Ah, young love. It’s such a sweet thing to behold, especially when that love comes from within. Harry Potter’s ultimate power came from within at the end of the day, that ultimate power being, like, determination or whatever. Emma Watson was determined to make her single self quite a normal thing (which it is) in an interview a few weeks ago by saying she was “self-partnered,” and got a ribbing online for it. Now her former co-star Tom Felton has also applied the term to himself in solidarity.
DC and Marvel’s rivalry is infamous, with the two universes having co-existed but (almost) never interacting. At one point, the primary difference between them was that Marvel was more concerned with superheroes with human flaws, while DC was more about fantastical stories, but now, the tonal difference between the two is somewhat academic. With that in mind, what might a DC vs. Marvel superhero movie look like?
The headline of this article might sound like something straight out of a Mad Libs book, but it’s absolutely true. John Travolta is actively campaigning to win an Academy Award for his role in The Fanatic, a thriller that was directed and co-written by Limp Bizkit’s very own Fred Durst. Sometimes the truth really is stranger than fiction.
Despite the film coming out 22 years ago, people are still beating their fists against the table trying to ponder why Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) didn’t climb onto the floating door to save himself at the end of Titanic. Theories have come about (including a Mythbusters episode) and dismissals about there not being enough room (yeah, right!) have circulated. Even DiCaprio himself has refused to talk about it.
Apparently, Christian Bale was approached by Warner Bros. for a fourth Batman movie to follow Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises.
Multihypenate and American treasure Elizabeth Banks, disappointed by the Charlie’s Angels reboot flopping, tried to be positive about it on Twitter today.
New Line has released the official clip of Stephen King’s wonderful cameo in It: Chapter Two, where he plays a grouchy shopkeeper.
Marvel has just announced four release dates for 2023. Noticeably absent from that list, though, is a standalone Spider-Man flick and while fans might not want to hear it, the omission could spell trouble for the beloved superhero.
Still pining for more DC content even after the past 48-hour whirlwind of tweets and speculation? We’ve got you covered.
Who’s the only other actor to date to play Luke Skywalker in a Star Wars movie apart from Mark Hamill? That’s a fun trivia question that should tax even the most ardent lovers of the franchise. The answer’s actually Aidan Barton, the baby who played both Luke and Leia at the end of Revenge of the Sith. Do you want to feel old? Here’s what the Skywalker twins-in-one looks like now.