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Spider-Man: Homecoming Gets 2 Surprising New Cast Members

With Spider-Man: Homecoming still in the early days of production, it’s never too late to add a few more cast members as shooting continues in Atlanta. Today we have word that there will be two somewhat surprising new additions to the cast, with actress and stand up comedian Martha Kelly and UFC fighter Tyron Woodley ...

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Alien 5 Is Happening Says Michael Biehn

Ridley Scott recently wrapped production on Alien: Covenant, which will be the first proper Aliens movie we have had in a very long time. Yes, Prometheus was a prequel to Alien, but it was buried pretty deep back in the lore and was only loosely connected to the franchise. Outside of Scott’s new movie, fans are eagerly awaiting any firm ...

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Suicide Squad Set for Record-Breaking $140M Opening

Last month, just before Comic-Con, Warner Bros.’ Suicide Squad was being tracked by box office analysts who initially claimed the movie could earn $115 million in its opening weekend, which was upgraded to a $125 million debut shortly thereafter. With just a few days left until it his theaters, it seems that this comic book adaptation could fare even better ...

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Thor: Ragnarok Set Photos Surface as Production Controversy Rises

Marvel’s latest superhero adventure Thor: Ragnarok has been filming at Village Roadshow Studios in Australia since the 4th of July, and since then, we’ve gotten a number of photos and videos from the set. Some of these have been from stars Chris Hemsworth and Mark Ruffalo themselves, but today we have new photos of Asgard sets in Australia. We also ...

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Marvel Vs DC Supercut Makes You Wish the Movie Was Real

It wasn’t all that long ago when fans couldn’t even conceive that their favorite superheroes would all be getting movies made about them, let alone the idea of a cinematic universe allowing them to crossover with one another. The only problem is that those interconnected universes can only go so far, because of complicated rights issues and studio agendas. But ...

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