We’re still several months away from meeting our newest big screen Batman, but rumors are already surfacing about what Ben Affleck’s Dark Knight may be up to in his first solo outing. The good news is that these newest rumors happen to pretty plausible.
When there’s a movie as big as Batman v Superman on the way, all sorts of wild and wonderful rumors make their way onto the web. Who’s in it? Who are the villains? Are there other superhero cameos? Then there’s the absolute crazy ones, like this: What if Ben Affleck’s Batman... wasn’t really Batman at all?
If Man of Steel, Batman v Superman and Suicide Squad are any indication, the DC Cinematic Universe is going to be much darker and grimmer than Marvel’s. But a new rumor suggests it’ll eventually get a big dash of fun and color, thanks to the misfit pairing of Booster Gold and Blue Beetle.
Another iPhone day is upon us, but this year, there’s a twist. While we can undoubtedly expect to see a new phone, we also expect a look at a very meaningful upgrade to the aging Apple TV. The latest iPhone will put more power in your pocket. The new Siri-ready Apple TV might just transform entire home.
Hard to think of a better way to start your work week than a juicy Star Wars rumor, right? The latest one is a doozy and it concerns Felicity Jones’ lead role in 2016’s Star Wars Anthology: Rogue One. Rumor is, she’s the daughter of Boba Fett.
Recent rumors about the impending Power Rangers reboot seemed to indicate we could be in for a needlessly “gritty” movie. But an alleged new plot synopsis could imply the exact opposite—that we’re getting a movie so achingly ‘90s that it practically oozes MC Hammer pants and Marky Mark.
Fallout 4 is finally official, but the fake rumors won’t stop popping up. As Ron Perlman might say: Bullshit. Bullshit never changes.
Electronic Gaming Monthly used to be my bible. Every month, I’d flip through the pages, and dream of the future. Quartermann was EGM’s rumormonger, and I hung on his every word.
Can you fully transform into a werewolf in Bloodborne? The game has been out for two weeks, and it’s still unclear.
Wait, who? Get to know the name, because 25-year-old Welsh actor Taron Egerton, formerly known as "breakout star of Kingsman: The Secret Service" is rumored to be playing young Han Solo in the second standalone Star Wars film.
We've been waiting a long time for the next Star Wars movie... but we've been waiting even longer for a sequel to Spaceballs, Mel Brooks' Star Wars spoof. But now, Brooks says he actually wants to make this happen, and he aims to start work on it soon after The Force Awakens comes out.
Showrunner Steven Moffat has made it clear that he's already making plans for at least some of Doctor Who's episodes in 2015 — but speculation as to who might replace him continues to spread. And one surprising candidate has seemed to fuel the speculation, with a series of confusing tweets. Update: Comments from…
It could be that the after-credits scene of Avengers: Age of Ultron is where we'll learn which characters will join the ever-changing line-up. And one long-awaited name has always been on the list.
Badass Digest claims to have details about the plot of Episode VII, and, if true, it's going to have a ridiculous MacGuffin. So, spoilers if you chose to read on.
The latest rumor is that the perennially stalled Six Million Dollar Man film has found its star in Mark Wahlberg. It's an unsourced, unconfirmed rumor, so it may mean nothing. Alternately, prepare for an onslaught of jokes about Wahlberg's clueless Transformer character reacting to the abilities of Steve Austin.
Forget grains of salt; please find the nearest salt lick, and start chowing down. Because it's the only way you're going to survive the supposed news that Twilight's Robert Pattinson is the current favorite to play the new Indiana Jones.
Still upset about that massive Fallout 4 hoax? Here's some good news for you: The next entry in Bethesda's post-apocalyptic RPG series is real, it's in development right now, and, as rumored, it appears to be set in Boston, according to casting documents obtained by Kotaku.
For the past couple weeks, the internet has been ablaze with rumors that 90 of the 106 deleted episodes of Doctor Who had been recovered. Sadly, Philip Morris, the man who was rumored to have found the episodes, has denied it outright.