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Drago’s Son Cast In The “Creed” Sequel

Standing at 6'4" and weighing 245 pounds, 27-year-old Romanian boxer Florian 'Big Nasty' Munteanu has been cast in the role of the son of Ivan Drago (Dolph Lundgren) in the upcoming sequel to the "Rocky" spin-off film "Creed" according...

More Details On The “John Wick” Series

On Friday came word that Starz was moving forward with "The Continental," the upcoming TV series set in the same universe as "John Wick". Speaking with Slashfilm after the panel, Starz's President of Original Programming Carmi Zlotnick...

“Edge of Tomorrow 2” May Be Liman’s Next?

Fans of "Edge of Tomorrow" (aka. "Live. Die. Repeat") will be happy to hear today that the follow-up to Doug Liman's 2014 sci-fi action film starring Tom Cruise is finally looking like a real possibility after years of rumors. Speaking...

Aziz Ansari Responds To Recent Allegations

Comedian and "Parks and Recreation" star Aziz Ansari has responded to a report on Babe.net of sexual misconduct by a 23-year-old photographer he took out last September. In that report, the anonymous woman alleges Ansari aggressively pressured her to perform...

Shankman Offers “Enchanted” Sequel Update

Appearing at the Television Critics Association panel for YouTube Red series "Step Up: High Water," filmmaker Adam Shankman was on hand and briefly discussed the in-development sequel to Disney's 2007 hit "Enchanted". Shankman is set to direct the film,...

“Emoji Movie” Makes History In Saudi Arabia

In the wake of a 35-year-old ban on cinemas in Saudia Arabia being lifted, the reported first film to screen in the conservative Islamic kingdom since its repeal has been revealed - it was "The Emoji Movie". Reuters reports that...

Lifetime Plans Prince Harry & Meghan Movie

Cable network Lifetime is reportedly prepping "Harry & Meghan: The Royal Love Story," an upcoming telemovie chronicling the relationship between Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle, who announced their engagement in November. The film will examine the history from...

Hulu Nabs “March of the Penguins” Sequel

Hulu used their Television Critics Association press tour event to announce they have picked up "March of the Penguins 2: The Next Step," a sequel to the smash hit 2005 documentary feature. "March of the Penguins 2: The Next Step"...

“Superman: Red Son” Animated Film Talk

With the release of "Batman: Gotham By Gaslight" next weekend on Digital HD, the project marks one of the first animated adaptations of a "Batman" 'Elseworlds' title. Should it be a success, animation legend Bruce Timm already has...

First Trailer For “The Handmaid’s Tale” S2

Hulu has announced an April 25th premiere date for the second season of its award-winning original drama series "The Handmaid's Tale" along with releasing a first look trailer. The thirteen-episode second season will be shaped by Offred's pregnancy and her...

Wahlberg Donates His “Money” To Time’s Up

Last week came a major story with the reveal that Mark Wahlberg was paid exorbitantly more than his co-star Michelle Williams for the reshoots on Ridley Scott's "All the Money In The World" - him receiving a $1.5 million...

Misconduct Scandals: Lee, Ansari, Kramer & More

It has been a very busy weekend on the sexual misconduct scandal front with numerous new names being caught up, and other earlier ones being expanded upon with fresh allegations. Arguably the most surprising was the reveal by former "Buffy"...

Cruise Films M:I-6 Stunt In Central London

The last bit of filming on "Mission: Impossible 6" is underway ahead of its late July release. Tom Cruise has once again been back in action, this time performing a stunt on the roof of the Blackfriars station...

Early “Panther” Estimates Revised Upwards

Early box-office estimates for Marvel Studios' "Black Panther" have been revised upward with Box-Office Pro now reporting that the film is targeting a $120 million domestic opening weekend - making it the largest first standalone Marvel film to date...

DC’s “Hitman” Possibly Coming To TV?

A TV series adaptation of Garth Ennis and John McCrea's cult 1993 comic "Hitman" is potentially in the works. DC Chief Geoff Johns revealed at a panel (via CBR) over the weekend: "We are talking about hitman" when asked about...

“New Mutants” Being Reworked To Be Scarier?

On Thursday came the news that three of the upcoming "X-Men" films are being shifted around on FOX's schedule with the most notable news being the delay of Josh Boone's "The New Mutants" spin-off which was pushed back almost...

A Fourth “Expendables” On The Way?

Sylvester Stallone took to Instagram this weekend to tease that a fourth installment of "The Expendables" looks to be on its way. Stallone posted a photo of himself, Jason Statham, and Randy Couture in a previous film along with the...

Starz Chief On “American Gods” Future

With the departure of showrunners Bryan Fuller and Michael Green and actress Gillian Anderson from the series, the future of Starz's "American Gods" remains uncertain. The network's CEO Chris Albrecht commented on the ongoing saga at the Television...

Tarantino Wants Pacino For His New Film

Quentin Tarantino is reportedly seeking Al Pacino for a role in his upcoming film set in 1969 and dealing partly with the Manson Family murders. Leonardo DiCaprio was locked in for a role in the project earlier this week and...

“Dynamite” Cancelled & “Liar” Renewed

Netflix has decided not to move forward with more episodes of "Lady Dynamite," opting not to renew the comedy series for a third season. No reason was given for the decision. "Lady Dynamite" was co-created by Mitchell Hurwitz and...

TV News: Outlander, AMC, Catch-22, Rule

Outlander Starz president Chris Albrecht says fans of "Outlander" shouldn't worry about the show's future. Currently in production on a fourth season, Albrecht hints the plan is to continue with a fifth and sixth (and potentially beyond) seasons. The story...

“Cosmos” Returning For A Second Season

Four years after the first season aired in 2014, The National Geographic Channel and Fox have ordered a second season of its revival of the science documentary television series "Cosmos". Neil deGrasse Tyson returns as host of the series, Carl...

Owen Joins, Others Up For “Gemini Man”

Clive Owen is in talks to join Will Smith in the Ang Lee-directed "Gemini Man" for Paramount Pictures and Skydance Media. First set up at Disney in the 1990s, the story centers on an ageing assassin who tried to get...

Quick News: Shazam, Stan, Glass, Lowry, Eli

Shazam Warner Bros. Pictures has confirmed that David F. Sandberg's upcoming "Shazam" film, based on the DC Comics title, has scored an official release date of April 5th 2019. The film, which will also be shown in IMAX, has that...

Huston, Hernandez Join “Mr. Mercedes” S2

Jack Huston ("Ben-Hur") and Maximiliano Hernandez ("Sicario") have joined the second season of AT&T Audience Network's breakout series "Mr. Mercedes" which begins production next month in South Carolina. The first season followed demented killer Brady Hartsfield (Harry Treadaway)...

The New “Halloween” Begins Filming

Blumhouse Productions has announced that production has officially begun on the upcoming new "Halloween" film with the first photo from the set below. Jamie Lee Curtis reprises her iconic role as Laurie Strode, who comes to her final confrontation with...

“Walking Dead” Gets A New Showrunner

AMC has announced that the #1 show on television for the last six seasons, its zombie drama "The Walking Dead," has been renewed for a ninth season to premiere later this year. Additionally, current showrunner Scott M. Gimple is being...

TV News: Gotham, CBS, Luther, Condor, Who

Gotham Cameron Monaghan's Jerome, his precursor to The Joker on "Gotham," returns for the mid-season premiere of the fourth season of "Gotham" and now executive producer Danny Cannon has revealed a couple of new images of the actor in character....

Bob Odenkirk Really Is A “Nobody”

Bob Odenkirk ("The Post," "Better Call Saul") will develop, produce, and star in the action thriller "Nobody" for STXfilms. Odenkirk would play a man who comes to the defense of a woman being harassed by criminals, only to learn later...

Trailers: Skin, Ghost, Braven, 84, You & More

Cold Skin The first trailer is out for Xavier Gens' new film "Cold Skin" which is set in 1914 and follows a young Irishman (David Oakes) sent to a remote island in the South Atlantic to work as a meteorologist...