The Flash (Ezra Miller) could be joined by another Justice League superhero in his upcoming stand-alone feature film.
According to executive producer Deborah Snyder, Cyborg (Ray Fisher), who was introduced in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" along with the rest of the Justice League, could show up in 2018's "The Flash."
Cliff Curtis used to be recognized for the villainous characters he played in movies, but now, people are recognizing him for his portrayal of Jesus Christ.
The 47-year-old actor from New Zealand starred as Jesus in "Risen" earlier this year, which tells a story about the events that took place after the Messiah's resurrection. The film is told from the perspective of a fictional Roman military official named Clavius who is charged with the task of disproving the fact that Jesus actually did rise from the dead.
While a number of people recognize him as a gangster named Smiley from the 2001 film "Training Day," or drug dealer Pablo Escobar from "Blow," Curtis has now received recognition for playing the son of God. more >>
"God's Not Dead 2" had an impressive opening weekend despite going toe-to-toe with "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice," and "My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2."
In its opening weekend "God's Not Dead 2" earned an estimated $8 million taking the fourth spot at the box office, according to boxofficemojo.com.
While it didn't match or surpass the $9.2 million opening weekend of its predecessor "God's Not Dead" released back in 2014, it still landed in the top five despite going toe-to-toe with major Hollywood heavy hitters. more >>
Fans hoping to see the comic book relationship between Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and the Vision (Paul Bettany) play out in "Captain America: Civil War" will not be disappointed, Olsen has confirmed.
During a recent press junket for her upcoming film "I Saw the Light," Olsen, who made her Marvel Cinematic Universe debut in 2015's "Avengers: Age of Ultron," spoke to Entertainment Tonight about returning as Scarlet Witch in the much-anticipated Marvel superhero spectacle.
"You learn a little bit more about what connects [Scarlet and Vision] in this film," the actress told ET. "And I think there's some really sweet moments between Paul and I, and it's more about how they relate to one another and their similarities just based on their superpowers." more >>
Actor Jared Leto, who took on the iconic role of the Joker for the upcoming DC antihero team-up film "Suicide Squad," said that taking on the villainous part is not unlike how other actors portray Hamlet onstage and onscreen.
In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, Leto spoke about how he felt about portraying the Joker, the character's long and storied history in cinema, and crafting his own spin on the popular supervillain.
According to the actor, putting his own stamp on the character was important as the role has been filled by so many top-notch actors before him. Leto took over the role from the late actor Heath Ledger, who famously played the Joker in Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight" (2008). Ledger won a posthumous Academy Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for his portrayal. Before that, Jack Nicholson, another Oscar winner, took on the role of the Joker in "Batman" (1989). more >>
There are no special effects or bloody battle scenes featured in "God's Not Dead 2," but the movie does depict a war.
"Whether we want to admit it or not we're at war. The war of Ephesians 6," David A.R. White says in the film, where he reprises the role of the Rev. Dave from the 2014 prequel "God's Not Dead." "If we insist on denying that then we've already lost."
Erik Stanley, a senior legal counsel from Alliance Defending Freedom, has defended clients with cases similar to those showcased in the latest Pure Flix Entertainment Film. In fact, at the end of the film, dozens of real life ADF cases are featured. more >>