X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST
Bryan Singer has revealed two behind-the-scenes photos from "X-Men: Days of Future Past" via Twitter, and while there aren't any glimpses of the headlining mutants, the images definitely give a better idea of the time period Singer and co. are shooting for in the film.
MTV spoke with "X-Men: First Class" actress Rose Byrne about whether she might make a surprise appearance as CIA agent Moira MacTaggart in "Days of Future Past," but it looks like she -- like January Jones and Caleb Landry Jones -- will not make a return to the franchise.
Opens July 18, 2014
MAN OF STEEL
The Hollywood Reporter has posted a featurette for Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel" featuring commentary from Snyder, Henry Cavill and Amy Adams.
Opens June 14
GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY
Casting for "Guardians of the Galaxy" continues to trickle out -- but most of the roles are still a big mystery. For example, "Sin City" actor Benicio Del Toro in a multi-movie mystery role. Fans have already begun to speculate on the role that Del Toro will portray, with the front-runner being the Mad Titan Thanos.
Opens August 1, 2014
STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS
StarTrek.com spoke with Leonard Nimoy about his appearance in "Star Trek Into Darkness," reprising his role as Mr. Spock, and whether he'll come back to the role for another film.
"That’s impossible to answer. I don’t know. I don’t know what J.J. is going to do," Nimoy told StarTrek.com. "I consider him a very good friend. I think he’s done a great thing for 'Star Trek.' I’m very grateful to him. We all owe him a lot. When someone comes along like he has done and picks it up and elevates it, we should be grateful. So when J.J. calls me, I take the call."
Now in theaters
The "Arrow" writers' room on Twitter has revealed that the second season of the CW drama will comprise of 23 episodes.
Airs Wednesdays on the CW
THE SECRET SERVICE
According to ContactMusic.com, Leonard DiCaprio may be in talks to appear in Matthew Vaughn's adaptation of "The Secret Service" comic by Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons. If cast, DiCaprio would star as the villain of the film opposite Colin Firth.
Opens November 14, 2014
HitFix spoke with Nathan Fillion during the press junket for "Monsters University," and the actor spoke briefly about the possibility of returning for another run at "Firefly" or "Serenity."
"You know, that was a project that lived for so short a time, and such a long time ago, I would look at that as an impossibility. Joss Whedon made a movie of it, something I also considered an impossibility. So, I look at that and say, 'Where is the hope?' But knowing Joss Whedon, I try not to underestimate that man."