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Superhero Bits: Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite Trailer, General Zod on Supergirl, Animated Spider-Man & More

Who is playing General Zod on this season of Supergirl? Which two villains combine to form one mega villain in the trailer for Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite? Has James Gunn told Chris Pratt the undiscovered easter egg in Guardians of the Galaxy? Will Barbara turn into Harley Quinn on Gotham? All that and more in […]

A Lot of HBO Shows Are NOT Leaving Amazon Prime in May [Updated]

Update: Amazon has informed The Verge that the labels were added erroneously and the HBO shows will not be leaving the streaming service. HBO’s streaming deal with Amazon has not expired. Our original story follows.   If you’re still in the middle of your The Sopranos binge on Amazon Prime, beware: it’s leaving the service in May. While […]

Shane Black’s ‘The Predator’ Will Use Practical Effects

The temptation to rely on CGI is huge these days, but director Shane Black is trying to buck that trend. For his take on The Predator, the fourth installment in the Predator franchise following Predator (1987), Predator 2 (1990), and Predators (2010), he will be revisiting the practical effects that made the first film so […]

Rumor: Sylvester Stallone Eyed to Lead ‘Starlight’ Film Adaptation

Back in 2014, we learned that screenwriter Gary Whitta (The Book of Eli, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story) had been tasked with penning the screenplay for a film adaptation of a six-issue Mark Millar comic called Starlight. Since then, things have been relatively quiet about the movie, but a new rumor states that 20th […]

Chris Pratt Thinks ‘Suicide Squad’ Tried to Introduce Too Many Characters, Too Soon

Though there are plenty of passionate fans who absolutely love the movies release in the DC Extended Universe so far, there are also plenty of viewers who have been disappointed with the recent offerings of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad, even fans who liked what director Zack Snyder did with Man […]

Michael Mann Will Produce and Direct Miniseries ‘Hue 1968’

Filmmaker Michael Mann is now working on an eight-to-10 hour long miniseries based on Mark Bowden‘s (Black Hawk Down) upcoming non-fiction novel, “Hue 1968: A Turning Point of the American War in Vietnam,” due out this June. Bowden, who spent five years writing his new book, recounts the Tet Offensive. Michael De Luca (The Social Network) is producing […]

‘Once Upon a Time in Venice’ Trailer: Bruce Willis Wants His Dog Back from Jason Momoa

It looks like Bruce Willis is on the verge of following in the footsteps of John Cusack and Nicolas Cage by starring in movies that no one sees or cares about. Did you see The Prince, Vice, Extraction, Precious Cargo or Marauders? Those are all real Bruce Willis movies released in the past few years […]

‘The Exception’ Trailer: Jai Courtney Stars in a Nazi Love Story

Maybe if I’d seen the Starz show Spartacus: War of the Damned, I’d be on board the Jai Courtney train. But aside from a halfway decent performance in the first Jack Reacher movie and the weirdness of his Captain Boomerang in Suicide Squad, I haven’t seen much from the guy that warrants his level of stardom. But maybe he’s […]

‘The Lion King’ Casts Billy Eichner and Seth Rogen as Timon and Pumbaa

Today, Walt Disney Pictures set release dates for a bunch of their movies coming to theaters over the next couple years, and that included their live-action remake of the modern animated classic The Lion King. Director Jon Favreau is tackling the project after remaking The Jungle Book for Disney last year with Donald Glover taking […]

Brie Larson Explains Why She Accepted the ‘Captain Marvel’ Role

Brie Larson broke out with a raw performance in Short Term 12 and has been firmly on the rise ever since. She won an Oscar for her devastating work in Room, appeared as the female lead in Kong: Skull Island and last weekend’s Free Fire, and is making her directorial debut with Unicorn Store. Not bad for a 27-year-old. […]