Tag Archives: Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje

Warner Brothers hopes to right their DC ship with “Suicide Squad”

There’s an awful lot riding on Suicide Squad for Warner Brothers and their DC cinematic universe. They really need not just a financial hit, but a cultural one too, after Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was considered a downgrade from Man of Steel. Besides this, only Wonder Woman has[...]

Will Smith looks to win his first Academy Award with “Concussion”

When you take a look at the Best Actor race this year, you really do see it as a clash between contenders who seem overdue for an Oscar. There’s of course presumed frontrunner Leonardo DiCaprio, poised to win for The Revenant since predictions for this year began, along with other[...]

Will Smith crusades for Best Actor in the “Concussion” Trailer

Early yesterday, one of the formerly unseen awards contenders finally revealed itself with a Trailer. The film in question is Concussion, the Will Smith vehicle that tackles the issue of head trauma within the National Football League. Last year we had a decidedly lighter NFL related movie with Draft Day,[...]

“Suicide Squad” is shaping up to be one of the most interesting upcoming superhero movies

At the very tail end of the weekend, filmmaker David Ayer unveiled his first look at most of the costumed cast of Suicide Squad, his DC superhero/anti-hero/villain movie that’s scheduled to follow Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice next year. This comes on the heels of Ayer also officially showing[...]

“The Thing” gets prequel comic from Dark Horse

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: So cool. Dark Horse Comics has created an exclusive digital comic to serve as a prequel to the upcoming horror-thriller “The Thing,” which will be in theaters on Oct. 14. The first issue in the three-part series went up yesterday, Sept. 21, and is available for[...]

“The Thing” prequel gets stark, new poster

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: Universal has released the latest teaser poster for it’s revisit to the land of “The Thing,” which John Carpenter so expertly mined for frozen thrills in 1982. Though billed as a prequel, the new film reportedly also follows a team of international scientists at a remote post[...]