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Though the latest Prometheus and Aliens franchise films may be flipping back and forth as far as their current status goes, Dark Horse is ready to introduce a new reading audience to the xenomorphs that started it all by collecting the original Aliens series in a new hardcover collection.
FX Networks has announced two new television project involving X-Men properties, the first was the previously announced Legion project, and it also looks like the network is working on something involving the Hellfire Club.
It was revealed during the Warner Bros. Television Takeover panel at the New York Comic Con that Paul Reubens (aka Pee-wee Herman) has been cast to play The Penguin’s father on the hit FOX television show.
During its panel at the New York Comic Con, Dark Horse Comics announced it was working with 20th Century Fox and James Cameron’s Lightstorm Entertainment to bring Avatar to the comic book pages.
We are stranded in the middle of Western Kansas, so we kind of know what Mark Whatney is going through as he tries to survive on the Red Planet. Stephen and Zach sit down to discuss Ridley Scott’s The Martian on this episode of Zach on Film.
Looks like we’ll all have to wait a bit longer for the Gambit movie to hit screens, as the Fox production has shut down and director Rupert Wyatt has left the flick.
If you were hoping for 50 trailers leading up to the debut of the Fantastic Four movie (I’m lookin’ at you Ant-Man) you’re going to be slightly disappointed to learn that 20th Century Fox has released the “final” trailer before the release of the movie arriving on August 7.
Missed Comic-Con like everyone else who couldn’t score one of the 150,000 tickets to the show? Were you dying to be in attendance for the Fantastic Four movie panel? Your hopes and dreams aren’t smashed, as the full panel is right here, right now like a Jesus Jones song you can’t get out of your head.
I’m giving huge props to the Flicks and The City team for getting all of the panels recorded and posted, without the videos being taken down… yet. Here’s the video from last night’s Gotham panel.
During the 20th Century Fox panel at the San Diego Comic Con, Hugh Jackman appeared to tell the packed hall that he was putting on the claws one more time.
Award Winning Actress and Singer Leslie Uggams announced via her official website that she has been cast in the upcoming Deadpool movie set for release from 20th Century Fox. Uggams will play the role of Blind Al an intelligence agent with ties to the Captain America universe, which immediately begs the question of how 20th Century Fox got the part away from Marvel Studios. In the comics, Blind Al eventually becomes a target of Deadpool’s.
Press Release As announced on The Hollywood Reporter, award-winning publisher BOOM! Studios is excited to reveal that Michael Keaton (Birdman, Batman) will star in and produce a film adaptation at 20th Century Fox of the comic series Imagine Agents, created by Brian Joines.