Tons and tons of rumors about the cast of the next Thor movie have been floating around for ages, but now Marvel has finally confirmed its cast list. While there’s a few expected faces on there, there’s one really big surprise: Holy Christ, Jeff Goldblum is in this movie.
You might not know his name—or be able to place him at first glance—but you know British comedian Peter Serafinowicz. Best reference is probably as Shaun and Ed’s uptight roommate in Shaun of the Dead, but his resume is extensive: Guardians of the Galaxy, Spy, and Parks and Recreation, to name a few ... and now, The…
The world might have lost its greatest J. Jonah Jameson, but at least it found itself a Commissioner Gordon that can top Gary Oldman: J.K. Simmons has been cast as Jim Gordon in DC and Warner Bros.’ Justice League duology.
There was a lot of things to love about Clone Wars, but Matt Lanter’s portrayal of Anakin Skywalker—which turned the character into a relatable, tragic hero rather than the petulant sand-hater of the prequels—was near the top. So good news! Lanter will now headline NBC’s delightful-sounding time-travel cop show.
The CW’s modernized take on Archie Comics has been casting for a while now, but it’s finally revealed its Archie Andrews: 18-year-old New Zealander KJ Apa.
These days, creators struggle to keep the details of their upcoming movies and TV shows from leaking on the internet, so they can preserve their big surprises. And this leads to some pretty feeble attempts at misdirection, with cast and crew vehemently denying what everybody already knows. Sometimes, it works.…
AMC’s Preacher adaptation has found one of its big villains—and it’s recruiting Watchmen’s Jackie Earle Haley to play him. The network has announced Haley will play Odin Quincannon across multiple episodes of the first season.
Oh my god. The Power Rangers reboot has officially announced that the show’s classic, scenery-chewing villainess Rita Repulsa will be played by Elizabeth Banks. This is either going to be ridiculous, or a chance to see Banks go absolutely full on bonkers.
Looks like those recent rumors about Universal looking to gender-swap some of the stars of their Universal Monsters reboots might have been true! New reports suggest that rising Kingsman: The Secret Service star Sofia Boutella has signed on to terrorize the world as the iconic monster.
When the trailer for Gods of Egypt came out earlier this month, everyone noticed a couple of things: it’s cast was predominantly Caucasian, which is weird, considering where and when it was set. Now, the studio and director have admitted that they could have done better there.
Fans can’t read the scripts for big, anticipated movies beforehand so sometimes we rely on other means to pre-judge their quality. For example, if a good actor comes on board, it’s usually a good sign. By that rationale, Wonder Woman just got a great sign as Nicole Kidman has joined the film.
Yes, you read that right — one of Westeros' most beloved stars is going far beyond Game of Thrones and into time and space. Arya Stark's in the TARDIS!
Good news, fans of fabulous X-Men characters: X-Men: Apocalypse's mutant roster just got a little more sparkly, with the addition of Lana Condor as the young Jubilation Lee!
No live-action stage spectacle covering the first story arc of the Naruto manga series would be complete without the brave boys and girls of Team Kurenai and Team Asuma. Now where's Akamaru?
Bad news: We don't get to see Tatiana Maslany star in a standalone Star Wars film. Good news: Felicity Jones, who was pretty darn impressive as Jane Hawking in The Theory of Everything, won the role that Rooney Mara and Maslany were competing for.
Sources tell The Hollywood Reporter that Orphan Black star Tatiana Maslany is testing for the female lead in the Gareth Edwards Star Wars spinoff. Come on, Lucasfilm, this one's easy.
One of the most striking characteristics about The Walking Dead this season is its abundance of actors of color. Earlier on in the series, this wasn't the case. Token black characters were the norm, and diversity was lacking.
Along with the announcement that the first ever Good Omens adaptation would be a December radio play came this photo of the cast. Who do you recognize?