The new reboot for "Spiderman" will be ushering in a high-school aged Peter Parker when the remake makes its entrance in theaters in 2017.
Sony has announced its confirmation that their "Spiderman" reboot will feature a teenaged Peter Parker, who'll be introduced as a high-school student when the film opens on July 28, 2017.
The new incarnation of a teenaged Peter Parker as "Spiderman" will first be introduced in Marvel Cinematic Universe's "Captain America: Civil War" in 2016, followed by a solo movie for summer 2017. more >>
Rumors have emerged "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" may introduce audiences to iconic villain, Red Hood.
"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" will be showing in theaters on March 25, 2016, and fans of the Justice League characters from the DC Comics universe are speculating whether DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. plans to bring in iconic bad guy, Red Hood.
Producers didn't intend the film to be a standalone, and audiences should expect an addition of villains to the franchise, which may include Red Hood, who may make his entrance in "Batman v Superman" when the film opens next year. more >>
Recent casting news for the upcoming fourth installment of Marvel's "Iron Man" indicates that franchise mainstay Gwyneth Paltrow will return once again to take on the role of Tony Stark's (Robert Downey Jr.) right hand woman and lover. However, the fourth film could be the character's last appearance in the big screen feature.
Venture Capital Post said that Miss Potts is likely to die in "Iron Man 4." VCP pointed out the numerous near-death incidents that the character faced, but this time her luck will run out.
"With a new and old villain rumored to be returning for the fourth franchise of the Iron Man movie, Pepper Potts lifeline might actually reached its end," they speculated. more >>
Despite its average performance in the U.S. box office when the first film "Need for Speed" came out last year, the movie is still being considered for a sequel.
According to a report in Cinema Blend, this may very well happen if Dreamworks Studios, the rights owner of "Need for Speed," will strike a deal with three Chinese companies Jiaflix, China Movie Program Channel and 1905 Pictures to make "Need for Speed 2." These are the same companies who helped Paramount Pictures sell "Transformers: Age of Extinction" in China, amounting to $330 million in gross sales.
The 2014 film only earned $43.5 million in the U.S., but its foreign sales were a bit different. It earned $159 million overseas, including a whopping $66 million in China alone. According to the report, this is the main driving force why these Chinese companies are wanting to buy into the franchise. more >>
Ed Skrein has just signed on to play the villain Ajax in "Deadpool," which also stars Ryan Reynolds in the titular role.
"Game of Thrones'" original Daario Naharis actor, Ed Skrein has just been confirmed to play the villainous Ajax in the Marvel Comics movie adaptation of "Deadpool."
Skrein took to his Twitter account Tuesday and posted a photo of Ajax's movie chair, captioning it "#deadpool #ajax That's all!!!" more >>
Josh Whedon has revealed to audiences that "Avengers: Age of Ultron," won't be featuring a post-credit scene unlike the previous films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
"Avengers: Age of Ultron," which is due to open at North American theaters May 1, is going a different direction than its predecessors by taking out the usual post-credits scene audiences have come to expect from a Marvel superhero movie.
Marvel head, Kevin Feige and the film's director, Whedon were trying to come up with ways to top the epic shawarma scene that postscripted "The Avengers," but decided to take another path based on what they felt to be true and right. more >>