Showtime have released another new promo vid for their upcoming "psycho sexual" horror series. Meet Eva Green as Vanessa Ives, Josh Hartnett as Ethan Chandler, Reeve Carney as Dorian Gray, Harry Treadaway as Victor Frankenstein and Timothy Dalton as Sir Malcolm Murray after the jump.
We were a tad disappointed with Marc Webb's Amazing Spider-Man sequel here at CBM, but it seems a few negative reviews haven't done anything to hinder its BO takings. TASM 2 is off to a great start overseas, grossing an estimated $47M so far in its opening weekend.
This awesome series of 1940s-inspired posters from Ant Lucia focuses on the heroines and villainesses of DC. Click on to see the likes of Wonder Woman, Poison Ivy, Harley Quinn, Hawkgirl and many more; and to find out how you can order a print for yourselves.
During an interview with Cosmopolitan, Panettiere admits to having no idea about the plans for a new series until she found out from her cousin. It seems we can rule out Claire Bennet from joining the new Heroes when the miniseries kicks off in 2015.
Although we know Apocalypse will focus primarily on the younger incarnation of Professor Xavier (James McCavoy) and co., Patrick Stewart isn't ruling out another reprisal. He also teases another appearance in a future X-flick..could it be the mystery movie coming in 2018? Possible SPOILERS.
George R.R. Martin has posted an excerpt from his latest book, The World of Ice and Fire: The Untold History of Westeros and the World of Game of Thrones, along with an illustration of a fully grown dragon. If you think Daenerys Targaryen's babies are big now, ummmm...
In an expected move, it seems the director has decided it'd be best to bow out of all future promotion for his new X-flick in light of the sexual abuse allegations against him. Singer also says that at the time of the alleged abuse, he can prove that he was shooting X-Men 1 in Canada.
Although the actual web-fluid may prove a little trickier, Patrick Priebe has managed to put together a real, working web shooter which fires a variety of other things..and there's even a laser sighting. Take a look at the shooter in action after the jump.
Despite rumors to the contrary, and even though they do share the same cinematic universe, it seems 20th Century Fox do not have any plans to produce a movie featuring characters from their X-Men and Fantastic Four franchises.
We had a very nice poster for "The Only Light In The Darkness" earlier, and now you can take a look at a sneak peek of the episode. In the following clip, Coulson and his team -- including the duplicitous Ward -- must face a state-of-the-art lie detector test designed by Nick Fury himself.
The third piece in the "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: The Art of Level Seven" series comes from artist/animator Pascal Campion, and depicts Agent Coulson (Clark Gregg) and his former love Audrey, aka "The Cellist", who will be played by Amy Acker in the nineteenth ep of the series.
We've already seen the imagery on various merchandise for the movie, but this cool new German poster for Bryan Singer's X-Men: Days Of Future Past is still well worth a look. See Wolverine, Storm, Mystique, Colossus and others prepare for battle after the jump.
Yesterday we found out that Rogue (Anna Paquin) would actually still be appearing in the upcoming X-flick, though her role was reduced to a brief cameo. Now Vulture have uncovered details of her scenes, and also revealed that we can expect to see more of the original cast return too!
SCREEEEEEOOOONNNK! As the release date for Gareth Edwards' Godzilla reboot draws nearer, a pretty cool wall poster and several promotional/merchandise snaps give us our best look yet at the king of monsters. Check them out after the jump.
FX have released a brief, but effectively nasty new teaser for their upcoming small screen adaptation of Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan's series of vampire novels/comics. Check it out after the jump.
When it was revealed that the post-credits stinger for Marc Webb's Amazing Spider-Man sequel was actually a scene from X-Men: Days Of Future past, some fans thought this might have meant that Fox and Sony were planning a crossover. But clearly that wasn't the case..
JoBlo have posted a couple of vids which feature some very interesting behind-the -scenes stuff from Marc Webb's Amazing Spider-Man sequel, including previously unheard dialogue, outtakes, and a look at the process of scoring the film. More after the jump...
It's been a while since I read the Dame To Kill For graphic novel, but these look like they may just be reworked panels from that! Anyway, the official Facebook page for Robert Rodriguez's sequel has posted several cool looking storyboards for the film, which you can see after the jump...
John Byrne's now iconic cover to Uncanny X-Men #141 is given a Game Of Thrones makeover, as Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen, and Tyrion Lannister take a stand against whatever force is determined to wipe out the population of Westeros. Probably George R.R. Martin, then.
Despite X-Men: Days Of Future Past director Bryan Singer claiming that she'd been cut from the final film, a rep for the studio has confirmed that the True Blood actress will indeed make a cameo appearance. Click on for details.
The artist will be displaying portraits of Marvel superheroes and villains at the "Mike Mitchell x Marvel x Mondo" exhibition at Mondo Gallery in Austin, from April 25 through May 17. After the jump you can three of his favorites: Spider-Man, Luke Cage and Bullseye.
Marcus Nispel already rebooted Friday the 13th in 2009, but because that didn't make enough coin to merit a sequel (and was also rubbish incidentally) Paramount are giving it another go - this time with the man behind arguably the best segment in the V/H/S anthology in line to direct.
This tv adaptation of the classic French Heavy Metal graphic novels by legendary comic book artist Jean ‘Moebius’ Giraud finally debuted on US screens last night. Check out a new poster featuring Kelly Brook and Joe Flanigan after the jump.
This new tv spot for the Marvel space adventure was shown during the MTV Movie Awards, and is basically just an edited down version of the first trailer. Still, any excuse to see Groot, Gamora, Rocket and pals again!
CBM fave Zoe Saldana will take on the role made famous by Mia Farrow in the NBC remake of Roman Polanski's classic chiller. After the jump you can check out the first full trailer for the miniseries, which sees the GOTG actress begin to realize all is not right with her unborn child.