This latest featurette for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot puts the spotlight on April's cameraman Vernon Fenwick (Will Arnett), and contains some new footage from the movie, as well as an interview with Arnett. We also have 3 new tv spots.
Marvel's gamble looks to be paying off, as the critically acclaimed space adventure earned a very impressive $11.2M from Thursday night screenings -- beating the likes of Godzilla, X-Men: Days Of Future Past and Marvel's own Captain America sequel.
The hilarious 1966 Batman tv series will be getting the Blu-ray treatment soon, and to celebrate, Martin Ansin has put together this funkadelic Mondo poster featuring Batman (Adam West), Robin (Burt Ward) and their entire menagerie of dastardly villains.
Though not actually pictured filming scenes for Star Wars: Episode VII on Skellig Michael off the coast of Kerry, the trio were spotted nearby. Now that it's been confirmed that Ridley is shooting there, it gives way to interesting speculation as to what these scenes will entail..
This latest image from Peter Jackson's third and final Hobbit flick gives us another look at some of Thorin's company of Dwarves, all armored up and looking ready for battle -- but will they be fighting by the increasingly unstable Dwarf-Prince's side?
No exploding buildings on this one! We have a new featurette below, and now here is another new one-sheet to go along with it. This time we're facing the shells of Leo, Raph, Donny and Mikey as they survey their crime-ridden city.
This latest featurette for the Michael Bay produced TMNT reboot contains a few snippets of new footage (including a very nice shot of Raph taking it to Shredder) as well as interviews with some of the cast, and director Jonathan Liebesman.
This new, near 3-minute-long international trailer for Alejandro González Iñárritu's brilliantly bizarre looking new movie features Michael Keaton getting into all manner of awkward situations as the titular ex-big screen superhero. Take a look..
Here is our first look at the second Spongebob Movie, which sees the square-panted one and his pals leave Bikini Bottom and come to our world to play superhero. The movie features the voice talents of Antonio Banderas, Tom Kenny, Clancy Brown, Bill Fagerbakke, Rodger Bumpass, and Mr. Lawrence.
Here is the first trailer for the big-screen adaptation of the Image Comics graphic novel. This collaboration between NAA and Caliber Media features an impressive cast including Cassidy, Buffy alums Michelle Trachtenberg & Eliza Dushku, Gina Gershon, & former adult film star Sasha Grey.
In a video interview with GMA, the "Queen of Sci-fi" reveals that she based Gamora's fighting style in Guardians Of The Galaxy on a Matador. We also have some images from her shoot with Women’s Health UK's "Naked Issue". And yes, she's naked, so pics might be a tad NSFW..
The Irish embargo on this lasted a bit longer than most other regions, but it's now lifted and I can tell you what I thought of Marvel's latest. Does Guardians Of The Galaxy deserve the praise that's been heaped upon it? I am Groot!
Luke Evans is gracing the cover of this month's Empire as Bard from the final Hobbit flick, but with Total Film it's all about the bloodsucker. See the Welshman armored up as the world's most famous vampire on the mag's retail and subscriber covers after the jump.
Deadline report that British Quantum Of Solace actor Simom Kassiandes has signed on to appear in the second season of the Marvel tv series as a (probable) villainous character called Bakshi, who seems to have been created for the show.
The Michael Bay produced Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot comes out in Australia on September 11th, and some found the international poster (which we've already seen) for the movie displaying that release date to be in bad taste.
Marvel's awesome space adventure flick is out in just three days but if you're determined to get a look at a few more snippets of new footage before heading off to the theater, click on to hear Bradley Cooper and Vin Diesel talk about their characters.
Recently Benedict Cumberbatch seemed to suggest that Simon Pegg may have a role in J.J. Abrams' currently shooting Star Wars movie. When quizzed about it, Pegg doesn't exactly deny it..but simply states that we won't be seeing his face up on the screen!
HBO has announced that the fourth season of their superb fantasy drama series is now available for pre-order. Check out the official press release which contains a list of special features etc, as well as the box art and details on how you can place your order.
Reilly -- who plays Nova Corps officer Rhomann Dey in James Gunn's Guardians Of The Galaxy -- appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman last night, and brought a clip with him that you will definitely not see in theatres when you go check out the Marvel movie.
In a SDCC interview with The Wrap, Sophie Turner teases Sansa Stark's Game Of Thrones arc for next season, revealing that she'll begin to "use her sexuality" to manipulate Littlefinger. Check out the video interview after the jump.
In another compilation vid from San Diego Comic-Con, USA Today ask some of the stars of Marvel's Avengers: Age Of Ultron (and Ant-Man's Corey Stoll) if they would consider themselves nerds, ie comic book geeks. Most of 'em do...now anyway!
SDCC always showcases the very best cosplay from around the world, and this year was no different. We could post about 10 articles full of awesome, weird, and wonderful outfits and still have room for more, so we've gathered together the highlights for you instead. Enjoy..
We're expecting the first teaser trailer later on, but for now thanks to our friends at Flicks and the City you can check out the full panel for Peter Jackson's final The Hobbit instalment, which was moderated by the incomparable Stephen Colbert.
Although Marvel's Daredevil series wasn't showcased in their tv panels over the weekend, we did get a few titbits from Joe Quesada during the live-blogged panel covering the 75th anniversary of Marvel comics and the 50th anniversary of the man without fear.
We're bound to get something official to this effect at some stage, but for now this simple (but effective) manip brings the three released images of Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman from Zack Snyder's follow up to Man Of Steel together.