More images from the set of The Wolverine have shown up, and we’ve got those for you after the jump.
Have you been reading Matt Kindt’s Mind MGMT series from Dark Horse? You haven’t? Well incase you don’t like reading great comic book series you may be able to watch it on the silver screen thanks to Twentieth Century Fox. More details after the jump.
Major Spoilers has been on top of our game when it comes to getting you all the latest and greatest news regarding Fox’s upcoming animated show based on the Axe Cop comic, and here we are again to show you the newest footage Fox has put together. Keith wrote in asking Axe Cop if he would ever consider being President. Awesome follows.
Grumblings have been heard throughout Hollywood about a Fantastic Four reboot for months with pieces and tid-bits of information becoming right and wrong all along the way. With a director attached in July, Fox has officially announced a release date and they sure have picked an interesting date. Take the jump for the info.
Axe Cop has been a much talked about book this past year and rightfully so. With a brother comedy tag-team heading a book that sent Matthew into a giggle frenzy when it was reviewed on the Major Spoilers Podcast it is no surprise that a network already known for its outrageous cartoon shows would give Axe Cop a shot. Take the jump to see the first animated test reel.
Ubisoft continues to move the Assassin’s Creed movie closer to production, and this morning we learn that Ubisoft, New Regency, and Fox have signed their lead actor.
During the Fringe panel, fans were given a look at the trailer for the final season of the show.
Still hot off Chronicle, director Josh Trank has joined with Sony Pictures to bring a big screen adaptation of Shadow of Colossus to life.
We know that the next Wolverine movie takes place in Japan, and has the potential to feature the Silver Samuarai, but what fans don’t know is when the movie begins production. Hugh Jackman took to Twitter this weekend and let everyone in on the production.
Fox has announced it is ordering one final season of Fringe for the fall.
What is it about The Punisher? The Marvel character has three feature movies (Thor only has one), and now word is out that Frank Castle is getting his own television series.
According to Deadline, Fox has purchased the rights to DC Comics’ The Spectre character for possible development as a television series. The series would be produced by Warner Bros. TV.