What’s going on with Luke Skywalker in Star Wars: the Force Awakens? There’s been a lot of speculations about what we’ll see when Luke returns to the screen in the seventh Star Wars film. It’s even been speculated that Luke will go all Vader on us, surrendering to his Dark Side. Cinelinx looks at the problems that may come with turning our favorite noble Jedi Knight into the Big Bad of the Star Wars sequel.
With word currently spreading that the Hulk, played by Mark Ruffalo, will probably appear in the third Thor film, fans are speculating on what possible role the green skinned Avenger will play in the movie. Cinelinx looks at 7 ways that the Incredible Hulk could fit into the Ragnarok story.
Yaphet Kotto, who once played the villain in a Bond film but who is probably best known for his role in Alien, is against the idea of Idris Elba being the next James Bond. He says “Political correctness be damned!” and that a black actor “cannot be 007.” Read on to hear why he thinks Bond should remain as is.
Early into production of the next James Bond film, Spectre, leading man Daniel Craig suffered a knee injury on the set. Craig had to have surgery to repair the damage. Will the film still make its November release date?
Ever since the release of the Dark Knight Rises, there has been a lot of debate about whether or not the ending of the film should be taken literally or if it was a dream by Alfred the Butler. According to Christian Bale, the answer is…Batman lives!
As previously announced, Marvel is bringing its epic “Civil War” storyline to the big screen, beginning with Captain America 3. Assuming that such a large story is not limited to one film, it should play a part in Marvel’s Phase Three plan, leading into Avengers 3. But what about Thanos? Where does he fit into all this?
We know by now that there will be many characters from the earlier Star Wars films reappearing in the highly anticipated Episode 7. Someone else may be accompanying Luke, Han and the other returning originals. Are the Ewoks coming back for another round?
At one time, it was almost unheard of for a sequel to be made beyond five years after the original (or the previous entry) came out. In recent years, we’ve had many franchises being revisited after several decades, as well as there being other old film series due to be revived soon. Is this becoming a new trend, and if it is, is it a good idea? Does it help or hurt the business?
Despite the intense criticisms of his dark, dour Man of Steel, director Zack Snyder plans to stick to his guns and keep the same gloomy overtones in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, by having the film take place in a world that is very “anti-Superman”.