Bryan Singer, always a bit of a tease, has once again taken to Twitter to post some tantalising images. This time we see a plain wall, plastered in the headshots of his cast, or at least some of the cast. On the wall we see a lot of familiar and expected faces, along with some new and/or unexpected ones.
Well, now that was fast.
MTV are reporting that Shailene Woodley has already wrapped up her work as Mary Jane Watson on Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man 2. They go on to say that she already ditched the red hair and is starting work on her next role, Neil Burger's Divergent.
Warning: May contain spoilers.
Former WWE star Dave Bautista has joined Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy in the role of Drax The Destroyer, the green, hulking head-breaker of Marvel's strangest super-team.
Pepper Potts may not be as famous as Lois Lane or Mary Jane Watson, but she is every bit as important as Iron Man's better half. Her role was severely reduced in Iron Man 2 (one of many problems with that film) and while her scenes in The Avengers were strong, they were brief. It seems Marvel have every intention of correcting this mistake for Iron Man 3, not only boosting Pepper's screen time, but also her importance to the story.
Warning: May contain mild spoilers.
Some rather sweet new images have been released from the set of The Amazing Spider-Man 2. They show Emma Stone and Shailene Woodley as they film their first scene together.
I love Kick-Ass.It was a lively, lightly subversive slice of extreme superhero action, It was also an incredibly well made action movie; each action scene was handled with focus and hard-driving energy. Matthew Vaughn made what often felt like a punk rock superhero movie.
This months edition of Total Film is starting to do the round, and they've released an official image of the cover, showing off Henry Cavill's Superman and Amy Adam's Lois Lane.
This week, undoubtedly, belonged to Iron Man 3. Several new posters and a barnstorming second theatrical trailer got everyone talking about Marvel's premiere metal-based superhero. Today, Chris Cooper looks back at the trailer and breaks it down...
A little bit of background for you all: I thought Iron Man was a great film. Not the strongest 'final boss', but a well-written and fun start to the Marvel Movieverse. It's possibly still my favourite Marvel film. Iron Man 2 has grown on me, and suffers from trying to do a bit too much. Still, a good film, if not a high point.
Judging by this trailer, Iron Man 3 blows both out of the water. Shall we break it down? I'll spilt it into categories and let you know what I noticed after a few viewings.
If you have been or will ever be involved in a superhero movie, you can expect to field questions about said movies until the day you die; Ben Affleck's last rites will be performed by some neckbeard with a burning question about a Daredevil sequel.
Nicolas Cage got a taste of this strange, annoying phenom while promoting The Croods, Dreamworks Animation's latest, when Collider asked him about a possible third Ghost Rider movie.
Very occasionally there comes a comic book movie which it takes me a while to get around to watching. One such case is X-Men: First Class, which I've finally watched tonight after never getting around to it until now. How can a guy who writes a comic book movie column have not seen First Class until now? Well, aside from some pretty major changes to my lifestyle and available free time and cash, I kinda didn't want to. I hate prequels and reboots. HATE THEM.