"Thor" footage explodes onto the web! "Cowboys" director discusses tone. "Crosshair" to be a motion picture. Also, Chris Evans talks "Captain America," the "Blue Beetle" test film and more.
The first official red band trailer for 30 Days of Night: Dark Days has premiered online, promising plenty of blood-soaked action for fans of the vampire franchise.
As Guillermo Del Toro departs one high profile novel adaptation alongside an equally high profile producer, he finds another similar project in the form of H.P. Lovecraft's At The Mountains of Madness with producer James Cameron.
The extended trailer for Marvel's Thor shown at Comic-Con International has made its way online, laying out the movie's plot, showing the Destroyer in action, and giving Clark Gregg's Agent Coulson plenty of screen time. Starring Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, Natalie Portman, Jamie Alexander and Anthony Hopkins, Thor opens on May 6, 2011.
Mandeville Films and Top Cow Productions have struck a deal to adapt Crosshair, one of the new comics from the publisher's "Pilot Season" initiative. The title centers on a former assassin turned devoted father who discovers he's been programmed to kill the President.
Despite months of persistent rumors, most centering on actor Nathan Fillion, we learned over the weekend that Ant-Man won't appear in The Avengers. But why? And what about the Wasp, the character frequently mentioned in connection with actress Eva Longoria?
A Twilight vampire reports to "First Class", a "Desperate" housewife flattered by "Avengers" rumor, an "Unknown" comic intrigues Brett Ratner, a "Superman" star wants to return and more.
Edi Gathegi, who played the wicked vampire Laurent in Twilight, has been cast as the ever-adapting mutant Darwin in X-Men: First Class, Matthew Vaughn's reboot of the Fox franchise. Gathegi joins a cast that includes James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Kevin Bacon, Alice Eve, Nicholas Hoult, Caleb Landry Jones, Jennifer Lawrence and Lucas Till.
Footage from Josh Hutcherson's Spider-Man audition video has leaked online, showing a bespectacled Peter Parker leaping, flipping and kicking as he faces off against a group of high-school bullies. In the end, of course, Sony went with Andrew Garfield for Marc Webb's reboot of its Spider-Man franchise.