A host of updates have been circulating online for the past few months regarding the plot development of the highly anticipated superhero movie "Captain America: Civil War." Slated to begin shooting this April 1, another piece of information regarding the title surfaced and this time it includes a plot synopsis.
Collider revealed what appears to be the "unofficial" summary for "Captain America 3," which was reportedly handed out to the main cast and extras.
"Following the events of Age of Ultron, the collective governments of the world pass an act designed to regulate all superhuman activity. This polarizes opinion amongst the Avengers, causing two factions to side with Iron Man or Captain America, which causes an epic battle between former allies," the summary reads. more >>
NEW YORK — The upcoming National Geographic miniseries "Killing Jesus," which is based on Fox News commentator Bill O'Reilly's bestselling book of the same name, tells the story of the historical Jesus and leaves the supernatural claims made by believers out of the equation.
The approach to the film was intentional, according to some of the actors in the film who believe it will help to get the Jesus story out to those who are skeptics.
Chris Ryman, who plays Malchus, the Roman guard who arrests Jesus before His crucifixion, commented on the film's portrayal of Jesus — the man — in the film. more >>
Kristen Bell has expressed her love for "Frozen," and says she's all geared up for the sequel.
"Frozen" actress Kristen Bell, who plays Anna, is looking forward to being part of the sequel to Disney's Academy award-winning and highest grossing animated film in history.
Disney announced "Frozen 2" a little over a week ago after it released a short film, "Frozen Fever," featuring Elsa, Kristoff and Olaf preparing a birthday party for Anna. The second movie is currently in development at the Disney Animation Studios after the unprecedented success of the first animated movie spurred studio executives to decide on the sequel. more >>
Japanese manga series "Attack on Titan" recently released the trailer for its first full-length movie as a teaser for what is said to be two films to be released in the summer 2015.
Highly popular Japanese manga series "Attack on Titan" released the trailer for its live-action film adaptation, taking fans by storm and heightening anticipation for two films on the series scheduled for release this summer, with an August 1 Japan premiere.
"Attack on Titan" was launched in 2009, and started gaining worldwide popularity four years later. Written and illustrated by Hajime Isayama, the series is set in an apocalyptic earth where humans have cordoned themselves off in circular walled cities to avoid being eaten by giant humanoids called Titans. The walls have kept the monsters at bay until a 200-foot tall specimen appears and threatens the population, putting the economy and food sources at risk. more >>
Hillsong United's Jad Gillies said recently that his band's forthcoming film offers a "new perspective" on what it means to be a modern-day believer. He also hopes the film can draw more people to the church.
On March 25, an exclusive new trailer of "Hillsong — Let Hope Rise" is set to be released ahead of the film's premiere and Gillies shared his excitement.
"My hope is that the film gives people new perspective of what it actually looks like to believe in who Jesus is, and what it means to live a life that reflects His acceptance and love," the worship leader said. more >>
DC's upcoming superhero blockbuster offering "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" still has a year to go before it opens in theatres. However, recent news indicated that production for the film has already been completed and is now on its post-production phase.
Aside from the two titular DC superheroes, the upcoming title is also slated to feature one of the comic book's super heroines, Wonder Woman, played by Gal Gadot.
Gadot, the Israeli actress and supermodel, is also slated for a standalone movie about the demigoddess, which will be released after "Batman v Superman." more >>