Micheal K Williams (Boardwalk Empire, The Wire,) is in negotiation for roles in two upcoming Hollywood franchises: “Sony’s “Ghostbusters” and New Regency’s “Assassin’s Creed.”
As we know a couple days ago, a leaked gif of a character bio for a Superman game was leaked. While it's possible it could be fan made, now concept art for a WB Games Montreal Superman game has leaked showing of Superman and Brainiac. Click to check it out.
Only ten or so days remain before Marvel's Ant-Man finally opens worldwide! Even though, we've probably seen 50 or more TV spots by now, with Ant-Man's embargo expected to end tomorrow, Marvel has gone ahead and released two critics TV spots that may be worth a watch!
The acclaimed duo of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo continue their run on the Caped Crusader, with Jim Gordon continuing to embody his new role as Gotham's Dark Knight... and gaining a new toy while he's at it. Hit the jump to check out a preview of this week's Batman #42.
Another neat new TV spot from Fox's upcoming Fantastic Four has been released featuring more snippets of great new footage! The spot starts off with a quick look at Reed Richards' childhood before giving us a sneak peek at the super-powered family in action! Come check it out!
Unfortunately, he's not in his Baron Zemo threads and mask, but Spanish-German actor Daniel Brühl has finally been spotted on the set of Captain America: Civil War in Atlanta, Georgia. Check it out!
After featuring as a supporting character in the Arkham saga, Barbara Gordon will finally get the spotlight in all-new story DLC. Check out some fresh tidbits on the expansion, including a new Gotham environment, Batgirl's tech skills and Harley Quinn suiting up in her classic attire...
Writer/artist Bryan Hitch kicked off his epic 'widescreen' take on the Justice League of America last month, and this week sees the arrival of the second action-packed chapter. Check out a preview of JLA #2 after the jump, as Superman comes face-to-face with Earth's new saviour...
Marvel not showing up has made this year's Comic-Con feel more than a little underwhelming, but it's now been revealed that the Star Wars: The Force Awakens panel won't feature any new footage from the movie. In fact, we're going to be waiting some time for the next trailer...
With a SPOILER WARNING, hit the jump and check out what Ant-Man director Peyton Reed says he brought to the upcoming Marvel movie, as well as what remained from Edgar Wright's script(s).