Movies

Joss Whedon expresses interest in Black Widow solo film

Although The Avengers was wildly successful, both critically and commercially, its follow-up, Avengers: Age of Ultron, couldn’t quite live up to it’s predecessor. Joss Whedon, director of both films, has

SDCC 2016: New Kong: Skull Island trailer shakes Comic-Con

Yesterday during the Warner Bros. presentation at Hall-H, the first full trailer for the upcoming King Kong film was released. The new trailer gave an in-depth look at the film’s

SDCC 2016: New Fantastic Beasts trailer is quite illuminating

Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con this year was filled with magic, and I’m not talking about love in the air. With the entire audience of 7,000+ each armed with

SDCC 2016: First King Arthur: Legend of the Sword trailer released

Hall H is known for showcasing the latest and greatest trailers at San Diego Comic-Con, and Warner Bros. definitely didn’t let the people down. DC and Marvel are normally the

SDCC 2016: Warner Bros. releases new hilarious trailer for ‘The LEGO Batman Movie’

The LEGO Batman Movie is shaping up quite nicely from what we’ve seen with the teasers that were released back in March (teaser 1, teaser 2). During the Warner Bros.

SDCC 2016: Warner Brothers continues the hype with Justice League trailer

Continuing the DC hype train, Warner Bros and Zack Synder gave everyone at Comic-Con a look at the first footage of the Justice League film scheduled to hit next year.

SDCC 2016: Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman kicks a lot of ass in her first trailer

Hold on to your lassos, Warner Bros just dropped the first trailer during Comic-Con 2016 for the upcoming Wonder Woman adaptation. We had a brief look of Gal Gadot’s badass

Batman v Superman gets an Honest Trailer

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice has received flak from critics and mixed reactions from fans. Now it’s time for Honest Trailers to take a crack at the Warner Bros’

All three Rurouni Kenshin live-action movies are coming to U.S. theaters

All three live-action Rurouni Kenshin films will be released by Funimation in select theaters beginning in August in Japanese with English subtitles. Beginning on August 8th until the 10th will

Roger Craig Smith talks about Sonic, the Assassin’s Creed movie, and his role as Batman

Roger Craig Smith is a man of many voices. Some of those voices include the voice of Sonic the Hedgehog in 2010, Ezio Auditore da Firenze from Assassin’s Creed, Thomas the Goat in

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition – Blu-ray Review

When Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice finally released in theaters back in March, the reviews were less than stellar (our review). Rightfully so as the film was both sloppy

New trailer and poster for The Magnificent Seven released

Sony Pictures has released a new trailer and poster for The Magnificent 7 remake from director Antoine Fuqua. In the trailer we get a glimpse of how Sam Chisolm (Denzel

T.J. Miller joins cast of emoji movie

It’s hard to believe, but the movie about emojis that was announced last year is still becoming an actual movie. What’s more, to celebrate World Emoji Day, something that’s a

Netflix scores international rights to new CBS Star Trek series

CBS All Access is bringing us a new Star Trek series and Netflix has just signed a deal with CBS Studios for worldwide rights to the new show according to

Ryan Reynolds signs hundreds of Deadpool DVDs to be given at SDCC

Ryan Renolds released in a tweet today that he signed hundreds of Deadpool DVDs that will be given out at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. UPDATED: To get one of these,

Paramount announces plans for fourth Star Trek film

On the heels of Star Trek Beyond’s positive reviews, Paramount Pictures, Skydance, and Bad Robot have officially announced that there will be a fourth Star Trek film. J.D. Payne and Patrick

Star Wars: Episode VIII story to start right after events of previous film

For those who thought Star Wars: The Force Awakens followed the original film a little too closely, you’ll be happy to know that Star Wars: Episode VIII will do something

Alden Ehrenreich officially announced as Han Solo during Star Wars Celebration

Today Star Wars Celebration Europe held a Future Filmmaker Panel including Lucasfilm’s Kathleen Kennedy (Producer) and Kiri Hart (Senior Vice President of Development), who were joined by director Rian Johnson (Star

Star Trek Beyond’s cast and crew addresses Sulu’s sexuality

With the release of Star Trek Beyond next week, there has been discussions about the decision to change Sulu’s sexuality in the new film to pay homage to George Takei,

King Kong in Kong: Skull Island is going to be the biggest yet, says director

(Photo credit: Chuck Zlotnick) King Kong has captivated audiences throughout his cinematic history since the first iconic King Kong movie in 1933. We’re used to the giant ape having a