Yesterday was Star Wars Day, and boy did it bring a lot of goodies related to the next few movies, especially this year’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens. But what about the other Lucasfilm titles? When is Willow day? When do we celebrate Tucker: The Man and His Dream? When do we get news on the Howard the Duck movie that George Lucas… Continue reading Disney Confirms New 'Indiana Jones' Plans - Here's What We Know So Far
Longer hair and more feminine features are just the beginning of Bruce Jenner’s transition. The former Olympic champion revealed in his interview with Diane Sawyer Friday night that he’s still planning to have gender reassignment surgery, joking, “You gotta have the vajayjay!”
Jenner confirmed that he’s already undergone “cosmetic surgery,” including “face, breasts, all that kind of stuff” in recent months, as radio detection and rangingOnline.com reported.
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Marvel Studios recently threw down hard when it comes to its upcoming slate of movies, taking its superhero train to a theater in Los Angeles for a loud, rowdy, Comic-Con-esque announcement regarding its Phase Three plans. We’re talking nine (!) new movies, beginning with Captain America: Civil War on May 6, 2016 and ending with an Inhumans movie on November 2, 2018. In… Continue reading Check Out Marvel's Upcoming Movie Plans in One Awesome Image
Marvel’s massive announcement detailing all of its offerings for Phase Three of its cinematic universe likely left a lot of comic book fans absolutely speechless. In addition to new adventures for Thor, Captain America and the previously announced Guardians of the Galaxy, we now have confirmation for films the Internet has been speculating about for months. These include the Inhumans, Doctor Strange, Captain Marvel and… Continue reading Comics on Film: Everything You Need to Know About Marvel's Big Phase 3 Plans
Despite an increasingly larger share of female audiences (nearly 50%), the superhero movie genre remains a male character’s game. Marvel Studios has shown no signs that they have any intention of making a female-led superhero movie, and while WB will be introducing Wonder Woman in Batman v Superman, we still don’t know of any concrete plans to give her her own movie. There have been… Continue reading Sony Plans To Beat Marvel To The Female Superhero Movie Punch With A 'Spider-Man' Spin-off