"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" is scheduled to be released on March 25, 2016 and will be featuring DC Comics characters Superman and Batman. It's supposedly the sequel to 2013's "Man of Steel" and is the second title in the DC Cinematic Universe installment.
Earlier when the casting was announced for the film, Ben Affleck's casting for the role of Batman was met with mostly negative backlash from fans of the franchise since Affleck's last role as the Daredevil. Apparently, fans are nervous that Affleck would be a bad fit for the movie but it might be a little comforting for fans to know that Affleck also shares the same sentiments.
"Indeed I have regrets about Daredevil. Look, if I thought we were remaking 'Daredevil,' I'd be out there picketing myself," Affleck said during an appearance on "All Things Considered" last weekend. more >>
Alexandra Shipp has admitted that taking on the role of Aaliyah Haughton in the late singer's upcoming Lifetime movie was scary.
"Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B," starring Alexandra Shipp, will make its two-hour premiere on Lifetime Networks Saturday, Nov. 15, at 8 p.m. EST. The television movie, executive produced by Howard Braunstein, Debra Martin Chase and Wendy Williams, is based on the best selling book Aaliyah: More Than a Woman.
"It was scary, but I knew that I had to do it," Shipp told Kevin Frazier of "Entertainment Tonight." "I don't know, something in me was like you have to do this, you're going to love this experience more than anything." more >>
Reported to take place after the events of "The Avengers: Age of Ultron," reports indicate that the third installment of "Captain America 3" will feature the web-slinging, friendly neighborhood hero from New York.
In a report by KPopstarz, they cited "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" directors Joe and Anthony Russo talking with Cinema Blend who hinted that anything could happen for the upcoming movie.
"Listen, when I started collecting, The Secret Wars was one of the first books I ever bought, so that's always been an obsession of mine to see something of that scale done -- a crossover. I don't know if that would ever be possible, with all the different situations at the studios. But I would love to see a lot of characters on screen together," Joe explained. more >>
Tickets for "Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas" are available weeks in advance today, just as the star voiced gratitude over the support of the new film.
"Saving Christmas" is headed to theaters for just two weeks on Nov. 14, and many theaters are already offering tickets. Ahead of its premiere, Cameron shared a short video thanking fans for their support while urging moviegoers to get tickets to his latest film.
"Together, let's put Christ back in Christmas and glorify the true reason for the season," the actor says during the clip. "Because more Christ equals more joy. More Christ equals more peace. More Christ equals more life." more >>
A powerful documentary by Christian filmmaker Reuben Evans tells a unique story involving his wife who was almost aborted before being adopted as a baby.
Evan's "Reunion" follows Kim Coppe, a Christian mother who first got pregnant at age 17 and chose to give her daughter up for adoption. In the documentary, Coppe recounts her inner turmoil and complete dependence on God during the pregnancy, as well as the unshakable faith it took to offer her child to another family.
"I was raised by my godly mother through my teen years, and I went to school and was outspoken in my testimony of strong faith," she explains in the film. "I had such a confident assurance in my walk with the Lord, but with that can also come spiritual pride. So part of my story and journey that I am sharing involves that facet of my life." more >>
"The Good Lie," a film that tells the story of the lost boys of Sudan and their plight to escape civil war and assimilate into American culture hit theaters last week and is a movie Christians should not miss, according to some prominent evangelical leaders.
The film takes place during the real South Sudanese civil war of the 1980s and 90s that displaced millions of natives, forcing them into refugee camps where some of them were able to gain access to living in the U.S through several faith-based and government initiatives.
WEA (World Evangelical Alliance) Secretary General Geoff Tunnicliffe screened the movie and discussed it with the creators and stars, including Reese Witherspoon. He recently shared his enthusiasm for the "The Good Lie" with The Christian Post and explained why Christians and others should get behind it. more >>