Monthly Archives: October 2015

Mark Strong Is A Total Badass In Red-Band Teaser For ‘The Brothers Grimsby’

Mark Strong Is A Total Badass In Red-Band Teaser For ‘The Brothers Grimsby’

A new assignment forces a top spy (Strong) to team up with his football hooligan brother (Baron Cohen). A red band teaser trailer for the upcoming spy comedy The Brothers Grimsby has made it’s way online, and shows-off Mark Strong’s spy character kicking major ass with an interesting p.o.v. action sequence, while Sacha Baron Cohen’s

Neill Blomkamp Reveals ‘Alien 5’ On Hold While Fox Focuses On ‘Alien: Paradise Lost’

Casting is currently underway for Ridley Scott’s Prometheus sequel Alien: Paradise Lost, and there is a bit of an update concerning Neill Blomkamp’s Alien 5. Blomkamp took to Twitter to reveal that his film has been put on hold, this doesn’t mean it’s never happening or he’s exiting it, just that Fox has decided to focus

Becky G. Cast As ‘The Yellow Ranger’

Today,  Lionsgate and Saban have officially announced the final casting in their upcoming Power Rangers reboot. They have cast Empire actress and songwriter Becky Gomez in the role of The Yellow Ranger. This is of course a departure from the original yellow ranger who typically depicted to be Asian-American. She joins Dacre Montgomery as The

Matthew McConaughey Reportedly Passes On ‘Guardians of The Galaxy Vol. 2’ Villain; Was The Role Magnus?

In a separate report from Variety they mention that recent Oscar winner Matthew McConaughey was offered the villain part in James Gunn’s Guardians of The Galaxy Vol. 2 , but passed on it. Marvel and Gunn wanted Matthew McConaughey to play the villain in the superhero sequel, but the actor recently passed, leaving the search

The Protagonist

Diversity Aboveground; Black Widow: Forever Red

In the last few years, Marvel has published several books written for the Young Adult market. The latest release is Black Widow: Forever Red by Margaret Stohl. With the popularity of Black Widow and the way she’s been turned into a rallying cry for how female superheroes are treated, how is her portrayal? Does it