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Nabiyah Be Is Nightshade In “Black Panther”

Actress & singer Nabiyah Be has been revealed to be playing Tilda Johnson, aka. Nightshade, in Ryan Coogler's upcoming "Black Panther" feature at Marvel Studios. In the comics, Nightshade is a genius supervillain who first debuted back in the 1970s...

Marvel’s “Defenders” Gets Some Motion Posters

Netflix has premiered the official poster for "Marvel's The Defenders," the upcoming event series that combines the heroes of the four existing Marvel & Netflix shows. Matt Murdock/Daredevil (Charlie Cox), Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter), Luke Cage (Mike Colter) and Danny...

Trailer: Chadwick Boseman In “Marshall”

Open Road Films has released the official trailer for the Chadwick Boseman-led and Reginald Hudlin-directed true story tale "Marshall" opening October 13th. The "Black Panther" actor plays legendary attorney and Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall in a case in the...

Carnage, Kraven, Mysterio Coming To “Spider-Man”?

As part of a lengthy story exploring Sony's partnership with Marvel Studios, THR has offered up a couple of updates regarding the future of the "Spider-Man" franchise be it sequels, spin-offs and more. First up, Ruben Fleischer's "Venom" film starring...

“Transformers” Sequels Not Plotted Out Yet

While it serves as Michael Bay's swan song, one of the big selling points of "Transformers: The Last Knight" is that it marks that start of a mapped out future for the series - one in which numerous spin-offs...

Animated “Spider-Man” Scores Ali, Henry

Oscar winner Mahershala Ali ("Moonlight," "Luke Cage," "House of Cards") and Brian Tyree Henry ("Atlanta") have joined the cast of the animated "Spider-Man" film at Sony Pictures. Henry will take on the role of Jefferson Davis, the father of...

“Avengers: Infinity War” Costume Talk, Fun Photo

Production is continuing on Marvel's "Avengers: Infinity War" with actor Robert Downey Jr. sharing a new photo of himself and three cast mates having a lunch break - Benedict Cumberbatch, Mark Ruffalo, and Benedict Wong. All four are...

Harrelson, Costner Team On Netflix’s “Highwaymen”

Woody Harrelson and Kevin Costner are in early discussions to play veteran lawmen in Netflix's original film "Highwayman". The pair would play Frank Hamer and Manny Gault, former Texas Rangers who, at the behest of a consortium of banks, were...

The “IT” Film Is Officially Rated ‘R’

New Line and Warner Bros. Pictures' new film adaptation of Stephen King's iconic monster novel "It" has received an official R-rating by the MPAA - just as expected as director Andres Muschetti and producers have mentioned several times in...

Spurlock, Brockovich, Soechtig Team For Doco

Award-winning documentary filmmakers Morgan Spurlock ("Super Size Me") and Stephanie Soechtig ("Fed Up") are teaming with activist Erin Brockovich for the new documentary feature "The Devil We Know". The project looks at PFOA (aka C8), a synthetic chemical used to...

New Footage In “Blade Runner 2049” Featurette

Marking the 35th anniversary of the original's release, Warner Bros. Pictures has premiered a new featurette for Denis Villeneuve's highly anticipated sci-fi sequel "Blade Runner 2049" with the clip offering new looks at the practical effects, massive sets and...

Eighth “Saw” Retitled “Jigsaw,” Sets Date

Lionsgate has announced that the upcoming eighth film in the "Saw" horror franchise has been retitled. Originally dubbed "Saw: Legacy," the new film will now be called "Jigsaw" and has locked an October 27th release date. A teaser trailer...

“Apes” WETA Featurette Explores Its Effects

20th Century Fox have premiered a new featurette about Matt Reeves' "War for the Planet of the Apes" with this offering a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the motion capture and the stunning visual effects work by WETA. This third chapter in...

Critics Have Not Been Kind To “Transformers”

The critics have torn Michael Bay's "Transformers: The Last Knight" a new one with the new film posting the worst critical aggregate scores of the franchise. To see how they compare on Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic, here's the...

Ron Howard The New “Han Solo” Frontrunner?

The hunt for a new director on the "Han Solo" spin-off film is well underway at Lucasfilm and Disney with three names, including one favorite, already in contention. Heat Vision reports that Ron Howard has emerged as a favorite to...

Lord, Miller May Return To “The Flash” Film?

With directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller now out of the "Han Solo" spin-off film at Lucasfilm and Disney Pictures, an obvious question that suddenly arises is - what will they do next? One idea is that the pair will...

“Dunkirk” To Be Nolan’s Shortest Studio Film

Christopher Nolan's World War II action-drama epic "Dunkirk" will be quite different from his usual movies in one key way - runtime. The film reportedly runs just 107 minutes long, making it the shortest movie of his career after only...

New “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” Trailer Rated

A listing on the British Board of Film Classification website has confirmed that a new 91-second trailer for Rian Johnson's "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" has been classified with a PG and is being dubbed 'Trailer B'. The expectation is...

Director Re-Affirms “Dark Tower” Is A Sequel

"The Dark Tower" director Nikolaj Arcel recently spoke with IGN and re-affirmed that the upcoming film is a sequel to the Stephen King book series as opposed to a direct adaptation: "It is, in fact, a continuation. It is a...

Black, Roth Find A “House With a Clock”

Jack Black and "Hostel" filmmaker Eli Roth are teaming up to adapt John Bellairs' 1973 gothic horror children's novel "The House With a Clock in Its Walls" for Amblin Entertainment. The story follows a recently orphaned boy who moves in...

Lord & Miller Exit “Han Solo” Mid-Filming

In a shock turn of events, directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller have exited the still-untitled Han Solo movie which is currently in production. In a statement released by Kathleen Kennedy, president of Lucasfilm on StarWars.com, she says: "Phil...

Three Warners Execs Talk DC Films Future

Three major executives at Warner Bros. Pictures, who are effectively the heads of the DC Expanded Universe films from "Man of Steel" to "Wonder Woman," have sat down with Variety this week to talk the film initiative's future. Veteran...

A Kid-Friendly “Fantastic Four” Reboot Planned?

In order to keep the film rights to "Fantastic Four" without them reverting to Marvel, a new film based on the characters will have to be released sometime in the next few years but 20th Century Fox. Now, Bleeding Cool...

“Silver & Black” Director Talks The Film

While there's been reports about "Venom" this week, rising filmmaker Gina Prince-Bythewood is tackling the other "Spider-Man" spin-off currently in the works at Sony - "Silver & Black". The female-led superhero movie will revolve around Silver Sable and Black Cat,...

“Dog’s Purpose 2” Is A Go Thanks To China

Making headlines for animal abuse allegations earlier this year, the dog reincarnation family film "A Dog's Purpose" has proven something of a quiet achiever despite the critics dubbing it a woofer. Boasting only a modest budget, the film has pulled...

Chandler, Stoll To Join Chazelle’s “First Man”

Kyle Chandler will co-star and Corey Stoll is in talks to join Ryan Gosling in "La La Land" director Damien Chazelle's 1960s moon landing period piece "First Man" at Universal and Amblin Entertainment. Chandler will play Deke Slayton, the WWII...

Villeneuve Talks “Blade Runner 2049” Pressure

Arguably no filmmaker is under greater pressure this year than Denis Villeneuve. Coming off a string of critical successes, he's now facing the massive challenge of a sequel to one of the most famous movies of all time...

Jenkins Already Writing “Wonder Woman” Sequel

As part of an extensive interview about the future of the DC film universe, DC film chiefs Jon Berg and Geoff Johns have confirmed to Variety that "Wonder Woman" director Patty Jenkins is already working on a script for...

Duncan Jones Talks “Warcraft” Sequel Concept

It may be the most successful video game film adaptation of all time, but Duncan Jones' film take on the highly-popular game "Warcraft" isn't looking likely to get a sequel despite suggestions of the possibility last year. While there's still...

Mamet, Mangold Adapt Winslow’s “The Force”

"Savages" author Don Winslow's new NYPD police corruption novel "The Force" is launching today and, along with stellar reviews, comes word of a film adaptation already in the works. Talks are reportedly ongoing right now with Pulitzer Prize winning playwright...

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