I will tell you everything about Paul Rudd as Ant Man. Marvel Entertainment has shared a photo of Paul Rudd as Ant Man today, and Ant Man is otherwise known as Scott Lang. The movie is out in July on the 17th of that month in the year 2015.
Some games graphics, especially cutscenes, have started to look so real that sometimes it feels as if you're actually watching a live action film. Sometimes it makes you wonder why these aren't turned into movies themselves. Fret not, true believer, as Activision is said to be wondering about that too, and might actually do something about it as well.
Marvel has officially kicked off production for its temporarily ill-fated Ant-Man superhero movie, one of several titles it has in the works. This film, in particular, is slated to release in the United States on July 17 of next year, and does, indeed, star Paul Rudd as previously rumored.
Neptune’s beard! It would appear that we’re closer than ever to an Aquaman solo hero movie ready to roll by the year 2015. Closer than ever - closer than a Wonder Woman movie! We’re not ready for that, after all, that’d be as absurd as Marvel releasing a movie about Thor!
An Assasin’s Creed movie is on the way, and fans of the franchise are giddy with excitement. Even more exciting is Michael Fassbender, who is better known to comic-movie fans as Magneto, will be starring in the film adaptation of the game. So what can we expect from the game? Fassbender was coy in his response.
This week J.J.Abrams has let it be known who will be taking part in Star Wars 7 with an on-screen role thanks to their Force For Change initiative. In the process, he’s also shown off a single robotic hand. Whose hand is that, you might ask? Think about who’s had their hand chopped off in the past.
The team at Valve responsible for expanding their command over the multimedia universe may well be making a bit move in the near future. Word from those that monitor the Steam database code suggests that additions have been made with the following keywords: video, film, music, TV series, and plugin.
Amazon is once again nixing movie pre-orders, this time against Disney, likely as a move to "motivate" negotiations in a direction it considers more favorable. Neither Disney or Amazon have commented on the matter, but it has been noted that recent Disney movies like Guardians of the Galaxy are not available for pre-order on Amazon.
One of the men who created Rocket Raccoon was, unfortunately, not able to watch his creation come to life on the big screen when Guardians of the Galaxy hit theaters. Bill Mantlo suffered brain damage when struck by a car in the early 90s, and is currently in a long-term care facility.