It has been rumored and was suggested in the trailer, but now it's confirmed - Tao Okamoto will be playing Mercy Graves in Zack Snyder's upcoming "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice".
A character originally created for "Superman: The Animated Series," Mercy serves as Lex Luthor's lethal bodyguard and personal assistant.
Morgan Freeman is attached to play one of the lead roles in "Down To A Sunless Sea" from writer David Gleeson.
Focus Features has just landed the script which is said to be a big action film in the vein of "Air Force One". No further word on the plot, though the title is obviously taken from Samuel Taylor Coleridge's famed poem "Kubla Khan".
Bruce Cohen along with Freeman's production company Revelations are producing.
The first teaser art for the upcoming third and final "Wolverine" spin-off film starring Hugh Jackman has been released - by the actor himself.
Jackman released the art, which debuted during 20th Century's Fox feature film presentation at Comic-Con a few weeks ago, and requested fans tweet him back with the hashtag #OneLastTime and explain what they want to see from his final big screen appearance.
It’s been hinted, but not confirmed, that the film will be based on the Old Man Logan storyline from the comics.
It wasn't terrible like many of you guys are making it out to be, just really kind of meh. Had a few chuckles, but it needed a better script and director. The chemistry between the cast was really lacking here and a lot of jokes fell flat. However, the action scenes were the saving grace and actually really entertaining.
32 years ago, National Lampoon’s Vacation opened and it was glorious. There were three sequels, a Cousin Eddie TV-movie spinoff and even a few TV commercials that included the characters and while there were some highlights – I know Christmas Vacation is beloved by many, though I think European Vacation is the best of the follow-ups – none could quite capture the inspired lunacy of the original John Hughes-written/Harold Ramis-directed film.
But now, the Griswolds are back for a new generation.
Ed Helms plays a grown-up Rusty Griswold, and Christina Applegate is his wife in the reboot of the 'National Lampoon's Vacation' franchise. But the lazy script by cowriters-directors Jonathan M. Goldstein and John Francis Daley relies on profanity and sex, in lieu of real jokes.