We're all pretty excited about Marvel's 'Guardians of the Galaxy,' especially after the closing credits tag at the end of 'Thor: The Dark World,' featuring Benicio Del Toro's mysterious Collector character -- but the character we're most intrigued about is, of course, Rocket Raccoon. The hero is being voiced by Bradley Cooper, and while we've gotten a peek at what he'll look like in the film, we still have no idea what he'll sound like. But now we're getting some hints as Cooper himself recently opened up about voicing the character.
When last we heard of FOX's upcoming Batman-adjacent 'Gotham' TV series, we'd learned that the pilot would pick up with a young Jim Gordon investigating the murders of Thomas and Martha Wayne, explaining why we'd never actually see Batman within the series. That said, it seems Bruce Wayne may in fact have a much larger presence than we'd thought -- that of a series regular!
20th Century Fox and director Bryan Singer are still keeping details on 'X-Men: Apocalypse,' the recently announced sequel to 'Days of Future Past,' under wraps, but potential details have been leaking out. The biggest question on many fans' minds is, how will the sequel build off of 'Days of Future Past'? As of now, it looks like that will happen via the post-credits scene, which has been revealed in its entirety.
In all the chaos and commotion of Marvel's announcement toward Netflix TV series for 'Daredevil,' 'Jessica Jones,' 'Iron Fist' and 'Luke Cage,' it became difficult to separate truth from rumor. Now, with 'Daredevil' the first in line for our 'Defenders,' Marvel has confirmed ‘LOST‘ executive producer and ‘The Cabin in the Woods’ helmer Drew Goddard to take the reigns of the 'Daredevil' TV series.
'X-Men: Days of Future Past' director Bryan Singer recently announced that the sequel to his ultimate mutant team-up will be 'X-Men: Apocalypse,' coming on May 27, 2016. While no other information was revealed at the time, it is presumed to take its name from one of the most powerful beings in the X-Men universe and perhaps even one of his most famous comic-book arcs, 'Age of Apocalypse.'
But who is this end-of-times mutant? For those unfamiliar, here's a brief intro to this classic comic-book villain.
With Marvel building towards future 'Avengers' films, Warner Bros. building 'Batman vs. Superman' towards a 'Justice League' movie and Sony expanding 'The Amazing Spider-Man' universe, you knew it was only a matter of time before Fox announced some big plans for their superhero films. With 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' melding the two 'X-Men' franchises, now it looks like they're going to also combine the 'X-Men' films with the new 'Fantastic Four' reboot into one big universe.
Director Bryan Singer announced Thursday that the next film to follow 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' will bear the name of 'X-Men: Apocalypse' and hit on May 27, 2016. With no other information to go on, the film is merely presumed to take its name from the Apocalypse character in the comics and perhaps even the storyline 'Age of Apocalypse.' However, more details have shed some light on this title that through the Internet into a frenzy.
Marvel's 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' has had a bit of hesitance in highlighting any actual superpowers, but that all comes to a head in next week's midseason finale "The Bridge," specifically Centipede's head! After an earlier glimpse, it looks like Centipede will send in the super-soldiers to liberate the evil organization's leader in the first clip from the episode!
Wednesday night's all-new 'Arrow' installment, "The Scientist," kicked off the first of a two-part finale to bring the second season to its midway point and Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) into Oliver Queen's vigilante world. The arc will conclude with next week's "Three Ghosts," and the extended midseason trailer for the finale has hit with a heaping helping of spoilers!