American Assassin: Shiva Negar Talks About Training and Fun With This Action Film

Finally, a Vince Flynn movie on the big screen. CBS Films has adapted a long-awaited Vince Flynn novel into a movie with American Assassin. It features the origin story for the young Mitch Rapp as

Joseph Gordon-Levitt Is In Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Actors are often just much fans of a franchise as us. The main difference is that they have the ability to actually work their way onto these flicks in a credible way. In 2015’s Star

Daniel Dae Kim Replaces Ed Skrein In Hellboy Reboot

Cultural whitewashing and casting opportunities for Asian actors is a hot-button topic in Hollywood. Recently, two high-profile actors, Daniel Dae Kim (Lost) and Grace Park (Battlestar Galactica), exited CBS' Hawaii Five-O in June over a

How Daniel Craig Got In Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Slowly but surely, all the cameos present in 2015’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens are getting confirmed. Ever since the film hit theaters, there were rumors flying around that Daniel Craig played the role of

IT: Chapter Two – This Character In The Sequel Will Be Much Darker Than In The Book

By now, in case you haven’t noticed, IT has become an overnight sensation. The film made a metric buttload of money, exceeding the most conservative estimates twofold. At this point, the sequel is pretty much

Michael Keaton Discusses Why He Left Batman

For some (young) folks, the Batman they grew up with was Christian Bale, and for an older group, Adam West has that honor. However, for those ‘80s and ‘90s kids, our Batman was the one

Patty Jenkins Officially Signs On To Wonder Woman 2

In news that doesn’t surprise anyone, Patty Jenkins has officially signed on to direct Wonder Woman 2, Variety reports. Earlier this year saw the release of the long-awaited Wonder Woman. Despite facing a lot of

Nicolas Cage Calls Unmade Superman Movie ‘More Powerful’ Than Any Other Superman Film

It’s hard to believe now, but superhero films had a very difficult road to success. Up until 2008, most comic book movies tended to be pretty horrible experiences (with the Spider-Man, X-Men, and Batman films

First Blade Runner 2049 Clip Shows L.A. In Deep Decay

The original Blade Runner (1982) presented a dank, grim vision of Los Angeles in 2019, as imagined by the great sci-fi author Phillip K. Dick (based upon his novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?).

The Comic Source Podcast Episode 194 Len Wein Remembrance & DC News

In this episode;   Len Wein Remembrance & DC News   Imaginary Fiends - Tim Seeley & Stephan Molnar The Demon: Hell is Earth - Andrew Constant, Brad Walker & Andrew Hennessy Batman: