And the world responds, “Who?” The trend of casting unknowns as the Man of Steel continues. Henry Cavill, (“The Tudors”, Stardust) has won the iconic role of Superman/Clark Kent in the upcoming Zack Snyder-directed film. It is an odd casting choice, mainly because Cavill is British. (Didn’t see that
Wonder Woman’s invisible jet may fly again after all! NBC, a network that originally passed on David E. Kelley’s proposed Wonder Woman TV series, has picked up the pilot from the prolific producer. The second chance was a result of the new regime change at NBC, due to the recent
MTV has revealed a new photo of the new Spider-Man costume for the reboot. Check it out below! The previously released photo of Andrew Garfield sans mask gave us an indication that the suit would be different for the new film. The photo, however, shows just how drastic some of
Warner Brothers has announced Christopher Nolan’s selections for the villains in The Dark Knight Rises. Anne Hathaway has been chosen to portray Selina Kyle, aka Catwoman, opposite Christian Bale in Nolan’s third and final Batman film. With the departure of the Rachel Dawes character in the The Dark Knight, it
This past week has been aflutter with wild speculation about who is composing the music to the highly anticipated Joe Johnston-helmed Captain America: The First Avenger. Michael Giacchino’s (Lost, Star Trek) name immediately rose to the top of the guessing game creating frenzy among his fans in the niche film
2011, the year of the cinematic superhero, has begun with the release of The Green Hornet. Having appeared in radio, television, and movie serials since the 1930s, this marks the feature film debut of the newspaper editor turned crime fighter.
As a fan of the character and his roots in radio in television, I had had some doubts about how this character would be adapted to the big screen, and how Seth Rogen, a man with a history of goofy comedies under his belt, would portray the role of white collar crime fighter, Britt Reid. While it is not an achievement of cinematic gold, for a fan, the final product is an enjoyable popcorn movie, but still falls short in some respects.
Similar to the first Iron Man, the audience is introduced to an irresponsible protagonist with nothing but money, parties, and women on the brain. You can guess where the story will go from there. A life changing event prompts the main character to reexamine his life and then use the resources at his disposal to right society’s wrongs. In this case, those resources include his recently deceased father’s wealth, and the combat and engineering skills of Asian mechanic, Kato, played by Taiwanese pop star, Jay Chou.
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The first photo of Andrew Garfield as the new Spider-Man has arrived online! First impression: I have to say I liked the original suit better. It maintains the basic look of the classic costume, but definitely makes some changes. The gloves jump out as the most noticeable difference. While
After a long defrosting period, OTF is back for 2011! And to kick off this new year in the Fridge, we have news and images from the cinematic world of Marvel. The first photo of Chris Evans in full Captain America costume has surfaced. The photo appears in the latest
Kraka THOOOM! You hear that? That’s the sound of hundreds of Marvel fans applauding. Due in front of this weekend’s TRON: Legacy, the first official trailer for Marvel’s Thor hit the internet this weekend. Yahoo Movies gives us a first look. Similar to the footage shown (and later leaked) at
The first full-length trailer for the highly anticipated Batman: Arkham City, premiered Saturday night at the Spike Video Game Awards. Check it out below, courtesy of Game Trailers The sequel to the wildly successful Batman: Arkham Asylum, Arkham City takes the Dark Knight out of the padded halls of
The Green Lantern trailer hit the web on Tuesday, but it made it’s debut in theaters Thursday night in front of Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows, Part 1. Take a look. From what they’re showing, the film is shaping up to be a faithful telling of Hal Jordan’s origin
The Green Lantern trailer isn’t due until next week (in front of Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows Part 1), but Entertainment Tonight gave fans a quick look at what’s coming. ET will run their entire GL feature on Tuesday. Check your local listings and don’t miss it! It looks promising!