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Mark Ruffalo on Tuesday night accidently streamed (audio only) a portion of Thor: Ragnarok from the Los Angeles world premiere when he forgot to turn off his Instagram live.
To introduce the screening, the Bruce Banner/Hulk actor, who stars in the new film, hit the stage to huge applause at the El Capitan Theatre when he and his co-stars were announced by a recording of castmate Jeff Goldblum (in character as the Grand Master). Ruffalo was pointing his phone at the audience to capture the moment, but apparently, he put his phone in his pocket while the social media platform was still running after using it to give fans a closer look at the event.
The December issue of Total Film features a new image of Jason Momoa as Aquaman from Justice League (pictured above), as well as a new interview. Momoa gives us new details on Aquaman’s relationships with the other members of the Justice League, and even goes on to say how Zack Snyder saved his life.
Shazam was given an April 5, 2019 release date back in 2014 and according to director David F. Sandberg, that’s still the plan. “April 2019. It takes a long time to make vfx heavy movies,” Sandberg said on reddit last week, in a reply to a fan asking about the movie’s release date.
IGN has one of the most active comments sections on the Internet. We showed director Taika Waititi some of our favourites.
Justice League hasn’t hit theaters yet but according to J.K. Simmons, who plays Commissioner Gordon, Warner Bros. is already working on a script for a sequel.
Jason Momoa just announced on Instagram that Aquaman wraps today after 114 days of work.
Avengers: Infinity War is done shooting, the Russos are still working on the as-of-now untitled Avengers 4, but once that film is in the can, the Russos and Marvel might be going their separate ways. Josh Brolin, who plays glove enthusiast Thanos in the next two Avengers films, seemed to hint as much, at least, […]