While chatting to ComicBook.com, director Mark Steven Johnson leaped to the defense of his mediocre 2003 Daredevil movie.
Last night, the news broke that Will Smith will not be reprising his role as Deadshot in James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad, and going by previous reports, he won’t be the only star of David Ayer’s 2016 film who doesn’t return for the sequel. But while Gunn’s upcoming DC flick is expected to serve as a soft reboot for the series, a source close to WGTC has told us that the movie will still have at least one familiar face in Viola Davis as Amanda Waller.
Fans are expecting big things from Iron Man in the upcoming Avengers: Endgame, which is looking more likely with each passing month to be the hero’s final outing in the MCU, and seeing how Marvel Studios likes to play the long game with their developments, it’s only natural that theorists have been looking through Tony Stark’s personal history for signs of what’s to come.
Though Sylvester Stallone has already shared a generous amount of set material from the upcoming Rambo V: Last Blood, the cowriter and star of John Rambo’s fifth and purportedly final outing hasn’t been so quick to announce a release date. Nonetheless, it seems that Lionsgate is finally ready to let us know that Adrian Grunberg’s action film is headed for theaters on September 20th, 2019.
A new Hellboy promo teases the second full-length trailer for the film, which drops later tonight and promises to be an improvement from the last one.
We’ve been hearing for a while now that James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad will serve a soft reboot for the series that will bring in a mostly new cast, but one character that the Guardians of the Galaxy helmsman’s script had apparently planned on returning was Deadshot. And with Variety reporting last night that Will Smith has exited from the role due to scheduling conflicts, it seems that Warner Bros. may be in a slightly awkward position.
Speaking to The LA Times, Warner Bros. exec Kevin Tsujihara acknowledged the mistakes made in The Crimes of Grindelwald and promised that Fantastic Beasts 3 will be a step up.
By now, we’ve seen a pretty generous supply of set photos from the upcoming Birds of Prey, presenting the likes of Harley Quinn, Huntress, and Black Canary as they wander through the streets of Gotham. But while we’re starting to get a clear idea of how most of the heroines will look in Cathy Yan’s film, the villainous Black Mask has stayed pretty mysterious.
Remember that scene from 2017’s It when Beverly Marsh, played by Sophia Lillis, is doused with gallons of blood that comes spurting from her bathroom sink? Well, it seems that It: Chapter Two will try to top that moment.
Avengers: Endgame is set to serve as the culmination point for not just the first eleven years of the MCU, but also an insane amount of hype and speculation. In fact, once the Avengers: Infinity War sequel arrives in theaters, a lot of filmgoers may feel in need of a breather, and as Deadpool co-creator Rob Liefeld recently observed, that’s exactly what we’ll get.