Zack Snyder’s anticipated Man of Steel is steadily gaining interest. The trailers released showed a Superman we haven’t seen on the big screen, or TV for the matter. Snyder’s visual flair suits the epic scope of Superman; the intensity is there, and the charm remains intact.
At this point it comes as no surprise that director Bryan Singer continues to post photos from X-Men: Days of Future Past, a movie that brings together his X-Men films and the outstanding X-Men: First Class.
Karl Urban starred in Dredd, an entirely different version from Sylvester Stallone’s Judge Dredd. Director Peter Travis and screenwriter Alex Garland ignored the original film and showed John Wagner’s creation respect by drawing influence from the comics. Overall, Dreddwas a well-done comic book movie, with fun visuals, and strong leads in Urban’s Judge Dredd and Olivia Thirlby’s Cassandra Anderson.
In 2000, Vin Diesel brought to life the memorable character Riddick in the science fiction thriller-horror, Pitch Black; it’s a little hard to forget a character whose eyes are silver, after all. Then Riddick made the jump to a space opera-action film in Chronicles of Riddick. A couple video games and a few years later, Diesel reprises his role for the third time.
Director Bryan Singer keeps fans in the loop with what’s happening on the set for X-Men: Days of Future Past by tweeting pictures. This time we get to see Hugh Jackman on set as Logan, alongside Nicholas Hoult, who reprises his role as Hank McCoy (Beast). Singer captioned the photo “Welcome to 1973.”
Director Marc Webb is busy filming The Amazing Spider-Man 2 with Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone reprising their roles as Peter Parker (Spider-Man) and Gwen Stacy. Joining them are Jamie Foxx as Electro, Paul Giamatti as Rhino, Dane DeHaan as Harry Osborn, and Chris Cooper as Norman Osborn.
News on director Jose Padilha’s remake of RoboCopwas relatively quiet as of late, but now video and more photos have surfaced. The video features actor Joel Kinnaman as RoboCop, riding a motorcycle to what’s easily assumed to be a police standoff.
We all collectively held our breathes when Joss Whedon’s television pilot Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. was put to the test by ABC. And by that I mean, it came as no surprise that just an hour ago, ABC made it official that the show is a go.
Rise of the Planet of the Apessuccessfully rebooted the franchise with James Franco and Andy Serkis leading the charge. The movie gave a different take on the apes attaining their knowledge and how humanity’s numbers dwindled.