It's almost silly to talk about 'Star Trek Into Darkness' deleted scenes; a movie that hasn't even hit theaters yet. But we spoke with star Simon Pegg this weekend and described to us a scene not in the final film that will be included on the 'Star Trek Into Darkness' DVD and, even though it's a ways off, we already can't wait to see this.
If you saw 'Iron Man 3' this weekend (and considering how much money it made, we're going to assume you did) and stayed for the post-credits scene, you saw a pretty cool closing credits sequence. But what you didn't see was a nifty opening credits sequence. There was one created for the movie, however, and you can see it right now.
'Amazing Spider-Man 2' continued its New York City shoot this weekend including a pivotal scene from the upcoming sequel. We say "pivotal" to avoid spoilers but we think you Spider-fans reading this know what we're talking about. Yes, that scene. See photos from the scene in question find out how the iconic comic scene will play out on screen. Spoilers ahead!
We barely know who the 'Star Trek Into Darkness' villain is (OK, well we pretty much know) - is it possible that at this early stage we've already got a pretty solid idea as to who the 'Star Trek 3' villain will be? Writer/producer Damon Lindelof spoke on the film's red carpet and dropped some information as to who will be facing off against in 'Star Trek 3.'
It's a common complaint: You watch the trailer for an upcoming movie only to feel like you've just been shown the entire movie. In an effort to get as many butts in seats on opening day as possible, it feels as if studios are pushing the envelope as to what level of spoilers they can get away with in their trailers. But is this a legitimate complaint? A new study confirms that we're not just imagining things and half of the moviegoing population think trailers are ruining movies. But for those thinking this will mean less spoilers will be very disappointed and we'll tell you why.
Earlier this week, 'Avengers 2' director Joss Whedon hinted that in the upcoming sequel "there will definitely be some people that will shake up." So just who are these new additions to the 'Avengers' movie? We've confirmed the identities of two Marvel superheroes who will be joining Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, Hulk, Hawkeye and Black Widow on their next adventure!
Who can forget last summer, when the might Marvel vs. DC war raged on throughout the summer as fanboys feverishly debated whether 'The Avengers' or 'The Dark Knight Rises' was better. We're not sure that was fully settled but the Marvel vs. DC battle lied mostly dormant in the past few months. That is, until now, when 'Man of Steel' director Zack Snyder threw down the gauntlet with some harsh words for his competitors at Marvel. Find out what he said and let us know if you agree.
When 'Captain America 2' added Anthony Mackie to the cast to star as Falcon, we were a little surprised. He is, after all, a character that has a psychic link with all birds and flies around with wings. We were very curious to see how Marvel was going to pull off this character and now, as filming continues in Los Angeles, we get our first look at Falcon in action. And...he doesn't look that bad.
J.J. Abrams filmed a scene for 2009's 'Star Trek' that featured Klingons but the scene was eventually cut from the movie. While Abrams has been cagey about Khan, he's always been up front that there would - finally - be Klingons in 'Star Trek Into Darkness.' Up until now, we've only seen a fleeting glimpse of what a J.J. Abrams Klingon looked like with its helmet on. But today we get our first look at the 'Star Trek Into Darkness' Klingons without their masks. And the verdict is?
The internet was abuzz this morning with the rumors that a sixth installment in the 'Die Hard' franchise was in the works called 'Die Hardest' that would take John McClane to Tokyo. But are any of these rumors true? We did some digging and found the real scoop.