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Daniel H. Wilson has an update on Steven Spielberg's Robopocalypse Steven Spielberg is well-known for taking a lot of time with many of his projects and ROBOPOCALYPSE is clearly no exception. We have been hearing about the movie, anxiously waiting for it to come to fruition for years. The adaptation of the Daniel H. Wilson sci-fi novel at one point had Chris Hemsworth set to star with Anne Hathaway and Ben Whishaw. Drew Goddard was even writing the screenplay until spring of 2013 when... Read More...

New TERMINATOR: GENISYS Images Featuring Emilia Clarke and Arnold Schwarzenegger; Plus Additional Plot Details You thought that description of Sarah Connor (Emilia Clarke) and the EW cover featuring Matt Smith and Jason Clarke being photo-bombed by a grinning Terminator were head-scratchers?  Just wait until you see some of the latest images from Terminator: Genisys.  EW just unveiled some new character artwork and the shots feature heavy weaponry and a whole lot of yelling. Hit the jump to check out those new Terminator: Genisys images as well as some additional plot information.  The film opens July 1, 2015 and also stars Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jai Courtney, J.K.

First Look at TERMINATOR: GENYSIS Provides Images of the Characters Plus Plot Details; Sarah Connor “Orphaned by a Terminator” The Terminator franchise has now been going for thirty years, and it's going to need a reboot of sorts if it plans to stay alive.  Personally, I'd be fine letting lay fallow or never coming back to it again since every sequel diminishes the ending of T2 ("We might have saved the world!"; "Nope.  No you didn't.  In no way what so ever.")  But as the cover of EW proclaims, Terminator: Genisys (spelling is for nerds) is trying to "save a billion-dollar franchise."  And how do you go about that?  With a character description that will have you scratching your head. Hit the jump to learn more ab

Meet The Man Who'll Play Marvel's BLACK PANTHER, Chadwick Boseman Marvel's surprise announcement that Chadwick Boseman would be playing T'Challa on the big screen seemed to come out of nowhere, but for those that keep up to date with the CBM rumor mill, it won't have been the first time they heard his name mentioned in connection with the role. Credit where it's due, Latino Review were the first to report on Marvel's interest in casting Boseman as Black Panther all the way back in May of last year when they claimed the actor was at the top of a "very short" shortlist.

Why The World Needs ‘Captain Marvel’ Right Now Marvel Smack in the middle of yesterday’s massive Marvel announcement — so many movies! like, more movies than we expected to be getting! — came the news that the comic book behemoth is finally bringing one of their beloved superheroines to the big screen in her very own movie. Both Marvel and DC have long been the subject of speculation and derision over their lack of diversity in their features, and that seems to be changing in a big way.

Box Office: Ouija Opens to Almost $20 Million As expected Ouija debuted in first place with a solid start (for the genre) while John Wick wasn’t bad either in 2nd, fueled by great word of mouth and even better reviews. Ouija scared up an ok $19.9 million over its opening weekend, which was more than enough to land on the top spot in […] Read Box Office: Ouija Opens to Almost $20 Million on Filmonic.

Benedict Cumberbatch Is DOCTOR STRANGE. What Say You? So, the news is short and sweet: According to Deadline, Benedict Cumberbatch has emerged victorious from the Doctor Strange sweepstakes and will take the title role in the Scott Derrickson directed film for Marvel Studios. Having never picked up one of the comics in my life I have absolutely zero opinion on this but am curious what those of you who know the character think. So have it. And if I were to pick up the books is there a particularly good place to start?... [Read the whole post on]

Confirmed: The Avengers Roster is Different at End of 'Age of Ultron' Back towards the end of August, we learned that there might be some changes made to the roster of The Avengers at the conclusion of next summer's sequel The Avengers: Age of Ultron (watch the teaser trailer right here). Reportedly, that's because Marvel wants to have a different team in place so that some of the contracted members of the original assembly of heroes still have a movie left in their contract for something else coming down the road the the comic book studio's cinematic universe.

Weekend Box Office Wrap Up: October 26th, 2014 It was horror versus Keanu at the box office this weekend, with both turning out decent debuts. In at number 1 is Ouija (read our review) with $20 million. That’s the second best opening of the year for a horror film, behind Annabelle‘s $37 million earlier this month. Although few expected they would ever see a movie based on the concept, Ouija did fairly well with younger viewers. It should also hold stronger than most thanks to the upcoming Halloween weekend. The number 2 film this weekend is John Wick (read our review) with $14.1 million.

'Ouija' Haunts Top Spot on Friday with $8.3 Million On a somewhat quiet Friday at the box office, supernatural horror flick Ouija took first place ahead of Keanu Reeves action movie John Wick.Meanwhile, Bill Murray's St. Vincent did decent business in its nationwide expansion.Opening at 2,858 theaters, Ouija earned an estimated $8.3 million on Friday. That's a far cry from Annabelle's $15.5 million, but is above recent October horror movies Sinister ($7.4 million) and Carrie ($6.5 million). If Ouija holds like those three movies, it will win...

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