One report insists that Black Panther will be the next Marvel character to receive a solo film, but another source shoots down the rumor. After 20 years in development hell, is it finally T’Challa’s turn on the big screen?
An IMDb listing for Metropolis offers fleeting hope that the frequently discussed Smallville spinoff could be a reality. However, the details don’t hold up to scrutiny.
Mandate Pictures reportedly wants the No Country for Old Men star to play the role of the kidnapped businessman in the remake that’s believed to combine elements of the South Korean movie and the original manga with entirely new material.
The actresses’ costume in The Dark Knight Rises is reportedly “more tactical,” resembling the design created a decade ago for DC Comics by artist Darwyn Cooke. The Christopher Nolan-directed film opens on July 20, 2012.
The studio is rumored to be abandoning plans for a sequel to the poorly received 2010 remake and will instead start fresh with an original film that has ties to the 1941 horror classic.
Ian McKellen confirms that Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch has joined the ensemble cast of The Hobbit, and adds fuel to speculation that the actor will play the movies’ fire-breathing antagonist.
Word emerged over the weekend that Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment are developing a film based on the winged, mace-wielding superhero. Or perhaps it’s merely re-emerging, as similar details surfaced almost a year and a half ago.
A new rumor suggests that a classic Marvel villain will join the god of mischief in his fight against Earth’s Mightiest Heroes in the Joss Whedon-directed Avengers. Warning: Potential spoilers!
In the days leading up to the series finale of Smallville, a surprising, and perhaps unlikely, rumor has surfaced that Marvel may have some interest in star Tom Welling.
As the Christopher Nolan-directed movie wraps up its location shoot in India, more images and possible story details leak from the Jodhpur set. Warning: Potential spoilers follow.
The first images leaked from the Jodhpur, India, set of the Christopher Nolan film show a green screen for a pool that just may be one of Ra’s al Ghul’s restorative chemical pits.
The ambitious project, which calls for a movie trilogy and interlocking television series, reportedly has encountered “budgetary complications” that are leading studio executives to rethink the adaptation of Stephen King’s fantasy epic.