The "Avengers: Infinity War" movies are planned for a back-to-back shoot, Chris Evans said in an interview.
Marvel Cinematic Universe's 18th and 21st films, "Avengers: Infinity Wars," which have been split into two movies, will be shot within a span of nine months, Captain America, Chris Evans told Esquire.
The back-to-back filming is scheduled for the last quarter of 2016 for the two films set to hit theaters in May 4, 2018 and May 3, 2019. more >>
Reports have emerged "Avengers: Age of Ultron" will have an extended version depicting an alternate ending to the film.
Blue-ray and DVD released of "Avengers: Age of Ultron" will have an alternate version of the film's ending, featuring extended footage that won't be shown in theaters when it opens May 1.
ScreenCrush reports an email from Amazon.co.uk sent to a number of customers encouraging pre-orders of the "Avengers: Age of Ultron" DVD and Blue-ray discs, have stated there will be "an extended version and alternate ending" for the film. more >>
Lifetime is making an unauthorized movie for "Full House" to follow its "Unauthorized Saved By The Bell," presentation.
After its "Unauthorized Saved By The Bell Story," The Lifetime Channel has moved to make the "Unauthorized Full House Story," the working title for its new project.
The cable network has already greenlit production for the sitcom adaptation, and will take a closer look at how the cast for one of television's most beloved family series rose to fame, and how they handled the pressure of maintaining a perfect family life on the comedy show while dealing with their real one outside it. more >>
Speculations have been rising AMC's "The Walking Dead" could become a movie, with its lead actor looking toward a big screen adaptation.
"The Walking Dead" actor, Andrew Lincoln has sounded off his hopes for a movie adaptation of the popular AMC show after news Universal Pictures and Skybound Entertainment signed an agreement together.
Rumors of a "The Walking Dead" movie stirred fans of the show after its creator, Robert Kirkman inked a two-year contract for a first-look deal with Universal Pictures. Kirkman's own production company, Skybound Entertanment includes shows like "Outcast," "Invincible," and "The Walking Dead." more >>
Lionsgate has plans to keep "The Hunger Games" franchise alive even after "Mockingjay 2" ends, changing the plot to accommodate sequels or prequels.
Long standing rumors Lionsgate would be pursuing an extended "The Hunger Games" franchise has been confirmed by a Den of Geek report, detailing the studio's plans to deviate from the books' plot to open the way for sequels and prequels.
With the studio's decision to split the final installment into two separate films, the plot for "Hunger Games: Mockingjay 2" may be tweaked to make room for what is speculated to be a prequel on the story of the global war that lead to the creation of the Districts. more >>
Marvel's "Captain America: Civil War's" villain has just been revealed in the person of actor Daniel Bruhl, who will be playing Baron Zemo in the movie.
Spanish-German actor Daniel Bruhl has confirmed he will be playing the hooded villain, Baron Zemo in the 13th installment of Marvel Cinematic Universe, "Captain America: Civil War" scheduled to be released in theaters May 6, 2016.
The 36-year-old actor, who recently starred in "The Face of an Angel," based on the real-life story of accused and acquitted murderer, Amanda Knox, has also had roles in "Rush," and "Inglorious Basterds." more >>