Zack Snyder Adds 3 More Actors to ‘Batman vs. Superman’ Cast

- 04-03-14Comics, Film Posted by James Daniels


Zack Snyder‘s highly anticipated Man of Steel sequel Batman Vs. Superman (as it is currently known) has just signed 300: Rise of an Empire‘s Callan Mulvey, Tao Okamoto of The Wolverine, and Oscar-winner Holly Hunter–best known for Raising Arizona, O Brother Where Art Thou?, and as the voice of The IncrediblesElastigirl.

For further details, you know what to do.  (more…)

Six New ‘X-Men: DOFP’ Featurettes For Your Consideration

- 04-02-14Comics, Film, Internet Posted by James Daniels


With the newest and, so it seems, most ambitious entry in the X-Men film franchise less than two months away, six new featurettes have been released in anticipation of X-Men: Days of Future Past‘s imminent arrival. These featurettes are a combination of set tours, interviews, and explanations of plot details–with snippets of actual film footage sprinkled here and there.

See more after the jump–and beware of minor spoilers:  (more…)

‘Dr. Horrible 2′ is Coming–Slowly But Surely

- 02-16-14Cool Stuff, Film, Internet, Nerd Culture Posted by James Daniels


Dr. Horrible’s Sing-A-Long Blog was judged by yours truly to be the nerdiest musical ever made. If you have not seen it, then look it up…NOW. It’s only about 45 minutes long–I’ll be here when you’re finished.

Aren’t you glad I made you do that? Want more? Of course you do. And while it’s old news that a sequel is in the works, there hasn’t been many updates from the filmmakers. Which is understandable, as Joss and Jed Whedon have been ridiculously busy as of late.

Follow the jump to read what Jed had to say to Entertainment Weekly about the further adventures of Nerddom’s favorite lovelorn evil scientist:  (more…)

‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ Starts Filming Today in South Africa

- 02-11-14Comics, Film Posted by James Daniels


Today – February 11, 2014 – marks the beginning of production for the second most anticipated sequel to be released in 2015. (If you don’t know what the first is–welcome to the internet! How was life under that rock?)  (more…)

Kevin Feige Raps About Ultron–Why Was He Chosen as ‘Avengers’ Sequel’s Main Villain?

- 01-08-14Comics, Film Posted by James Daniels


Kevin Feige, president of Marvel Studios, recently spoke to SFX Magazine regarding the highly-anticipated sequel to AvengersAvengers: Age of Ultron (after the jump). (more…)

Cameron Talks ‘Avatar’ and How it Will Be ‘Godfather’ Epic

- 12-16-13Film Posted by Adam A. Donaldson


So James Cameron is talking again about the Avatar sequels. You’d think with two years till the scheduled release of the first movie in the Avatar sequel trilogy that Cameron would be busier putting the whole thing into actual production rather than talking about it some more, but here doing more press. No big deal, because Cameron’s always got something interesting to say, and this time he kind of stepped in it when he dared to imply that his trilogy could be compared to The Godfather. I realize this isn’t as bad as if he were to say “the original Star Wars trilogy,” but it’s still quite a statement. (more…)

Thirteenth ‘Friday The 13th’ Joining 2015 Sequel Wars

- 11-27-13Film Posted by James Daniels


If you’ll recall, in June it was announced that Warner Bros would be trading away the rights to both the next Friday the 13th flick, and the sequel to the South Park movie for a portion of Chris Nolan‘s upcoming Interstellar to Paramount. A condition of the deal was that Paramount must produce and release an F13 sequel within 5 years. Soon after it was announced that a new Friday the 13th–with a found-footage angle (ugh) was in development…and then what happened?

Jack squat, that’s what–until now.


Lydia Deetz Could be Resurrected for ‘Beetlejuice 2′, Says Winona Ryder

- 11-19-13Cool Stuff, Film Posted by James Daniels


As Nerd Media has been eagerly reporting, Beetlejuice 2 is well on the way to being summoned forth into the land of the living. Star–and ONLY actor who could possibly play the “Ghost With The Most”–Michael Keaton and director Tim Burton have both essentially confirmed their presence.

(and please remember my use of the word “essentially” if/when this information is denied/disproved)

Now it appears Winona Ryder is following suit.  (more…)

Michael B. Jordan Could Co-Star in ‘ID4′ Sequels

- 09-26-13Film Posted by James Daniels



Friday Night Lights, The Wire and Fruitvale Station star Michael B. Jordan is reportedly under consideration by director Roland Emmerich for a role in his Independence Day follow up: ID Forever, Part 1

The Wrap reports that the actor (who is also being eyed for the new Fantastic Four reboot, AND–allegedly–Star Wars Episode VII) met with Emmerich, who liked him very much. While nothing has yet to be said regarding who Jordan would play, it seems likely he’d take on the role of Dylan–stepson of Will Smith‘s Capt. Steven Hiller (who reportedly will not be returning for the sequels). Emmerich has previously suggested that Dylan would play a major role in the new films, which involve the aliens returning for some payback to an Earth that has been rebuilt with salvaged extraterrestrial technology.

ID Forever, Part 1 is scheduled for release in Summer 2015, though Emmerich has suggested it may get pushed back to 2016, to coincide with the 20th anniversary of Independence Day‘s release.

Source: /Film

Will Smith to Return for ‘Independence Day 2′ After All?

- 09-05-13Film Posted by NickBungay


It’s been seventeen years since aliens invaded America and were welcomed to “Earf” by the fist of Will Smith and the computer talents of Jeff Goldblum in Roland Emmerich‘s Independence Day. With a sequel, the brilliantly named sequel Independence Day 2, announced this past June you would expect the starring cast to return, but right from the start Emmerich confirmed Smith would not be coming back.

Well, it now appears that Emmerich might have convinced Smith to return. In an interview with Digital Spy, the ID director said he’s arranged a meeting with Smith about hopefully reprising his role in the sequel saying:

“I sometimes say no, Will Smith will not be in it because he didn’t want to do it at first. Now we have a meeting planned, we want to talk about it again. Anything can happen,”

He’s not lying there. Independence day ensured Will’s credit as an action star after his work in Bad Boys and it would be a bit of a shame not to see him return for the sequel. Even if he were to return in a smaller, possible cameo role towards the middle or end of Independence Day 2 it wouldn’t feel right to not have him included.

What do you think of the possible return?

Source: Coming Soon