The team behind Deadpool 2 talk about Cable’s role in the film. Joe Russo teases Stan Lee’s cameo in Civil War. Gotham teases the return of Fish Mooney. Plus, a new clip from X-Men Apocalypse, a ton of new Civil War stills, and new details on Lego’s next Star Wars series. To me, my Spoilers!
Summer movie season is upon us! That means four straight months of Hollywood’s splashiest films, released in rapid succession like a battle royale for box-office domination. But which of these movies is worth your time? Here’s our guide to the 35 genre movies coming this summer.
The cast of Fantastic Beasts says some well-known Harry Potter faces might show up. Supergirl’s producer offers a taste of what’s in store for Kara. James Gunn would love to include some Fox-owned characters in Guardians of the Galaxy. Plus, the first Iron Fist set pictures, and new Game of Thrones footage. Behold,…
We’ve already filled you in on everything you ever wanted to know about the making of Finding Dory. Now get a look at some lovely concept art—we’re already in love with Hank the cranky octopus!—for Andrew Stanton’s Finding Nemo sequel, which will be in theaters June 17.
For almost 10 years, Finding Nemo was Pixar’s most successful film. And yet, other movies kept getting sequels while our favorite fish story didn’t. At last, in 2010, writer/director Andrew Stanton got inspired. Five years later, on June 17, Finding Dory is coming to theaters.
Often, one of the best things about a new Pixar movie is getting to see a brand new short film beforehand. These are Oscar-quality animations with a huge variety of subjects, and the latest is no different. It’s called Piper.
In the second Finding Dory trailer, we’ve got a lot more scenes of Dory and Marlin on the journey to find Dory’s family. It’s completely charming, and yet somehow exactly the same as Finding Nemo—right down to what looks like Dory’s terrifying capture by humans.
Deadpool could be teaming up sooner than you expect. Maisie Williams throws her hat into the ring to replace Peter Capaldi on Doctor Who. A new viral site teases a ton of information for 10 Cloverfield Lane. Riverdale casts its Betty and Jughead, and a familiar villain returns to The Flash. Spoilers Now!
It’s a veritably villainous Star Wars blowout, as another fan-favorite villain may head to Rebels. Sophie Turner teases Sansa’s journey in Game of Thrones. Plus, new X-Files clips, and a sports star heads to Batman v Superman. To me, my Spoilers!
Plus, could we get a trailer soon? Henry Cavill says that Batman v Superman won’t directly address criticisms of Man of Steel. Chris Evans discusses the politics of Civil War. Venture Bros. is finally returning! Plus, tons of images from Disney films, Lucifer, and Shadowhunters. So many spoilers!
Ryan Gosling confirms he’s a part of Blade Runner 2. Check out a weird and wonderful new alien from The Force Awakens. Ezra Miller talks about what he wants from Barry Allen in The Flash. Plus, Agent Carter gets a return date, and David Tennant chills in the first clips from Jessica Jones. To Me, My Spoilers!
We finally have the first trailer for the Finding Nemo sequel–and it focuses on what we all knew the plot is: Dory trying to find her family.
Anthony Mackie teases the political bent of Civil War. Is Hugh Jackman part of reshoots for Deadpool? Melissa Benoist talks about Superman appearing on Supergirl. Plus, Arrow teases more mysteries, and what’s to come on The Flash, iZombie, Doctor Who and The Walking Dead. To me, my Spoilers!
When the toy army men rappelled from the ceiling to mark the end of Disney’s D23 Expo Animation and Pixar panel, it looked like an invasion. It sort of had been. An invasion of clips, stars and news from the upcoming slate of the company’s bread and butter genre.
Al Pacino has met with Marvel, but could he actually appear in a Marvel movie? Jason Momoa reveals how many movies he'll play Aquaman in. George Lucas isn't that interested in J.J. Abrams' Star Wars. Plus a ton of information about Doctor Who's scary "thriller" of a Christmas episode. Spoilers now!
There may be something darker brewing under the surface of the Finding Nemo sequel Finding Dory. Turns out the absolutely devastating orca documentary about the killer whale Tilikum (who killed three trainers) has altered the movie's ending.
Pixar's latest films have been terrific, but not quite up to the standard of Classic Pixar. And with sequels to Monsters Inc., Cars and Finding Nemo coming out recently or soon, some people have worried that Pixar is becoming a "sequel factory." But Pixar president says that's about to change.