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New ‘Black Panther’ Posters Gather Almost Too Much Excellence In One Place Marvel Black Panther won’t arrive until February 16th, 2018, but the full trailer already has us psyched, and this new set of character posters give a closer look at the badass cast and the excellent costume design. There are returning villains, like Andy Serkis’ Klaw (now with a weird cannon hand), and a deluge of new heavy-hitters like evil strategic genius Erik Killmonger (Michael B.

First 'Justice League' Reactions Are In and They're Mixed, but Call It a Blast The social media embargo lifted on ‘Justice League’ today and reactions are mixed, but call the DCEU team-up loads of fun. Continue reading…

Jurassic World writer hired for Metal Gear Solid movie There are probably a few ways to get more work as a screenwriter in Hollywood, but the best way is to write a movie that goes on to earn $1.6 billion at the global box office and reinvigorate a dormant franchise. That will get you just about any job in the business, as is the case for writer Derek Connolly, who has been hired to kick-start yet another major franchise – METAL GEAR SOLID.... Read More...

'Black Panther' Cast Reveals Stunning Series of New Character Posters Now that Thor: Ragnarok is in theaters (and almost all of you have seen it, presumably), it’s time for Marvel fans to turn their attention to the MCU’s next installment: Black Panther. After a pair of thrilling trailers introduced us to the vibrant (and vibranium-packed) world of Wakanda, the cast of director Ryan Coogler’s upcoming superhero film has unveiled a series of new character posters, and they are quite stunning. Continue reading…

Report: Ben Affleck Got Along Well With Fellow Actors In Justice League Addressing parental concerns that actor Ben Affleck may be having trouble socializing at school, a new report from Access Hollywood reveals that the Justice League star has playing well with others, and is enjoying social interaction within his peer group. Speaking in a video interview with the show, Affleck talked about the filming. Affleck said: “Everybody got along and I think it comes across in the movie. You see the camaraderie of this group.

Taika Waititi Reveals an Alternate Post-Credits Scene for the Grandmaster Taika Waititi revealed that he initially filmed a credits scene with a bit more hopeful fate for the Grandmaster that had him and his bodyguard Topaz escaping on Thor’s giant spaceship with the rest of Asgard. Continue reading…

Wonder Woman ranked as best-reviewed superhero movie on Rotten Tomatoes We are living in a Golden Age of superhero movies – not because there are so many of them – but because many of them are actually terrific films. This year saw some of the best-reviewed superhero movies ever hitting the big screen, all the way from LOGAN to THOR: RAGNAROK. Now Rotten Tomatoes has updated their “50 Best Reviewed Superhero Movies,” and it turns out we... Read More...

J.K. Simmons Didn’t Know Who Zack Snyder Was Before Justice League Before being called in for a meeting about Justice League, J.K. Simmons didn’t know who Zack Snyder was. Having made a name for himself with action-heavy features like Dawn of the Dead, 300 and Watchmen, Snyder was given the keys to the DC Comics kingdom. He produced and directed Man of Steel and Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, establishing the cinematic franchise unofficially known as the DC Extended Universe. Simmons, of course, is no stranger to comic book movies, having appeared in all three installments of Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy as J.

‘Wonder Woman’ Producer Charles Roven to Receive PGA’s David O Selznick Award The Producers Guild of America (PGA) will honor Academy Award®-nominated and Golden Globe® winning producer Charles Roven with the 2018 David O. Selznick Achievement Award, the group announced Tuesday. Bestowed for Roven’s body of work in film, his career spans decades, with producing credits for Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy (including 2009’s “Dark Knight,” which was nominated for eight Academy Awards® and took home two); David O.

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