While Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) was a refreshing and much-lauded presence in her first cinematic outing in the recently-released "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice," the Wonder Woman fans will find in her first stand-alone film will reportedly be a "very different," less established character.
According to Gadot, who will star in the iconic superheroine's first live-action theatrical film, the Wonder Woman in the 2017 feature will be a long way from the self-assured, sophisticated Diana Prince/Wonder Woman viewers saw in "Dawn of Justice."
In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, the actress said that in the Zack Snyder-helmed superhero clash film, Wonder Woman is a "a woman who has been around" and who is "very experienced." Meanwhile, "Wonder Woman" will tell the story of how she grew up to be the wise and worldly superheroine of "Batman v Superman," which is set decades into the future. more >>
Now that "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" is in theaters, director Zack Snyder can turn his attention to the upcoming "Justice League," the film which was set up in the recently-released "Dawn of Justice."
Though "Justice League" won't be released until late 2017, Snyder is already dropping hints about the upcoming DC Extended Universe film.
In an interview with Yahoo! Movies U.K., the director spoke about which film inspires Batman's (Ben Affleck) quest in "Justice League" and gave a few updates on the film's progress. "Justice League" will bring together Batman, Superman (Henry Cavill), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), the Flash (Ezra Miller), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), Cyborg (Ray Fisher), and a yet-to-be-cast Green Lantern. Being that the iconic DC superheroes make up a formidable team of seven, it seems fitting that Snyder reportedly turned to the Akira Kurosawa classic "Seven Samurai" for inspiration while developing the upcoming superhero team-up film. more >>
"Fuller house" star Candace Cameron Bure talked about how to push boundaries while staying true to yourself in an article in motto.time.com. She particularly addressed how she deals with pressure from her own Christian brothers and sisters.
"Don't bow to outside pressure," Bure titled the section in which she revealed that a lot of the pressure she endures is from people in her own Christian community.
"There are a lot of people out there who might expect you to uphold their standards, rather than your own. I'm very outspoken about my Christian faith, and I actually face a lot of pressure from others within the faith," the California native said. more >>
Every superhero movie fan couldn't ask for a much better flick than this one – an anticipated blockbuster pitting two of the most recognizable and widely known superheroes in the history of entertainment: Batman and Superman. But as intriguing as the title is, Zach Snyder's latest work seems to be getting bad reviews.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is a super film without the super positive reviews. The web was flooded with reviews right after many of them started appearing last Tuesday, and by the looks of it, there is little to be excited about this rather dark and awkwardly serious film. Rotten Tomatoes, for instance, has given it an initial rating of 35%, which is pretty low even for something that is expected to be criticized a lot for the costs of filming.
Two top movie review sites, Entertainment Weekly and Time joined the bandwagon. Entertainment Weekly for instance called it "all too familiar," something which is disappointing considering the fact that there was some kind of shift in the trend of how superhero movies usually start. Time on the other hand had a harsher take, saying that "it's so top-heavy with false portent that it buckles under its own weight." more >>
"The Danish Girl" actress Amber Heard is set to join the ever-expanding DC Cinematic Universe as Mera, Queen of Atlantis and better half of fellow DC Comics superhero Aquaman.
Heard, who rose to fame after appearing in "Pineapple Express" (2008) and "The Rum Diary" (2011), has confirmed that she will play the role of Mera in the upcoming DC superhero team-up film tentatively titled "Justice League Part One," Entertainment Tonight has learned. She will then join the cast of the stand-alone Aquaman film in 2018. "Game of Thrones" alum Jason Momoa will play the role of Aquaman.
In a recent interview with ET, the actress spoke about her undersea costume. "It's interesting," she said. "It's like, half suit of armor, half scales." more >>
The first trailer for the third "Bridget Jones" film is out and it shows the titular character (Renee Zellweger) dealing with two men and… a pregnancy?
"Bridget Jones's Baby," the third installment in the film series, follows "Bridget Jones's Diary" (2001) and "Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason" (2004). Both films starred Zellweger and followed Bridget as she navigated her thirties and found love with Mark Darcy (Colin Firth). Hugh Grant starred as her other love interest, Daniel Cleaver, in both films.
Now, nearly 15 years since the first film was released, Bridget is back and it seems that there is also a baby on board. more >>