Warner Bros. has been trying to make a live-action Akira movie for as long as we can remember. Multiple filmmakers, actors, and writers have unsuccessfully tried to adapt the graphic novel turned iconic animated film for Hollywood. Now comes the biggest Akira rumor yet.
“I want to see that again” was probably your first thought after watching Mad Max: Fury Road. The second may have been “I wonder what director George Miller is doing next.” He hasn’t decided yet, but he’s currently talking to DC movie people about potentially doing the second Man of Steel.
Over at Pure Xbox they’ve secured what they say are leaked screenshots for a soon-to-be-announced Transformers brawler from Activision. Maybe, maybe not—all I know for certain is the shots depict a game I’d love to play.
We know that Nathan Fillion has a small cameo in Guardians of the Galaxy, but who is he playing? Take this rumor with the usual heaps of salt, but if it's true, it's a huge spoiler for the movie. DO NOT READ AHEAD unless you're willing to risk ruining one of the movie's big surprises.
In 2013, next-gen consoles — previously the dominant fodder of the rumor mill — were announced and released. Many next-gen rumors turned out to be true — unpopular and confusing DRM policies were announced and reversed, launch titles were delayed, game resolutions differed. Yet these next-gen matters were not the only…
There have been a lot of rumors that Tony Stark actually wears armor Mark XLII in Iron Man 3, and there could be many, many Iron Man suits featured in the movie. Now, someone on 4chan has posted details they claim describe many of these suits, and even included concept art for some of them.
Megan Fox dishes on Michael Bay, the crew of Transformers dish back (and then some) and Bay himself turns out to be the calm voice of reason? WTF? Everything we know is wrong!
Today in ridiculous Batman rumors, Eddie Murphy is playing the Riddler in the next Dark Knight, Shia LaBeouf is Robin, and I ride a sleigh drawn by tiny ponies to work.
Click to view For people who haven't been enjoying the adventures of Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman or any other DC superheroes over the last few years, relief may be at hand. It looks as if DC Comics Executive Editor Dan DiDio is about to be removed rather soon. That's the rumor that's been going around comic circles…
We already told you about the Superman Vs. Batman in-joke movie billboard that makes an appearance in I Am Legend, and there's a grainy shot of it above. When you watch this in a crowded theater you can hear the fangasm of recognition pass through the audience when this image slides by, and now various fan sites seem…