The third installment to the new "Amazing Spider-Man" film franchise starring Andrew Garfield has been pushed to a 2018 release but a spin-off title called the "Sinister Six" has taken its place in the 2016 slot. It is still unclear on whether Andrew Garfield will star in the spin-off as his contract only allows him to appear in three Spider-Man films.
There are a plethora of rumors surrounding both films like Emma Stone's return to the film, despite her character's (Gwen Stacy) death in the second film. Also, there are rumors that Andrew Garfield's Spider-Man will make an appearance in the "Sinister Six" but will die, making way for a new Spider-Man in the third film.
Regarding the return of Emma Stone, it has already been made clear by Director Marc Webb that the character is gone for good. The complications surrounding the actress' return owes itself to multiple versions of the Spider-Man universe, where she could return as a clone, as Spider-Woman, as the villain Carnage, or most probably as herself only in flashbacks and in Peter's dreams. more >>
The much-anticipated sequel to Joss Whedon's all-star superhero film is now in its post-production stage and an official synopsis from Marvel Studios has already been revealed. Now fans are wondering when they could get a legitimate glimpse of the semi-finished project. According to the latest reports, they won't have to wait that long.
As reported, "Avengers 2: Age of Ultron" is scheduled for release on May 1, 2015 in North American theaters. Its promo trailers, according to Screenrant, can be expected to arrive around November.
In their report, they cited Russian website FilmPro (via CBM) indicating that the first trailer for "Avengers 2" will likely run before Nolan's upcoming sci-fi film "Interstellar" is released on Nov. 7. more >>
Marvel Studio's "Guardians of the Galaxy" was indeed a huge hit this summer. Surpassing the original Iron Man, GOTG become Marvel's third highest-grossing movie to date. Considering that big success, it's no surprise that there will be a "Guardians of the Galaxy 2."
Co-screenwriter Nicole Perlman confirmed the sequel saying it is indeed "going to happen" and that James Gunn would also return to be its helmer, according to Variety.
Following the San Diego Comic-Con 2014, GOTG producers announced that the sequel is currently in the works. In fact, Gunn told Film Divider that there are already "documents written up" for the installment's story and characters. more >>
For those who can't just get enough of the Twilight series, Lionsgate announced that there will be new short films created around characters from the saga.
The Hollywood professional organization Women in Film, crowdsourcing platform Tongal, as well as "Twilight Saga" author Stephanie Meyer penned a partnership with Facebook for a new "multiphase" social media contest.
The competition, as Lionsgate Films announced, will chose a group of aspiring female filmmakers to have the chance to direct a series of short films that are based on the characters from Meyer's "Twilight" universe but not necessarily feature any film cast members. more >>
The fourth installment of the popular science fiction adventure series Jurassic Park is yet to hit the theaters next year but fans of the movie franchise are still hankering for some updates. Here's what we've found out so far.
Just recently, director of "Jurassic World," Colin Trevorrow, took to his social media to post a photo of what seems to be a road sign that is tipped over and is covered with leaves.
In a report by Metro, they indicated that the direction of which the sign was toppled over was in fact intentional. It is actually pointing towards the East Dock on Isla Nubar that Dennis Nedry (played by Wayne Knight in the first JP film 1993) had knocked over as he tried to escape. more >>
20th Century Fox released the full length trailer for Ridley Scott's "Exodus: God and Kings" on Wednesday, revealing Christian Bale in the powerful role of Moses.
The brand new sneak peek is set to Coldplay's "Midnight" and introduces the story with the tagline: "When men ruled as Gods, one was chosen to change the world." Moses, portrayed by Bale, is seen growing up alongside Pharaoh Ramses, played by Joel Egerton, before their lives take very different turns. The film, inspired by the Bible, also stars Sigourney Weaver, Ben Kingsley, "Breaking Bad" star Aaron Paul, Ben Mendelsohn and John Turturro.
"The year of your birth there was a prophecy that our leader would be born to liberate us, that leader is you," a slave tells Moses. "After 400 years of slavery, things here have become much worse. As your brother you must set them free." more >>