David Goyer is a busy man. He’s currently one of the masterminds behind all of Warner Brothers’s DC-centric movies like ‘Man of Steel,' ‘Batman vs. Superman,’ ‘Sandman,' and even the television version of ‘Constantine,' but one of his passion projects is the Starz series ‘Da Vinci’s Demons.’ As the show is about to kick off season 2 on Saturday, March 22, we sat down with Goyer to dive into the next cycle, which is that much bigger than the first season, as it (at least eventually) takes Da Vinci to Mayan ruins, which may lead to his downfall.
We haven't heard much about New Regency and Ubisoft's planned big screen version of 'Splinter Cell' since a bidding war broke out to get the film rights and Tom Hardy signed on to play the lead back in 2012. But now the film looks like it might have a director in Doug Liman and an August start date.
With the passing of Harold Ramis, we were hoping that it would also put to rest the possibility of a third 'Ghostbusters' film. But Sony announced that they are going forward with 'Ghostbusters 3,' and now director Ivan Reitman has clarified they plan to start within the next year, though he will no longer be on board as the director.
Since 2011 Marvel has been pushing to release two films a year. Last year gave us 'Iron Man 3' and 'Thor: The Dark World' with this year offering both 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' and 'Guardians of the Galaxy,' while 2015 will bring 'The Avengers: Age of Ultron' and 'Ant-Man.' And as the studio keeps having hits, they may expand their slate to release three to four films a year.
After months of fans pestering director Wes Ball for a look on social media, 'The Maze Runner' trailer has finally debuted online, giving us our first look at footage from this new young-adult genre adaptation. It's timed so it will be screened in front of the next big young-adult hit, 'Divergent' (which is trying to be the new 'Hunger Games,' so there's a circle of life thing here). With 20th Century Fox already working on a sequel, it's possible they've got another winner on their hands.
With last week's revelations that Adalind's baby has been born and that Sgt. Wu has a first name (Drew) out of the way, we're hoping tonight's 'Grimm' steps up its game, though it looks more like a monster of the week episode from the outset. With Monroe and Rosalee prepping a wedding, and Nick's mom due home shortly, this could go lots of ways. Read on for all you need to know about tonight's episode "Once Were Gods."
The concert for Pawnee/Eagleton unity continues to build steam as Leslie tries to find a new slogan for Pawnee while Tom looks for a place to open his restaurant in tonight's episode of 'Parks and Recreation.' Read on for all you need to know about tonight's episode of 'Parks and Rec,' "New Slogan!"
Sadly, this week's 'Community' doesn't bring back 'Arrested Development' showrunner Mitch Hurwitz's Koogler, but it does give 'Breaking Bad' creator Vince Gilligan his big acting break and brings back the beloved Brie Larson, so there's plenty to enjoy here. Read on for all you need to know about the latest 'Community' episode "VCR Maintenance and Educational Publishing!"