In a genius bit of casting by Paramount Pictures and director Alan Taylor, Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke is now officially on board to play 'Sarah Connor' in the upcoming fifth instalment of the franchise which is apparently titled Terminator: Genesis. Check it out!
Starlight is a new Image Comics series from Mark Millar and Goran Parlov which focuses on a retired superhero who is called into action one last time. According to a recent report, 20th Century Fox are set to pick up the movie rights and are planning on moving ahead with a big screen adaptation!
With the trailer confirming and hinting at several major characters, many wondered who or what else SONY could throw in to "The Amazing Spider-Man 2." Well, if a toy series is anything to go by, we might have one more character popping up!
It was announced last week that Disney had bough the distribution rights to future Indiana Jones movies, but Alan Horn has now revealed that it will be at least another few years until a fifth instalment of the franchise is released. We also have an update on Star Wars Episode VII and its spin-offs.
Recently, each issue of Geoff Johns' Justice League has given a member of The Crime Syndicate the spotlight. In this first look at issue #26 (which features artwork from Ivas Reis), the artificial intelligence known as the Grid is shown making his own plans for Earth.
Come check out four new international posters for the samurai-fantasy-adventure,47 Ronin. They feature Keanu Reeves posing with four of his co-stars. The film marks Carl Rinsch's directorial debut.
Filming may not start until next year, but yet another location has been revealed not only in Georgia, but also San Francisco, for Marvel and Edgar Wright's Ant-Man movie. Check it out after the jump!
The one time frontrunner for the new Batman offers more insight.
On a mission to recover Damian's body from Ra's al Ghul, Batman bumps into Aquaman along the way. Read on for the first details as well as other solicits for March 2014 that I feel warrant your attention.
It's finally here! Peter Jackson's The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug opened in North America last night, and an impressive $8.8 million debut means that the sequel to 2012's The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey now has the second largest December midnight opening of all-time!
Hit the jump to check out some brand new The Amazing Spider-Man 2 footage in this international cut. It begins with a great scene between Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) and Aunt May (Sally Field).
Spider-Woman and the Hulk -- Team Sad! -- are Back in Black… and red. And yellow. And purple and green. A lot of green. Speaking of green… Spider-Girl follows in the footsteps of her investigative reporter Dad and follows the money. Hit the jump to Check it Out!
Four New Character posters have hit for Reinhard Klooss' upcoming motion capture animated reboot, Tarzan 3D, featuring Tarzan, Jane Foster... Sorry... Jane Porter, and a couple of CGI-crazed Apes. Anyway, Hit the Jump and Check them out!
If Skynet ever makes these fellas self aware we're in trouble! Take a look at NASA's new 6 foot 2 inch tall humanoid robot, which bears a resemblance to a certain Marvel superhero -- there's even a glowing NASA logo on its chest!
As the team finally make contact with Nightcrawler, Azazel and his troops force Hank McCoy to let his animal side take over and the results are not pretty. Check out an unlettered preview of January's issue of Amazing X-Men after the jump.
Hit the jump to check out some cool Batman: Arkham Origins character designs for Slade Wilson (AKA Deathstroke), Lady Shiva (AKA Sandra Woosan) and Killer Croc (AKA Waylon Jones).
Hit the jump to check out a new one-minute clip from the samurai-fantasy-adventure, 47 Ronin. Come see a bunch of guys that should of listened to Keanu Reeves' advice, "Don't draw your weapon."
Following the shocking events of "Superior Six", the "Superior" Spider-Man finds himself wondering whether he's on the right path...however, he doesn't have too long to worry about that before coming to blows with Namor The Sub-Mariner! Hit the jump for a first look at Superior Spider-Man Team-Up #8.
Imgoen Poots (Centurion, Filth) discusses co-starring with Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad) in director Scott Waugh's (Acts of Valor) adaptation of the racing video game, Need for Speed.
Could Arrow's Roy Harper bypass suiting up as Speedy and jump straight to Arsenal? Colton Haynes weighs in. "..I've seen the costumes for all of the possibilities, whether it be Red Arrow, Speedy or Arsenal..."