Jeremy Renner, who plays Hawkeye in "Avengers: Age of Ultron," revealed some meaty details about the development taking place on his bow and arrow-wielding superhero. He also talked "new stuff" which fans will surely see in the upcoming installment.
"It's a lot of the stuff that Joss and I talked about to doing the first one, but it just didn't work out that way. It's really exciting for me and Joss to kinda dive into the character a little bit more," the 44-year-old actor told Screen Rant.
"There's some wonderful secrets and relationships deepen. Yeah, there's a lot more of him to deal with versus like, you know, the hypnotized version of him, you know," Renner continued. more >>
"Avengers: Age of Ultron" cast member Chris Evans, who plays Captain America in the Marvel superhero film, shared some insights about the development of his patriotic superhero character in the upcoming installment.
When asked about suiting up as Captain America, Evans said he was "very comfortable" after playing the role several times.
"You know, the first movie you're terrified," he told IGN. "The second one you're just intimidated because there's so many great people, but by Captain America 2 you really start hitting your stride and feeling like you're making some core progress with the character. And you get a little more comfortable speaking up when you have opinions." more >>
James Cameron's epic sci-fi movie "Avatar" will soon be followed by three more sequels, with "Avatar 2" scheduled to hit movie theaters by the year's end of 2016.
The action adventure science fiction epic Na'vi film, "Avatar," which grossed $2.7 billion in the box office, has scheduled a release of its first sequel, "Avatar 2" on December 2016, with two additional sequels planned for release in December 2017 and December 2018.
Three years after the first film, "Avatar 2" follows the lives of Jake (Sam Worthington) and Neytiri (Zoe Zaldana) as they explore Polyphemus' other moons. Dr. Grace Augustine (Sigourney Weaver), whose human body died in the first film, will be making a return appearance in all three of the sequels. more >>
The sequel to the 2004 Disney and Pixar Studio's "The Incredibles" is currently in development, and while no release date has yet been announced, news and spoilers have emerged online in the recent months.
"The Incredibles 2" remains the development stage, and with no word about the release date from Walt Disney Pictures and Pixar Animation Studios, fans have had to content themselves with a host of spoilers and plot details of the much anticipated animated superhero film that have made their around the Internet.
Brad Bird, who is returning to write and direct the sequel, has made no announcement of a release date, and even the cast of the second film still remains a mystery. more >>
Director James Gunn just released a teaser on social media revealing his favorite superhero will appear on "Guardians of the Galaxy 2" in 2017 amid rumors Al Pacino will be joining the cast for the sequel to the critically and commercially successful Marvel Studios film.
James Gunn, who directed the runaway Marvel Comics-based "Guardians of the Galaxy" hit last year has enthusiastically revealed his favorite superhero will be introduced in the sequel, "Guardians of the Galaxy 2" to be released on May 5, 2017.
This disclosure in reply to a follower's question appeared on Gunn's Twitter feed Tuesday while rumors were circulating Oscar winner, Al Pacino may be cast in the sequel, leading fans to ask whether "The Devil's Advocate" star will be playing Star Lord's biological father. more >>
Last year's "The LEGO Movie" was definitely a surprise hit as fans still can't get enough of Emmett, Wyld Style, and Batman. Though the movie failed to get an Oscar nomination for Best Animated Film, everyone agrees that the film is brilliant and deserves a sequel.
"The LEGO Movie 2" has been confirmed, and so is the spin-off, "The LEGO Batman Movie" featuring Will Arnett's take on the Caped Crusader. In the first LEGO movie, Batman revealed that he dabbles in music and even gave Emmett and Wyld Style a sample of his musical prowess. Now, it has been confirmed that fans can look forward to more of Batman's singing in the forthcoming LEGO Batman movie.
The writing and directing team of Chris Miller and Phil Lord took part in an online Q&A session over the weekend, and it was during that time that a Reddit user asked them if there was any chance of possibly seeing "The LEGO Batman Movie" as a musical, paying off the "Untitled Self-Portrait" song that was sung by Arnett in 'The LEGO Movie'. Miller and Lord said that the film won't actually be a musical, but they revealed a nugget of information sure to delight fans. more >>