A billionaire with a sideline in superheroics, facing off with a patriotic icon over ideological differences in a major movie due out next year? It has to be Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice — or Captain America: Civil War. A new video gently pokes fun at the similarities between the two movies.
The Avengers: Age of Ultron hype machine is clearly gearing up, with Robert Downey Jr. unveiling a new poster for the movie spotlighting his Iron Man character on Twitter and teasing … something eight days from now.
History comes alive in an unexpected manner in Past Aways, a new Dark Horse Comics series from creators Matt Kindt (Mind MGMT, Unity) and Scott Kolins (The Flash), and The Hollywood Reporter has an exclusive look at pages from the first issue.
Fans who signed up to join the Marvel Collector Corps earlier this year will have a special surprise waiting for them when they receive their first mystery box in April: an exclusive variant of the first issue of the publisher’s new Guardians Team-Up series with a cover making its debut at The Hollywood Reporter.
DirecTV, in partnership with A24 Films, is in negotiations with Main Street Films to pick up U.S. rights to the Hailee Steinfeld-starrer Barely Lethal.
The film, which also stars Samuel L. Jackson and Jessica Alba, follows a 16-year-old (Steinfeld) trained assassin who runs away to live a normal high school life, only to discover that fitting in isn't as easy as she would have hoped.
Although the property has been around for 20 years, the world has never had a "grim" version of the formerly Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers — until now. But while this new take isn't an officially sanctioned Saban product, that doesn't mean it's merely a fan film, as the presence of Battlestar Galactica's Katee Sackhoff demonstrates.
Earth’s Mightiest Heroes are under siege in the newly released poster for this summer’s Avengers: Age of Ultron, with Captain America, Iron Man et al surrounded by a host of flying robots — although not all of them are definitely bad guys.