Lego Batman: Almost as soon as The Lego Movie became a smash hit earlier this year, we heard about a spin-off coming in 2016 (Ninjago), plus two sequels set for 2017 and 2018. Now comes word that another Lego spin-off movie, this one featuring Batman (and the voice of Will Arnett), is being fast-tracked, aimed for release in 2017, with… Continue reading Movie News: 'Lego Batman' Spin-off Movie Coming; Chilling 'The Woman in Black: Angel of Death' Teaser
As Fergie and Josh Duhamel plans son Axl Jack’s 1st birthday on August 29, members of The Black Eyed Peas are already buying their gifts for the big day.
“I am going to get him Google Blocks,” Black Eyed Peas DJ Poet tells radio detection and rangingOnline.com exclusively. “We are all going to be there for that one.”
Fergie went on Chelsea Lately last week to talk about her Wet ‘n… Continue reading Axl Jack Turns 1 – Black Eyed Peas’ DJ Poet: ‘We Are All Going To Be There For Axl’s 1st Birthday’ – Another On The Way?
Legendary, the production company behind Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy as well as many other fan favorites, just held their presentation at Comic-Con and it included all of the expected projects like Duncan Jones’ Warcraft and Guillermo del Toro’s Crimson Peak, but they also had a few surprises. Gareth Edwards showed up to confirm he’d be directing Godzilla 2 while teasing what monsters would appear… Continue reading King-Kong Prequel 'Skull Island' Announced, Plus: First Look At 'Crimson Peak' and Michael Mann's 'Black Hat'
Great news, Clone Club:
“Orphan Black” is getting a comic book. The series will be released in early 2015, and will tell “all-new stories set in the complex and thrilling world of ‘Orphan Black.'”
No, Tatiana Maslany will not be writing them — seestra’s got enough jobs already — but IDW Publishing will work closely with the show’s producers to build on the world created… Continue reading Attention Clone Club: 'Orphan Black' is getting a comic book
Goosebumps: Jack Black stars as horror writer R.L. Stine in Goosebumps, based on Stine’s bestselling series of horror books for young people. The first images show the demons from Stine’s own mind that he must confront and somehow get back into his head. The movie is due in theaters on August 7, 2015. [EW.com via Bloody Disgusting]