When it comes to the original X-Men trilogy of films, majority of fans believe that the quality of the films only went down when the third film, The Last Stand, came out. There are various discussions and articles about the problems with the franchise at that point, but the consensus is that it’s a poor(…)
Jesse Eisenberg’s casting as Lex Luthor in the upcoming Batman vs. Superman film was met with criticism by many fans of the franchise, with the negative feedback only second to Ben Affleck’s casting as the Dark Knight (although the recent leak of the actor in costume seems to have allayed many fans’ fears, at least(…)
Warner Bros has just announced the release date for the Harry Potter franchise spin-off film, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. According to the announcement, the film will be coming to the US on November 18, 2016. Additionally, it was revealed that it will be the first in a newly-planned trilogy of spin off(…)
It seems like Aaron Taylor-Johnson has his plate full of projects recently. Fresh off Kick-Ass 2, he’s also included in Avengers: Age of Ultron and got a lead part in Godzilla. Now, it’s been confirmed that he will be featured in the upcoming big screen adaptation of 50 Shades of Grey, by the film’s director(…)
Now that ABC has already greenlighted a new TV series based on Marvel’s Agent Carter, the official synopsis has been released online, giving everyone a glimpse of what they can expect from the show story-wise. As previously announced, the series will follow Peggy Carter after the events of Captain America: The First Avenger, with the(…)
While Ridley Scott’s Prometheus was a divisive film, in the sense that the people who loved it are as vocal as the people who hated it, there’s one thing that both sides can agree on: Michael Fassbender’s David was one of the best characters in the story. In a recent interview with Collider.com, the actor(…)
Almost a year ago, Troma announced that they were in talks with Arnold Schwarzenegger for an appearance in the Toxic Avenger remake, but it seems like the talks have hit a bit of a speed bump, with Schwarzenegger himself choosing to keep mum about the film because it hasn’t been approved.
Technically, a solo Hulk movie has been done before, if you don’t have any problems considering the Edward Norton movie as having occurred in the same universe occupied by the current crop of Marvel films (shouldn’t be much of a stretch, at least when compared to the Ang Lee Hulk film.) but those who really(…)