For those eager to return to the darkly whimsical world of 'Snow White and the Huntsman,' we have good news: Universal has given 'Snow White and the Huntsman 2' a release date. But that's not all, the upcoming sequel to the 2012 film also has an official, shorter title, ditching Snow White altogether.
ScreenCrush wraps up the latest in movies and TV you might have missed. Today, 'Mad Max: Fury Road' reveals new photos, 'Stonehearst Asylum' reveals its first trailer, and the man behind the new 'Star Wars' comic series speaks out.
Over on 'The Tonight Show,' host Jimmy Fallon has been trying to make his "This Is How We Roll" segment work for a while now, but there's just something about two adults rolling around in fine apparel that looks wrong. It's also apparently pretty hard, as evidenced by last night's attempt with Heidi Klum, one that came pretty close to ending in disaster. That mat only spreads out so far, you guys. New safety measures should really be put in place.
'Guardians of the Galaxy' star Chris Pratt may be showing off his body more than, uh, usual in this week's new Marvel release (evidence below, and that's just a small sample), but just because the actor got in shape for the part doesn't mean it's the first time he's used his body for a role. Oh, no! Turns out, Pratt broke away from the bonds of clothing before, particularly on NBC's 'Parks and Recreation.'
'The Legend of Korra' has gone through a lot of changes, which coincidentally happens to be the subtitle for Book 3 -- as Korra adjusts to a world that lives in tandem with the spirits and Team Avatar looks to recruit more Airbenders, four new villains have emerged, and all the remaining episodes have ditched the TV medium to be aired online at Nick.com.
Following the 'Legend of Korra' panel at Comic-Con 2014, we caught up with the faces (or, rather, the voices) of this series, Janet Varney (Korra) and David Faustino (Mako), to get a better idea of how these changes will impact the rest of the season, as well as the already-filmed Book 4.
Believe it or not, there was a time when Iron Man was a C-list superhero who no one outside of a small niche particularly cared about.
And then Robert Downey Jr. was cast in 'Iron Man' and the Marvel cinematic universe exploded, instantly becoming one of the definitive franchises of the 21st century
While we were away at Comic-Con 2014, 'Girls' season 4 made its post unanticipated casting yet in giving a role to Judd Apatow's daughter Maude, but the latest addition seems even more unusual. Spike Jonze will put in an appearance, but rather than remain behind the camera, the 'Her' writer-director will play a character in an upcoming 'Girls' season 4 episode.
'Doctor Strange' is one of those properties that Marvel Studios President/producer Kevin Feige is mystically passionate about, and one that will bring the supernatural element of the comic book universe to the 'Avengers' films. Feige even said that it was in "active development," so why wasn't the movie featured or, at the very least, officially announced at Comic-Con 2014?
It’s not surprising to see a television spot for a critically acclaimed movie claim that it’s the “Best Movie of the Year,” through the use of blurbs either provided by, or lifted from, critics. But, in recent years, with the proliferation of the superhero movie genre, there’s been a trend to be the “Best Superhero Movie.” So, based on these television spots alone, what exactly is the best superhero movie or the best Marvel movie of all time? It appears it’s pretty much all of them.