Recent casting rumors indicate that the newest Spider-Man reboot, which will now be finally featured within the Marvel, might reveal another face behind the web-slinger's mask.
A report from Screen Rant indicated that the latest big-screen reboot of the superhero will shake things up in a major way as it will now have the Ultimate Marvel character Miles Morales to don the red-and-blue suit instead of the already known Peter Parker.
Although it was explicitly noted in the Sony/Marvel partnership that the latter is the one who will join the MCU, Jeff Sneider of The Wrap stated in his Meet the Movie Press podcast that it might not be the case anymore. more >>
Jamie Dornan, the actor who plays Christian Grey in the box office hit "Fifty Shades of Grey," denied rumors that he is no longer reprising his role in any upcoming sequel of the movie. He issued an official statement a day after initial reports came out.
In his statement made through his representative to ABC News, he said that he "is delighted that the film is breaking box office records worldwide and whilst the studio has not made any formal announcements about sequels, he is looking forward to making the next film."
Rumors about his decision came out on Feb. 24, 2015, with some stating that the reason behind the decision was the fact that his wife, Amelia Warner, was "uncomfortable with the sex scenes." According to some reports, he even said that it was doubtful that his wife will ever watch the movie. more >>
Veteran actor Leonard Nimoy, who played Spock in the original "Star Trek" series, was rushed to the hospital last Thursday after complaining of severe chest pains.
Nimoy, the American actor best known as the Vulcan Spock in the popular sci-fi 1966 to 1969 "Star Trek" series on television was rushed to the UCLA Medical Center Feb. 19 after a 911 call reported him suffering from debilitating chest pains.
The 83-year-old actor, director, author, singer and photographer has been confined in the hospital a number of times in the past few months, after he announced last year he had been diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), despite having quit his smoking habit over three decades ago. more >>
Liam Matthews, who stars in the "God's Not Dead" follow-up film "Do You Believe," opened up about pros and cons of being a Christian in today's culture ahead of the film's release next month.
Headed to theaters on March 20, "Do You Believe" reveals real-life issues that Christians must confront in order to grow in their faith. The latest film from PureFlix arrives on the tail of the staggeringly successful "God's Not Dead" and emboldens Christians to be brave in their beliefs and unapologetically share their faith. In a very true-to-life role, Matthews portrays Bobby, a Christian EMT whose job is jeopardized after comforting a dying man with Scripture at the scene of an accident.
"I think especially in today's day and age, not to go the culture war route, but definitely, you have to be mindful with what you say, both as a Christian and an employee, "the actor told The Christian Post. "There are certain ways to go about discussing things. I do think that people will be able to relate to that, people have paid for being outspoken about their faith." more >>
Keke Palmer is speaking up about what it takes for her soul to grow amid her transition into adulthood.
Keke, 21, recently became the first black Cinderella to star on Broadway and starred in major productions including "Akeelah and the Bee." After honing her craft as a Nickelodeon star for years, the actress is now working to help other girls in an initiative called Saving Our Cinderellas.
The initiative is headed by the Saving Our Daughters anti-bullying organization that seeks to help young women. Keke, and fellow actresses Grace Gealey from Fox's "Empire" and Shanola Hampton from Showtime's "Shameless" will help mentor young minority girls who want to follow their passions in performing arts. more >>
Selena Gomez is taking a stand against teenage suicide with a powerful message posted to social media on Wednesday urging her fans to turn to God.
The 22-year-old singer, who remains at the top of song charts with "The Heart Wants What It Wants," took to Instagram offering encouragement to those suffering from depression with the explanation that "God puts us in situations… for a reason."
"By me following you is not me saying its ok to think these thoughts," Gomez began in the post. "It's not me saying 'hey you said sad things, so I'm going to follow you to make you feel better.' God puts us in situations that are so unexplainably difficult for a reason." more >>