Batman vs. Superman gets its Wonder Woman
Huffington Post has reported that former Miss Israel Gal Godot has been cast as Wonder Woman in the forthcoming film Batman vs Superman. The film is also set to star Ben Affleck as Batman and Henry Cavill will reprise his role as Superman.Email Me! - When Available!
The fifth instalment in the Bourne Identity franchise has been given an August 2014 release date, according to Deadline. The new film will be helmed by Fast & Furious director Justin Lin and Jeremy Renner will be returning as Aaron Cross.
Sherlock gets airdate in UK
BBC One have confirmed that their hit drama Sherlock will return on New Year’s Day in the UK. The show stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, and the new 3-episode series is entitled The Empty Hearse.Email Me! - When Available!
Fast & Furious star Paul Walker passes away
Deadline has reported that star of the Fast & Furious franchise Paul Walker has died in a car accident on Saturday, US time.
Puck you, Jonah’s back
News.com.au is reporting that Chris Lilley is preparing to bring back the popular Summer Heights High character Jonah Takalua in a stand-alone series, as he did with another popular character Ja’mie King. The show will air on ABC sometime in 2014.
SPOILER: Family Guy character killed off?
Beloved member of the Griffin family, wisecracking pooch Brian, was apparently killed after being hit by a car in a recent episode. Doubt has been cast over whether Brian is gone for good, considering his partner-in-crime Stewie is in possession of a time machine.Email Me! - When Available!
Mad Max: Fury Road gets release date
Deadline has reported that the latest instalment of the Mad Max films has set a release date of May 2015 in the US. Fury Road stars Tom Hardy in the title role, originally played by Mel Gibson, and will be directed by George Miller who also helmed the originals.Email Me! - When Available!
Monty Python reunion confirmed
The Monty Python reunion is officially confirmed, reports Deadline. Surviving members of the comedy group, Eric Idle, John Cleese, Michael Palin, Terry Gillam and Terry Jones announced that they will be performing a live show at London’s O2 arena next year for the first time in almost four decades.