Actor Oscar Isaac was confirmed to join Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, and James McAvoy in the upcoming Bryan Singer film "X-Men; Apocalypse."
The 35-year-old "Inside Llewyn Davis" star will play the titular villain role in the forthcoming X-men sequel, according to Variety. For those who were able to catch it, the character was actually teased right in the end-credits of the film as a blue-skinned child regarded as the "first" mutant.
The news publication further detailed that Fox and director Bryan Singer had actually met several Hollywood names to take up the role. This includes "The Dark Knight Rises" villain actor Tom Hardy. more >>
Another piece of the puzzle has fallen into place. Just a few weeks ago, there were rumors indicating that "Breaking Bad" director and producer Michelle MacLaren was in talks to spearhead the making of Wonder Woman standalone film as part of the DC and Warner Bros.' shared movie universe.
Just recently, news has confirmed that MacLaren has officially signed on to not only direct, "but also formally develop the film," ScreenCrush reported.
MacLaren will be working close with writers to fully bring the iconic heroine to the big screen in her first solo movie. The well-known TV show helmer has officially penned the contract following months of meetings with Warner Bros, according to The Hollywood Reporter. more >>
For Captain America movie fans, they might have already known that the next sequel "Captain America: Civil War" will tackle on the conflict between two big Marvel heroes, Iron Man and Captain America, as they both make their stand in the Superhero Registration Act set by the government.
They might also have known that this movie will be the kickstarter for Marvel's Civil War storyline as part of its Cinematic Universe's third phase initiative.
Cast member-wise, it was also reported that Daniel Bruhl will take on a role in the film, although it hasn't been fully revealed yet who will he be playing. more >>
The trailer for "Jurassic World," another sequel in the dinosaur film franchise, was released Tuesday. The trailer is a prelude and a foreshadowing to all the running and screaming the cast will inevitably be doing during the movie.
The film will be starring Chris Pratt, as a scientist who conducts behavioral research on raptors. The trailer features Pratt saying what most people would say about scientists creating their own dinosaur. "You just went and made a new dinosaur? Probably not a good idea."
Following sequences are what one would most likely expect in a dinosaur film trailer: people screaming, running away from a "still-to-be-seen" dinosaur hybrid, and Pratt riding a motorbike alongside sprinting raptors. more >>
Preacher and Hollywood producer Devon Franklin recently spoke with The Christian Post about his marriage and how he and actress wife Megan Good came through a serious trial together.
In September, Good and several other celebrities, had their iClouds hacked and revealing photos stolen and leaked to the public.
Many criticized Good, wondering why she would pose for such photos and send them to her husband, a well-known pastor. The couple stayed relatively quiet on the topic, but Franklin spoke about the situation with The Christian Post this week. more >>
Kirk Cameron responded to low ratings of his latest film, "Saving Christmas," by 'blasting haters and atheists' on Friday.
"Keep storming! The gates of Rotten Tomatoes are falling! You are A M A Z I N G! You just drove the Rotten Tomato rating to an all-time high, soaring high of 94%! Now the haters and atheists are coming out of the woodwork, attempting to hammer your good work (they rallied to drop your rating super low)," Cameron posted on Facebook. "They are attempting, once again, to ruin Saving Christmas for everyone. Look at their language, vulgarity, and spirit of hate."
The actor and star of "Saving Christmas" decided to take to Facebook to address those who criticized his new film on Rotten Tomatoes. He previously went on Facebook to ask the public to help improve the rating of the film. more >>