As previous reports suggested, the latest trailer for the upcoming "X-Men: Apocalypse" does, indeed, feature a cameo by a beloved "X-Men" character.
Aside from dipping a bit more into the backstory of its title villain, the origins of Quicksilver (Evan Peters), and Jean Grey's (Sophie Turner) possible transformation into Dark Phoenix, the new "Apocalypse" trailer also revealed a much-awaited appearance by a familiar bloody fist with adamantium claws.
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In the upcoming DC antihero ensemble film "Suicide Squad," actress Karen Fukuhara plays the role of Katana, an expert swordswoman and martial artist who wields a mystical sword called the Soultaker.
Katana serves as a bodyguard to Rick Flag (Joel Kinnaman), a military officer tasked with leading the Task Force X team. Unlike the others in the team, Katana is a volunteer and not a criminal. Thus, unlike them, she is not implanted with a micro-bomb. While the character is reportedly more morally grounded than her teammates, her terrifying blade, Soultaker, is capable of trapping the souls of her enemies.
Speaking to ComicBook.com during the Warner Brothers' The Big Picture presentation at CinemaCon in Las Vegas earlier this month, Fukuhara dropped some details about her "Suicide Squad" character and talked about what it was like working with Jared Leto, who plays the Joker, in the DC film. more >>
Beyonce's new album Lemonade, was released over the weekend on Tidal to rave reviews. Along with the music, HBO aired the entertainer's visual album, which was not just an artistic display of heartache, betrayal and forgiveness, but also provided insight into the megastar's skewed perception of spirituality as it relates to Christianity.
The highly publicized cinematic album is loaded with clips of black women empowerment, superstar cameos and the artistically genius yet disturbing visual interpretation of Beyonce's painful journey through infidelity and forgiveness in her marriage to rapper Jay Z. In the hour long film, the Houston, Texas-native takes fans along her journey to redemption after betrayal.
Starting with intuition the movie navigates through denial, anger, apathy, emptiness, accountability, reformation, forgiveness, resurrection, hope and redemption. more >>
Popular rockstar Bono and retired Presbyterian Pastor Eugene Peterson have teamed up to release a new documentary about the two men's unlikely relationship and a conversation they had on the book of Psalms.
Bono, the frontman for the legendary rock band U2, and Peterson, the author of The Message: The Bible in Contemporary Language, released the 20-minute documentary titled "Bono and Eugene Peterson: The Psalms" on Tuesday. The documentary was released through the California-based Fuller Theological Seminary's new media venture "Fuller Studio."
The video starts off by showing a 2002 video of the Ireland-born Bono, who often quotes passages from The Message during concerts, thanking Peterson, on behalf of himself and other U2 band members, for the translation work that he has done. more >>
The Avengers may be going head-to-head in the upcoming Marvel superhero brawler "Captain America: Civil War," but in real life, the actors playing the MCU characters get along swimmingly, Chris Evans, who plays Steve Rogers/Captain America, has said.
Speaking to HELLO! magazine during Marvel Studios' U.K. press conference ahead of the "Civil War" premiere, Evans said that shooting the hotly anticipated Marvel ensemble film was not unlike going to summer camp and that the atmosphere on-set was one of the best things about filming the Marvel Cinematic Universe films.
"I can't imagine arguing with any person on the set - and you know, listen, sometimes that happens on film sets," Evans told HELLO! "For some reason when you step on a Marvel film set, it's like summer camp. It really is." more >>
Veteran actor Joaquin Phoenix is rumored to play the role of Jesus Christ in a film centered on Mary Magdalene.
The Oscar-nominated Phoenix is being eyed for the part, according to a recent story by Ali Jaafar of Deadline Hollywood.
"A deal is still some way off being done, with scheduling believed to be one concern, but if this goes down it would be a clear statement of intent from the filmmakers about the kind of film they're trying to make," reported Jaafar. more >>