As reported yesterday, Game of Thrones' Jason Momoa is in talks to join the 2015 follow-up to Man of Steel -- but whom will he play? Names like Doomsday and the Martian Manhunter have been thrown around, but as the recent addition of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman -- and the rumored inclusion of the Flash -- demonstrate, everyone in the DC superhero universe appears to be up for grabs. Here, then, are five other possibilities for Momoa's superheroic debut.
If every episode of Fox's Family Guy prompts thoughts along the lines of "I wish I could hang out with the Griffins and their friends all the time," get prepared for Christmas to come early this year: Twentieth Century Fox announced today that it is teaming with game company TinyCo to create a new Family Guy game for mobile devices.
Jason Momoa is in negotiations to join the cast of the untitled Batman-Superman movie being made by Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter.
Zack Snyder is directing the Man of Steel follow-up, which is quickly turning into a who’s who of DC superheroes as Momoa joins Henry Cavill as Superman, Ben Affleck as Batman and Israeli supermodel and relative newcomer Gal Godot as Wonder Woman.
It sounds like some kind of movie math problem: "[Mila Kunis + Channing Tatum] x The Wachowskis = ?" The answer, of course, is Jupiter Ascending, next year's science fiction movie from the creators of The Matrix and directors of Cloud Atlas -- although, judging from the newly released first trailer, the answer "something that looks completely awesome" would also be accepted.
How soon is NOW!? The answer, it might surprise some, turns out to be "sooner than you think," with Marvel Comics releasing a free digital preview of seven of its "All-New Marvel NOW!" titles today, weeks -- and, in some cases, months -- ahead of the series' official release.
Godzilla is coming -- and ahead of this week's premiere of the first trailer for the Legendary Pictures reboot of the monster movie franchise for American audiences, the studio has launched a new website for the in-universe "M.U.T.O. Research" organization, which contains two videos offering sneak peeks at what's to come.
Having already brought The Walking Dead and DC/Vertigo's Fables to pixelated life, video game company Telltale Games today revealed that it is turning its attentions toward Westeros, with the announcement of a new episodic game based on HBO's Game of Thrones series.
John Rood, currently the executive vp sales, marketing and business development for DC Entertainment -- and one of the most public faces of DCE following the comic division's "New 52" superhero relaunch in September 2011 -- will be leaving the company at the end of the year, DC Entertainment has confirmed to THR.
The other shoe has finally dropped. Disney and Paramount have come to an agreement over the other big franchise most people connect with Lucasfilm: Indiana Jones. More important than the actual deal, however, is what's implied by the terms -- that we'll be seeing another Indiana Jones movie before too long.
Having kept the Internet safe for almost ten years via the Decoder Ring Theater and MonkeyBrain Comics, the Red Panda -- the fearless protector of Toronto in the 1930s -- is making the leap into the analog world with a new print collection from IDW Publishing in 2014.
Tis the season to rethink whether or not Khan should've been named in advance of Star Trek Into Darkness, apparently; after director J.J. Abrams said that perhaps the decision to keep the character's identity secret ahead of time was more trouble than it was worth, Khan himself -- actor Benedict Cumberbatch -- has weighed in on the subject.