Though the couple separated almost a year ago, reports indicate that Jennifer Garner no longer wants to push through with her divorce from husband of 10 years, Ben Affleck.
According to Radar Online, which first published the news, sources claim that 43-year-old Garner has had a change of heart and now believes that she and 43-year-old Affleck can still save their marriage.
"Jen really thinks there is a chance they can fix their relationship," the source told the website. "Ben's being good and not going out in public much these days, so she has this glimmer of hope they can make it work." more >>
Following previous reports about Cate Blanchett's rumored involvement with and role in the forthcoming Marvel film "Thor: Ragnarok," as well as speculation about Odin's (Anthony Hopkins) fate after supposedly being exiled from Asgard, a new report has surfaced explaining the Hulk's (Mark Ruffalo) role in the film, along with Thor's (Chris Hemsworth) rumored visit to Planet Hulk.
The new possible spoiler comes courtesy of Geek.com and echoes what has been talked about for some time now: that Thor will somehow find himself on Planet Hulk/Sakaar, where he and his fellow Avenger reunite before going on the "cosmic road trip" that prompted Ruffalo to recently call "Thor: Ragnarok" a "universal road movie."
While the upcoming "Thor" film is still in the writing phase, Geek.com says that it is in contact with sources about "Thor: Ragnarok" and that these sources report that Marvel is planning on re-formulating the Hulk, trying to make him more funny and less of a bore than he was in the two "Hulk" stand-alone films. Marvel is also supposedly planning on a solo "Hulk" movie based on the "Planet Hulk" comic book storyline by Greg Pak. This is reportedly why the Hulk was separated from the rest of the Avengers at the end of "Avengers: Age of Ultron" (2015). more >>
Warner Bros. may already be hinting at the involvement of a bigger, badder villain (Darkseid) in the forthcoming "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice," but fans are still a bit hung up on why Zack Snyder revealed (in the film's last full-length trailer) Doomsday so soon. And with the epic superhero battle between Superman (Henry Cavill) and Batman (Ben Affleck), and the introduction of Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), Cyborg (Ray Fisher), and The Flash (Ezra Miller), many are wondering why Doomsday couldn't have been left for the "Man of Steel" sequel instead of sharing the big screen with so many other iconic DC characters.
In an interview for the latest issue of Empire Magazine, "Dawn of Justice" director Zack Snyder talked about why he decided to include Doomsday in the film, saying, as quoted by Comic Book Movie, "To go up against heroes like Batman and Superman, we wanted to introduce one of the DC Universe's most iconic and powerful villains."
"He is essentially an unstoppable force," he said. "He poses a real threat to the world within the film." more >>
Most of the talk about the highly anticipated "Captain America: Civil War" has been about the superhero triangle of Captain America (Chris Evans), Iron Man (Robert Downey, Jr.), and Bucky Barnes/Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan); the introduction of Spider-Man (Tom Holland) and Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman); and the return of General Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross (William Hurt). Though fans did see him looking unconscious (or dead) in a field with Iron Man in the film's teaser, not much has been said about James Rhodes/War Machine (Don Cheadle).
The character didn't see much action in "Avengers: Age of Ultron" (2015) and did not appear at all in "The Avengers" (2012). This time, however, Iron Man's loyal friend is reportedly taking on a bigger, "more intense" role that will be "pivotal" to the "Civil War" story.
AMC theaters across the U.S. will be showing a limited theatrical release of "Providence," a modern day retelling of an old-fashioned love story that is sure to warm hearts this Valentine's Day weekend.
The silent cinematic feature tells a love story that spans four decades and reveals how a lifetime of choices, mixed with chance encounters and divine intervention, leads one to their destiny.
The storyline follows the lives of characters named Rachel and Mitchell, two people who grow up together in the small town of Providence, Tennessee. Throughout their lives their paths keep intersecting, but misunderstandings pull them apart until tragedy brings them back together. more >>
The legendary Winter Jam festival is not only touring cities around the country this year, but a film featuring a behind the scenes tour will be in theaters in April.
The concert event will be featured in select movie theaters and will give fans a behind the scenes look at the biggest annual Christian music festival.
Over 600,000 people attended Winter Jam's 47 shows last year, breaking previous attendance records over the past 20 years. more >>