectation that this job would turn into what it became."
Muppets Most Wanted boasts an all-star human cast: Ricky Gervais, Ty Burrell, Tina Fey, Christoph Waltz, Tom Hiddleston, Debby Ryan, Ray Liotta, Danny Trejo, Usher Raymond and Sean Combs. Hit the jump to check out a brand new trailer. Film lands in theaters next month.
WB's The Lego Movie erupted at the box office again burying it's competition under a thick layer of ash and debris. Money didn't flow into Paul W.S. Anderson's Pompeii and McG's 3 Days to Kill.
Deadline is reporting that a sequel to Space Jam is in the works and it will feature NBA superstar, LeBron James. The original 1996 film featured Michael Jordan in the lead.
After the groundbreaking success of last month's The Lego Movie, it should be no surprise that the film has spawned a sequel. Warner Bros. have today confirmed that the second installment in the Lego franchise will land in theaters on May 26th 2017!
Elizabeth Banks, as part of her "Ask A Badass" YouTube comedy series, conducts interviews with The Lego Movie co-stars, Morgan Freeman and Chris Pratt. See what Freeman has to say about which Batman was more difficult to assist and how Pratt is handling his newfound stardom.
Disney and Lucasfilm have released a couple of 30-second promos for their upcoming Star Wars animated series, featuring our first look at some actual footage from the show. Take a look at "Spark" and "Ignite" after the jump. UPDATED with full cast poster.
While celebrating a new Batman: The Animated Series action figure line, Bruce Timm and Paul Dini reflect on their many contributions to Batman's mythology.
With the smashing success of The Lego Movie, it seems like almost everyone is catching Lego fever. Our favorite residents from Springfield, The Simpsons, are the latest to join in on the fun with Fox announcing an all-Lego episode of the hit series set to air later this season.