I’m sure that anyone who read the title of this article is emphatically hoping that the next announcement regarding the Captain Planet movie will be that Don Cheadle has been cast as Captain Planet. I’ll be crossing my fingers and I’m sure you will be too.
For a good while many people had held the belief that the Batman from Christian Bale’s The Dark Knight Trilogy ‘existed’ in a shared universe with the Superman from Synder’s Man of Steel. That belief was given that much more credence after the Easter egg in Man of Steel where you can see a satellite with the Wayne Enterprises‘ logo on it.
The collective hearts of fanboys across the globe were irreconcilably broken upon hearing the news that Nathan Fillion will not be playing Ant-Man in Marvel’s upcoming Ant-Man movie. This gut wrenching news came from Nathan Fillion himself who explained just why he won’t be playing the role.
It seems like every couple of weeks more Expendables 3 related news trickles out onto the internet. How much of it is blatant speculation versus actual fact, remains to be seen. The most recently announcement is that William Wallace himself will be Expendables 3‘s villain. That’s right, the mission to cast everyone action star ever in the Expendables is in full swing as Mel Gibson is allegedly the next big star slated to join the roster.
I really want to like this movie and hopefully will but after their first go around with X-Men Origins: Wolverine, I’m very apprehensive about getting my hopes up. But, I’ll say this much for The Wolverine, it certainly has all of the right ingredients for a bad ass movie; Samurai, ninja, ninja on motorcycles, a chick with a lizard tongue and Wolverine with an epic beard.
Star of the Fifth Element and the Resident Evil series, Milla Jovovich is the latest action star to be rumored to join the cast of The Expendables 3. Jovovich is currently expected to share the spotlight with Wesley Snipes, Nicolas Cage and Jackie Chan who are also rumored to the join the cast.
Despite Amazing Spider-Man 2 being scheduled to hit theaters next year, the future of the Spider-Man franchise is uncertain. Vastly different claims are being made from different Sony executives as to the direction of Sony Pictures. According to one source, Sony is considering selling off the Spider-Man franchise as well as the Resident Evil franchise.