Following Hugh Jackman’s retirement as Wolverine/Logan, the buzz is getting louder for Taron Egerton as the potential replacement. The actor, who recently starred in “Rocketman,” opened up to talk about taking on the iconic role.
“Jessica Jones” star Krysten Ritter may not be playing the character should the former Netflix show get a revival in Disney’s upcoming streaming platform. The actress expressed that she’s no longer keen on doing the series and that three seasons of “Jessica Jones” might be enough for her.
#GameofThrones and #Bodyguard star #RichardMadden could be working on a superhero movie with Angelina Jolie. The actor is reportedly in talks to star in Marvel’s #TheEternals but his role has been kept under wraps.
Calling all kids and kids-at-heart: Get ready to shop for your favorite Disney, Marvel, and Star Wars characters at Toy Kingdom’s Toy Expo on August 24 to 26 at the SMX Convention Center at the Mall of Asia Complex in Pasay City.
When it comes to superhero movies, there’s a perception that you’ve got to choose between DC’s gritty, dour offerings or Marvel’s winking humor. But five cartoon wannabe heroes armed with fart jokes are trying to change that.
Let the countdown begin! Netflix kicks off #Defend week with a behind-the-scenes featurette of our favorite street level heroes!
After creating thousands of stories that have brought the fandom together, Stan Lee, the founder of Marvel, could be up for a story about his own life. Fox is reportedly going to develop his biopic, but details to who is involve and how the story will play out are still being kept under wraps.
The final installment of in the saga of “Wolverine” is finally coming to theaters in 2017. By this time, Hugh Jackman will be ready to hang his claws after playing the character for almost 18 years. With the actor ready to give up the iconic role, someone who has worked in DC Comics before is said to be willing to take over as Wolverine.
After appearing in “Daredevil” Season 2 on Netflix, “The Punisher” a.k.a. Frank Castle, played by Jon Bernthal, is taking his character for a solo series. Word is that the show has already started casting for the supporting characters so that production can begin. Speculations are that Netflix could release the show’s episodes on the streaming site by 2017.
Filming and TV productions are currently keeping busy in Vancouver in preparation for the start of a new TV season in the U.S. next month. With many shows stationed in Vancouver, it’s easy for actors to somehow bump into each other or perhaps drop in on each other sets while filming.