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Jeremy Renner Hints at 'Captain America 3' Appearance for Hawkeye

Jeremy Renner Hints at 'Captain America 3' Appearance for Hawkeye

The possibility that Jeremy Renner's Hawkeye will show up in Marvel Studios' third Captain America movie has been floating around for some time, and in a new interview, the actor apparently confirmed it — and also backed away from the idea of the Avengers' favorite archer getting his own solo movie.

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Andrew Adamson Attached to Direct Golem Tale 'Breath of Bones' (Exclusive)

Andrew Adamson Attached to Direct Golem Tale 'Breath of Bones' (Exclusive)

Andrew Adamson, who directed two of the Chronicles of Narnia movies, is attached to helm Breath of Bones, an adaptation of the acclaimed Dark Horse Entertainment comics mini-series.

The three-issue story, later collected into a hardback graphic novel, was written by Steve Niles, a known name in the horror comic field (he created 30 Days of Night), and Matt Santoro. Artist Dave Wachter received a 2012 Russ Manning Award nomination for his gorgeous work.

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How Many Stormtroopers Will There Be in 'Star Wars: Episode VII'?

How Many Stormtroopers Will There Be in 'Star Wars: Episode VII'?

As everyone who’s seen Return of the Jedi knows, the Empire ends up defeated by the Rebels, and everyone lives happily ever after, right? Well, maybe not.

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University of Baltimore Announces Course Based Around Marvel Movies

University of Baltimore Announces Course Based Around Marvel Movies

For all those wondering just how Marvel Studios went from a hopeful newcomer with 2008’s Iron Man to making two of the most successful movies of the year with this summer’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Guardians of the Galaxy, don’t worry; the University of Baltimore has created a course that might explain that very thing.

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Marvel's 'Star Wars' Comic Book Plans Expand Beyond the Classic Trilogy

Marvel's 'Star Wars' Comic Book Plans Expand Beyond the Classic Trilogy

When Marvel announced the first Star Wars series since it regained the comic book rights to the franchise, one thing that fans noticed was that all three series were set between the original 1977 Star Wars movie and its 1980 follow-up, The Empire Strikes Back.

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Disney Picks Up Fantasy Script 'In the Land of Imagined Things' (Exclusive)

Disney Picks Up Fantasy Script 'In the Land of Imagined Things' (Exclusive)

Disney Studios is off to explore a new enchanted territory with In the Land of Imagined Things.

The studio has picked up the spec, written by Joe Henderson, that has Charlie Bean, a storyboard artist making his feature directorial debut with Lego movie Ninjago, attached to direct.

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Colin Firth Knocks Out People's Teeth in New 'Kingsman: The Secret Service' Trailer

Colin Firth Knocks Out People's Teeth in New 'Kingsman: The Secret Service' Trailer

Colin Firth has a very unusual way of dealing with thugs — yes, an umbrella is involved — in the latest trailer for the upcoming action flick Kingsman: The Secret Service

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'Gotham' Central: Five Questions About the Pilot

'Gotham' Central: Five Questions About the Pilot

If there was one thing we could learn from the first episode of Gotham, it’s that Jim Gordon’s name was Jim Gordon. No, really; the number of times someone said that man’s name in the episode bordered on the ludicrous. It’s not even that catchy a name; if I were one of the various ne’er-do-wells in Gotham City, I’d be much more eager to say “Harvey Bullock” over and over again. I mean, at least that has a rhythm to it.

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Steven Soderbergh Makes 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' Black-and-White to Highlight Spielberg's Genius

Steven Soderbergh Makes 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' Black-and-White to Highlight Spielberg's Genius

Steven Soderbergh really digs Raiders of the Lost Ark — and not just for the pulpy action or Harrison Ford one-liners.

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Is 'Jurassic World' Director's Latest Tweet A Sign of Things to Come?

Is 'Jurassic World' Director's Latest Tweet A Sign of Things to Come?

Attention, Jurassic Park obsessives! Director Colin Trevorrow has shared an image from the set of next summer’s continuation of the original dinosaur theme park disaster trilogy, and it features something that fans of the first movie might find a little familiar — and maybe just a little bit of a tease, as well

Autumn. pic.twitter.com/rbWVJHDtmy

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Marvel Exec Teases Comic Book Death of Deadpool

Marvel Exec Teases Comic Book Death of Deadpool

Wolverine may not be the only member of the extended X-Men family that Marvel Entertainment is planning to kill off. In a recent interview, an executive from the publisher dropped a hint that Deadpool would also be heading to the great superhero team-up in the sky.

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Bryan Singer Closes Deal to Direct 'X-Men: Apocalypse'

Bryan Singer Closes Deal to Direct 'X-Men: Apocalypse'

Bryan Singer is back in the X-Men director’s chair.

The filmmaker has closed a deal to direct X-Men: Apocalypse, the latest X-Men tentpole that follows on the heels of this summer’s X-Men: Days of Future Past, THR has confirmed.

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Simon Kinberg Explains the Time-Traveling Effects of 'X-Men: Days of Future Past'

Simon Kinberg Explains the Time-Traveling Effects of 'X-Men: Days of Future Past'

If the end of this summer’s X-Men: Days of Future Past made you wonder whether or not some of the previous movies even counted anymore, then executive producer and writer Simon Kinberg has an answer for you: Yes. Kind of.

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Hulu Orders J.J. Abrams, Stephen King Event Series About Kennedy Assassination

Hulu Orders J.J. Abrams, Stephen King Event Series About Kennedy Assassination

Hulu is in the Bad Robot business.

The streaming service has handed out a straight-to-series order for 11/22/63, a nine-hour event series from J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot Productions and based on Stephen King's 2011 novel, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

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