Although Hugh Jackman‘s time as Wolverine appears to be coming to an end with Logan, 20th Century Fox‘s X-Men movie franchise looks like it may just be getting started. Collider reports that Simon Kinberg is in talks with the studio to write and direct the next X-Men movie, rumored to be titled “X-Men: Supernova”. Kinberg has been involved as a writer and producer of every X-Men film since 2006’s X-Men: The Last Stand. If he takes the director’s chair on the next X-Men movie, it will mark his feature film directorial debut. Continue reading →
There’s been some of negativity surrounding Ben Affleck’s upcoming new Batman film because of a rumor stating that the script has some “serious issues” and that the studio doesn’t care because the movie is going to make money anyway. That’s a terrible mentality to have, but I seriously doubt Affleck shares those beliefs because the guy only makes quality movies that he believes in, and I don’t think he is going to make a shitty Batman film.
Deathstroke actor Joe Manganiello was recently a guest on former pro wrestling announcer Mark Madden’s podcast and talked a little bit about Affleck’s take on the Dark Knight and why fans are going to love it. Continue reading →
With Deadpool 2 now in the works, rumors and speculations abound on which superheroes will be joining the Merc with a Mouth and the actors who will be playing them. The biggest discussion right now, of course, concerns gun-toting, time-travelling Cable, a role that several actors are already being considered, and even campaigned, for. Continue reading →
Entertainment president Channing Dungey was asked at the Television Critics Association’s semi-annual press tour in Beverly Hills on Thursday whether she wants a primetime series based on the franchise that’s owned by parent company Disney. Not only is she interested in such an idea, but she revealed there are ongoing talks to make it a reality. Continue reading →
Microsoft hasn’t said anything solid about plans for virtual reality on Xbox One, but other companies aren’t being quite so patient. NeoGAF user 00ich found that the E3 website has three studios and one other company currently registered under the Xbox One virtual reality games category: Maximum Games, Readily information Co. Ltd., Rebellion, and VR input company 3DRudder. Continue reading →
A sequel to the widely popular DC fighting game “Injustice: Gods Among Us” is coming March 2017. That’s if you believe the rumor from a French website which VG247 says has a source close to the game. The source reports that the game may even be announced ahead of E3. If announced, the game would be releasing for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Continue reading →
The Marvel Cinematic Universe continues to grow, both on the cinematic and TV sides of things, but there has been little to no crossover between the two so far, save for Agent Coulson having appeared first in The Avengers and then headlining “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” However, a new rumor is suggesting that the TV universe will be crossing over with the movie universe for the first time. Apparently, Marvel is considering bringing Wilson Fisk, aka The Kingpin from the Netflix series “Daredevil” into the first Tom Holland led Peter Parker solo flick, Spider-Man: Homecoming. Continue reading →
With Captain America: Civil War igniting the box office, many can barely contain themselves for the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War two-parter. At the same time, Marvel is also readying its Luke Cage series on Netflix for a late September release. With these stand alone Hell’s Kitchen Avengers shows carving out a niche for its characters, it was also recently announced that there will be The Defenders miniseries coming to Netflix. This will feature Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Iron Fist and the aforementioned Luke Cage. Continue reading →
It’s been a rough week for Marvel’s television properties, with the news that ABC would not only be cancelling the well-received Agent Carter due to its disappointing ratings, but also would be passing on the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. spinoff series, Marvel’s Most Wanted. And let’s not forget those comments from S.H.I.E.L.D. star Chloe Bennet, who told fans that Marvel doesn’t acknowledge the events of the series because the studio “doesn’t seem to care” about the show.
But now comes some good news, in the form of a new rumor about the future of Marvel’s Netflix offerings. Continue reading →