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Hell Yeah! Ryan Reynolds Just Dropped the First Teaser for ‘Deadpool 2’

Deadpool 2, Twentieth Century Fox

The wait is finally over for more Deadpool 2 footage. Ryan Reynolds held the honors of releasing the first official teaser for the Merc with a Mouth's next movie, Deadpool 2! Although this is just a teaser, it is loaded with great stuff. The teaser is camouflaged inside of a hilarious and really

Robert Englund Will Not Be Freddy Krueger in ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ Again?

A Nightmare on Elm Street, New Line Cinema

Age is one of the inevitable things about time that continues to have a stranglehold on each of us. No matter what we do, it is always ticking down to the end. As years and decades pass, some of our beloved characters are held to the same time constraints due

2nd Trailer for Marvel’s ‘The Punisher’ Turns Frank Castle Loose

The Punisher, Netflix

Netflix is moving forward with releasing their next Marvel television series The Punisher, coming in the middle of Netflix. The show's release was delayed in the wake of the Las Vegas shooting, due to the nature of the material. Now the vigilante series receives the green light, and with it all of

2nd Trailer for ‘Black Panther’ Proves Wakanda is a Futurists Dream

Black Panther, Marvel Studios

We have yet to get an official full trailer for Marvel's Black Panther, until now. The first trailer for the film shows us more of what to expect from Wakanda. Wakanda is not the tribal third world country the world thinks it is, it's actually Disney's Tomorrowland. What will the greater Marvel

The One Time that Internet Rumors Made Marvel Change Their Plans

Thor: Ragnarok, Marvel Studios

The end of Avengers: Age of Ultron was originally shot to be a lot different than what we ended up with. A myriad of internet rumors actually changed how Marvel set up the 'Hulk's departure' shot up, and thus changed the scope of their entire plans. At the end of the film,

‘Kingsman 2’ Director Pissed that the Trailers Spoiled Colin Firth’s Return

Kingsman: The Secret Service, Twentieth Century Fox

One recent trend in Hollywood is beginning to piss off a lot of directors, trailers revealing really big twists in films. Directors may be in the drivers seat when creating the film, but when it comes to marketing, they have little to no say.With Suicide Squad, you saw how a trailers'

Warner Bros. Responds to ‘Riverdale’ Car Crash

Riverdale, CW Network

Yesterday, Riverdale leading man K.J. Apa got into a car accident after leaving the set of the show in the wake of an extended shoot. The 20-year-old actor fell asleep at the wheel, subsequently totaling his vehicle. Warner Bros. Pictures released a statement today talking about the accident, and the changes

Reeves: Yes, ‘The Batman’ Will be Part of the DCEU

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Warner Brothers Pictures

Rumors surfaced earlier this week speculated that director Matt Reeves' upcoming film The Batman will not be a part of the DC Extended Universe. Reeves has addressed these comments quickly, stating how his film will fit into the bigger Warner Bros. DCEU continuity. On Twitter earlier this morning, Reeves was quick to

Director Shawn Levy Talks About How to Translate ‘Uncharted’ to Film

Uncharted, Sony Interactive Entertainment

It is a film that has been talked about for many years. It wasn't until recently, when Tom Holland (Spider-Man: Homecoming) signed on to play the featured role of Nathan Drake, that the film began moving quickly. The project changed the role of Nathan Drake, from being an established treasure

Microsoft Pushes the Release of ‘Crackdown 3’ Back Until in 2018

Crackdown 3, Microsoft Studios

Microsoft announces they're pushing the release date for Crackdown 3 back until Spring of 2018. The original release date for the game was set for November 7, 2017, but the developer is now eyeing a Spring 2018 launch date. According to Microsoft Studios Publishing GM Shannon Loftis, this setback is happening to