Inspired by the best-selling children’s book, “Go the F*** to Sleep,” this hilarious new poem encourages social distancing.
J.J. Abrams has smuggled in plenty of nods and cameos from the history of the 'Star Wars' franchise into this final installment.
More evidence that Gwyneth Paltrow has never actually seen a Marvel film has emerged as she wasn’t sure why Samuel L Jackson was on the set of Avengers: Endgame.
Samuel L. Jackson has joined Chris Rock in Lionsgate's upcoming "Saw" reboot. Production has officially begun on the film, in which Rock will play a police detective investigating a series of grizzly crimes. Jackson will portray Rock's father. Max Minghella, who stars in Hulu's "The Handmaid's Tale" and recently directed "Teen Spirit," also joins the […]
The first trailer for Unicorn Store, Brie Larson’s directorial debut, which also just so happens to star Captain Marvel herself, has been released ahead of its release on Netflix. Written by Samantha McIntyre, Unicorn Store sees Larson play a whimsical painter who is kicked out of art school and has to take a dull office job as well as move back in with her parents.
The review embargo has lifted for Captain Marvel ahead of its nationwide release on Friday, 8 March.
Brie Larson came face to face with her mini-me at the European Gala launch of Captain Marvel last night. The star was interviewed on the blue carpet by a young girl who was dressed as her character in the upcoming Marvel superhero film.The youngster appeared to at the event representing The Female Lead, a non-profit organisation “dedicated to making women’s stories more visible and offering alternative role models to those ever-present in popular culture.” According the company’s Twitter account, the young girl’s name was Illy. After the premiere, Larson tweeted about Illy, calling her “my hero”.Larson signed the young fan’s comic books, before she interviewed Samuel L Jackson who returns as a young Nick Fury in the 1990s-set adventure.Captain Marvel hits cinemas on 8 March.Read moreCaptain Marvel has two post-credit scenesRotten Tomatoes combats Captain Marvel trollsWhy there are two Captain Marvel films coming up
M. Night Shyamalan says he turned down advances from Marvel and DC to direct comic book films.
James McAvoy has serious concerns about the X-Men joining the Avengers in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The classic saying goes “you should never meet your heroes” and more often than not that is the case.More than a few Hollywood stars are not as nice as their onscreen characters and prefer not to have their personal space invaded by strangers, no matter how many times you watched their last movie at the cinema.However, there are just as many famous people who don’t actually mind taking a selfie or signing an autograph so here are 18 stars you might want to say hello to, or avoid, next time you see them out and about.READ MOREWill Marvel address Hank Pym’s dark past?Cavill thinks M:I6 could land him Bond roleHotel Artemis director paid for props on his credit card
Pinar Toprak is to score Captain Marvel, making her the first female composer to helm a major superhero movie soundtrack.
<strong>EXCLUSIVE</strong>: Lionsgate is circling U.S. rights to <em>The Hitman’s Bodyguard</em> sequel <i>The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard</i>. The distributor is likely to move on the pic we’re hearing but is waiting for confirmation on key cast. Lionsgate declined comment. As one trade announced off the back of marketing materials in Cannes, the sequel is due to reunite the leading players from the first movie. Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson are in early talks for the sequel, which the team is…