Up-and-coming Aussie actress Courtney Eaton will join Gerard Butler, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Brenton Thwaites and Geoffrey Rush in Summit's fantasy adventure story in the female lead role of 'Zaya'. Read on for more details.
It's that time of the year again when we give you all of the CBMs that made us cheer, and made us jeer..and then sit back and wait for the inevitable backlash! Read on for the 5 comic book flicks that I considered to be the best of 2013.
Although the trailer for Christopher Nolan's mysterious sci-fi flick will be with us in a couple of days, we still haven't seen anything official by way of promotion for the movie..until now. There's also about 12 seconds of bootlegged footage from said trailer, should you be interested.
Earlier on we revealed that the Prison Break actor would play the Clock King in Arrow, now it seems he'll also appear in the third and fourth Hunger Games movies as a character that was not in the book, 'Antonius'.
Another DC Comics villain will be making an appearance in the CW show, as TV Line reports that Prison Break alum Robert Knepper will debut in the 14th episode of Arrow season 2 as William Tockman, aka the Clock King. Read on for more.
In a video interview with Total Film, Jackson, Evangeline Lilly, Richard Armitage, Martin Freeman, Luke Evans and Benedict Cumberbatch discuss what they think fans will be most excited to see in the third and final Hobbit movie. Major SPOILERS for anyone who hasn't read the book.
Yep, it seems that really is the title they're going with. Anyway, Aussie actor Jason Clarke (Lawless, Zero Dark Thirty) is in negotiations to play the lead role of resistance leader John Connor in Alan Taylor's new Terminator flick. Read on for more.
The Screen Actors Guild Award nominations have been announced, and we have a few CBM related contenders. Sandra Bullock picked up an Outstanding Performance nom for Gravity, Peter Dinklage for Game Of Thrones, and The Wolverine is up for a stunt award.
We'll take Lex Luthor as a given, but which other DC Comics villain do you think Supes, Bats, Wonder Woman (and whoever else shows up) will have to face in Zack Snyder's follow up to Man Of Steel? Sound off after the jump.
The World's End director has been notoriously tight lipped when it comes to his big-screen take on the diminutive Marvel superhero, and that continues in a chat with SFX. However, he does comment on having to "entertain in a different way" with the movie, as well as the level of comedy we can expect.
According to The Tracking Board, the likes of Noah Silver (The Borgias), Ben Winchell (Necessary Roughness), and Skyler Day (Parenthood) are in the running for lead roles in the big screen Max Steel movie. Read on to find out who else is being looked at.
Does Peter Jackson's middle Hobbit flick suffer from "second movie syndrome", or will it silence those not convinced by An Unexpected Journey? Read on for my take, with some well signposted SPOILERS.
SFX's latest cover features the all new, all black version of "the future of law enforcement", Robocop. The image is a variation on one we've seen previously, but we also have some new quotes from Joel Kinnaman, who will play Alex Murphy in the movie.
You've all seen the trailer by now I'm sure, but we've come across the following high quality screen grabs which slow down the action and give us a much better look at the Green Goblin, Rhino, Electro, and also a few other mysterious characters.
Gareth Evans' sequel to his superb action flick will be ready to screen at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival in January, and to celebrate this a brand new still from the movie has been released. See "Hammer Girl" in action after the jump.