Previous rumors indicated that two-time Oscar nominee Viola Davis was being considered to play the part of Belle Reeve Prison's Amanda Waller in DC Universe's "Suicide Squad."
The Wrap reported that the "How to Get Away with Murder" star is now "nearing a multi-picture deal" with Warner Bros and DC Comics to suit up for a "key supporting role" in David Ayer's upcoming film "Suicide Squad."
With regards to the "multi-picture deal" aspect of the rumor, IGN.com speculated that Davis' Waller could serve as an overseeing character like that of Samuel Jackson's Nick Fury in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. more >>
The legendary "Batman" pioneer actor Michael Keaton has put all other Batmans in their places when he mentioned that he is not jealous or insecure of the next man to wear the "cape."
This started when Christian Bale revealed his secret insecurity upon seeing Ben Affleck wear the Batman cape.
"When I heard there was someone else doing it, there was a moment where I just stopped and stared into nothing for half an hour," Bale told Empire magazine. "I'm jealous of someone else playing Batman. I think I should have gotten over it by now." more >>
We are about a month away from the premiere of "Fifty Shades of Grey" but they have already given their fans a preview of what they are made of as the casts walked the runway during the 2015 Golden Globes ceremony.
Dakota Johnson wore a stunning silver slit gown with her hair down, reflecting the ease of her character in the movie. While she went alone, her co-star Jamie Dornan appeared with his wife Amelia Warner who was wearing a feathered crop white dress and Dornan was wearing a nicely tailored Louis Vuitton suit.
Meanwhile, "Fifty Shades of Grey" novelist E.L. James is reportedly excited for the movie premiere next month. more >>
Past "X-Men" movies have featured younger versions of the original characters. Fans have seen Mystique played by Jennifer Lawrence, Charles Xavier played by James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender as Magneto.
Now, the latest addition to the franchise, "X-Men: Apocalypse," is set to introduce younger versions of Cyclops, Jean Grey, and Storm, originally played by James Marsden, Famke Janssen and Halle Berry respectively. The actors who are vying for the role are Taron Egerton, Jamie Blackley, and Tye Sheridan for young Cyclops; Alexandra Shipp and Zendaya Coleman for young Storm, and Sophie Turner and Saoirse Ronan for young Jean Grey.
The news of younger versions of the three X-Men characters were confirmed when it was announced last year that the part of Jean Grey was being considered for actresses Chloe Grace Moretz, Elle Fanning, and Hailee Steinfeld, while Ben Hardy, Charlie Rowe, and Timothy Chalamet are being looked at for Cyclops. "Vampire Diaries" star Kat Graham was also mentioned to be up for the role of young Storm. However, Latino Report confirms that all those names were just the first round of names mentioned, and that the actors who were recently announced for the role are the ones who have actually auditioned for the film. more >>
After winning an award at the Golden Globes, Michael Keaton had something to say about family and values. He did not grow up with a lot of material stuff, and had a big family. But, what was most important was that his parents raised his family with love regardless of the situation.
Watching a celebrity get on stage and thank everyone who has been on this long journey with him, will bring you to tears. Never forgetting where he came from and who shaped him into the person he is today. A speech that was unexpected at this awards show and one that will warm your heart. Away from all the fancy dresses and glamour, this man's heart speaks to the crowd.
If you are a fan of his, this may make you like him even MORE. For all those that watched, were touched in a way which made them get up and thank the ones they love most. more >>
Kirk Cameron is expanding his latest film "Saving Christmas" into a special brand of coffee this month, releasing "Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas Blend" on Monday.
Available online nearly two months after "Saving Christmas" debuted in select theaters, the new coffee blend now offers Cameron's fans a chance to share a cup of joe with friends and family.
"Inspired by the timeless flavors of the classic mocha java blend, our limited edition 'Saving Christmas Blend' is a delicate balance of East African and Indonesian coffees," the website KirksCoffee reads. "The subtle sweetness of the Indonesian beans is intimately paired with robust earthiness of the African for a truly harmonious and memorable cup. It's meant to be brewed in large quantities and shared with friends and family." more >>