So the Fantastic Four reboot is going to start filming this summer, huh? Probably should start casting it RIGHT NOW.
One of Spider-Man's (and the Marvel Universe at large's) greatest foes has just been cast.
In the final, post-credit scene of The Amazing Spider-Man, Doctor Curt Connors comes face to face with a shadowy figure who may become the sequel's villain. But who could that villain be, and is Jamie Foxx the man to play him? Casting spoilers ahead!
With a bloody, pivotal scene coming down the pike, the producers behind HBO's Game of Thrones have put out one of the most unique casting calls in history to get the Red Wedding just right. Minor spoilers ahead!
After a career born on the indie film circuit, Jennifer Lawrence popped onto the mainstream radar with her memorable role as Raven in X-Men: First Class. Of course, that was before she became a bona fide star in The Hunger Games. But did you know she almost turned down the role of Katniss Everdeen?
With big bad Thanos poised to set the Marvel Cinematic Universe on fire in the near future, the comic character's creator has chimed in with his picks for who could play the Mad Titan on the big screen. Spoilers for The Avengers ahead!
Character descriptions are pretty common when casting for a TV show or movie, but the latest bit of casting news for FX's creeptastic American Horror Story shows just how wild the creators want to go in season two.
Zack Snyder's not done casting for Man of Steel. Sure, he's got Superman, Lois Lane, and Perry White, but what about Lana Lang? Apparently, Clark's Smallville sweetheart also gets some screen time in Snyder's Superman reboot.
It seems like every character on AMC's The Walking Dead is bound to end up as zombie lunch sooner or later, but some are clearly more vulnerable than others. Sometimes, the characters are too slow, sometimes they're too stupid, and sometimes the actors who play them get courted by another show.
Super-tough "Mother of the Future" Lena Headey, Sarah Connor herself in Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, might be going head-to-scary-helmeted-head with Karl Urban's Judge Dredd as another kind of mom in Dredd, director Pete Travis's reboot of the classic comic book scripted by novelist and 28 Days Later writer Alex Garland.