Ryan Reynolds posted a photo commemorating Mother's Day, albeit with a tasteless message, as part of his ongoing promotion of his movie "Deadpool."
The Canadian actor posed in full "Deadpool" costume in a photo depicting him pulling out a baby from between the legs of a woman, which he posted on his Twitter account with an offensive message.
The photo formed part of an ongoing series of images Reynolds has been tweeting to promote his upcoming anti-hero movie. However, the image caption gave rise to protests from his social media fans and followers who took exception to his off-color Mother's Day greeting. more >>
Natalie Portman is reported to be in early negotiations for a lead role in an upcoming science fiction film called "Annihilation." It's to be helmed by Alex Garland, who previously directed another sci-fi film "Ex-Machina," the film will be made through Paramount Pictures.
According to a report in Variety, Portman is in early talks for the film, saying that Garland may have "found his next star" for his next sci-fi film. Garland aside from directing, will also write the film's screenplay.
The film will be about a team of four, including a biologist, an anthropologist, a psychologist and a surveyor, who sign up for a secret expedition in an area "where the laws of nature don't apply." Portman is reportedly being looked at to play the role of the biologist. more >>
Actor Hugh Jackman officially confirmed, in an interview on the "Dr. Oz" show that the upcoming superhero movie "Wolverine 3" will be the last time that he will take on the role of the titular hero.
"This will be my last one," the 46-year-old Australian actor said. "It is my last time. It just felt like it was the right time to do it. And let's be honest, 17 years. I never thought in a million years it would last, so I'm so grateful to the fans for the opportunity of playing it."
"I kind of have in my head what we're going to do in this last one. It just feels like this is the perfect way to go out," he said. more >>
Denise Boutte was praying for a breakout film role after starring in a number of Tyler Perry productions, but she did not expect portraying a well known biblical character in "For the Love of Ruth" would impact more than just her acting career.
Boutte, the 33-year-old actress who has proven her comedic timing and acting abilities in screenwriter and producer Tyler Perry's "Meet the Browns" and "Why Did I Get Married" will debut on small screens as the biblical character Ruth in a modern retelling of the Old Testament story.
"In my professional career, I had been waiting and praying for a project that would allow me to show a different side of my acting. It wasn't about the hair or the makeup, it was about the heart," Boutte told The Christian Post. "So when this project was presented to me, I was like, this is the project I've been having on my dream board for some time now, waiting for that wonderful opportunity." more >>
The second "Star Wars" spinoff film, which is part of the "Anthology" series of films recently suffered a major setback when it lost its director Josh Trank, leaving Disney and Lucasfilm in a frantic search for a replacement.
Interestingly, a new set of rumors started circulating about what the film will be about. If the first spinoff film "Rogue One" will be about a group of resistance fighters in a time when there were no Jedis and no Force to speak of, the second spinoff film will reportedly be about another sector in the Star Wars universe -- the bounty hunters.
According to a report in The Wrap, the next spinoff movie which is slated for a 2018 release will be about one of the most notorious bounty hunters, Boba Fett. In previous "Star Wars" films, he was known for working with the likes of Jabba the Hutt, for whom he caught Hans Solo and eventually, for the Empire under Darth Vader. Like any other bounty hunter, his services are for hire to the one who is willing to pay. more >>
Things are heating up as Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios are gearing up for starting on the next phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. "Avengers: Age of Ultron" signaled the end of Phase 2.
Next summers' "Captain America: Civil War" is the start of Phase 3, which continues on to "Avengers: Infinity War." Both film's will be helmed by the Russo brothers, Anthony and Joe. The third "Captain America" film however, is also significant because it will be first time that the new Spider-Man will make an appearance.
Sony and Marvel's partnership to bring Spider-Man into the Marvel Cinematic Universe as well as make a new "Spider-Man" film is one that is long-awaited by fans of the Web-Crawler. After two failed attempts with the "Amazing Spider-Man," Sony will be introducing a younger "Spider-Man" in the upcoming "Captain America" film and then will have his own solo film in 2017. more >>