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YouTuber Josh Jordan was enjoying a quiet meal at a local Red Robin when he encountered this superhero disguising himself as a bus boy. Discretely filming the wizard of table clearing, Josh may have actually captured actual evidence of superhuman speed and agility on video. Some commenters are suggesting that the footage isn't authentic, but Josh has uploaded more evidence here, indicating that his mysterious burger-joint employee is the real deal ... Discuss

 

This one sounds like it could be interesting. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Office star Ed Helms is in talks to star alongside Hilary Swank and Ed Harris in a TV drama about a family of financially struggling organic farmers. The One Percent is being directed by its co-creator Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, the filmmaker behind movies including Babel and 21 Grams. The series is currently being shopped around to networks and streaming providers ... Discuss

 

For a long time, it's been rumored that DC had their eye on Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson to play a superhero. That's not so odd—Johnson is a mega movie star who looks like he could bench a couple Batmobiles on his cheat day—but it's a little difficult to know just what superhero he should play. Strange as it is to say, he looks almost too big to play a superhero. Superman (Henry Cavill) probably couldn't wrap his arms all the way around Johnson's bicep. But DC has reportedly made up their mind and although they've tried to keep it a secret, Johnson let a major clue slip while doing press for Hercules, telling the interviewer that he'll be playing someone “with the power of Superman” who “can throw down." And then, perhaps, the biggest clue of all: "Just say the word."

It's almost certainly a reference to Shazam (formerly Captain Marvel), a superhero who is actually 12-year-old Billy Batson, but transforms into the very Superman-like Shazam by shouting "Shazam." The move fits in with rumors that DC is eyeing a Shazam movie after it releases its Batman V Superman movie in 2016 ... Discuss

 

As if the decision to put creepy looking noses on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles wasn’t enough to distort the memories of your childhood heroes, now, the makers of the new TMNT movie have released this travesty of a “theme song.” Juicy J, Wiz Khalifa, Ty Dolla $ign, Kill the Noise, and Madsonik are all to thank for “Shell Shocked” and further ruining a once great franchise. Somewhere, Vanilla Ice is very upset ... Discuss