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Warner Bros made a major announcement this morning regarding its upcoming DC superhero comic book adaptation, led by the news that Ezra Miller has been cast as “The Flash,” with his own solo movie coming in 2018. The studio also confirmed previously rumored films like “Suicide Squad,” solo “Wonder Woman” and “Aquaman” films and announced a reboot of “Green Lantern.” The first film to follow “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” which kicks off the new DC cinematic universe, will be “Suicide Squad” in 2016. That film is about aRead More
christian-madsen
Five months ago, the first installment of Veronica Roth‘s best-selling “Divergent” trilogy finally hit the big screen. Not only did Neil Burger‘s film cross the $100 million mark at the box office, but it also introduced the general public to a group of up-and-coming young actors — such as Shailene Woodley, Miles Teller, Theo James, and Ansel Elgort — with bright futures. Among those up and comers is Christian Madsen, a 24-year-old who calls veteran character actor Michael Madsen his father and Oscar-nominated actress Virginia Madsen his aunt. “Divergent” fansRead More
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After months of speculation, an official list of cast members for “Star Wars: Episode VII” was finally announced earlier this week. Although we still don’t know what kind of characters the cast will play, nor the official title of the film, it has also been confirmed that the Expanded Universe storylines and characters will not be part of the story. That pretty much leaves an empty canvas full of possibilities. Until we receive any hint of the plot, here are 7 things that we want to see in “Star Wars:Read More
mean-girls
Hard to believe it’s been ten years since “Mean Girls.” While that arguably iconic teen movie has made an indelible mark on pop culture and hell, even the way we speak (I know, right?!), we definitely have not been hurting for quality teen movies in the decade since. It’s hard to say if any of the movies on our list were directly or indirectly influenced by Tina Fey and Mark Waters’ hilarious yet spot-on satire of female friendships in high school, but each of them are memorable and worth yourRead More
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The “Star Wars: Episode VII” cast has finally been announced, with some expected and unexpected names. Oscar Isaac, John Boyega, Adam Driver and Domhnall Gleeson are among the names we’ve heard of, while Daisy Ridley appears to be the unknown who has landed the female lead role previously linked to Lupita Nyong’o. Here is the official release: The Star Wars team is thrilled to announce the cast of Star Wars: Episode VII. Actors John Boyega, Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, Oscar Isaac, Andy Serkis, Domhnall Gleeson, and Max von Sydow willRead More
justice-league
It’s been common knowledge for months, but Warner Bros have made it official and announced that a “Justice League” movie is in development, and will likely immediately follow “Batman vs Superman,” the still untitled sequel to “Man of Steel” that will see Henry Cavill aka Clark Kent welcome some familiar faces. Ben Affleck has been cast to play Bruce Wayne/Batman and he should have a significant role in the now-filming “Batman Vs Superman,” while Gal Gadot will play Diana Prince aka Wonder Woman, who is rumored to have a smallerRead More
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Shailene Woodley narrates the life and philosophies of Hazel Grace Lancaster, the lead of Josh Boone’s highly anticipated adaptation of John Green’s “The Fault in Our Stars,” in the newest trailer released for the summer tearjerker. Woodley’s Hazel is a cancer survivor at the ripe old age of 17 and the future’s looking bleak, but enter Ansel Elgort as Augustust Waters, and suddenly things are looking up. The two banter their way through support group, falling in love (the way you fall asleep) and even into Europe, where they seekRead More
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On the biggest day of WonderCon 2014, movie studios brought their A game and their most exciting new footage to show off from upcoming tentpole pictures. “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” continued to tell of the struggle between apes and humans, new YA franchise hopeful made its presence known a la “The Maze Runner” and there was even the very first footage anywhere shown of Matthew Vaughn’s latest comic book adaptation, “Secret Service,” which came close to winning the day, but that title has to belong to GarethRead More
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Rumors have abounded for months, and we even picked our Top 10 wishlist, but today, the 67th Cannes Film Festival has announced its 2014 lineup – and although it’s high on European fare, there are still to come great inclusions for Hollywood’s rising stars. The biggest stars on the Croisette this year will be “Twilight” actors Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, who will be back at the festival following their debuts at the festival in 2012, and in competition in “Map To The Stars” and “Sils Maria,” respectively. The films’Read More
chloe-moretz
April 10, 2014 UPDATE: Our scoop has been confirmed by The Wrap and Moretz is in final negotiations. Meet your new Cassie, “5th Wave” fans! The next potential YA franchise may have zeroed in on its leading lady. We have learned that Sony and director J Blakeson have offered the lead role of Cassie Sullivan in “The 5th Wave” to Chloe Moretz. The Rick Yancey book on which the film is based takes place in the wake of an alien invasion that wipes out nearly the entire human population. CassieRead More