Last we heard, Franco hadn’t been made an official offer to play the TV host. Has he signed on? Is the film going ahead? When?
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If you’re going to make it easy for people to spread spoilers about, wouldn’t you want your quality of spoiler to be better than this?
And what about Benedict Cumberbatch? Will we be seeing him return?
I wonder if most aren’t misinterpreting Whedon’s comments.
The trend for modern superhero movies to be about the rich having rich people problems.
Is Oblivion what you want to see this weekend? Michael Moran gives you his opinion: I’ve heard quite a bit of negative buzz about Oblivion. Having now seen it myself I can’t, for the life of me, work out why. I really liked this one. Most-Read Comic Stories Wednesday: The Real WTF Moment In Today’s Batman And… Read more »
Ryan Gosling cranks up the moodiness as he gets ready for a night of death-defying work.
What’s new from DC in June? The forum has already caught a few interesting tidbits. Most-Read Comic Stories Today: DC Solicitations For June 2013 – Except For Batman And Beyond Bringing in DC’ solicitations, as revealed by Comic Book Resources, Comic Vine, Newsarama, IGN, MTV, iFanboy, Comics Alliance all into one spot… no sign of… Read more »
Inspired by Michael Crichton style sci-fi, apparently.
Well played, Amazon.
What no Judi Dench? No Benjamin Whishaw in an anorak? They’ve gone for the sexy ones in the new Skyfall character banners. Here’s the full spread, together. Click through to see it in full size. And thanks to our very own Michael Moran for sending it over.
Time to put on your knickers and the kettle, though not necessarily in that order.
The Sweeney would like you to put your knickers on, make them a cup of tea and watch this new trailer. Let’s pretend they asked nicely and didn’t call you a slag. So much stylised dialogue, which is interesting. A Sweeney film with wall to wall epithets would be most unexpected. It used to be… Read more »
Universal and Focus Features spent so much money on the rights to turn that dirty Twilight fanfic 50 Shades of Grey into a movie that they’re bound to make a move sooner or later. But who to cast? Well, don’t worry, Hollywood, Science has the answer. Sort of. The University of Central Lancashire’s Dr Faye Skelton has composed… Read more »
Scott wants to amuse us with a little bit of “Harry.”
Michael Moran wrote a review of Avengers Assemble for Bleeding Cool yesterday. He only saw it in 2D. Ha. I walked up the red carpet with my good lady wife last night, for the premiere for Avengers Assemble held in London’s biggest shopping mall, Westfield. We passed Jenny Agutter (playing one of Nick Fury’s mysterious… Read more »
Little Bleeder Darian has sent in photos of this piece of commissioned The Avengers graffiti artwork, which is currently being created on a billboard in a certain London location. Readers in the capital, feel free to go out hunting for it. We won’t give you a prize if you find it before it’s finished, but… Read more »
Some of you will have seen (The) Avengers (Assemble) at “fan” screenings. Did you enjoy it as much as Bleeding Cool’s Michael Moran did? Remember – it almost put him in the hospital he got so excited. Here’s just one tiny taste of that potent brew.
Bleeding Cool tweet: The Avengers is ASTOUNDING.
Sweeney Todd, Flying Squad. Rhyming slang at its finest. The Flying Squad are kind of like the UK equivalent of a SWAT team. Sort of. I don’t understand all of these police-y, gun-y things. I think Michael Moran would be the closest we have to an expert on this. I did see the original TV… Read more »
We published Michael Moran’s review of buddy-cops-in-high-school comedy 21 Jump Street earlier today, and he described it as “brilliantly funny … in that big daft grossout comedy action movie way that only modern Hollywood films starring Jonah Hill can be.” But if you haven’t yet made your mind up about whether or not to see it,… Read more »
It took two of us to get this sorted out. I’ve yet to see every last episode of Game of Thrones season one, but I have seen all of the video supplements on the newly released Blu-ray. Michael Moran hasn’t seen the discs at all, but he knows the show well from broadcast. Here’s our… Read more »
This new remake shows considerable fidelity to both The Thing a la John Carpenter and Pingu, the chirpy little penguin with a voice like Tom Hardy’s Bane if he were huffing helium through that mask. Kudos to the short’s director Lee Hardcastle who also built the sets and characters, carried out the animation and performed… Read more »