Got a bone to pick with "The Dark Knight"? The folks at CinemaSins did, and they put together a video highlighting everything they found wrong with Christopher Nolan's second Batman movie in just four minutes.
How did no one notice the Joker driving through a hole in a bank in the middle of Gotham City? Where did the Tumbler come from when it drives into that parking structure to capture Scarecrow (again)? And how did the Joker perfectly time the bombs to go off with Harvey Dent and Rachel when he had no idea when the other events surrounding his capture would take place? Don't expect any answers in here, but instead for the "sins" against "The Dark Knight" to pile up.
Clevver Movies tracked down newly cast X-Man Booboo Stewart and attempted to find out who the actor is playing in "X-Men: Days of Future Past." Stewart was tight-lipped, of course, but did express his excitement and enthusiasm for the project, saying "It's a dream come true, really. It's pretty incredible. I can't even explain the feeling that I have for this right now." Stewart called director Bryan Singer a "cool guy" and mentioned that they got to hang out for a few days.
The most revealing fact that Stewart revealed is that he's gained 50 pounds since January, and he is sporting much longer hair than normal. While we previously had Stewart pegged for Sunfire, the bulking up and long hair combo seems pretty Thunderbird-ish to us. Thunderbird was on our short list for inclusion in the latest X-Film, so this would be a pretty exciting development.
"Hart of Dixie" actor Cress Williams tries his hand at the oath scene from 2011's "Green Lantern" in this new video from The Hollywood Reporter. The new web series lets actors recreate scenes from films they'd wish they'd been in, and teases an upcoming entry on "The Dark Knight." So how does Cress Williams compare to Ryan Reynolds?
I'd say that this is a strong enough performance to forget everything about Hal Jordan and give fellow Green Lantern John Stewart a go, because Williams nails it. At least get the man a voice acting gig as Green Lantern, because everything about this video is right.
The "Ant-Man" test footage that director Edgar Wright screened at last year's San Diego Comic Con was shown again at the Best of BUG event in London. This time, one audience member came prepared. In the bootleg footage, we get a great glimpse at Wright's vision of Ant-Man, which we have to say is pretty on-the-money.
Not surprisingly, the bootleg footage has been yanked from YouTube. Marvelous News, however, has the footage embedded via a foreign video hosting service (so foreign that your trusty editor cannot figure out how to embed it here). Check it out before it's taken down again!
And if you're out of luck with the actual footage, there's always this incredibly accurate storyboard recreation, embedded below.
It's been a while since we last saw Helena Bertinelli, a.k.a. the Huntress, on the streets of Starling City; eight episodes to be exact. Last we saw her, Helena had completed her transformation from loving daughter to deadly anti-hero with Oliver Queen showing her the ropes of vigilantism. It's no wonder she's still out for justice, especially with her mob boss father still at large.
Earlier this week, the CW released a behind-the-scenes featurette giving us an inside look at tonight's episode of "Arrow" entitled "The Huntress Returns." However, the Huntress isn't the only one making a huge comeback. Oliver Queen's nightclub, which burned down at the end of episode ten, will also apparently be taking center stage in tonight's episode, complete with a very special guest star: Grammy nominated producer, DJ Steve Aoki!
MTV News caught up with Peter Dinklage on Monday at the "Game of Thrones" premiere in Los Angeles. After answering questions about Tyrion Lannister, Dinklage was confronted with a question about another character he's rumored to play: Bolivar Trask. The actor joined Bryan Singer's "X-Men: Days of Future Past" in February as one of the film's as-yet-unrevealed antagonists. MTV Geek has an EXTREMELY reliable tip pegging Dinklage as Bolivar Trask, inventor of the Sentinels.
Check out MTV Geek for more info on Dinklage and Bolivar Trask.
Not many actors have pulled double duty in superhero films. With both the Punisher and Thor's pal Volstagg on his resume, Ray Stevenson is one of the few. The actor talked about both of his alter egos in a quick interview with Red Carpet News TV. When asked about reprising the role of Frank Castle, last seen in 2008's "Punisher: War Zone," Stevenson said: "I'd love it. And if the fans want it and if Marvel gets behind it, yeah, I'd jump on it."
"I saw Christopher Eccleston on set two or three times. The man is just a consummate sort of, malevolent, dark force. He's under so much make-up that took hours and hours [to apply]. It takes a lot, but he's bringing something very, very dark and special to it."
If you've been waiting for Earth's Mightiest Heroes to be rechristened Earth's Mightiest Morphin Avengers, then wait no longer (also, that's a very specific thing to wait for). One fan has re-edited "Marvel's the Avengers" to perfectly line-up with the original opening credits of "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers," because they just had to, okay? It's pretty spot-on, and surely hits the nostalgia button for every Marvel fan born in the mid-to-late 80s.
If this exists, then surely a mash-up of the Avengers with "Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers" can't be far behind.
Everyone's favorite armored Avenger will be landing in theaters soon. For those of you that want just a little more "Iron Man 3" before its May 3rd release date, check out this new promo for TCL Multimedia. The thirty-second spot mixes a couple new seconds of footage with a lot of the material we've become friendly with through the previous trailers: Tony in the snow, Tony at the impromptu press conference and Mandarin making an exquisite mess of Tony's house. Check it out below:
"The Walking Dead" returns to the Prison in the upcoming episode "This Sorrowful Life" after focusing on the drama at Woodbury in "Prey," and new promos for the episode show that it will focus on Merle, Merle, Merle. Despite his many apologies to those he wronged in the Prison crew, the one-handed Dixon brother is still walking on thin ice.
In addition to the promo, which can be watched after the jump (and are obviously full of spoilers for those of you not caught up on the intense season), two new clips from "This Sorrowful Life" have also been released. Between the three looks into next week's "The Walking Dead" episode, it becomes clear that Merle isn't the only one who should be watching his back. Michonne could be in trouble as well as Rick seems pretty convinced that giving her up to the Governor will make all of his problems go away.
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.