While acknowledging “You never say never,” Nicolas Cage contends he’s finished making Ghost Rider movies, saying, “I’ve done what I had to do with that part.”
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Columbia Pictures announced the official start of filming on The Amazing Spider-Man 2 with the release of an official plot summary and the addition of Colm Feore in an unspecified role.
The 17-second teaser for Shane Black’s Iron Man 3 briefly shows the new suit in action, Gwenyth Paltrow in trouble and a first look at Ben Kingsley as the Mandarin and a new photo showcases Iron Patriot. The full trailer premieres Tuesday.
New photos from the Florida set of Iron Man 3 show the Extremis and Iron Patriot armors, as well as star Robert Downey Jr. as a carousing Tony Stark. Directed by Shane Black, the film opens May 3, 2013.
Co-director Anthony Russo dodges questions about the story and cast of Marvel’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier while confirming the sequel will at least borrow the “darker, edgier sensibility” of the acclaimed comics storyline of the same name.
Fox reportedly is searching for another actress to play the assassin Viper in The Wolverine after negotiations with Jessica Biel broke down.
One half of the powerhouse writing duo of Kurtzman and Orci, Alex Kurtzman talks about his upcoming projects The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Ender’s Game and Star Trek 2.
If there’s one thing that a quick look at the current state of television and movies will tell you, it’s that there’s not much need for original ideas when there’s so much out there ready and waiting to be adapted, updated or just outright ripped off. That’s why we’ve decided to help in that process with a series which offers up some of the things we’d like to see being brought to big screen or small. This week’s suggestion? Daredevil
A new still has been released of Chris Hemsworth and Chris Evans in The Avengers even as potential concept art emerges of the team’s trademark Quinjet.
Releasing trailers late in the game, keeping things under wraps as long as possible and staying out of the spotlight to let older siblings shine: Is it possible that Marvel’s Captain America: The First Avenger will turn out to be the model of the superhero movie that perfected promotion for the genre?
G4TV’s Attack of the Show has premiered a scene from the Madhouse-produced Wolverine anime series, which debuts later this year on the cable channel.
I’m just going to go ahead and say it: I think that Marvel’s Black Widow is the most important female super-hero out there right now. It’s not because of her powers, or because of her history, but because she’s looking like the most likely candidate for first female super-hero to get her own movie anytime soon, now that DC has seemingly relegated Wonder Woman to television. Is it just me, or is something wrong with this picture?