“I don’t know if an actor of African-American descent has been a part of a franchise as long as I have,” the 56-year-old actor told BuzzFeed News.
Also, what happened to everyone’s faaaaaaccceeeeeeees?!
Its estimated $58 million debut is only bigger than 2008’s The Incredible Hulk. Irony!
“I said, ‘Yeah! Ab-so-f***ing-lutely, I’ll go in and screw around for a day with Judd Apatow!’” the actor told BuzzFeed News.
Michael Fassbender, Olivia Munn, and Oscar Isaac sat down with BuzzFeed News for a lively — and sometimes raunchy — discussion about how they navigate fan expectations while creating flesh-and-blood characters.
It’s good news for fans of superheroes and bad news for fans of Game of Thrones.
Warner Bros. and director David Ayer released the footage that premiered at Comic-Con after it leaked online.
“From the studio that inexplicably sewed his f***ing mouth shut the first time, comes five-time Academy Award viewer Ryan Reynolds…”
So does Lex Luthor — and the origins of why Batman wants to take down Superman — in a dark extended look that debuted at Comic-Con.
Lightsabers! Ewoks! Fireworks!
“Star Wars is an important part of everyone’s history. It’s a beautiful thing to actually be involved in it,” newcomer John Boyega says in this new reel that debuted at Comic-Con.
At the Star Wars: The Force Awakens panel, of course!
Jennifer Lawrence says goodbye to Katniss, we get some Game of Thrones closure, the Justice League makes its debut, and Lady Gaga crashes American Horror Story: Hotel — it ~could~ all happen!
It will be Phil Lord and Christopher Miller’s first live-action movie since 22 Jump Street. May the Force be with them.
From Chris Pratt and Elizabeth Banks to Tomorrowland and Will Smith, here are the actors, filmmakers, and studios with reason to celebrate for the first half of the year — and others who may wish it was over already.
A year after an underage Hollywood sex abuse scandal dominated headlines, Amy Berg’s documentary about a pedophilia ring in the industry is finally making its way to theaters. But it was a maddeningly difficult road to get there.
The actor, best known for The Impossible and Wolf Hall, will likely first appear in Captain America: Civil War in 2016, and then in 2017 headline a new Spider-Man movie — which will be directed by Jon Watts.
En 30 ans le musicien américain a composé quelques unes des musiques des plus grands films de Hollywood, de Titanic à Avatar en passant par Braveheart. Il est donné pour mort mardi 22 juin après un accident d’avion.
For over 30 years, Horner — who died in a plane crash on Monday — composed grand, sweeping, Oscar-winning scores for everything from Avatar and Titanic to Field of Dreams and An American Tale.
The animated feature’s estimated $91.1 million domestic debut is the all-time biggest box office opening for an original film.