This new TV spot for "Iron Man 3," courtesy of Comic Book Movie, confirms with real moving pictures what we've previously only read about. And we gotta say, it's pretty awesome. For loads of new "Iron Man 3" footage, including some shots that really clarify what could be the central plot of the film, watch the new TV spot below!
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Deadline has reported that Robert Redford, probably the most iconic actor alive today, is in talks to star in "Captain America: The Winter Soldier." So, you know, how cool is that? That's literally the extent of the information Deadline has to give, but it's a rumor with big enough ramifications that we have to report on it and, obviously, have to start wildly speculating about. Who could Robert Redford be playing in the already jam packed "Captain America" sequel?
You can't have a comic book movie without a couple of cameos from the creators. In fact, Stan Lee's probably the most bankable actor in the world if you consider his cameos in nearly every Marvel film. While "Kick-Ass 2" skewers a lot of super-tropes, this is one trope that it's proudly embracing. New photos from the set of the film's epic battle (glimpsed in the film's trailer) show Mark Millar and John Romita Jr., two of the men behind the "Kick-Ass" comics, ready to rumble. The photos constitute mild spoilers, if you want to be kept in the dark about each creators' "Kick-Ass" makeover.
Nicolas Cage gained comic book fame as the lead character in two Ghost Rider films, but the actor actually came close to portraying the Man of Steel in the never-produced film "Superman Lives." With a script by Kevin Smith and visionary director Tim Burton behind the camera, the film was set to show the world a decidedly different take on the iconic character. The lost Superman film would have been released a decade before Bryan Singer's "Superman Returns" and almost a decade after Burton's game-changing first "Batman" film.
Cage spoke with MTV News about the lost Superman epic and about the Kickstarter campaign to further examine "Superman Lives."
It's finally here — your first official look at "Kick-Ass 2" has arrived!
MTV News has debuted the "Kick-Ass 2" red-band trailer, your first extended look at the superhero flick directed by Jeff Wadlow and produced by Matthew Vaughn. Based on the comic book penned by Mark Millar and illustrated by John Romita Jr., "Kick-Ass 2" continues the story of Dave Lizewski, your every day comic book nerd who just so happens to fight crime on the side. Aaron Taylor Johnson, Chloë Grace Moretz and Christopher Mintz-Plasse are all back for the sequel, followed by a bunch of newcomers including Jim Carrey as Colonel Stars and Stripes.
Click on to see the "Kick-Ass 2" red-band trailer and the official one-sheet. Needless to say, the trailer is not safe for work, so proceed with caution!
That said, I am the first to admit that it's not a movie for everyone. Its 17% fresh rating on RottenTomatoes.com says it, too. With that statistic in mind, perhaps it's not surprising to hear that Cage is done making "Ghost Rider" movies.
"I think the ship has sailed on that one," Cage told MTV News at the recent press junket for "The Croods," his new animated movie from Fox and DreamWorks Animation. "At least with me involved."
The new "Iron Man 3" trailer is here! More Tony Stark! More Mandarin! And more suits of armor than you can possibly imagine! (Actually, you can probably imagine more, but let's be happy for what we already have — it's a lot!) Check it out below:
Starring Robert Downey Jr., Don Cheadle and Gwyneth Paltrow, "Iron Man 3" soars into theaters on May 3, 2013.
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"I got way further than I'd ever imagined I possibly could," he told MTV while promoting "Upside Down," his new movie opening March 15. "As you get further and further down the line, you start caring about it more and more. The competitiveness in you starts kicking in. But I was amazed I'd gotten as far down the line as I did."
It might be time to stop poking fun at DC's planned "Justice League" movie. If a new report pans out as outlined, Warner Bros.' answer to Disney's Marvel Studios epics is very serious indeed.
El Mayimbe at Latino Review reports that Christopher Nolan is in talks with WB to godfather the DC Universe to the big-screen, not unlike his role on Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel." If a deal shakes out, Nolan would produce "Justice League" along with Snyder. Snyder might even direct the film, according to Mayimbe's report.
What's more, Mayimbe reports that Christian Bale is being courted to resume his role as Batman, despite the fact that he and Nolan retired the character in "The Dark Knight Rises." According to the report, Bale could share the screen with Henry Cavill in a "World's Finest" team-up flick ahead of "Justice League."
Splash Page welcomes Ed Tadem to our cover artist family (our custom-designed theme up top). Currently working on the forthcoming "Avengers" animated series, Tadem's work can also be seen in the "Jackie Karma" issues of Image's "'76," and in "Pop Gun, Volume 1." Ed Tadem can be found online at EdTadem.com.