Could Booster Gold finally be having his bigger share of the spotlight? If the planned standalone movie feature about the time-traveling superhero pushes through, then the answer is a resounding yes.
Earlier, Heroic Hollywood cited an interview with Kevin Smith on the YouTube show "Fatman on Batman," where Zack Stentz shared that he is currently working on an undisclosed project with Greg Berlanti, Andrew Kreisberg and Sarah Schechter. According to the superhero-entertainment website, there is a big possibility that the project in reference is Booster Gold.
However, in a recent article of The Hollywood Reporter, Heroic Hollywood's speculation has finally been confirmed. In the article, Berlanti confirmed that he is attached to another DC and Warner Bros. project, and it is no less than Booster Gold's own big screen live action feature. more >>
The villain for the upcoming DC film "Justice League: Part One" may have been revealed.
Ever since the release of the latest DC Film "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice," fans have been anticipating the union of "Justice League." The film gave fans a first look into the iconic DC characters such as Aquaman, Wonder Woman, and The Flash. With that, there has been a lot of excitement regarding their assembly.
The previous film hinted that Darkseid will be the villain for the upcoming film. However, there have been new speculations on who will bring challenges for the group of superheros in "Justice League: Part One." According to Birth Movies Death, the upcoming film could feature an entirely different villain. more >>
Veteran actor Kurt Russell has finished filming for the upcoming Marvel sequel "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2," director James Gunn recently revealed via social media.
On Wednesday, May 11, Gunn announced the "Escape From L.A." star's last day on the set of "Vol. 2." "And that's a wrap on Kurt Russell on #GOTGVol2," the director tweeted. "A true talent and pleasure in every way. I will admit to a small tear in my eye."
Gunn, who also directed "Guardians of the Galaxy" (2014), posted a lengthier statement on Facebook about Russell's work on the sequel. "I'll admit I'm welling up a bit," he wrote. "It's not often your heroes are as awesome in person as you believed they were as a kid. A wonderful guy and incredible actor in every way. And he was nice to my Mom, Dad, and dog. I couldn't ask for anything more." more >>
Film/music producer and best-selling author Bishop T.D. Jakes will host a new syndicated self-titled daily talk show, TEGNA announced. "T.D. JAKES" is set to premiere in more than 50 U.S. markets on Sep. 12.
The one-hour show will feature original social media content and real personal stories with candid conversations. Jakes will be talking to celebrity and non-celebrity guests along with sharing words of wisdom.
"T.D. Jakes" will be filmed in front of a live studio audience in Los Angeles and will air weekdays in the afternoon across the country. The talk show will also employ social media platforms so audience members can engage with the show 24/7 through @tdjakesshow. more >>
Before he became a movie mogul, Tyler Perry was homeless. Reflecting back on his life's struggles during a commencement speech at Tuskegee University last weekend, the producer described how serving others in need changed his life.
"I had just moved to Atlanta to try to launch this play, so I went to work. I managed to save $12,000 and I put the show up ... I thought 1,200 people would show up that weekend but only 30 showed up. My car payment, rent, everything was tied up in it so I ended up homeless with no money and nothing to my name," Perry said, according to AJC.com.
Perry, who received an honorary doctorate degree from the historic Alabama university, shared his story of perseverance with the graduates and their families to provide a glimpse into what his life was like back in 1991 when he became homeless as he worked to make his dream of launching a play come true. more >>
Harold Cronk, the director behind the commercially successful "God's Not Dead" film and its newly released sequel, has announced that his next faith-based film will be titled "God Bless the Broken Road," about a young mother who loses her husband in the war in Afghanistan.
Deadline reported on Wednesday that the film is inspired by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band song title of the same name, and is set to be produced through Cronk's 10 West Productions, along with Great Basin Entertainment and A Really Good Home Pictures.
The plotline reads: "'God Bless the Broken Road' will tell the story of a young mother who loses her husband in Afghanistan and is struggling to raise their young daughter in his absence. The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band song (covered later successfully by Rascal Flatts) talks about finding true love after a lifetime of making the wrong decisions." more >>