Before 2014 ended, Marvel was able to tell the fans some of the details of its upcoming superhero blockbuster offering "Captain America: Civil War." Among the updates was the announcement of "Rush" actor Daniel Bruhl joining the sequel, though the studio didn't say who the 36-year-old Spanish-German actor will play.
The latest reports indicates that the "Inglorious Basterds" star will be involved in the soon to be released film as its villain.
"As suspected, he's playing a villain in the new Captain America movie. Specifically, he's going to be taking on the role of Baron Heinrich Zemo. The Baron is a Nazi scientist, one who survived the second World War, and the fact that he's included in the Captain America: Civil War roster seems to confirm rumours that the film will centre on the Superhuman Registration Act," Den Of Geek claimed. more >>
A Republican organization which recently launched a petition calling on "Hollywood liberals" to stop disrespecting the military amid criticism of Clint Eastwood's blockbuster film "American Sniper," says it has had "tremendous support" from the public.
The National Republican Senatorial Committee, led by Sen. Roger Wicker (R-MS), condemned controversial filmmaker Michael Moore in a stern email sent to supporters on Tuesday over a recent tweet in which he referred to snipers as "cowards."
Moore did not directly refer to the Academy award-nominated film in his tweet; however, it sparked outrage among top conservatives including former Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin and former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, who accused him of blatantly disrespecting military servicemen. more >>
Meagan Good's older sister and fellow actress La'Myia Good recently got married and is expecting a child that she says God promised her.
La'Myia, 35, recently married 28-year-old singer-songwriter Eric Bellinger, with whom she is expecting her first child. Meagan, the Christian actress married to Hollywood Executive and minister DeVon Franklin, posted a picture of her pregnant sister in an embrace with Bellinger to Instagram.
While the Good sisters did not reveal exactly when La'Myia and Eric exchanged vows, Meagan reflected on her sister's union from a spiritual perspective. more >>
A new film that is critical of Scientology premiered on Sunday at the Sundance Film Festival and the event required police protection due to hostile members of the religion.
The movie, titled "Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief", garnered significant backlash from the Scientologist community as the organization took out full-page ads in the New York Times and Los Angeles Times claiming that the documentary contains many falsehoods.
The film is based on author Lawrence Wright's 2013 book Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood and the Prison of Belief and is directed by Oscar Alex Gibney. The movie, much like the book, claims the organization routinely intimidates, manipulates and even tortures its members, tracing the rise of the religion and its founder, former science fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard and his successor David Miscavige. more >>
Director Tim Chey who's behind the upcoming "David and Goliath" film has said that he's an evangelist, and promised that the movie will be different from 2014's Hollywood features "Noah" and "Exodus: Gods and Kings."
"Well first off, I'm not only a director, but also an evangelist," Chey said at a press junket. "So obviously I'm not going to make a film that's biblically not correct or does not give honor to the Lord."
The director referred to some of the criticism "Noah" and "Exodus" have received from people who've said they did not present a biblically-accurate narrative. more >>
Ryan Reynolds discussed his upcoming Marvel superhero film "Deadpool."
The actor will start shooting scenes for the film in two months and said that it took a long time but it finally happened in the "right way," which is the most important. Reynolds revealed that "Deadpool" has a lower budget compared to other superhero films but that it could be an advantage.
If there is a need to be fulfilled, people are forced to be creative and that is the reason why the cast and crew will make the film they truly want. Reynolds previously starred in the DC Comics superhero film "Green Lantern," the actor was asked by MTV News if he is more pressured with the upcoming Marvel movie. more >>