Will Clarke

  • Why 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' Killed Off the Wrong Character

    We’ve known for a while that not every hero would make it out of Avengers: Age of Ultron alive. Director Joss Whedon warned us as much, and he’s not one to renege on killing off beloved characters. But we still weren’t prepared for the fact that they’d kill off the wrong character! (SPOILER…

    ETonline
  • ‘Supergirl’ Picked Up To Series At CBS

    Supergirl, the superhero drama co-created and executive produced by Greg Berlanti, is flying high at CBS with an early series order. As part of the deal for the project between CBS and Warner Bros. TV, the network had an early deadline to make a decision on the pilot, a perk reserved only for the…

    Deadline
  • Every Marvel movie from Iron Man to Avengers: Age of Ultron, definitively ranked

    Now that Avengers: Age of Ultron has been in theaters a few days, it's time to answer that perpetual question: which Marvel Studios movie is best? Iron Man 2 suffers greatly from having to serve too many masters. It wants to be another fun-loving Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) tale, but it's also…

    Vox.com
  • Emily VanCamp Reprising Her Role As Agent 13 In ‘Captain America: Civil War’

    EXCLUSIVE: In the wake of  Revenge ending its four-season run on ABC, sources tell Deadline that actress  Emily VanCamp is returning as Agent 13 aka Kate aka Sharon Carter in Walt Disney Marvel’s  Captain America: Civil War.   Agent 13 appeared briefly in  Captain America: Winter Soldier as the…

    Deadline
  • Natalie Portman Sounds Off on Israel, Netanyahu, French Anti-Semitism and the "False Idol" of Oscar

    With strong opinions on everything from the Israeli elections ("I'm very, very upset") to Hollywood's worship of awards, Portman will unveil her directorial debut, 'A Tale of Love and Darkness,' her way — all in Hebrew — just a short flight away from her new home in Paris: "I like being a stranger…

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Anna Kendrick Defends Men Who Like 'Pitch Perfect': 'I Didn't Think You Were a Pu--y'

    Anna Kendrick thinks the Pitch Perfect films are for guys and girls alike! While the first musical movie's audience was 74 percent women on opening weekend, the actress tells Glamour magazine that it's also a film for males to enjoy. "It's not like the humor excludes men," she says. "My favorite…

    ETonline
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    Lupita Nyong'o's Star Wars Character Revealed in June Issue of Vanity Fair

    While we may not know which side of the Resistance, the film's new term for Rebel Alliance, we do know Lupita will play a pirate.

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  • Man pleads not guilty in Sandra Bullock stalking case

    By Robert Mezan LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The man accused of breaking into Oscar-winning actress Sandra Bullock's Los Angeles home entered a not guilty plea to more than two dozen charges in a Los Angeles court on Wednesday.  Joshua Corbett was charged with stalking, first-degree burglary, possession…

    Reuters
  • Katherine McNamara Cast As Female Lead In ‘Shadowhunters’ On ABC Family

    Katherine McNamara has been cast opposite Dominic Sherwood as female lead Clary Fray  in Shadowhunters, ABC Family's straight-to-series drama based on the bestselling young adult fantasy book series The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare. The series, whose first episode is being directed by…

    Deadline
  • Breaking down the chaos of a Mad Max chase scene

    It's good to have George Miller making movies about cannibals again.

    The Verge
  • ‘Powers’ Gets Second Season On PlayStation Network

    Playstation Network’s first original scripted series Powers is getting a second go-round. Sony Computer Entertainment announced today that the Sony Pictures TV-produced series has been renewed for a second season for debut in 2016. "The reception to Powers has been incredible and we are thrilled…

    Deadline
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    Power Lawyers: The Hollywood Reporter's 2015 Lunch

    'Boston Legal,' 'The Good Wife,' or of course, Gregory Peck, The Hollywood Reporter's power lawyers share their favorite on-screen attorneys at the 2015 Power Lawyer Lunch.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • ‘Pan’ Teaser Pumps Up Volume on Christina Perri Song ‘I Believe’

    Joe Wright’s upcoming “Pan” takes a fresh look at the familiar story of Peter Pan and his future nemesis, Captain Hook — an approach driven home through song in a recent trailer. Accompanying Wright’s vision of Neverland (populated by Hugh Jackman as Blackbeard, Garrett Hedlund as pre-Captain Hook…

    Variety
  • Happy Birthday, George: A Look at Clooney's Sexiest Movie Roles Ever

    It’s George Clooney’s birthday, and what better way to celebrate one of the sexiest men in Hollywood? Let’s look at the most scintillating movie roles of his career. Happy Birthday, George Clooney! It's George's 54th birthday, but if there's one thing that gets better with age: it's Clooney. In…

    ETonline
  • Jon Hamm Starring in Tony Gilroy’s ‘High Wire Act’

    Jon Hamm has signed on to star in Tony Gilroy’s political action thriller “High Wire Act,” with Brad Anderson directing for Ted Field’s Radar Pictures. Field, Gilroy and Mike Weber are producing. Good Universe is handling international sales. “I’m thrilled the way the project’s come together,”…

    Variety
  • Francis Ford Coppola wins prestigious Spanish prize for arts

    MADRID (AP) — Francis Ford Coppola, director of such classics as "The Godfather" trilogy and "Apocalypse Now," has won Spain's Princess of Asturias arts prize for his outstanding contribution to the world of film.

    Associated Press
  • Geena Davis launches Arkansas film fest for women, diversity

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — With help from a slew of corporate sponsors, Geena Davis and filmmakers focused on women and diversity have taken over Bentonville, Arkansas, a city of 40,000 best known as Wal-Mart's home base.

    Associated Press