All is quiet on the "Walking Dead" front — unless you know where to look.
Even though season four doesn't premiere until October, AMC and the "Walking Dead" team are hard at work on bringing the record-breaking zombie series back to life. Indeed, the season premiere has already snatched up a title: "30 Days Without an Accident," according to TV Line.
A new season four banner has also premiered, which you can check out in full below.
There's no way to get into this one without talking SPOILERS, folks — whether it's just a rumor, or it turns out to be legit, we're talking about a big one.
So, if you want to stay clear of any and all possible "Amazing Spider-Man 2" spoilers, now's your time to take a hike.
Seriously. Last chance. SPOILERS AHEAD.
The growly voice we need, if not the one we deserve, isn't coming back.
Speaking with Entertainment Weekly, Christian Bale has confirmed that his days suiting up in Batman's cape and cowl are behind him. In other words: there will be no "Justice League" for the Oscar winner.
"I have no information, no knowledge about anything. I’ve literally not had a conversation with a living soul," the actor said. "I understand that they may be making a Justice League movie, that’s it."
Once upon a time, after everybody's favorite S.H.I.E.L.D. agent died in battle during "Marvel's The Avengers," fans across the world spread the message "Coulson Lives" on city streets, and all over the web.
Well, let's just say that the movement worked, and it's gotten a little bit bigger.
Coulson will indeed return in "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," and the House of Ideas is pulling out all the stops to promote the show. What once was a simple "Coulson Lives" message spray-painted on a wall just got significantly more powerful — with a full-fledged S.H.I.E.L.D. logo stamped on a Los Angeles billboard.
It's up, up and away for Superman at the box-office.
After three weeks in theaters, "Man of Steel" has soared to a domestic total of $248.6 million, after landing in fifth place this past weekend with $20.8 million added to the pile. The Henry Cavill-starring superhero flick was just $5 million shy of beating "White House Down," Sony's action flick that debuted to a meager $25.7 million.
But that's not all: "Man of Steel" has stirred up $271.7 million in foreign grosses, bringing its worldwide tally to $520.3 million. That's a big result for the comic book icon, and a sure sign that fans want to take a look at the greater DC Cinematic Universe. Bring it on, WB!
Go to MTV News for more box-office analysis.
Ron Perlman isn't giving up on Big Red.
Perlman and director Guillermo del Toro have long held out hope for "Hellboy 3," a means of finishing off their planned trilogy with world-ending consequences. Though there's still no official movement on the project, Perlman gave a very positive update to EmpireOnline.com about where he stands on the threequel.
Here's how Perlman put it, according to Empire:
"The Wolverine" is just weeks away from release, and ahead of its theatrical debut, Fox has rolled out a new featurette that explains what Logan's doing in Japan.
"The beginning of our story takes place in World War II. It's Nagasaki, it's panic — bombs are about to drop everywhere. That's where Logan meets the young Yashida; he saves his life," Hugh Jackman explains in the new featurette. "Some sixty years later, the young Yashida has grown up to be one of the most powerful businessmen in Japan. He sees in Wolverine someone who has the ability to live, but doesn't necessarily want it."
"Do you have someone you want to avenge? Or maybe just a killer idea for a super-identity? If so, it's time to get off your ass, put on your cowl, and kick people square in the balls."
So says Battle Guy, one of the founding members of Justice Forever — the superhero team at the heart of "Kick-Ass 2."
Ahead of the "Kick-Ass" sequel's release, Universal is launching a new viral campaign centered on Justice Forever, rolling out videos featuring the super-team's premiere members doing their best to recruit fans to the cause.
Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch speeding onto the path of Earth's mightiest heroes is no small thing. The super-siblings are "a huge part" of Joss Whedon's planned "Avengers" sequel, according to the filmmaker himself.
That's the word from Whedon in a new interview with CraveOnline.com. The "Avengers" writer and director also spoke about Quicksilver appearing in "X-Men: Days of Future Past," Bryan Singer's return to the "X-Men" films, a completely separate universe than the world established in the Marvel Studios films.
Put bluntly: Whedon is completely ignoring what Singer is doing.
Even "Man of Steel's" biggest detractors have to give it this much: Krypton looked cool. And it looked cool because of talented folks at Weta Digital, like visual effects supervisors Dan Lemmon and Joe Leterri.
Weta's work is on full display in a new behind-the-scenes "Man of Steel" featurette that was posted on Wired.com today. It delves into the technology and aesthetic of Krypton, which relies on in-movie technology the Weta team referred to as "liquid geo."