After the successful release of "X-Men: Days of Future Past," fans were curious to see how the "X-Men" world was going to progress.
According to Cinema Blend, "X-Men: Days of Future Past" reset the storyline for the world of "X-Men" after it presented an situation that left the "X-Men" surrounded by Sentinels.
With the reset, new actors were brought into the franchise, portraying younger versions of the well known characters. This created a lot of anticipation for "X-Men: Apocalpse," since fans were looking to see how the new portrayal of the characters will tun out. more >>
After the departure of Daniel Craig from the "James Bond" franchise, there has been talk of a new "James Bond" in the near future.
It was reported that "Spectre" was to be Craig's last movie as the iconic James Bond. Though he is leaving, the franchise is expected to continue the James Bond legacy.
With that, there has been a lot of speculation on who the new Bond will be. Though the role has yet to be confirmed, fans believe that the upcoming role will be portrayed by fan favorite actor Tom Hiddleston, as per Business Insider. However, recent news hinted that the popular character will not be played by Hiddleston. more >>
With summer fast approaching, some new releases of movies and series to the Netflix line up in June 2016 will bring the binge-watching levels to the max.
The streaming service is expected to release some new movies and series this coming month. However, there will also be some content that will be taken out of Netflix. Jim Mickle's thriller film, "Cold In July" will be released this week, which will give fans a look at the story of revenge. The film will star Michael C. Hall whose character will try to do the righteous act for his son.
Along with "Cold in July," a documentary called "Tab Hunter Confidential" will also be available for viewing this week. It will tell the story of Tab Hunter and how Hollywood was during his time of fame. Later this June, the Oscar Winner for best picture "Spotlight" will be available on the streaming network. The movie is centered on the Boston Globe reporters' pursuit for the truth behind the Catholic Church sex scandal. more >>
While "Captain America: Civil War" is still making box office records, it seems that the actor, Chris Evans, is ready to appear in the future movies of Marvel.
During an interview with MTV, the actor was asked if he sees himself fighting bad guys among the ranks of Star Lord, Drax, Gamora, of for short the Guardians of the Galaxy. Evans answered, "Guardians would be fun, wouldn't it? But it's very outer spacey. Cap's more of an Earth-bound guy."
Basing on the answers that he has given, it may seem that he wants to appear with the friendly neighborhood spider-man instead. He also commented, "Maybe the next Spider-Man. Those are going to be fantastic and I think Tom's just a great actor, so that might be a fun one to pop into." more >>
Fans of the classic superheroes "The Power Rangers" will be happy to know that the future looks bright for the franchise.
It was previously announced that the "The Power Rangers" will be making their return to the big screens once again. The project is under Lionsgate, who is expected to bring a modern twist to the old-school superheroes.
The film will be directed by Dean Israelite and will star Ludi Lin as the Black Ranger, Becky G. as the Yellow Ranger, Naomi Scott as the Pink Ranger, R.J. Cyler as the Blue Ranger, and Dacre Montgomery as the Red Ranger. "The Power Rangers" will tell the origin story of the Might Morphin Power Rangers. more >>
Disney is expected to bring another one of its classic animated movies to the big screens.
Fans have been revisiting their favorite Disney classics with recently released live action adaptations. It seems as though Disney is not planning to stop the trend as it was teased that the executives are thinking of bringing "The Little Mermaid" to theaters.