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Bryan Cranston: Actor Bryan Cranston (above in Trumbo, opening November 6) proved his bones by portraying good guy turned evil drug lord Walter White on TV’s Breaking Bad, and is now ready to return to the dark side. “I’d like to do some big superhero villain in some Marvel classic,” he says. As to which character he might play… Continue reading Movie News: Hey Marvel, Bryan Cranston Wants to Be Your Next Villain; Vin Diesel Announces 'XXX 3' Director

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Franchise Fever: F. Gary Gray will direct Fast & Furious 8. Paramount is making at least four more Transformers movies. George Miller will make two Mad Max: Fury Road sequels. Bad Boys 3 is coming soon. Incredibles 2 got a release date. Will Forte says Macgruber 2 is still happening. 

More Sequelitis: Keanu Reeves revealed the premise of John Wick 2. Ridley Scott revealed the premise of Alien: Paradise Lost. Fox revealed more plot details… Continue reading Best of the Week: 'Fast & Furious 8' Finally Found a Director, Marvel Announced 'Ant-Man and The Wasp' and More

It’s a little hard to believe we’ve already made it through two whole phases of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Someone who was only one when the first Iron Man came out will be old enough to see him fight his friends in 2016’s Captain America: Civil War— assuming their parents let them see PG-13 movies, that is.

Crazier still, that same kid… Continue reading Marvel Announces 'Ant-Man and the Wasp,' Plus: Dates For Three New Movies

The month of October is typically time for scary movies to get the spotlight, but this month is also packed with some great, geeky stuff that’s significantly less likely to give you nightmares. From massive conventions to hit movies and cool comics, there’s a lot to look out for on shelves, in theaters, and around the geek scene throughout October.

Here are… Continue reading October Geek Guide: Comic Cons, A Lawn Jabba, Marvel Reboots, and More To Look For This Month

If superhero fatigue is a real thing, the tipping point happened this Summer. Avengers: Age of Ultron’s box office returns were very strong but not strong enough to overtake the grosses for the original film. The initial gimmick of seeing the team assemble for the first time was spent and movie-goers’ reactions were more mixed, leading to less return business. Ant-Man had a… Continue reading Marvel Studios Countdown: Superhero Fatigue and What Marvel Is Doing to Fight It