Variety is reporting, British actor and former professional footballer, Vincent Peter "Vinnie" Jones ("X-Men: The Last Stand") has been cast in season three of Arrow. He'll play the comic book-based villain, Brick (Daniel "Danny" Brickwell).
Talking about taking on the role of Aquaman in the DC Cinematic Universe, Game of Thrones star Jason Momoa goes into detail here about what he knows about his commitments to both Batman v Superman and Justice League, as well as how the King of Atlantis' solo outing is shaping up...
Sure, "The Rock" is already set play a supervillain for DC Comics (five years from now), but hit the jump and check out how he would look as the Marvel villain Apocalypse for the next X-Men sequel.
Marvel have finally released Alex Ross' beautiful variant cover for Jason Aaron and John Cassaday's Star Wars #1, and it pays homage to the classic Star Wars comic book from April 1977. Featuring classic characters from A New Hope, hit the jump to check it out!
Director David Ayer is currently doing press for his WW2 movie Fury, and Empire used the opportunity to quiz him about his next big project: WB/DC's supervillain flick, Suicide Squad. He doesn't give much away, but drops a few interesting hints as to what we can expect.
Guardians Of The Galaxy director James Gunn is still posting daily images from the movie to Twitter, and this latest BTS pic gives us a look at a trio of very strange, very cool looking aliens that may not have made the final cut. Do you recall seeing 'em?
Welcome to Fight Club. The first rule of Fight Club is: you do not talk about Fight Club. The second rule of Fight Club is: you DO NOT talk about Fight Club! Come see some stellar acting from Michael Keaton ("Batman") and Ed Norton ("The Incredible Hulk").
Before Jason Momoa was cast as Aquaman, he was Khal Drogo on the first season of HBO's critically acclaimed epic fantasy series Game of Thrones. A clip of his intense audition for what became his breakout role has gone viral after news of his Aquaman casting. Come check it out!
Recent revelations concerning Marvel adapting the popular Civil War story arc (still unconfirmed) have excited both comic and movie fans alike. Hit the jump for three reasons pitting Captain America and Iron Man against each other is a great movie for the MCU.
Recently we learned
that ol' Stoney Face would live on in a sequel, of sorts, to Pete Travis' Dredd
: an animated online miniseries from producer Adi Shankar based on the "Dark Judges" comic arc. See the poster and some images for Superfiend
after the jump.