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Captain America: The Winter Soldier’s Anthony Mackie Tells Conan He Wants to Be ‘Without Clothes’ in the Sequel

by Shawn Hopkinson April 9, 2014
“Baby Oil, boxer shorts,” was Anthony Mackie’s suggestion for the Falcon’s new costume for the Captain America: The Winter Soldier sequel on Conan O’Brien. Judging from the female cheering from the audience, maybe it’s an idea worth considering. Mackie also told Conan his personal theory was that Nick Fury is the Falcon’s dad.

FBP May Be Coming To The Big Screen

by Alex Beanon April 9, 2014
Vertigo comic book series “FBP: Federal Bureau of Psychics” may be getting the big screen treatment as Warner Bros. has purchased the film rights and assigned both a scriptwriter [Justin Marks – “The Jungle Book”] and a producer [David Goyer – “Man of Steel”] to get the film ball rolling. FBP is set in a […]


Sinister Six May Get Their Own Film

by Alex Beanon April 8, 2014
First there was “The Avengers” – a collection of good guy superheroes – and now there are their comic book bad guy cousins – the Sinister Six – hoping to score a lucrative film deal. Sony and Marvel are collaborating on what may be the bad guy superhero film version of “The Avengers” with the […]
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Captain America 3 Set For 2016

by Alex Beanon April 7, 2014
With the current “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” tearing up the box office, Disney and Marvel wasted no time in announcing that the third feature film in the superhero franchise would be set for 2016. Chris Evans is currently in his third film of a six-film deal with Disney/Marvel to play the Captain America character. […]


Pixels Hits The Casting Couch

by Alex Beanon April 5, 2014
Now that it has a release “season”,“Pixels” – the upcoming feature film based on the 2010 Patrick Jean short about characters and icons from 1980s video games attacking New York City and being fended off by video gamers – has been adding cast right and left. In addition to Peter Dinklage [“Elf” and “Game of […]

Pixels Gets Release Date Season

by Alex Beanon April 4, 2014
“Pixels” – the upcoming feature film based on the Patrick Jean short about characters and icons from 1980s video games attacking New York City and being fended off by video game experts – has finally been granted a release date season [next summer] in lieu of a specific date. This comes off last week’s news […]


Leonardo Goes To Knoxville

by Alex Beanon April 4, 2014
Johnny Knoxville [“Bad Grandpa”] will provide the voice of Leonardo and Tony Shalhoub [“Monk”] will be the voice of their master sensei Splinter in the upcoming “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” reboot feature film which stars Will Arnett and Megan Fox. “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” is currently scheduled for release on August 8, 2014.

Hunter Joins Batman-Superman Flick

by Alex Beanon April 4, 2014
Holly Hunter [“Saving Grace”] is the biggest name of a three-person inclusion on the cast of the upcoming Batman-Superman feature film which stars Ben Affleck as Batman and Henry Cavill as Superman. Hunter will play a newly created role for the movie and is joined by Callan Mulvey [“300: Rise of an Empire”] and Tao […]

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Preview Stills From the April 6th COSMOS Episode ‘Hiding In The Light’

by Shawn Hopkinson April 3, 2014
Here are some “enlightening” preview images from the 5th episode of COSMOS: A Spacetime Odyssey, which premieres Sunday night at 9 p.m. ET on FOX. Cosmos is a science documentary hosted by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson and updated the 1980s PBS series Cosmos: A Personal Voyage presented by Carl Sagan. The series makes extensive use of animation developed and produced […]

Arrow – DeathStroke – Season 2, Episode 18

by Alex Beanon April 3, 2014
Synopsis: The mirakuru-laced Slade Wilson continues his Shado-inspired vendetta against Arrow/Oliver by beginning to inform all his close family members and friends of his secrets. Details: Leading off one of the silliest episodes in the franchise, after Thea willingly agrees to be picked up by Slade Wilson on a dark street [see credibility issues below], […]