In case you've forgotten about July's comic book movie, here come new posters and a trailer to remind you that "The Wolverine" is coming. It's been almost two months since we got our first look at director James Mangold's ode to Chris Claremont and Frank Miller's classic Wolverine solo story.
Check out the new trailer, as well as posters featuring Viper and Yukio, below.
If you haven't seen "Iron Man 3" yet, then you should probably steer clear of this post. If you've made it this far without being spoiled, don't risk it today! For the rest of you, the film's screenwriter, Drew Pearce, talked candidly to io9, even addressing some of the gripes fans have had about the film.
Check out Pearce's quotes below to get a better picture of how "Iron Man 3" came to be.
Full disclosure: that's a one-man rumor that I cooked up for this article about working ol' hornhead into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. I took a wild shot, saying that O'Dowd could play Matt Murdock in that date scene, and then fell in love with the idea of the Irish comedian playing Marvel's most put upon hero. And O'Dowd didn't shoot the crazy theory down!
"There's a lot of talk of that," he says, nodding. "Maybe some contract talk." Check out the video below, which also includes the fantastic Aziz Ansari.
The character looks pretty much exactly as she did in "X-Men: First Class," even if the actress is now wearing a body suit instead of body paint. The suit looks great, as seen in the picture below; I can't tell the difference.
"The Amazing Spider-Man 2" has found itself yet another star. New Zealand actor Marton Csokas is reportedly currently shooting an undisclosed part in the film.
The Hollywood Reporter tucked the "Amazing Spider-Man 2" news away in a story about how Csokas has been cast as the villain in the upcoming Denzel Washington-starring adaptation of "The Equalizer." Fans probably know Csokas best for playing the role of Celeborn in "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy, or for playing Borias in "Xena: Warrior Princess."
Is it possible for a TV spot to be better than a movie's actual trailer? That's the case with "R.I.P.D.," whose new TV teaser does a better job capturing our interest than the trailer that was released last month.
There's plenty of new footage in this spot and it just seems to work better -- and feel like less of a "Men in Black" rip-off -- than what was previously released. Jeff Bridges and Ryan Reynolds seem to have some fun chemistry together, and it's nice that this TV spot plays up the comedy and action aspects of the film instead of just teasing its entire plot.
Following the epic finale to "Arrow's" first season, fans of the show will spend the summer coming up with theories as to just where the comic book show will go next. Executive producer Marc Guggenheim has now given fans a lot to go on, thanks to an in-depth postmortem conducted by TV Guide about the show's debut season.
The producer talks about everything from next season's overall theme to specific character motivations following the climactic events of last week's episode. Read ahead for a few of Guggenheim's revelations, but be aware that the season finale's big shockers are candidly discussed. So, spoiler warning.
A rumor started floating around last week that Marvel was going to give Jeremy Rennerthe axe, leaving some purple Hawkeye boots to either fill or throw in the closet come "Avengers 2." This news hit me pretty hard, seeing as how I'm a very vocal supporter of Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye (and Hawkguy in general). But now there's an unnamed source saying that rumors of Renner's departure were greatly exaggerated! Aw yeah! So who has this exclusive story? It's... Perez Hilton? Oh... okay.
Listen, nothing against Perez Hilton, this is just the first time in Splash Page's lengthy history that we've reported on a story from that site, only because our world's rarely ever meet. But "The Avengers" is a big deal, and Renner being ousted would be a big story for any pop culture site. So if Perez Hilton has an unnamed source saying that Renner's good to go, I'm happy to spread the word.
Okay, well, he's landed by now. In a picture tweeted by "X-Men: Days of Future Past" director Bryan Singer, X-newcomer Peter Dinklage can be seen studying what looks like a script alongside the returning director on a flight to Montreal. Singer says that they're reviewing "tomorrow's work," which means that Dinklage has started shooting his still mysterious role.
After years of searching and seemingly dozens of candidates, the reboot of "The Crow" finally found its leading man in "Fast and Furious 6" actor Luke Evans. And now that Evans has started promoting the latest "Fast" film, interviewers are jumping at the chance to ask him about his future leading role in Javier Gutierrez's reboot. Empire got to Evans first, getting a little bit of insight into what drew the actor to the role.
"It's a great script, really great script, a fantastic director - Javier Gutierrez, a Spanish director whose work is fantastic," says Evans. "We've been chatting about it for a while now. It's been sort of simmering away and I have a lot of passion for that role. I remember it vividly from when I was a kid. It still resonates to this day."
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.