Earth could now have its new band of defenders when Marvel's Cinematic Universe progresses to Phase 3.
A new heap of rumors perpetrated by The Latino Review pointed out to a whole new cast of characters joining the Avengers, and Spider-Man might be one of them.
Avid readers of the Marvel comics could easily say about the fate of some the superhero team's key players. Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) is set to appear in "Captain America: Civil War" and spoiler reports (based on the comic book canon) indicated that this movie will see the demise of the super soldier. more >>
Another "Frozen 2" rumor has sprung up early this year and a big Hollywood name is already attached to play a role in the alleged sequel. Some Disney officials are rooting for the "Hunger Games" star Jennifer Lawrence to play a part in a purported second installment of its widely-popular animation film.
"Jen's husky rendition of 'The Hanging Tree' in Mockingjay Part 1 surprised everyone," a person in the know told OK! magazine. "Now execs [at Disney] think she could be the new Kristen Bell."
As if the thought of having yet another "Frozen" movie is already sensational enough, getting the "American Hustle" actress on board will surely amped up the excitement. more >>
"Selma," the moving biopic on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., earned two bids at this year's Academy Awards, but the talented cast were noticeably absent from the ballot.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced 2015's contenders on Thursday with "Selma" up for both "Best Picture" and "Best Original Song." Despite the film's countless accolades, British-born actor David Oyelowo who portrayed Dr. King in the film and director Ava DuVernay were not among the nominees in their respective categories.
In an unusual turn of events, Oyelowo's role as Dr. King went unnoticed at the Oscars on the same day as his character's birthday – Jan. 15. Dr. King would have been 86-years-old today. Ahead of the Oscars snub, Oyelowo told The Christian Post that his portrayal of Dr. King in "Selma" had already proved satisfactory through countless other reviews and awards. more >>
Family Christian Stores is expanding their non-profit business into the entertainment industry this year, starting with the film "90 Minutes In Heaven."
Family Christian Entertainment, the new sister company of FCS, will produce two new films a year in order to generate more faith-based films while also increasing the quality of the entertainment. Rick Jackson, the entrepreneur behind FCS, said that the new entertainment company will specifically cater to Christian audiences and become a leading film studio similar to Walt Disney Pictures.
"We are not on a mission to teach Hollywood a lesson, I don't care about that," Jackson told The Christian Post. "What I am interested in doing is speaking to this audience in professional way and create a platform; we'd almost like to be the Disney of this space." more >>
The British Razzie nominees have been announced, and Kirk Cameron, along with his film "Saving Christmas" has been nominated for six awards.
"Saving Christmas" and Cameron received nominations in the following categories: Worst Picture and Worst Screenplay, Worst Actor, Worst Supporting Actress (Brigitte Ridenour), Worst Director (Darren Doane) and Worst Screen Combo (Kirk Cameron and his ego). The film tied with "The Legend of Hercules" and came in second for most nominations; "Transformers: Age of Extinction" took the lead with seven nominations.
The documentary about the history of Christmas, as told by Cameron, received a great deal of criticism from the public. It was voted the worst-ever film on IMDB in Dec, but Cameron championed the movie and encouraged viewers and his followers to see the film and "save Christmas." He used social media to try and improve the film's low rating at Rotten Tomatoes. more >>
The tension is building even higher on the hit TV drama series "Revenge" as it progresses to the second half of its 4th season this year.
Fans were wondering how will the two central characters in the show Emily (Emily Thorne) and Victoria (Madeline Stowe) manage to break free from the clutches of their vengeful enemy Malcolm Black (Tommy Flanagan) who abducted them back in "Madness."
A recently released video promo for Episode 13 titled "Abduction" showed Emily and Victoria in their dire situation. more >>