While doing press rounds for her new film “American Hustle,” Amy Adams spoke with SuperHeroHype how she feels about Wonder Woman’s presence in the upcoming “Man of Steel” sequel, specifically about the possibility of a love triangle between Wonder Woman, Lois Lane and Superman.
“Am I interested? I don’t know. I mean, we’ll see,” Adams told SuperHeroHype. “I hope that I can be involved with a woman on screen where we’re not in a love triangle. That would be fun. Maybe where we team up together and we work as teammates instead of adversaries.”
Opens July 17, 2015
GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY
Bradley Cooper spoke with Collider about his experience voice Rocket Raccoon for “Guardians of the Galaxy,” touching on the voice he cultivated for the character as well as praising Chris Pratt’s performance.
“He’s seen as a cockney accent sometimes, so we debated whether to do that or to do this other guy from the city a little bit,” said Cooper.
Opens August 1, 2014
Bryan Singer is reportedly officially on board to direct “X-Men: Apocalypse.” Given the “Days of Future Past” director’s tweet last week, many simply assumed he would be the one at the helm, but an unconfirmed report from Vulture states unequivocally that “Apocalypse” will be Singer’s next film following “Days of Future Past.”
Meanwhile, Fox has hired Simon Kinberg to help expand both the X-Men and Fantastic Four franchises. While “X-Men: Apocalypse” is likely a big part of Fox’s plans, Kinberg is likely also trying to figure out how Jeff Wadlow’s “X-Force” fits into the grand scheme of Fox’s X-Men universe.
“I have a lot of ideas on how to build those brands and do what everybody is thinking of these days: Be like Marvel,” said Kinberg. “I want to be able to build stories over multiple movies.”
Opens May 27, 2016
AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.
The cold open for this week’s episode of “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” “The Bridge” has hit online. Check it out below.
Airs Tuesdays on ABC
According to Television Show Auditions, Fox’s “Gotham” pilot is looking for a young Bruce Wayne. The audition website describes James Gordon as a rookie homicide detective investigating — surprise! — the double murder of Thomas and Martha Wayne, and 10-year-old Bruce will be a regular role.
THE WOLVERINE 2
While many saw the comments from “The Wolverine” director James Mangold and star Hugh Jackman as a sign that Jackman might return again to the role of Logan, comments from the actor indicate that the sequel is far from a done deal — and that he still may not return.
“I don’t know whether or not I will do this next movie,” he said. “I am really proud of [The Wolverine] and I am excited to develop something with Jim Mangold from the beginning because that is a great ride. That’s exciting, to see what we come up with but I have a very high expectation of what it would need to be [for me to star in it] and if it doesn’t reach those, I won’t be doing it.”
Marvel confirmed the reports that Drew Goddard is onboard to helm the “Daredevil” Netflix series. In addition to writing and directing the first episode, Goddard will serve as showrunner and executive producer on the series.
STAR TREK 3
According to The Hollywood Reporter, “Star Trek 3” has nabbed two new writers. While “Star Trek” and “Star Trek Into Darkness” co-writer Roberto Orci will return for the third film, he’ll be the only returning writer (Alex Kurtzman and Damon Lindelof are not attached to write the project). Orci will be joined by J.D. Payne and Patrick McKay.
The writing staff isn’t the only change to “Star Trek 3” — J.J. Abrams will also not direct the film due to his commitments to “Star Wars: Episode VII.”
A brand new “Sherlock” trailer has hit online, and the fan-favorite series is set for release on January 1 in the UK. It debuts January 19 in the US.
Season premiere airs January 1/January 19.
Speaking of BBC series, BBC has posted new photos from the “Doctor Who” Christmas special, Matt Smith’s final episode as The Doctor.
Airs December 25