THE WALKING DEAD
The cast of AMC's "The Walking Dead" hit Paley Center this weekend for a panel on the critically acclaimed drama, and Hulu has the whole thing up for your viewing pleasure.
AMC has posted two cool videos from "The Walking Dead," including a sneak peek at next week's episode "Arrow on the Doorpost" and a spoiler-iffic making-of video for last night's episode, "Clear."
Airs Sundays on AMC
Latino Review has begun the rumor that not only is the "Justice League" movie still scheduled to happen, it would bring back Christian Bale, get produced by Christopher Nolan and directed by Zack Snyder with a script by David S. Goyer. Definitely a rumor for now, but Latino Review's track record on WB/DC films has been impeccable for past films. Take it with a grain of salt, but we'll see where it goes in the coming months.
X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST
"X-Men: Days of Future Past" director Bryan Singer has once again revealed a new cast member for the film via Twitter. "The Intouchables" actor Omar Sy has been cast in an unspecified role for the film, according to the director.
Meanwhile, Halle Berry confirmed to Black Tree Media in a video interview that she'll be back to play Storm in the upcoming inbetweequel.
Opens July 18, 2014
GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY
Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige spoke with SFX Magazine about the upcoming Phase Two films, including where "Guardians of the Galaxy" fits in to the greater Marvel Cinematic Universe.
"The 'Thor' film and the 'Guardians Of The Galaxy' film certainly are cosmic. 'Guardians' and 'Thor' will take the brunt of the cosmic side of the universe, particularly 'Guardians,' which is 95% in space," Feige told SFX. "I think 'Iron Man 3' shows the other side of Phase 2, which is delving deeper into the characters. Throwing them on a much more personal journey. And 'Captain America' will showcase… What’s exciting to me about Cap – sort of about 'Iron Man 3' too if you look at it – is it’s tonally almost like a different genre. Shane Black’s described 'Iron Man 3' as a Tom Clancy sort of political thriller, which I like a lot."
Feige also stated "Guardians" won't be as integral to "Avengers 2" as each Phase One film was to "Avengers."
"It’s much more of a standalone film," he said. "It takes place in the same universe. And when we’ve been on the other side of that universe in other movies, you might see those characteristics in Guardians, but the Avengers are not involved with what’s happening out there at this time.”
Opens August 1, 2014
GAME OF THRONES
Here's a new, extended trailer for the upcoming season of "Game of Thrones" on HBO.
Premieres March 31 on HBO
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2
Emma Stone spoke with Cineplex Magazine about the script for Marc Webb's "Amazing Spider-Man 2" and the new additions to the cast. (Thanks to Comic Book Movie for the heads up.)
"I'm in it, Andrew is in it. They just cast Dane DeHaan as Harry Osborn, who is such a great actor, I think that will be wonderful," Stone told Cineplex. "And Shaeline Woodley as Mary Jane, who's also wonderful. So there's all that, and the script is very, very good. I'm very much looking forward to it. I'm very happy the way our first one was received so well. It'll be cool on the next one to see how Gwen and Peter bridge that distance that was between us at the end of it. I think it all unfolds pretty neat. And I hope they continue letting Gwen be heroic. I think they might!"
Opens May 2, 2014
EVIL DEAD 4
The official Disney Movies UK Twitter posted a quote from Sam Raimi that implies he has plans for an "Evil Dead 4."
"I would love to make Evil Dead 4. My brother and I plan to work on the script this summer" Sam Raimi. What a scoop!— Disney Movies UK (@DisneyMoviesUK) March 1, 2013
Mark Wahlberg spoke with Digital Spy, stating his character in "Transformers 4" is "a man who has a child," but didn't divulge much else about the role.
Opens June 27, 2014
THE WALKING DEAD ON SNL
Kevin Hart hosted "Saturday Night Live" this weekend and participated in a decently funny "The Walking Dead" parody. Check it out below.