"Avengers: Infinity Wars'" will not hit theaters anytime soon, but directors Anthony and Joe Russo already started spilling some exciting details about the forthcoming superhero blockbuster. Recently, they cleared some rumors and speculations regarding the film's cast and storyline.
Goodbye, Captain America!
The Russo brothers confirmed to The Huffington Post that Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) is no longer Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). This is in connection to the cliffhanger of "Captain America: Civil War" that left with the Avengers splitting up and Captain America dropping his famous shield. Joe explained that the scene showing Steve Rogers putting down his shield signifies that his personal choice was in conflict to the identity of Captain America. more >>
"Don't Breathe" is the official summer-ender movie offering from Sony's Screen Gems. This low-budget horror movie could rule over "Suicide Squad" when it comes to racking up the cash based on social media response.
According to reports, if "Don't Breathe" enters the box-office at first place this weekend, it could easily get $12 million in more than 3,000 movie theaters in the country.
"Suicide Squad", on the other hand, has gathered negative reviews online, but still attracted crowds. If the super villain movie holds strong, it could haul around $300 million in the US. more >>
"Captain America" directors, the Russo brothers, Joe and Anthony, bared on Wednesday that the dropping of Captain America's (Chris Evans) own shield in Marvel Cinematic Universe's latest saga, "Captain America: Civil War", is a sign that Steve Rogers was relinquishing his identity.
Fans remember how Steve Rogers gave up his shield on the last clips of the latest movie released by MCU. This left a lot of hearts broken as Rogers will now become a fugitive, who will let fellow prisoners escape jail and will hide in Wakanda.
According to Joe Russo, Rogers' giving up his hero identity is a huge hindrance to his personal choices. more >>
Country icon Dolly Parton has never been one to mince words and during a recent promotional interview for her upcoming tour, the living legend explained that directly after she prays she takes care of nature's business before hitting the stage.
The 70-year-old performer opened up about many details in her life during her interview with TODAY on Wednesday. She talked about her cosmetic surgeries and how she was "caught" by paparazzi after her first procedure, as well as her new tour "Pure & Simple."
When asked what her pre-show ritual is, Parton unashamedly responded, "Well I pray and pee in that order." more >>
In a recent promotional campaign to launch his new single "Jesus," Chris Tomlin asked people to submit prayers and praises and the response was so overwhelming that the worshipper decided to dedicate a whole website page filled with these "Jesus Stories."
Tomlin recently took to Facebook to share one of the miraculous stories submitted for his music video.
Read the posted testimony in it's entirety below: more >>
The real-life story of arguably the greatest college walk-on, Brandon Burlsworth, hits theaters on Aug. 26th, in the inspirational film titled, "Greater." Actor Neal McDonough is now opening up about how the young athlete's faith touched everyone on set.
McDonough, known for his role as the villain in the hit TV show "Arrow," took a departure from the evil Damian Dark to take on the role as Marty Burlsworth, the brother and arguably biggest influence in the life of Burlsworth.
Starring McDonough and introducing Chris Severio, "Greater" follows the true story of Brandon Burlsworth, who is perhaps the greatest walk-on in the history of college football. Burlsworth dreamed of playing for the Arkansas Razorbacks but was told he wasn't good enough to play Division I ball. Undeterred, Burlsworth took a risk and walked on in 1994. Written off by fellow teammates and coaches, Burlsworth displayed dogged determination in the face of staggering odds. The awkward kid who once was an embarrassment to his teammates and an annoyance to his coaches, ended up becoming the most respected player in the history of the program, changing the lives of all he touched. more >>