The cast for the forthcoming, live-action Attack on Titan movie were unveiled in full costume today in a series of theatrical posters. Attack on Titan is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hajime Isayama
On tonight's new episode of Arrow, Amy Gumenick portrays the insane Carrie Cutter, a vigilante with a very unhealthy obsession with Stephen Amell's Green Arrow. Originally, Gumenick wanted to play Laurel Lance, the role that went to Katie Cassidy.
Perhaps in an alternate reality Chris Pratt would have waited for Jurrasic World to become a household name and It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia's Glenn Howerton would have ascended to the next level of fame as Star-Lord in Marvel Studios' Guardians of the Galaxy.
Half the Guardians of the Galaxy fanboys in the audience swore they glimpsed Beta Ray Bill in The Collector's museum and the other half swore it was not the heroic, Korbinite. Director James Gunn settles the matter once and for all.
The Dark Knight Trilogy director wrote a seven-page, prequel, Interstellar comic book with artist Sean Gordon Murphy. The prequel follows the events of the Lazarus Mission and Dr. Mann (Matt Damon).
Noticed scenes from Marvel Studios' Guardians of the Galaxy that were included in the various trailers, tv spots and other promotional material that didn't make it into the theatrical cut? Of course you did. However, some of that footage won't be on the blu-ray/dvd either.
Check out this spectacular short film from director director Juan F. Orozco that explores that very concept. Singular stars Julieth Restrepo, Jose Restrepo, Albi de Abreu and Camilo Ávila.
Interstellar screenwriter Jonathan Nolan reflects on starting the Interstellar process with director Steven Spielberg and transitioning to working with his brother, celebrated Dark Knight Trilogy helmer, Christopher Nolan.
Flash executive producer Andrew Kreisberg let it slip on twitter that leading Flash antagonist Gorilla Grodd will be appearing on tonight's all new episode of The CW's Flash.
Check out a scene from Wednesday's new Arrow episode, "Guilty". Top DC Comics vigilantes Wildcat (J.R. Ramirez) and Katana (Rila Fukushima) feature in what will surely be a night of epic confrontations for Stephen Amell's Oliver Queen.
The Daily Beast has a great interview with Christopher Nolan that covers the director's desire (or lack thereof) to direct more space epics after Interstellar, including potentially a Star Wars spinoff. Also, Nolan says (one more time) that he's done with superhero movies.
Interstellar director Christopher Nolan fully backs Ben Affleck's Batman and director Zack Snyder. A big revelation is on the horizon for Stephen Amell's Oliver Queen during the Arrow and Flash crossover. Plus, what Frank Grillo doesn't know and Gotham spoilers.
Amazon deals on blu-rays, dvds, comic books and video games and more including Big Hero 6, Batman 75th Anniversary, The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones and Batman: The Animated Series.
Here's a recap of the BlizzCon Warcraft movie panel which featured director Duncan Jones, Blizzard's Chris Metzen and IL&M's Bill Westenhofer. The panel was moderated by Talking Dead host Chris Hardwick. Plus, a look at Lothar and Durotan's armor/weapons.
Maybe Christopher Nolan is done with Batman but perhaps he'd consider a solo-Catwoman movie starring Anne Hathaway? "I would be totally up for doing it. If Chris [Nolan] was involved. For me, the thing that made doing that part particularly fun was that she existed in [Nolan's] Gotham."