Michelle Rodriguez on the set of Fast & Furious 7

Everybody knows that Michelle Rodriguez has a stunning body and that she doesn’t shy away from showing a little skin – this time, she posted some pics on the set of Fast & Furious 7, in one of them doing a headstand in front of a Bugatti.

The caption read: “I’ve always wanted to know what it’s like to drive a Bugatti…Too bad I’m a practical Prius driving humble biatch, maybe I’ll get to one day in a sexy ass movie.

Check out the pics below!

Michelle Rodriguez

Michelle Rodriguez

Michelle Rodriguez

Michelle Rodriguez

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Robert Downey Jr. tweets the first pic on the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron

Robert Downey Jr. is still learning how to keep his thoughts to a maximum of 140 characters or less. However, his latest tweet is a picture from the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron, with producer Jeremy Latcham. Check him out, in full Tony Stark mode!

Robert Downey Jr. on the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron

Robert Downey Jr. on the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron

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Spin-offs for Guardians of the Galaxy?

Guardians of the Galaxy was and will always be the craziest Marvel feature, since it tries to replicate the success of Avengers but in the exact opposite direction: they are first introducing the team. This alone would make everybody ask themselves whether we will see origin stories for all the 5 characters…

According to Bloomberg Business Week this is exactly the plan for Marvel – Disney CEO Bob Iger even says that this is a strong possibility to introduce new heroes in the expanded Marvel Cinematic Universe. So seeing Star Lord, Gamora, Drax, Groot, and Rocket Raccoon in their own solo films wouldn’t be impossible, and it is actually desirable.

Even more, this is just the tip of the iceberg, since Avengers: Age of Ultron will introduce even more characters, with the most expected being Quicksilver and Scarlett Witch – and if we are to believe the same CEO, everything is possible in the MCU, even seeing the twins in their own stand-alone film.

Guardians Of The Galaxy

Guardians Of The Galaxy

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Disney might steer away from the Batman vs. Superman release date

This is actually like a game of chicken and it is meant for one of the studios to change their release date. And the single reason for doing that is that, even if one film makes more than the other, both studios will lose money.

So the 6th of May won’t be the day when Marvel and DC will clash.

Marvel has all things planned until 2028, so it is quite obvious that a change in the release date will tamper with this entire schedule. DC might have known this when they announced they are moving in on this date for our first glimpse at the Justice League universe. There was no way that Marvel would have thrown the untested Dr. Strange in the mix, just like no one would have anticipated the success of Captain America: the Winter Soldier – and this is the only reason why Captain America 3 was announced to be released in the same day as Batman vs. Superman.

However, no matter what kind of momentum Cap has right now, it is still plenty of time until 2016 – who knows what will happen until then? For some of us, however, this still would seem like a rush job written all over Captain America 3, since Chris Evans has to do Avengers: Age of Ultron and then jump immediately into the finale of his solo franchise. And this alone would make us think that it is impossible to trump the behemoth coming from DC.

The fact that Marvel will lose money in either way (since a good portion of the audience won’t come at the premiere) concerns plenty of Disney executives. Alan Horn, the CEO at Disney, said at the Tribeca Film Festival that they are still struggling with the release date – and this is the first (and quite unsurprising) sign of weakness in this chicken game. One thing seems to be certain: with all the buzz surrounding Batman vs. Superman (on the principle negative publicity is still good publicity), DC won’t budge. And it will still make a ton of money.

On the other hand, if Disney moves the release date for Captain America 3, it will be a sure winner.

What do you think?

Uneven fight

Uneven fight

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Resident Evil Rising

At the Beijing International Film Festival, Paul W. S. Anderson said that he wants to shoot a segment of his next Resident Evil film in China. Speaking about that, the director also gave a few details about the plot of this next installment, as well as the new title. Check it out below.

Actress Bingbing Li will reprise her role as Ada Wong for the next installment of “Resident Evil,” according to director Paul W.S. Anderson. “Resident Evil 6″ or RESIDENT EVIL RISING will follow Alice (played by Milla Jovovich) and her crew as they rush to The Hive, where The Red Queen plots total destruction over the human race.

The last installment of the game-inspired franchise amassed about $240 million worldwide. It was expected for another sequel to come.
Milla Jovovich in Resident Evil

Milla Jovovich in Resident Evil

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The production for Terminator Genesis has begun

Even if there is no official cast or synopsis released for the moment, Skydance Production has announced that Terminator Genesis‘s production has begun.

For the moment, all we know is that Alan Taylor (from Game of Thrones and Thor: The Dark World) is directing, and that Arnold Schwarzenegger, Emilia Clarke, Jai Courtney, and Jason Clarke have already signed to star in it.

::SKYNET preparation routines complete.
::Initialization sequence complete.
::Reboot initiating in 03m00s.

The film is set to be released on the 1st of July 2015.

Arnie on the set of Terminator Genesis

Arnie on the set of Terminator Genesis

Arnie on the set of Terminator Genesis

Arnie on the set of Terminator Genesis

Terminator Genesis

Terminator Genesis

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The Fantastic Four reboot updates

By now, everybody must know that the Fantastic Four reboot will not be like the previous 2 installments, focusing on much younger characters. In an interview with Den of Geek, Simon Kinberg said that it will be, “a younger story that the original films did. They’re older than high school, but they’re not quite grown into the world. If anything, this is a coming of age story. It depends on what books you look at. There are some, like the Ultimate books, that tell this story. So it is an origin story of the Fantastic Four, and it does follow them before they really know what a superhero is.” Furthermore, he added that this origin story will present an, “archetypal imagery of how they get their powers, for sure, and it does involve some sort of scientific travel.

In yet another interview, this time with Crave Online, Simon Kinberg said that this film will be a much more grounded one: “If I had to say, the tone of it would be somewhere on the spectrum between Spider-Man and Chronicle. The other movies were even further on the spectrum of being goofy and fun than Spider-Man.” When asked about what Spider-Man he is talking about, he said it is the Sam Raimi version.

Ultimate Fantastic Four

Ultimate Fantastic Four

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Patrick Stewart hints about returning to the X-Men universe after Days of Future Past

A couple of days ago, Bryan Singer confirmed some of the cast for X-Men: Apocalypse – unsurprisingly, he was talking about the younger cast from First Class. However, Patric Stewart (who has played Professor X in the original franchise) said that there is nothing certain in the world of superheroes and that he’ll probably be back for more than just a simple cameo.

I don’t see why not. That is one of the blessings about fantasy and science fiction. You’re never really dead. I would love to come back and do some more.

Furthermore, the actor hinted that more of his colleagues from the original trilogy will be back anytime soon: “There might be something else. A little bird has whispered that there might be something X-Men related.” He was obviously talking about the unnamed Fox project of 2018.

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Professor X

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Marc Webb details the amazing ending of The Amazing Spider-Man 2

In an interview with Digital Spy, director Marc Webb talked about the memorable and iconic ending of The Amazing Spider-Man 2.

Don’t read any further if you are not into spoilery details!

The Amazing Spider-Man 2

The Amazing Spider-Man 2

Obviously, he talked about Gwen Stacy’s death, a detail about which most of the fans already knew – after all, the trailer presents Gwen in the iconic jacket from the comic books, back when her death surprised all the fans.

It was something that as a fan of the comic books had such a profound effect on the culture and me, even though I experienced it many years later. I think it’s important to understand that there’s consequence in this universe and that not everything always turns out well. Storytelling is there because it helps you deal with and conceive of things that are tragic in your own life, and that’s something we wanted to acknowledge.

The director also said that choosing the scene also has a bearing in making this statement, of actual repercussions: “The clock tower is there to suggest that not even superheroes can defeat time, that there is an inevitability in all the actions and decisions one makes: idea that even a superhero can’t stop time and that there’s certain inevitable qualities to being a heroic character. In many ways Gwen is as, if not more, heroic than Spider-Man.

The Amazing Spider-Man 2

The Amazing Spider-Man 2

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Dawn of the Planet of the Apes scenes descriptions

As always when we bring you the latest scene descriptions, there will be spoilers!

This time it is about a special screening from Fox, which showed 20 minutes from Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, the sequel of the surprise hit Rise of the Planet of the Apes. The new film will take place roughly 10 years after the original installment, and sees a humanity ravaged by the virus and an emerging ape society. Check out below the full descriptions of the 20 minutes of footage.

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

Clip one presented ‘First Contact’ between apes and humans in this post-pandemic world, around a decade after the events of Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes. The humans are rag-tag and barely surviving; the apes a coherent, dominant unit forming a new civilization in their own, as Serkis describes it, “garden of Eden”. Serkis’ Caesar — troubled, uncertain, flecked with grey hairs — appears alongside his lieutenants orangutan Maurice (Karin Konoval) and chimps Rocket (Terry Notary) and Koba (Toby Kebbell), and also his ‘teenage’ son River (Nick Thurston). There is no doubt at this stage, out in the wilderness of San Francisco’s Muir Woods (actually shot in Vancouver), who has the upper hand. The humans are sent packing.

Next we saw part of what Serkis called the “Apes Council scene” where the primates debate how to respond to this incursion by humans, who they’d long assumed were extinct. “They apes do speak,” Serkis confirmed beforehand, and described how they settled on a carefully achieved balance of ape vocalisations, sign language, ape gestures and a “prototype language” for presenting ape conversation. This mix is strange, but effective, while both the ape-actor performances and Weta’s digital prosthetics prove immensely impressive; even in this single short clip, the power of these characters’ empathetic pull could be felt. Toby Kebbel’s Koba — the scarred chimp tortured at the lab in the first film — promises to be a stand-out. “Koba and Caesar are like brothers,” Serkis commented.

Clip three showed more of the human side and introduced Gary Oldman’s character, hawkish leader Dreyfus, as Caeser arrives on horseback at the human’s San Francisco base with his ‘army’: a show of strength to warn these homo sapiens never again to enter his own peoples’ territory. “Apes do not want war,” Caesar says in clear English to the astonished and terrified humans, “but will fight if we must.” Oldman’s Dreyfus is, as you’d imagine, appalled. “He’s not just the villain of the piece,” Serkis told us, “but a man who’s struggling to keep his people together.” This is not a film about good and evil, but relatable agendas clashing.

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes arrives on the 11th of July.

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

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