Jeremy Renner and Chris Evans are feeling the backlash after referring to Scarlett Johansson's 'Avengers' character as a 'slut' and a 'whore' when asked about the love interest between their respective character's and Johansson's 'Black Widow'.
Both actor's later released statements apologizing with Evan's stating "We answered in a juvenile and offensive way that rightfully angered some fans. I regret it and sincerely apologize."
What do you think? Is this a derogatory and inappropriate response or is the internet over reacting?
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Entertainment Weekly is reporting Oscar-winning writer-producer John Ridley (12 Years a Slave) has partnered up with Marvel to develop a new TV series.
Coming off the success of Daredevil, it's no surprise Marvel is looking to keep this train rolling.
What do you think of Ridley being pegged to head the direction of a new Marvel series? What storyline would you like to see come to life?
Thanks to the internet gods no secret is safe anymore. The heavily anticipated trailer for Batman v Superman was slated to be released in select theaters on Monday. A sneak preview allegedly from Portugal has resulted in the (un?)fortunate early release of Zack Snyder's teaser trailer.
Runtime is only 2:05 so if you want to catch the full preview you'll want to follow this link and pray to those internet gods that there is still a seat available in your region.
Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice hits theaters March 25, 2016.
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Patty Jenkins, writer and director of the much buzzed about film Monster, will be taking over the coveted director slot behind DC's Wonder Woman set to hit theaters in 2017.
Originally having pegged Michelle MacLaren to head the project Warner Bros cited “creative differences” for dropping her from the film. Jenkins will be the first woman to direct a major superhero movie - something we feel is long overdue. Joining Jenkins on this flick is our favorite modern day warrior Gal Gadot. We'll get our first look at Gadot as Wonder Woman in the heavily anticipated Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
What do you think? Did WB make the right move choosing Jenkins or are you upset to see MacLaren's departure?
Sound off in the comments below!
Director Zack Snyder announced via Twitter that he will be releasing a 15 minute clip of Batman v. Superman: Dawn Of Justice staring Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill. This preview will be conducted on a limited release in select IMAX theaters across the U.S. We've got the full list below!
Want to be the first to see a sneak peek of the new flick? See if your State made the cut and follow the link below to try to snag a coveted place!
District Of Columbia
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