As fans are eagerly waiting for the second Avengers film "The Avengers: Age of Ultron" to be released on May 1, reports came out recently that the Russo brothers Joseph and Anthony have been signed on to direct the third Avengers film "The Avengers: Infinity War." The film will come in two parts, and both parts will be helmed by the Russo brothers.
According to a report in CNN, it seems that the brothers are "cementing themselves as Marvel's main executors."
The movie will be the third film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe that the brothers are working on. The first one was "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" and the second one will be the upcoming "Captain America: Civil War." more >>
For those fans eagerly wishing for the "Super Troopers" to return in the big screen, they can now start counting the days as the recent crowdfunding update for the anticipated sequel indicates that it has already surpassed the initial $2 million goal.
A report from Variety said that as of 5 p.m. PDT yesterday, Broken Lizard, the house behind the hit comedy movie, has already taken in $2.14 million in their Indiegogo campaign.
This will now assure for the second instalment to go into production, which was originally planned to go this summer, and will premiere on theatres probably in early 2016. more >>
Vin Diesel has named his newborn daughter after his late "Fast & Furious" co-star, Paul Walker.
Vin Diesel, whose partner, Mexican model Paloma Jimenez, recently gave birth to their third child this month, has named his new daughter after his late co-star, Paul Walker.
Diesel, 47, who has starred with Walker in all seven "Fast & Furious" films since 2001, named his daughter Pauline after Walker, 40, perished in a car crash in November 2013 during a break in the filming of "Fast & Furious 7." more >>
Jennifer Lawrence will be ending her "X-Men" days when the upcoming "X-Men Apocalypse" hits theaters in 2016.
"The Hunger Games" bow-and-arrow-wielding heroine, Jennifer Lawrence, who has played Mystique in two "X-Men" films since 2011, is setting aside the blue body paint after "X-Men: Apocalypse" in May 2016.
The 24-year-old Academy Award winner ("Silver Linings Playbook") has played a younger version of Mystique in the Marvel superhero prequels alongside James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender. more >>
Marvel is set to start filming "Captain America: Civil War" in a few weeks. If the new Spider-Man is supposed to make his appearance in the movie, reports are saying that Marvel should have found the right actor for the role as early as now.
After Sony and Marvel struck a deal to bring in Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, a lot of speculation has been going on about how Sony will reboot the Spider-Man franchise. The deal effectively killed "The Amazing Spider-Man" series of movies and booted out actor Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker. One rumor was that the reboot will follow the "Ultimate Spider-Man" storyline and bring in Miles Morales as the new Spider-Man.
Yet another rumor was that Marvel and Sony will work with a retelling of the origins story of the web-crawler, with a young teenage Peter Parker. If reports are to be believed, this may just be the direction Sony and Marvel are taking. more >>
"The Crow" is making a comeback. The undead avenger Eric Draven will be played by actor Jack Huston, who recently played the facially disfigured Richard Harrow in "Boardwalk Empire." The movie is a remake of the 1994 film that originally starred the late Brandon Lee as the Crow.
Jack Huston is also set to play Judah Ben-Hur in the remake of "Ben-Hur" by Paramount and MGM, as well as star in "The Longest Ride" and "Pride, Prejudice and Zombies," according to a Variety report.
Aside from Huston, it has also been reported that Jessica Findlay Brown was cast as Draven's fiancé, Shelly Webster. more >>