ScreenCrush wraps up the latest in movies and TV you might have missed. Today, check out the first poster for 'The Equalizer,' learn why Iron Man is riding a dirt bike, and see where and why Hugh Jackman wore Wolverine's yellow costume.
All of the trailers for director Gareth Edwards' 'Godzilla' played coy with the details, only showing off the bare minimum of the plot and brief glimpses of the King of the Monsters himself. You've got to commend the Warner Bros. marketing team; they're exceptionally good at teasing us. However, one of the film's biggest surprises has just been revealed and probably not in the way anyone involved with 'Godzilla' was hoping or expecting.
When it was revealed that the sequel to 'Man of Steel' would actually be 'Batman vs. Superman', fans were both excited and concerned. To some, it sounded like the best thing ever. To others, it seemed like desperation after Superman's epic return didn't do 'The Dark Knight'-sized business. However, director Zack Snyder has officially gone on record explaining why the Caped Crusader will be in the film ... and it turns out that he's been thinking about this for awhile.
Years ago, Peter Jackson's adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's 'The Hobbit' was originally announced as two films. When those two films became three, it was automatically assumed that the second film's title, 'The Hobbit: There and Back Again,' would become the title of the third film. And until now, that seems to have been the case. But, a new report suggests the the sixth and possibly final Middle Earth film will be undergoing a title change before its Winter release.
ScreenCrush wraps up the latest in movies and TV you might have missed. Today, Ben Affleck's Batman costume could be revealed soon, a 'Captain America' actor demands a Wonder Woman movie, and the first space selfie will please the Browncoats.
Director Eli Roth has always worn his influences on his sleeve and the trailer for 'The Green Inferno' sees him paying tribute to one of the gnarliest and most disgusting horror subgenres of all time: the cannibal movie. This won't be an experience intended for casual movie fans -- this is a treat for horror buffs with strong wills (and stronger stomachs).
There's no way the set of 'The Expendables 3' wasn't a fascinating place to be. After all, you don't put personalities as varied and eclectic as Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Harrison Ford in one place without generating at least a few stories worth sharing. A new batch of images from the set of the upcoming action film makes us wish we could have been a fly on the wall for a few days. What exactly would Antonio Banderas and Wesley Snipes say to each other?
Long before Marvel Studios and 'The Avengers' existed, Marvel Comics sold off the rights to many of its high profile characters to various studios. That's why Spider-Man can't meet Captain America and why the X-Men can't hang out with the Hulk -- Sony and Fox own the big screen rights to those characters and won't allow it. However, something peculiar is happening with the upcoming release of 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2': a post-credits scene that teases 'X-Men: Days of Future Past.'
ScreenCrush wraps up the latest in movies and TV you might have missed. Today, the great comic series 'Scalped' is heading to television, Mondo unveils some cool new Marvel posters, and 'Batman vs. Superman' may have already found a composer.
When Paul Walker tragically died last November, the world mourned an actor who was not only a welcome screen presence, but a genuinely well-liked and respected guy. It was especially hard to hear the reactions of his 'Fast and Furious' franchise co-stars. This is a series all about friendship and family, so the loss of a key member of that crew hits hard. 'Fast and Furious 7' recently resumed shooting after an extended hiatus to rework the film and fans have been wondering how the production will work around the loss of a major character. Now, Universal hinted at a strange but touching solution.