Thursday, April 28, 2011

SDCC 2011 Mattel Exclusives on G4

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Ursa Will Make An Appearance In Zack Snyder's Superman Alongside Zod

Deadline reports that actress German actress Antje Traue (Pandorum) is close to sealing the deal to be a female villain in Zack Snyder's reboot of Superman for Warner Bros. 

It has already been officially announced that actor Michael Shannon (Boardwalk Empire) has been cast in the movie to play the villain General Zod, so the most logical character for Traue to play would be the character of Ursa who appeared alongside General Zod in the first two Superman movies back in the 80's. Ursa appearing in this new movie is only speculation at this time, but time should soon reveal all.


Mark Ruffalo, who this week both begins production on The Avengers and releases his directorial debut, Sympathy for Delicious, chatted with MTV News about his upcoming dual role as both Dr. Bruce Banner and as the Incredible Hulk in the Joss Whedon-helmed superhero ensemble. In addition to joking around with a pair of toy Hulk hands, Ruffalo confirmed that the Hulk himself will have some dialogue in the upcoming film.
"You'll love them," says Ruffalo of the Hulk's lines, "...One of them is actually very memorable."
The Avengers, set for release on May 4, 2012, also stars Robert Downey, Jr., Chris Hemsworth, Chris Evans, Jeremy Renner, Scarlett Johansson, Clark Gregg, Samuel L. Jackson, Cobie Smulders, Tom Hiddleston and Stellan SkarsgĂ„rd.
Check out video from the interview below:

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Captain America vs Iron Man In Avengers Movie???

"Even in the first 'Captain America' movie, they bring him into the modern world — that does happen," Evans told MTV News when asked how the character's dual presence in both World War II and the modern era will factor into Marvel's movie universe. "In 'The Avengers,' they start to explore this. He's a fish out of water, a man not in his time, and he's just coming to terms with the way the world is now and how it's changed since the '40s."

"I think there's certainly a dichotomy — this kind of friction between myself and Tony Stark," he explained. "They're polar opposites. One guy is flash and spotlight and smooth, and the other guy is selfless and in the shadows and kind of quiet. . . and they have to get along. They explore that, and it's pretty fun."

Bill & Ted 3 Script Complete

Actor and director Alex Winter today posted on hisTwitter feed the following update in regards to the next installment to the status of Bill & Ted 3.

"Bill and Ted 3, less than 6 weeks away and counting? Movie is gonna kick some ass." > Just got the script. And now to read..."

Screenwriters Chris Matheson and Ed Solomon are the ones who reportedly have written the script and both Winter and Keanu Reeves who spoke to MTV last year about the project seem to be on board with it.

Sunday, April 24, 2011


Earlier this week, talked to Taylor Kitsch about his new movie The Bang Bang Club and before they wrapped up the interview, they asked the actor whether he has heard any word whether he might reprise the role of Gambit that he played in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, being that producer Lauren Schuler Donner has recently talked about continuing the "X-Men" movies following the upcoming X-Men: First Class. 

"There were strong rumors a while ago, but I haven't heard or seen anything tangible anyways," he told them in response. "I know if we do it, it'll probably be down the road and we'll do it hopefully a lot darker. I'd love to play him again, but it's a matter of doing it right, too. There's no point in just doing it for the sake of doing it. You gotta kill if you're going to do it, so we'll see." 

He also told the site that he hasn't had a chance to meet Anna Paquin, who played Gambit's long-time love interest Rogue in the previous three films. 

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Stan Lee Talks About Cameo In Batman movie attended the Las Vegas’ CinemaCon earlier this week and new footage from Marvel's "Thor" was shown but the one scene that got everyone excited was the cameo by longtimeMarvel Comics writer, editor and executive Stan Lee.

In the movie "Thor," Lee plays a truck driver attempting to pull the Norse god’s hammer from the ground with his vehicle.

“Did I do it well? Did I look like a truck driver? Because I’m a method actor. I bought myself a truck and I rehearsed,” Lee joked on Saturday. Lee said he was about to film another cameo, for “Captain America: The First Avenger,” which arrives in theaters on July 22, though he’s unsure who he’ll be playing.

Lee offered up a suggestion on which film he should cameo for next: “I wonder why DC Comics doesn’t have me do a cameo in Batman? Just think how people would come to see that. They wouldn’t believe it.”