Disney CEO Bob Iger graces the cover of the new issue of Fortune, but Star Wars fans might be more intrigued by what's behind him on the magazine's cover: the first close-up image of the new Millennium Falcon from the upcoming J.J. Abrams-directed Star Wars film, The Force Awakens, set to hit theaters in December 2015.
Ever since Sony Pictures co-chairman Amy Pascal's hacked email inbox recently showed a January 2014 message that read "Idris should be the next bond," a frenzy of 007 speculation has greeted the Luther actor.
In a knowing response to the presumably numerous Twitter queries, the actor wrote a breezy note on Saturday.
It would have been a difficult year to have lived on the fictional Earth guarded by Superman, Batman and the rest of the Justice League. It started off being ruled with those heroes' evil duplicates from a parallel world having taken over, and ended with a major metropolitan city closed down because of an airborne plague that scientists could barely understand — not to mention the alien invasion this summer that stole everyone's brain (literally). Just imagine the holiday letter from someone on this world.
There is absolutely no escape from disaster if you live in the New York City of the Marvel Universe. In 2014 alone, its recovery from last year’s alien invasion has been hampered by multiple invasions, large-scale fights and/or incursions from beyond this year.
If there’s one thing showrunner Steven Moffat wants fans to know about this year’s Doctor Who Christmas episode, it’s that it will be appropriately festive — as you might expect from a show that brings Peter Capaldi’s Time Lord face to face with Santa Claus for the first time.
Fans will have to wait until 2018's Avengers: Infinity War Part 1 to find out what Thanos' endgame is when it comes to the Infinity Stones, but if that seems too far away, the erstwhile House of Ideas has a special holiday gift for you: Santa Thanos. No, really.
Star Trek 3 will beam into theaters on July 8, 2016.
Fast & Furious franchise director Justin Linwill direct the third installment in the Paramount Pictures, Bad Robot and Skydance Productions franchise. He takes the helm from J.J. Abrams, who is directing the new Star Wars film Star Wars: Episode VII — The Force Awakens.
A Beetlejuice sequel is something that fans have hoped for pretty much since the release of the first movie. Now director Tim Burton is here with a holiday gift, saying that the second film is “closer than ever.”
AMC's The Walking Dead companion series has found its female lead.
Following an extensive casting search, Gone Girl and Sons of Anarchy alum Kim Dickens will co-star in the prequel series from Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman and showrunner Dave Erickson, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.