Are you going to see Marvel and Disney's Captain America: The Winter Soldier for the first time -- or maybe the second -- this weekend?
The Hollywood Reporter spoke with Russell Earl, VFX supervisor at Industrial Light + Magic, about some of the most challenging work on the film, which has already brought in $170.6 million domestically.
The pairing of a demonic interdimensional worm and George Lopez might not seem immediately obvious, but the comedian and talk-show host's Travieso Production Company has paired with the recently launched IDW Entertainment to bring the horror comedy Wormwood to television screens.
With the release of X-Men: Days of Future Past just over a month away, three more videos promoting the movie have appeared online to give some more information on what happens in the movie, and how high the stakes are for mutantkind.
The three videos, part of a cross-promotional campaign called “Take Control of Your Future” with Norton by Symantec, feature Hugh Jackman, Ellen Page and other actors from the movie explaining what happens to set up Days of Future Past.
When the sequel to Man of Steel is released in 2016, it'll mark the first time that DC Entertainment's trinity of big names -- Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman -- have appeared in live action together. That moment of movie history isn't lost on director Zack Snyder, who calls it "kind of epic."
Throughout his 20-plus-year career in comics, Warren Ellis has become known for his ability to take existing characters and concepts and find new spins on them almost as much as for his original works like Transmetropolitan, RED and Global Frequency. His short run on Iron Man informed Shane Black's Iron Man 3 and his current Moon Knight series at Marvel is gaining critical and fan plaudits the character hasn't seen in decades.
Bryan Singer, director, producer and writer of more than two dozen productions including the X-Men films, was accused Wednesday in a federal lawsuit of having sexually abused a 17-year-old boy at estates in Los Angeles and Kailua, Hawaii where firearms, drugs and alcohol were present. The alleged conduct took place in 1999 and included rape and other physical force and forced intoxication with cocaine, including at "sordid parties," according to the highly graphic lawsuit.
While Sony has announced plans to build out its Spider-Man franchise to support the Sinister Six and Venom, it’s too early for the studio to add any post-credit cameos from those characters to next month’s Amazing Spider-Man 2. Instead, the studio did the next best thing: added a post-credit sequence from another non-Marvel Studios Marvel property, Fox’s X-Men: Days of Future Past.
Relativity has won a bidding war to acquire the life rights to a woman and her family who are believed by some to be the victims of demonic possession.
Starting in 2011, Latoya Ammons and her three children experienced strange incidents in their home in Gary, Ind., as well as bizarre and dangerous episodes during which the kids began levitating, strangling one another and speaking in growls and deep voices with no recollection of having done so.
Siblings Wendy and Lizzie Molyneux are being tapped to write Hot Stuff for DreamWorks Animation, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively.
Hot Stuff is based on the classic comic character Hot Stuff the Little Devil published by Harvey Comics starting in 1957. He was part of Harvey’s lineup that included Casper the Friendly Ghost and Wendy the Good Little Witch. (Harvey was also behind Richie Rich.)
If the one-minute glimpse behind-the-scenes of Marvel’s next big thing during Tuesday’s screening of Agents of SHIELD on ABC wanted to tell fans anything, it’s that Guardians of the Galaxy isn’t going to be just another Avengers-style movie in space.
The tease intercuts already-released footage from the film with the main cast talking about how special the movie is, with Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige leading the way by saying that it takes the Marvel cinematic universe “to the next level.”
Damien Wayne may have died in last year’s Batman, Incorporated #8, but that doesn’t mean Batman will be without a Robin for his 75th-anniversary year. This July sees the release of Robin Rises: Omega, with writer Peter Tomasi stating emphatically, “we are most definitely bringing back a Robin for Batman’s 75th anniversary.”