Marvel is ready to hype Avengers: Infinity War now, so go ahead and start cramming your wallet into your phone, laptop, smart refrigetor, whatever. More »
Considering they have no less than 20 movies coming out at a time, Marvel gets the prime time-slot in Comic-Con’s Hall H where this year they wheeled out the entire cast of The Avengers: Age of Ultron – minus pregnant ScarJo – after an awkwardly brief Ant-Man panel. And if you’re wondering how to tell… More »
There are exactly four Sin City books worth reading: The Hard Goodbye (Originally titled Sin City), A Dame To Kill For, The Big Fat Kill, and That Yellow Bastard. After that begins the frothing, batshit descent into insanity of the once great comic legend known as Frank Miller. Three of those four were already covered… More »
[Insert Batman talking in a Boston accent here. It’ll be hilarious.]
When Ben Affleck was announced as the new Batman in Zack Snyder’s sequel to Man of Steel, the Internet was, well, the Internet. And understandably so considering Daredevil was a fiery shit into comic book fans’ long boxes – *brushes dust off… More »
So forget Tyler Hoechlin. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Warner Bros. is going for a grizzled, older Batman to take on Henry Cavill’s Superman, and the list is already getting out of control. So here’s everyone already being considered plus some from Lainey Gossip, Batman On Film and my own hopes and dreams. Although, before… More »
Apparently there’s more than just talk of slave labor in The New Yorker’s 28-page Paul Haggis interview/Scientology expose. Josh Brolin also contributes an anecdote about turning to the church out of desperation, only to realize everyone in it is fucking crazy after seeing John Travolta try to heal Marlon Brando with his hands. No, really. More »
Seen here promoting Jonah Hex at Comic-Con Friday, Megan Fox admitted she’d love to taste Zac Efron during a press junket for Jennifer’s Body, according to Access Hollywood:
And while her character, a girl possessed by a demon is a literal man-eater, Megan said there’s one real-life guy she’d like to bite into.
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Heath Ledger has cinched a posthumous Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor in The Dark Knight which, surprisingly, did not garner a Best Picture nom nor Best Director nom for Christopher Nolan. I blame Katie Holmes. Look what you did!