Dwayne Johnson has finally announced just which heavy hitter he'll play in Shazam and the greater DC Cinematic Universe.
After vacillating back and forth between good guy Shazam and bad guy Black Adam, The Rock has opted to play the more morally conflicted of the two, signing up to throw down as Black Adam.
Today in news that feels like it was created in an especially lame round of TV Mad Libs:
Dax Shepard, who you may remember as that guy from the first season of Punk'd, is set to direct, write, and star in a feature film version of CHiPs for Warner Bros.
Nobody looks cooler than Denzel Washington casually walking away from a massive fireball.
In fact, the latest trailer for this month's The Equalizer is basically one long explosion-walkaway, since the whole thing is about how unflappably badass Washington is in the title role.
The wait to ride with Hiccup and Toothless again is going to be about a year longer than we thought.
DreamWorks Animation has delayed How to Train Your Dragon 3, shifting the release date from the summer of 2016 to June 9, 2017.
A new trailer makes it emphatically clear that Monsters: Dark Continent is an entirely different beast than its acclaimed predecessor, Monsters.
From the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros to a galaxy far, far away:
Miltos Yerolemou, best known for his popular role in season one of HBO's Game of Thrones, has joined the cast of Star Wars: Episode VII.
Turns out Dracula's not such a bad guy after all. Or at least he wasn't always.
In a new Japanese trailer for the upcoming Dracula Untold, we learn that one of literature's most famous monsters was once a really nice dude.
I think at this point everyone on Earth has heard of JWOWW!
Even if you’ve never watched a minute of MTV’s groundbreaking reality series Jersey Shore, you’ve heard of Jenni “JWOWW” Farley and her fellow cast members including Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi. I mean even the President of the United States has mentioned them in a speech!
Since Jersey Shore, Farley has appeared on the popular spin-off Snooki & JWOWW, and is currently featured on the series Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars with her fiancé Roger Mathews. In fact, Farley gave birth earlier this summer to the couple’s first child, a baby girl named Meilani Alexandra Mathews. She has also acted on the long running soap opera One Life to Live, and in the popular Farrelly brothers film The Three Stooges, along with the rest of her Jersey Shore co-stars. Now the reality superstar has gone behind the camera to executive produce her first film entitled Jersey Shore Massacre, which opens in theaters on August 22nd, and VOD August 26th.
Jersey Shore Massacre is a horror comedy that spoofs the popular reality series. In the film, a typical weekend down the shore takes a bizarre turn in the New Jersey Pine Barrens as six girls and five obnoxious fist-pumpers become the unsuspecting targets of a deranged killer. The movie was written and directed by Paul Tarnopol (Girl Gone Dead), and stars Danielle Dallacco (TV’s Law & Order: Special Victims Unit), Giovanni Roselli (The Wrestler), Chris Lazzaro (Catch of the Day), and The Howard Stern Show’s Sal Governale and Richard Christy, as well as porn legend Ron Jeremy.
I recently had the pleasure of speaking with the absolutely lovely Jenni “JWOWW” Farley about her work on Jersey Shore Massacre, as well as her life after Jersey Shore. The reality star turned executive producer discussed her new movie, how she got involved with the project, what she learned from producing her first film, spoofing the series that made her famous, her love of horror films, how Jersey Shore changed reality television, her place in pop culture, President Obama saying her name in a speech, her friendship with Snooki, forever being connected to the cast of Jersey Shore, what they have in common with The Beatles, acting in The Three Stooges, and if she would like to do more acting in the future or just focus on producing.
It was only in the final moments of Man of Steel that audiences got a dose of Daily Planet reporter/totally normal dude wearing glasses Clark Kent.
Not-quite-sequel Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice promises plenty more of the Clark Kent we all know and love. Some new photos from the set show that Henry Cavill's Clark is in full-on journalist mode as he travels from Metropolis to Gotham.
Every time – every damn time – you start to rest easy thinking that it won't happen, the Escape From New York remake returns to cause sleepless nights.
After more than a year of silence on the reboot, the latest word is that Silver Pictures and Studio Canal have a list of three potential stars to take over for Kurt Russell as anti-hero Snake Plissken.
Charlie Hunnam is reportedly the top choice to wear Snake's eyepatch, with Jon Bernthal and Dan Stevens also in the running.