Bryan Singer, who directed the first two X-Men movies and is producing X-Men: First Class, is already hinting at the next chapter in the series, and what characters could step to the forefront.
We assume 20th Century Fox didn't debut the trailer for the upcoming X-Men: First Class during the Super Bowl because it didn't want the thing to get lost among all those superheroes like Captain America and Thor. But based on what we've just seen, it had nothing to worry about—because Marvel's mutants have blown us away!
Earlier today, we told you that Samuel L. Jackson was getting ready to screen-test with 5 actresses on Friday for the role of Nick Fury's new "sidekick" in director Joss Whedon's The Avengers. We now know the names of FOUR of those five actresses.
Image of the Day: X-Men family tree connects 52 Marvel mutants
Are you the kind of moviegoer who likes to know every little thing possible before heading to see a movie? Or the kind who doesn't want to know ANYTHING? We have no idea. So you'll have to decide for yourself whether or not to read what a guy who knows a guy who's already seen Thor has to say about it.
Everyone can exhale now. You know that story about Demi Lovato nabbing a role in the upcoming Avengers movie? Well, it's not true.
Marvel's movies have been telling one, long interlocking story, what with Iron Man and Captain America feeding into The Avengers, while DC's movies ... haven't. You might think this has been an entirely economic decision. Not so, said DC's Chief Creative Officer today.
Isaiah Mustafa (you know—that Old Spice guy) has said that he wants to be Luke Cage, if Power Man ever makes it to the screen. He wants to play Cage so bad that he showed up at the Marvel offices and DID play Cage in a mini-movie the comic-book company just released.
Marvel Studios' Kevin Feige has confirmed they're in discussions to have Johansson reprise her role as Natasha Romanoff for a stand-alone movie. Sexy ... or suspect?
Stan Lee begs the Academy to create an entirely new category for Best Cameo Artist.