Jessica Alba's New Swimsuit Photoshoot Will Make You Wish FANTASTIC FOUR Had Never Been Rebooted
Kate Mara (House of Cards) played Sue Storm in last year's Fantastic Four reboot, but the role belonged to Jessica Alba in the first two movies. This new photoshoot will make you wish she'd starred in a third...
Get Through The Slow News Day With FANTASTIC FOUR Star Jessica Alba's SELF Magazine Shoot
It's been a slow news week, so to bide your time during this calm before the hopeful storm, come check out former Fantastic Four & Sin City star Jessica Alba's latest photoshoot with SELF Magazine. The 34-year-old actress sure has come a long way since her days of turning invisible.
SAN ANDREAS' Carla Gugino Has Her Sights Set On A DC Role
Technically she already played a DC character in Watchmen of course, but that wasn't a part of the new DC Cinematic Universe. Gugino says she'd "do any movie with Zack Snyder", and is anxious to play another superhero... she just has to figure out which one! Click on for more...
FANTASTIC FOUR And SIN CITY Star Jessica Alba Strips Off For Shape Magazine Photoshoot
Later this year, Kate Mara (House of Cards) will take over as Sue Storm/The Invisible Woman in a reboot of the Fantastic Four franchise, but let's not forget the original! In this smoking hot photoshoot, Sin City Jessica Alba will make you wish she was reprising the role...
300 And SIN CITY Star Eva Green Looks Red Hot In New Calendar Photoshoot
300: Rise of an Empire and Sin City: A Dame to Kill For star Eva Green looks red hot (literally) in this photoshoot for the 2015 Campari calendar, and we have the full gallery for you right here! The actress also comments on the lack of female roles in Hollywood. Captain Marvel, anyone?
Legendary Actor Stacy Keach On SIN CITY 2 Flopping, Praises GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY
The legendary Batman: Mask of Phantasm voice actor chimes in on whether or not the current obsession with comic book and graphic novel adaptations will fizzle out, or if CBM's are here to stay. Find out what he has to say on the matter after the jump.