Having watched Marvel Studios adapt Marvel superheroes properly and make truckloads of money in the process for the last five years, 20th Century Fox is determined to have a Fantastic Four reboot in theaters on March 6, 2015.
With that far-off release date getting a little less far-off every day, it seems that talk of casting the titular quartet has kicked off, as Allison Williams and Michael B. Jordan are both associated with this new take on Marvel's first family.
The trailer for The Wolverine shown at CinemaCon is now available for non-exhibitors to view.
It contains nary a line of dialogue over it's 55-odd seconds, instead throwing lots and lots of action out there, assuring fans that though the movie contains but one erstwhile X-Man, it doesn't skimp on the spectacle. There's lots of new footage on display, along with a quick glimpse of Will Yun Lee in the Silver Samurai armor.
The most popular adamantium-boned, cigar-chomping homo-superior in Marvel's roster of merry mutants is gracing screens this summer in his second solo adventure The Wolverine.
But Hugh Jackman is making it two consecutive summers of healing-factor action, as he's also popping up in next year's X-Men: First Class sequel X-Men: Days of Future Past. A new and thoroughly teaser-y behind the scenes image shows Jackman back in his mutton chops on the Days of Future Past set.
Production on the sequel to last year's The Amazing Spider-Man continues in the Wall-Crawler's native New York City.
That means more unofficial but nonetheless revealing pictures snapped by professional and amateur photographers on the street. The latest batch covers a little action scene involving Andrew Garfield in full, redesigned Spidey regalia, and Jamie Foxx as a pre-Electro Max Dillon.
There's a new international trailer for The Wolverine, and if you're thinking about skipping it, consider for a moment that it does include Logan fighting against ninjas, at least two of whom are riding motorbikes.
Perhaps you weren't listening: Ninjas riding motorcycles. Ninjas riding motorcycles on roofs, apparently.
Two new, totally official images from the currently filming sequel to The Amazing Spider-Man.
The first of these pictures provides our first look at the rebooted version of Peter Parker's buddy Harry Osborn, showing that in a world where he doesn't look like James Franco, Harry looks a whole lot more like Dane DeHaan.
The second, then, shows that before he turns into Electro, making him look like an albino in a horrific accident at the glowstick factory, Jamie Foxx's character, Ma Dillon, already has a rather unexpected appearance.
Apparently getting electricity powers costs Max Dillion his complexion in the sequel that we're referring to as The Amazing Spider-Man 2 for the time being.
Our first look at Jamie Foxx in costume and makeup as Electro has emerged online unofficially, showing us that he's sporting creepy eyes and blue bioluminescent skin.
Director James Mangold has revealed four images from behind the scenes of The Wolverine.
Sadly and unbelievably, however, this is the rare The Wolverine update that doesn't involve a shirtless Hugh Jackman. In fact, the man who plays the title character is nowhere to be found in these pictures, shirtless or not.
Marc Webb is one of a very small group of directors entrusted with a massively expensive superhero franchise. As he's been toiling away on The Amazing Spider-Man sequel set for May 2, 2014, he's also become one of an even smaller group of such director who extensively utilize Twitter, keeping a steady chatter about their films going.
Most of returning helmer Webb's updates consist of exceedingly teasery pictures or simply uncommon looks at the making of a big, big movie. But today, he revealed that B.J. Novak will appear in The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
It's two The Wolverine trailers for the price of one.
20th Century Fox has finally revealed a first theatrical trailer for Hugh Jackman's next solo adventure as his signature character. But instead of just dropping the trailer for American audiences, Fox dropped both a domestic and an international trailer that are different enough to make watching both worthwhile.