Looks like Justice League could be even more closely tied to Man of Steel than we thought.
Looks like we won't really know the truth until the movie comes out.
We've already heard a boatload of rumors about who could lead Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy, but are these the big names Marvel wants to bring the funny?
Viewers of the Walking Dead TV series know by now that the zombies aren't the bad guys—they are simply an incredibly troublesome part of life. They don't act with malice, they just are. But readers of Robert Kirkman's comic know that there's a true villain on the horizon. So who will play Walking Dead's Big Bad, the Governor?
Remember a few days ago, when we all got a bit excited at the prospect of the surviving members of Monty Python reuniting to make a sci-fi farce called Absolutely Anything? Apparently, it's time for a dose of "not so fast."
He's at it again! Matt Smith sure does like to work everyone up into a fever over how much longer he'll play the Doctor. This time it was at the National Television Awards that our young Mr. Smith got everyone into such a tizzy.
There aren't a lot of movie stars who can boast the kind of brawn that Thor star Chris Hemsworth is packing. He's a big dude, definitely the kind of guy you'd think twice about messing with. But rumor has it that's just what Twilight sparkler Robert Pattinson did.
It was reported just the other day that director Pete Travis had been dismissed from the Karl Urban-starring Judge Dredd reboot, and that writer-producer Alex Garland was running the show. But a joint statement from the two aims to put a stop to the rumor mill.
A rumor popped up today regarding director Christopher Nolan using VFX—and VFX only—in the final scenes of The Dark Knight Rises. This is one of those rumors which, if true, could get some to worry about the film's quality. Could TDKR end the way Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy ended?
Marvel has set the bar high when it comes to superhero team-up films, what with The Avengers ready to make superhero movie history next year, which leaves DC to play catch-up with its own strategy of combining big name characters into one film project.