Captain America next throws his mighty shield at audiences in "Marvel's The Avengers," but after that, Steve Rogers might be on ice again for a little while.
Speaking with The Playlist, actor Chris Evans revealed that he likely won't star in another "Captain America" movie until 2014 — news that potentially puts an end to the mystery surrounding the identity of one of two films Marvel Studios has on their calendar for that year.
"They may wait until 2014 until they release the next Cap," said Evans. "Marvel has a lot of balls in the air, they aren’t going to cannibalize their films.”
Will Frank Darabont's departure from "The Walking Dead" be a frequent point of conversation when "The Talking Dead" airs? I'm not sure about that, but it's nonetheless refreshing to finally hear some thoughts from the cast about how the show is doing without Frank.
Entertainment Weekly has an extensive new interview with several members of the cast and crew of "The Walking Dead," including newly appointed showrunner Glen Mazzara, who's already spoken out about the subject of Darabont's exit. But it's the first you'll hear from actors Jon Bernthal (Shane), Steven Yeun (Glenn) and Sarah Wayne Callies (Lori) on the topic, all of whom provide great insight into how they're dealing with the original showrunner's loss on and off the set.
“This will always be Frank’s show,” said Bernthal. “This is Frank’s creation, Frank is the heart and soul, and as far as I’m concerned he always will be. That might piss some people off to hear, but Frank is all over this second season.”
The search to replace Kenneth Branagh as the director of the "Thor" sequel could well be at an end, as Marvel Studios have reportedly set their sights on a real "Monster."
Reports are coming in that Patty Jenkins, best known for directing Charlize Theron to Oscar-winning glory in "Monster" as well as recently helming the pilot episode of AMC's "The Killing," is in early talks to fly to Asgard as the director of "Thor 2."
Remember that "Walking Dead" talk show that was rumored late last month? Well, guess what: it is officially on!
AMC has announced the launch of "Talking Dead," a live half-hour talk show focusing on all things zombified and apocalyptic. The program is set to make its grand debut following the encore of the October 16 premiere of the second season of "Walking Dead."
As previously rumored, Chris Hardwick is hosting the show, providing recaps and interviews with cast and crew, as well as fans and television enthusiasts.
"Kick-Ass" will most assuredly kick ass again — it's just a matter of who's doing the kicking, according to Mark Millar.
In a new interview, the "Kick-Ass" comic book creator strongly suggested that a sequel to the 2010 bloody action comedy is in development, but he conceded that the creative team might look a little bit different than the crew that brought the first film to life.
"Hopefully, we can use the same actors if and when we do a sequel, but getting Matthew [Vaughn] to direct or Jane [Goldman] to write a movie at this budget would be very difficult because they’re superstars now and they have projects of their own," he explained to Hero Complex. "I’d imagine, if this happens any time soon, that Matthew will produce and possibly co-write, like George Lucas did with 'The Empire Strikes Back,' and hire a new director."
Every hero has a beginning, and every hero has an end. For the purposes of "Batman: Year One," the next direct-to-video film from the DC Universe Animated Original Movies line, we're going back to start.
A brand new clip from "Batman: Year One," based on the critically acclaimed comic book run from Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli in the late 1980s, has arrived online via Comic Book Resources. And true to the spirit of the Caped Crusader, the clip reveals that criminals can never rest easy — not even during dinner!
Confession time, people: for better or for worse, I really loved "Prison Break."
Yes it was hokey, sure it went on a bit too long, and obviously the Panamanian prison season was completely ridiculous. But if you stuck with the Fox drama for the duration — or even if you only tuned in for the scattered episode here and there — there's no way you can deny the raw power of Robert Knepper as Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell.
A rabid animal of a man, T-Bag would manipulate and mutilate anyone or anything standing between him and freedom, with only one hand, razor sharp wit and psychosis like you wouldn't believe. The ruthless combination made for a thoroughly deplorable character, yes, but an eminently watchable one as well.
So with my love letter to Mr. Knepper and his fantastic performance as T-Bag out of the way, it gives me great joy to share the news that the "Prison Break" star — who also had a memorable role as villainous tectonic-controlling carnie Samuel on the final season of "Heroes" — has signed on for a part in "R.I.P.D.," the Dark Horse Comics adaptation from "Red" director Robert Schwentke.
"Captain America: The First Avenger" hits Blu-ray and DVD on October 25, packing a walloping punch backed up by behind-the-scenes featurettes and a full look at the second Agent Coulson-starring Marvel One-Shot, titled "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Thor's Hammer." But that's not all you'll get when Cap comes to town: you'll also get a new look at Earth's Mightiest Heroes.
A new trailer for the "Captain America" Blu-ray and DVD has arrived online, promising fans an exclusive sneak peek at "Marvel's The Avengers" along with the package. The trailer focuses quite heavily on the "Cap" goodies we're in store for, but doesn't leave us "Avengers" watch dogs completely empty handed, either.
"The Avengers" skipped out on Comic-Con in San Diego over the summer, but they were out in full force at the D23 Expo last month, and they'll assemble once again for New York Comic Con in October.
The official NYCC website has updated its panel listings to include an official presence for "Marvel's The Avengers," a title I'll never get used to typing out. Marvel Studios will unveil the panel on Saturday, October 15 at 6:30 PM in the IGN Theater of the Jacob Javits Center-based convention, with brand new footage and surprise appearances from unannounced guests promised as part of the package.
Up, up and away goes Superman, as the big blue boy scout and his companions are packing their bags for the great white north of Canada and, potentially, the Fortress of Solitude.
Director Zack Snyder is taking his latest movie, "Man of Steel," to Vancouver for its next phase of shooting. The new location is a familiar one for Snyder, who previously shot "Watchmen" and "Sucker Punch" in the Vancouver area. Now, the Canadian city is about to fly high with Superman — or "Autumn Frost," rather, which CTV News believes to be a code name for "Man of Steel."
According to the outlet, shooting will take place through January in various Vancouver locations including the district municipality of Ucluelet, which will reportedly "play the role of a small, Alaskan fishing village." Which begs the question… what is Clark Kent doing in an Alaskan fishing village?