Ezra Miller has high hopes for The Flash film. Speaking with MTV News, Miller said he thinks the film will be “fun” and “deeply human.” In other words, the polar opposite of all the recent DC films we suffered through. Continue reading
In the comics, Flash Thompson was always a hulking bully who terrorized Peter Parker in high school. So when Marvel cast the scrawny Tony Revolori in the role, many people began to scratch their heads. I don’t mean scrawny in a negative way, but he’s nowhere near as large as the character who will eventually become Agent Venom. Continue reading
There’s still so much that we don’t know about director J.A. Bayona’s Jurassic World 2, but from everything we’ve heard so far, it sounds like he has a solid plan to bring us something awesome. We still don’t have any story details, but in a recent interview with CinemaBlend, the director revealed that that Jurassic World 2 isn’t only a sequel — it’s also Jurassic Park 5. He explains: Continue reading
Hasbro has revealed their line of Spider-Man: Homecoming action figures. There are a couple of 6-inch figures of Spidey, the villain Vulture, a Spider-Man car, and a couple playsets. The coolest thing in the collection is the Spider-Man action figure featuring Peter Parker’s homemade suit. This suit has been briefly teased in Captain America: Civil War and in the trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming because apparently, we’ll be getting a little back story on Parker before he meets up with Tony Stark and gets his new suit. This is our best look yet at Spidey’s early costume. It looks lie a bootleg costume you see in Times Square. Continue reading
Acting legend John Hurt — best known for his roles in The Elephant Man, Alien and the Harry Potter series — died on Friday after a battle with cancer.
The 77-year-old British screen star is survived by his wife of 12 years, movie producer Anwen Rees-Myers.
While a cause of death was not immediately given, Hurt had been suffering from pancreatic cancer, which he first revealed having in June 2015. Continue reading
Mary Tyler Moore, a pop-culture icon who became a torch bearer for the changing perception of women in television, died Wednesday, January 25, 2017, in a Connecticut hospital. She was 80.
“Today, beloved icon, Mary Tyler Moore, passed away at the age of 80 in the company of friends and her loving husband of over 33 years, Dr. S. Robert Levine,” said her longtime representative Mara Buxbaum. “A groundbreaking actress, producer, and passionate advocate for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Mary will be remembered as a fearless visionary who turned the world on with her smile.”
Moore had long suffered from diabetes. Continue reading