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“I didn’t know much about the Green Lantern going in, and I didn’t know what it would be like to do something on that scale and be part of something on that gigantic superhero juggernaut machine that Warner Bros. had over there,” says Reynolds. “In the end, the movie didn’t really work or didn’t meet the expectations the studio had for it, for many reasons, but it was one of those things where I was an actor for hire and I think at the time I would have been a fool not to take it or jump at the chance to try and be a part of something like that.”
With the production gearing up for the sequel to Avengers: Infinity War, many fans are wondering what the next major Marvel movie will be about. Despite Marvel Studios’ secretive nature, we now have our first clue. Some new set photos courtesy of Atlanta-based paparazzi Joe Passori show an elaborate set built in New York City […]
This weekend, Wonder Woman passed the $800 million worldwide mark. And with $404 million coming from the domestic box office, it’s the biggest superhero origin movie, passing Sam Raimi’s first Spider-Man movie which made $403 million.
Following the premiere of Marvel’s The Defenders on Netflix, the very first teaser trailer for Marvel’s The Punisher has arrived online! VIA: SuperHeroHype
Casey Affleck did say he was just making it up, but only after he was told he just broke some major news. Unsurprisingly, Casey Affleck’s rep is backing that up, telling Buzzfeed, “he was having fun with the folks at the Red Sox game — where he threw out the first pitch in support of […]
Warner Bros. jumped the gun and announced Wonder Woman 2 last month, but without a director. That’s because Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins has been negotiating a new contract, and now Deadline says she’s close to signing a historic deal.
Film Cell Ltd is selling “Justice League (United We Stand) MightyPrint Wall Art” which features Henry Cavill’s Superman joining the team of Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, The Flash, and Cyborg.