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David Harbour Would Love to See a Red Guardian Cold War Film

Disney’s upcoming film Black Widow is set to release next month, and when it does, fans will be introduced to David Harbour’s Alexei Shostakov, also known as Red Guardian. Speaking at a press conference for the upcoming film, Harbour spoke about his character, and how he’d love to see more of his origins explored.   RELATED: New Black Widow TV Spot & Clip Unveiled as Advance Tickets Go On Sale “What’s funny about Alexei, you have this 25-year gap we don’t know about (in the movie),” Harbour sa...
Tags: Movies, Marvel, Disney, America, Ohio, Marvel Studios, Jeremy Renner, Harbour, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Natasha, Alexei, Movie News, Natasha Romanoff, Clint Barton Hawkeye, David Harbour, Cate Shortland


Joaquin Phoenix and Rooney Mara Join Lynne Ramsay’s Polaris

Real-life couple Joaquin Phoenix and Rooney Mara are no strangers to collaborating on films, and it looks as if they’ll be partnering up once again.   RELATED: Disappointment Blvd.: Joaquin Phoenix to Star in A24 & Ari Aster’s New Film Speaking during the recent Valencia International Film Festival (via El Espanol) – also known as Cinema Jove – director Lynne Ramsay received the Luna de Valencia Award and spoke about her upcoming film Polaris, where she revealed that both Phoenix and Mara had ...
Tags: Movies, Ridley Scott, Joaquin Phoenix, Rooney Mara, Phoenix, Polaris, Joaquin, Mary Magdalene, Mara, Ramsay, ComingSoon, Movie News, Lynne Ramsay, Sarah Polley, Ari Aster, El Español


Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut vs. Theatrical Release?

Superman II turned 40 this week and still carries the rare distinction of a sequel that actually lives up to its predecessor. I’d be lying if I said I enjoyed the follow-up more than Richard Donner’s 1978 Superman: The Movie, which is essentially a perfect film in my opinion. Yet, Superman II still packs quite the punch and expands upon the themes established in the original without losing any of that film’s charm. Of course, it’s a small wonder Superman II even works at all considering the wel...
Tags: Movies, White House, Superman, America, Action, Paris, Marlon Brando, Warner Bros, John Williams, Superhero, Comic Book, Niagara Falls, Gene Hackman, Snyder, Clark, Lester


Ms. Marvel Set Photos Show Kamala Khan Using Her Powers

New Ms. Marvel set photos gives fans their first look at Iman Vellani’s Kamala Khan using her powers in the upcoming Disney+ series.   RELATED: Ms. Marvel Set Photos Show First Look at Iman Vellani in Costume In the photos (which you can see below), Vellani is seen in costume as Ms. Marvel, with her arms outstretched in a prototypical power pose. It’s unclear just exactly what the scene is, but fans won’t have to wait long to figure out what it’s portraying thanks to the show debuting later th...
Tags: TV, Movies, Marvel, Disney, TV News, Streaming, Marvel Studios, Emilia Clarke, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Brie Larson, Jersey City, Kamala, Kevin Feige, Teyonah Parris, MCU, Kamala Khan


James Gunn Has Spoken to Marvel & DC About A Crossover Film

Director James Gunn is no stranger to working in the world of comic books, having now directed films for both Marvel and DC properties. According to the director, he’s even had discussions with studios about a potential cross-brand crossover.   RELATED: James Gunn Confirms The Suicide Squad Runtime Speaking on social media, Gunn replied to a fan’s tweet asking about the chances of ever seeing a crossover between the Marvel Cinematic Universe and DC Extended Universe. Gunn said that he’s actual...
Tags: Movies, Marvel, Suicide Squad, Harley Quinn, Dc, Peter Capaldi, James Gunn, Staten Island, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Gunn, Amanda Waller, Joel Kinnaman, Movie News, Marvel DC, DC Extended Universe, Idris Elba Avengers


Los Angeles Lakers Comedy Series Coming to Netflix

Netflix has recently given a straight-to-series order to a comedy set in the front office of the Los Angeles Lakers franchise, according to a report from Variety.   RELATED: Rory Cochrane, Edwin Hodge & More Join HBO’s Los Angeles Lakers Series The series will come from writer Elaine Ko and be executive produced by Mindy Kaling. It’s inspired by the personal and professional dynamic between the family owners and front office team that run one of the biggest sports franchises in the world. Bill...
Tags: TV, Los Angeles Lakers, Netflix, Streaming, TV News


Sony & Marvel Collaborate on Spider-Man so It’s a ‘Win-Win for Everybody’

With Sony’s Spider-Man: No Way Home set to release later this year, Disney and Sony will once again come together to bring the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man to the big screen. In a talk with The Hollywood Reporter, Walt Disney Studios marketing president Asad Ayaz spoke about the collaboration between both studios and how it helps everyone.   RELATED: Emma Stone Denies Appearance in Spider-Man: No Way Home When asked about how in touch Ayaz is with Sony’s team behind the film, he mentioned ...
Tags: Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Marvel, Spider-Man, Disney, Sony, Emma Stone, Holland, Jamie Foxx, Cumberbatch, Staten Island, Thompson, Wilson, Peter, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Eugene


More Details on Killmonger’s Marvel’s What If…? Episode

Fans are anxiously awaiting any and all news regarding Disney’s upcoming series based on the What If…? Comic book run from Marvel. Thanks to a new report from The Illuminerdi, fans have a good idea of what to expect from Killmonger’s episode.   RELATED: Jeffrey Wright Discusses The Watcher’s Role in Marvel’s What If? According to the report, Erik Stevens/Killmonger will be a key figure in one of the episodes of Marvel’s What If…?, with the character joining up with none other than Tony Stark i...
Tags: TV, Movies, Marvel, Disney, TV News, Streaming, Jeffrey Wright, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Chadwick Boseman, Wakanda, Tony Stark, Peter Quill, ComingSoon, T'Challa, Killmonger, Disney Plus


Edgar Wright: Sparks Never Became A Greatest Hits Act Like Other 70s Bands

The latest film from director Edgar Wright is a documentary on Sparks called The Sparks Brothers. The Scott Pilgrim vs. the World director takes a fun look at how Ron and Russell Mael changed music despite never finding the commercial success of some of the bands they inspired. RELATED: Interview: Edgar Wright Discusses The Legacy & Music of Sparks What made Sparks an interesting documentary choice is that the band has never stopped creating new albums and their recent releases are just as crit...
Tags: Movies, Documentary, Edgar Wright, Sparks, Franz Ferdinand, Wright, Ron, Ingmar Bergman, Scott Pilgrim, Movie News, Russell Mael, Spark Brothers


American Ninja Warrior EP Credits Kacy Catanzaro for Series’ Initial Growth

(Photo Credit: Felicia Graham/NBC) Before Kacy Catanzaro was a staple of Tuesday nights on WWE NXT, she became famous for her appearances on American Ninja Warrior. The show’s executive producer Anthony Storm credits Catanzaro for kicking off the show’s incredible growth, which has only continued since her appearances. “Initially, the growth came from the success of the women in Season 6. Kacy Catanzaro had two remarkable runs hitting the buzzer for the first time and then completing the final ...
Tags: TV, Hollywood, Movies, Nbc, TV News, American Ninja Warrior, Catanzaro, Kacy Catanzaro, Jessie Graff, Anthony Storm, Kacy You, Meagan Martin, Felicia Graham


Tobin Bell Hasn’t Seen Spiral, But Is Glad Saw Is in the Minds of People

Actor Tobin Bell is best known for his depiction of Jigsaw/John Kramer in Saw. While promoting his latest film, A Father’s Legacy, ComingSoon asked Bell about his thoughts on the Saw series returning with Spiral: From the Book of Saw. RELATED: Interview: Tobin Bell Talks Personal Connection to A Father’s Legacy “I have not seen Spiral, but I know I know what a talented and imaginative guy that Chris Rock is,” Bell explained. “So I can’t imagine that it doesn’t open a sort of a window into ano...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Chris Rock, Bell, Tobin Bell, ComingSoon, SAW, Movie News, John Kramer, Tobin Bell Hasn


Director Explains Why Elodie Yung Isn’t in Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard

The plot of The Hitman’s Bodyguard revolved around Ryan Reynolds’ Michael Bryce trying to safely transport a dangerous hitman played by Samuel L. Jackson while trying to patch things up with his ex-girlfriend Amelia, who is played by Elodie Yung. However, Yung is not in the sequel, Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard, which serves as the largest role not reprised. RELATED: Interview: Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard Director Patrick Hughes When asked why Yung’s character of Amelia wasn’t in the sequel, and the ...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Action, Ryan Reynolds, Samuel L Jackson, Amelia, Ryan, Hughes, Bryce, Yung, Movie News, Elodie Yung, Patrick Hughes, Michael Bryce, Ryan Reynolds Michael Bryce, Elodie Yung However Yung


Here’s Why Elodie Yung Isn’t in Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard

The plot of The Hitman’s Bodyguard revolved around Ryan Reynolds’ Michael Bryce trying to safely transport a dangerous hitman played by Samuel L. Jackson while trying to patch things up with his ex-girlfriend Amelia, who is played by Elodie Yung. However, Yung is not in the sequel, Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard, which serves as the largest role not reprised. RELATED: Interview: Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard Director Patrick Hughes When asked why Yung’s character of Amelia wasn’t in the sequel, and the ...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Action, Ryan Reynolds, Samuel L Jackson, Amelia, Ryan, Hughes, Bryce, Yung, Movie News, Elodie Yung, Patrick Hughes, Michael Bryce, Ryan Reynolds Michael Bryce, Elodie Yung However Yung


How Rivers Cuomo & Kelsey Grammer’s Unlikely Musical Collab Album Happened

Paramount’s The Space Between featured quite the unlikely musical collaboration between Kelsey Grammer and Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo. Grammer, who plays a washed-up rocker named Micky Adams in the film, provides vocals for music that Cuomo wrote. The film’s soundtrack is now available and features six songs with Grammer singing, plus demos featuring Cuomo on vocals. RELATED: The Space Between Interview: Rachel Winter Talks Directorial Debut “That was a little bit like, ‘Oh my God, pinch me,'...
Tags: Movies, Kelsey Grammer, Movie News, Rachel Winter, Rivers Cuomo


Disney+ Shifts Scheduling to Wednesday Releases Going Forward

Disney+ has usually released many of its original series on Fridays, but that won’t be the case anymore. According to a recent report from The Hollywood Reporter, Disney is preparing to shift its premiere day for original content to Wednesdays.   RELATED: Loki Season 1 Episode 2 Recap & Analysis: ‘The Variant’ The move comes as a result of Loki’s incredibly great start, in which it quickly became the most-watched premiere for the platform. Loki was initially slated to premiere on Friday, June ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Disney, TV News, Streaming, Tom Hiddleston, Loki, TVA, ComingSoon, Hollywood Reporter Disney, Disney Plus


Watched At Home: Top Streaming Films for the Week of June 12

Hey there, fellow couch potatoes! Four Good Days starring Glenn Close remained at the No. 1 spot for the second consecutive week on DEG’s Watched at Hope Top 20 while A Quiet Place landed in the No. 2 spot as audiences continue to embrace John Krasinski’s alien-infested world at home and on the big screen. RELATED: New Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard Clip: Ryan Reynolds’ Sabbatical Abruptly Ends As for new releases, Nobody, the action flick starring Bob Odenkirk, debuted at No. 3 on the list, while t...
Tags: Movies, A Quiet Place, John Krasinski, Ryan Reynolds, Samuel L. Jackson, Streaming, The Hitman's Bodyguard, Watched At Home


Robotech Streams on Funimation This Fall, Blu-ray Set Out in September

If you’re a fan of the cult classic anime Robotech, you are in for a treat. The series will begin streaming on Funimation this fall. If that is too long of a wait, a Blu-ray set will release on September 28. Funimation is adding the Robotech series in its entirety to its ever-growing catalog of anime television shows and films. Every episode will be English dubbed and feature brand-new remastered versions of each episode in its original aspect ratio. The streamer is also adding Robotech II: The...
Tags: UK, TV, Movies, Canada, United States, Ireland, Chile, Nintendo, TV News, Streaming, Anime, Blu-ray, Robotech, VF, ComingSoon, Funimation


Hotel Transylvania: Transformania Pushed Back to October

Sony’s Hotel Transylvania: Transformania will no longer release on July 23 as originally planned. RELATED: Sony’s Hotel Transylvania: Transformania Teaser Debuts For Final Installment  The fourth and final Hotel Transylvania feature will now release this fall on October 1. It’s a delay of slightly over two months and will mean that it releases in a healthier theater market as there are still capacity restrictions at many locations. This also follows Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway underperforming i...
Tags: Family, Movies, Sony, Selena Gomez, Addams Family, Paramount, Adam Sandler, Mavis, Peter Rabbit, Transylvania, Hotel Transylvania, Genndy Tartakovsky, ComingSoon, Movie News, Tartakovsky, Michelle Murdocca


Netflix’s Johnny Test Series Gets New Trailer and July Release Date

Johnny Test will be making his return on Netflix on July 16. A trailer was revealed giving us a good idea of what to expect from the new cartoon series. The trailer the titular character alongside his genetically modified talking dog Dukey, and his two sisters Mary and Susan as they get into some wild hijinks using their GPScape device. Traveling to the “funnest places on Earth,” Johnny and the gang see themselves into some trouble as they come across an evil baby robot, a giant luchador, and o...
Tags: Family, TV, Movies, Trailer, Netflix, TV News, Streaming, Cartoon Network, Susan, Mary, Johnny, WB, ComingSoon, James Arnold Taylor, Johnny Test, Gilmore Girls Full House


The Honor at Magic High School Reveals Cast, Gets New Visual

More cast members for The Irregular at Magic High School spin-off, The Honor at Magic High School, have been revealed, along with a new visual flaunting the show’s characters. RELATED: The Seven Deadly Sins: Cursed By Light Clip Features Zeldris and Gelda The new additions to the cast feature several voices you may have heard in other anime series. This includes shows like My Hero Academia, Fire Force, and Higurashi: When They Cry – GOU. Here are the additional cast members lending their voice ...
Tags: Japan, TV, Movies, TV News, Anime, Higurashi, Saori Hayami, Magic High School, Kimetsu, Rock Mashumairesh, Zeldris, The Honor at Magic High School, My Hero Academia Fire Force, Yuichi Nakamura Jujutsu Kaisen, Tatsuya Shiba Kana Hanazawa, Mayumi Saegusa Marina Inoue


The Cable Guy Is Still Jim Carrey’s Best Overall Film

Jim Carrey had quite the mid-90s run. The actor was already fairly well-known thanks to his stint on In Living Color, but back-to-back hits in Ace Venture: Pet Detective ($107 million worldwide), The Mask ($351M), Dumb and Dumber ($246M), Batman Forever ($336M), and Ace Venture: When Nature Calls ($212M) from February 1994 to November 1995 made the comedian a household name and earned him a $20M payday for his next venture, Ben Stiller’s The Cable Guy. RELATED: Jim Carrey Andy Kaufman Doc Jim &...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Netflix, Jim Carrey, Grinch, Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Ace Ventura, Batman Forever, Chip, Ron Howard, Steven, Bruce, Kaufman, Stiller, Menendez


AJ Michalka Joins Showtime’s Ray Donovan Feature-Length Film

(Photo by Rachel Luna/WireImage via Getty Images) AJ Michalka (The Goldbergs, Schooled, She-Ra and the Princesses of Power) has joined the cast of Showtime’s upcoming Ray Donovan follow-up movie, according to Deadline. Michalka is set to portray the younger version of Abby Donovan (previously played by Paula Malcomson) in the feature-length film. RELATED: J.J. Abrams to Executive Produce Four-Part UFO Docuseries Leading star Liev Schreiber returns in the titular role for the movie, which picks ...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Showtime, Liev Schreiber, Ray Donovan, Ray, Sullivan, Mickey, Donovan, Jon Bernthal, Movie News, Lou Fusaro, Kerris Dorsey, Mickey Jon Voight, AJ Michalka, Paula Malcomson


Josh Lawson Never Expected His Best Reviews to Come From Mortal Kombat

The 2021 Mortal Kombat movie was relatively divisive, but many seemed to come a consensus that Josh Lawson’s Kano stole the show. In an upcoming interview for Long Story Short, the comedy he wrote and directed that’s slated to come out on July 2, he told ComingSoon that he not only appreciated the kind words, but also that he wasn’t expecting the best reviews of his career to come from his portrayal as the foul-mouthed Black Dragon leader. When prompted about the praise, Lawson made it clear ho...
Tags: Games, Mortal-kombat, Movie News, Video Game News


My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising Streaming in UK and Ireland Today

Today, Funimation announced subscribers to its anime streaming service in the United Kingdom and Ireland can now watch My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising. My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising is the second film based on the popular anime television series. It is directed by Kenji Nagasaki and produced by Japan-based animation studio Bones. It originally released in Japan in December 2019. It came to North America in February 2020. The events in the film take place after the Meta Liberation Army arc in ...
Tags: Japan, UK, Movies, Canada, United States, Ireland, United Kingdom, Streaming, Anime, North America, Bones, Movie News, Funimation, My Hero Academia, Kohei Horikoshi, My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising


Interview: Alexa Mansour Reflects on The Walking Dead World Beyond Season 1

The first season of AMC’s The Walking Dead: World Beyond is now available on Blu-ray and DVD. To celebrate the release, ComingSoon Editor-in-Chief Tyler Treese spoke with star Alexa Mansour about the newest spinoff of The Walking Dead. Mansour discussed her thoughts on the first season, what it meant to join such a huge franchise, and even teased the upcoming Season 2. RELATED: The Walking Dead Season 11 Synopsis & New Photos Revealed Check out our full Alexa Mansour interview below. Tyler Tree...
Tags: TV, Hope, Movies, Interview, The Walking Dead, Horror, Amc, TV News, Aliyah, Iris, Richmond, Joe, FELIX, Nicolas, Mansour, Huck


The Seven Deadly Sins: Cursed By Light Clip Features Zeldris and Gelda

A brand new clip for the upcoming anime film The Seven Deadly Sins: Cursed By Light has been revealed and features the characters Zeldris and Gelda. You can check out the clip in the player below. The Seven Deadly Sins: Cursed By Light is the second feature-length film based on the popular anime television series and manga. It will be directed by Takayuki Hamana and feature a brand new story set after The Seven Deadly Sins: Dragon’s Judgement anime by the manga’s original writer and illustrator...
Tags: Japan, Movies, Netflix, Anime, North America, Elizabeth, Suzuki, ComingSoon, Movie News, Gelda, Yuichi Nakamura, Weekly Shōnen Magazine, Nakaba Suzuki, The Seven Deadly Sins: Cursed by Light, Akira Kawashima, Yusuke Inoue


Tom Spezialy Joins Marvel’s Silk as Showrunner, Inks Overall Deal with Amazon Studios

(Photo by Amy Sussman/Getty Images for WGAW) Watchmen executive producer and Emmy winner Tom Spezialy has joined Sony Pictures Television’s live-action Marvel series Silk as showrunner and executive producer with the project reportedly heading to Amazon Prime Video (via Deadline). The announcement comes as Spezialy has signed an overall deal with Amazon Studios. Silk is being penned and also executive produced by Good Trouble and Atypical writer Lauren Moon, who is Korean-American just like the...
Tags: TV, Movies, Marvel, Action, Sony, TV News, Streaming, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Phil Lord, Chris Miller, Sony Pictures Television, Silk, Pascal, Comic Book, Miller, Amazon Prime Video


Alan Wake Remastered and Final Fantasy VII Remake for PC Possibly Leaked

Have you been itching to play Final Fantasy VII Remake but don’t own a PlayStation console? Or maybe you’ve been dying to play a remastered version of Alan Wake after playing Control? Whichever of those scenarios you fall under, you may be in luck. Both of those games might be coming to the Epic Games Store. According to a recent leak, both Final Fantasy VII Remake and Alan Wake Remastered may be on its way to Epic’s digital storefront. The leaks hail from EpicData, a website dedicated to track...
Tags: Games, Movies, Pc, Epic, Remedy, Square Enix, Epic Games, Dlc, Final Fantasy, Alan-wake, ComingSoon, Final Fantasy Vii Remake, Video Game News, Epic Games Store, Alan Wake Remastered, Epic Games Store According


The CW’s Walker 1.15 Promo: Four Stones In Hand

The CW has released the official promo for Walker Episode 1.15 titled “Four Stones In Hand,” featuring Cordell landing into some trouble after turning in his badge but seemingly finding himself unable to stay away from crime-solving. The episode will air on Thursday, June 24, and will be available to stream on The CW app and CWTV.com the following day. Written by Paula Sabbaga and directed by Tessa Blake, the official synopsis for the episode reads: “Micki’s (Lindsey Morgan) real mother, Merced...
Tags: Video, TV, Movies, Drama, Austin, TV News, The Cw, Streaming, Mercedes, Cw, Walker, Cordell, Hoyt, CBS Television Studios, Culley, Micki


Castlevania Advance Collection Rated in Australia, Likely GBA Ports

Konami hasn’t released a new Castlevania game since Lords of Shadow 2 in 2014 and has mainly focused on rereleases since. And a recent ratings board seems to point at that still being the case. The Australian games rating board has rated a game called Castlevania Advance Collection. While Konami hasn’t spoken about any such title, if real, it is likely a collection of the three Game Boy Advance Castlevania games: Castlevania: Circle of the Moon, Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance, and Castlevan...
Tags: Games, Movies, Australia, Rondo, Konami, ComingSoon, Video Game News, ESRB, Castlevania, Richter Belmont Maria Renard, Castlevania Advance Collection, Netflix Konami