There's so much to satiate fans in the released trailer of the upcoming Marvel superhero blockbuster flick "Avengers 2: Age of Ultron." One in particular is the Iron Man's Hulkbuster armor to which Tony Stark (Robert Downey, Jr.) has to don in order to face the ravaging Hulk.
The other aspect of the teaser that are mentioned in rumors is Iron Man's new armor, which Stark will likely suit up in during the sequel.
According to Cinema Blend, the new nano-suit will be the one called "Mark XLIII" armor. The details were revealed by the movie's tie-in toy store Hot Toys. The store posted a number of images on their official Facebook page. more >>
Walt Disney Pictures is now close in completing its principal casting for their upcoming 2017 franchise sequel "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales," according to reports. The studio is determined to lock in all the character's list including that of a female role before the company takes a holiday break.
The role of interest pertains to that of a "young woman" whose character details are still under wraps, ComingSoon.net reported.
Variety.com meanwhile wrote that the character will serve as a "romantic interest to Henry." Henry would be a British soldier that will be played by Brenton Thwaites ("The Giver"). The shortlist of names are Lucy Boynton ("Miss Potter" and "Ballet Shoes"), Alexandra Dowling ("Hammer of the Gods" and "The Musketeers"), Kaya Scodelario ("The Maze Runner" and "Skins"), Jenna Thiam ("Vie Sauvage" and "The Returned") and Gabriella Wilde ("Endless Love" and "Carrie") more >>
Fans would still have to wait for a bit more before the much-anticipated superhero flick by Zack Snyder, "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice," hits the theaters on March 2016. Apparently the long wait won't matter as details upon details are dripping out from the rumor mills.
Among the already mentioned is Commissioner Gordon's absence in the film, Batman's new Batsuits, as well as the purported introduction of Aquaman and Cyborg in the franchise. Apparently, there's none which have mentioned the Man of Steel.
Some major spoiler rumors have now been revealed about what fans should expect of Superman when the "Dawn of Justice" arrives on the big screen. more >>
Paramount Pictures and Skydance Productions are still pushing forward despite the fact that their upcoming film "Star Trek 3" doesn't have a director since Robero Orci stepped down from the director's chair. The film studios are now eyeing for one of these "five top directors" to replace Orci's role in the upcoming franchise sequel "Star Trek" sequel, according to reports.
The studios have five possible names in mind, according to Deadline: Duncan Jones, Morten Tyldum, Justin Lin, Daniel Espinosa or Rupert Wyatt. Wyatt is reportedly at the top of the list.
BadA--Digest.com speculated that Wyatt could really be the right person for the job. more >>
There's a lot information to dissect from the first "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" trailer. Apparently, it raised so many questions on the heads of Star Wars fans who are trying their best to put together the clues of what the movie should be about.
One of the things that caught the public's attention is the voiceover at the beginning of the clip. Earlier reports speculated it could be Benedict Cumberbatch or a new character who is most likely to become a villain.
To silence all speculations, actor Andy Serkis stepped out to shed light into the confusion claiming that the voice in the footage is in fact his. more >>
More information about the upcoming "Ghostbusters 3" continues to pour in as a result of the cyber-attacks that hackers launched at Sony Pictures. During the past few days, leaked emails between Sony executives revealed the names of the actresses who were interested to be in the film, and now, Vulture reports that in another leaked email to Sony chief Amy Pascal, director Peter Feig has proposed a bunch of ideas for the film and named a "Game of Thrones" actor as his choice for the villain.
In the email, Feig says that the film is a reboot and not a sequel, and that in "Ghostbusters 3," humans are not afraid of ghosts because they haven't met them yet.
He describes the film as "scarier and more hi-tech" than the original "Ghostbusters." And if Feig had his way, the villain will be a convicted murderer who would be played by Peter Dinklage, who turns into a ghost after his execution is hit by "a supercharged electrical storm." more >>