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Fox Plans ‘First Class’ Sequel, ‘Daredevil’ and ‘Fantastic Four’ Reboots and Potential ‘New Mutants’ Movie
Fox Plans ‘First Class’ Sequel, ‘Daredevil’ and ‘Fantastic Four’ Reboots and Potential ‘New Mutants’ Movie
Marvel Studios isn't the only movie studio looking to build some superhero franchises out of Marvel Comics characters, it seems. Not only is Fox planning to start shooting a sequel to X-Men: First Class next January, but it's also planning reboots for Daredevil and Fantastic Four, as well as mulling over the possibility of a New Mutants movie, too...
Link Ink: New Image of ‘The Avengers’ S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier Toy, BlackBerry’s Superheroes, and the Power Rangers go Super Samurai
Link Ink: New Image of ‘The Avengers’ S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier Toy, BlackBerry’s Superheroes, and the Power Rangers go Super Samurai
Toys: IGN has a huge new image of Hasbro's 3-foot-long S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier toy from The Avengers movie toy line. It's no USS Flagg, but it'll do for now. Marketing: BlackBerry released an infographic featuring superheroes known as "The Bold Team" based on...
‘Chronicle’ Marketing Stunt Sends ‘People’ Soaring Over the New York City Skyline [Video]
‘Chronicle’ Marketing Stunt Sends ‘People’ Soaring Over the New York City Skyline [Video]
If you were on the streets of New York City the other day, you may have heard someone shout, "Look, up in the sky! It's a bird! It's a plan! It's Super-Oh wait, actually it is a plane." It was three human-shaped remote-controlled planes, to be precise, specially created to give the illusion of actual people flying around the skies of New York City as a promotional stunt for the upcomin
Warner Bros. Officially Greenlights White ‘Akira’ As More White ‘Akira’ Films Propagate [Video]
Warner Bros. Officially Greenlights White ‘Akira’ As More White ‘Akira’ Films Propagate [Video]
Warner Bros. has officially "greenlit" production of AKIRA, the studio's long-in-development live-action adaptation of the classic manga and anime created by Katsuhiro Otomo. The studio announced in July that it had hired Unknown and House of Wax director Jaume Collet-Serra to replace Albert Hughes, who left the project amid fan outcry (led by the beloved Japanese-American actor George