Hugh Jackman will be playing the iconic character Wolverine one last time in the upcoming sequel of the "Wolverine" series of films. Jackman made the announcement through an Instagram post over the weekend, which showed a photo of his clenched fists, his Wolverine claws and a caption that said "Wolverine, one last time."
Jackman is reportedly hinting at the final sequel of the "Wolverine" series, which is reportedly due for release in March 2017. The still untitled movie is being called "Wolverine 3" in the meantime. According to a report in The Wrap, an insider confirmed that he is indeed referring to an upcoming movie which follows the 2013 "The Wolverine" film, rather than just an appearance in the upcoming "X-Men: Apocalypse" film.
Director James Mangold replied to Jackman's Instagram post. more >>
Blumhouses' next film "Insidious: Chapter 3" will serve as a prelude to the first two chapters of the franchise. Some aspects from Chapters 1 and 2 will be explored in the upcoming installment.
Apparently, this has been verified when a recently published interview with "Insidious 3" director Leigh Whannell revealed that the title will delve deeper into one of the franchise's mainstays.
CineMovie unveiled details of their visit to the movie set last year. more >>
20th Century Fox inadvertently leaked the public's first look at The Thing from their late summer reboot of the "Fantastic Four."
In what is described as a mismanaged reveal, fans of the Marvel superhero group the "Fantastic Four" got their first look at The Thing via an overseas outdoor billboard erected before the official release of the reboot film's imagery.
The billboard, which features all of the four major characters of the remake, with particular emphasis on The Thing, played by Jamie Bell as Ben Grim, appeared on the Instagram account of @albertoheineken26, who had his photo taken in front of the billboard. more >>
Bradley Cooper is gearing to make his directorial debut for a remake of "A Star is Born," a film he is also set to star in.
"American Sniper" actor Bradley Cooper is going behind the camera for the first time to direct the fourth remake of "A Star is Born," taking over from Clint Eastwood. Cooper, who also has a role in the film, is hoping to get Beyonce to co-star with him.
Cooper, 40, who recently received an Oscar nomination for producing "American Sniper," is currently in negotiations with Warner Bros. to produce the reworked classic, as well. Beyonce was in talks with Eastwood to play the lead role until she dropped out due to her pregnancy. more >>
Groundbreaking special effects will highlight the "Warcraft" movie when it premieres next year, actor Travis Fimmel has revealed.
The upcoming epic fantasy "Warcraft" movie, based on the highly popular video game set in "World of Warcraft's" Azeroth, will showcase innovative special effects featuring CGI mapping and motion capture when it hits theaters on March 11, 2016.
"Vikings" actor, Travis Fimmel, was cast as lead protagonist, Sir Anduin Lothar in the live-action version of the movie, said the audience will likely be impressed with the motion capture sequences. more >>
If rumors are to be believed, fans may be seeing Carol Danvers or Captain Marvel sooner that they think. According to numerous reports in Screen Rant, Games Radar and Slashfilm, Marvel may allow fans to get a preview of Ms. Danvers in the upcoming "The Avengers: Age of Ultron" when it is released in theaters on May 1.
According to Screen Rant, while Marvel announced late last year, that they will be making a solo movie featuring Captain Marvel for release in 2018, rumors have also been circulating that the script of "The Avengers: Age of Ultron" also includes cameos of new superheroes who will be introduced and appear as cameos in the movie. Paul Bettany who is rumored to be playing the role of Vision is one of these superheroes. And according to the report, Captain Marvel may be one of them as well.
There is also another rumor about how the film will end that reinforces the idea that new heroes need to come in. This has to do with the rumored end of the sequel wherein The Avengers are no longer a team and Captain America and the Black Widow need to recruit new members to the fold, which may include Captain Marvel. more >>