It’s no secret that Luke Evans’ turn as Gaston in this year’s Beauty and the Beast was one of the film’s highlights. Unfortunately, the story dictates he must die a horrible death because he’s such an evil asshole. Turns out though, the team behind the film considered an intriguing alternative.
It sounds like Daisy Ridley is going to have to endure even more of Josh Gad’s nerdy, on-set questions about the future of Star Wars.
Lots of people saw Wonder Woman this weekend, which means lots of people saw a very mysterious trailer that played in front of it. The trailer had some dialogue, the words “Ever Wonder?”, a woman dressed as a superhero, and a URL. So, what was it?
This week we’ve heard that Disney will be looking at “spinoff and prequel” ideas for the live-action Beauty and the Beast movie that has just come out. But they don’t need to look at other options, because there is one obvious and perfect choice: A movie about Gaston.
In the original Beauty and the Beast, the reason everyone loves Gaston is basically because he’s “hot.” (I put that in quotes because a real-life person with those proportions would be TERRIFYING.) But Luke Evans says there’s more to the good-looking villain in the new live-action adaptation than what was on screen in…
We’ve seen leaked images before, but now you can get your first proper look at Dan Stevens in action as Disney’s titular Beast in the live-action Beauty and the Beast remake.
With the Wonder Woman film gathering hype ahead of its 2017 release, and the current comic writer Greg Rucka confirming that the character has “obviously” had relationships with other women, there’s no better time for Professor Marston & The Wonder Women, a biopic of Wonder Woman creator Dr. William Moulton Marston.
It’s no secret we’ve been pretty critical and dismissive of Disney’s seemingly non-stop need to remake every single one of their iconic animated films in live-action. And yet, with a single video, one of those upcoming remakes just got infinitely more exciting.
Yeah, yeah, Dan Stevens (Downtown Abbey) is supposedly going to be the Beast opposite Emma Watson's Belle. But the important question is really "Who is going to be Gaston?!"
Relativity's remake of The Crow has had a rough go of it. It was originally going to be directed by F. Javier Gutiérrez, but he left and was replaced with Corin Hardy. And now it's lost its star. But Hardy is still committed to making the project worthy of both the original movie and the graphic novel.
Luke Evans is still going to be the new Crow, and the brand new reboot will allegedly start filming in the Spring of 2015. But no one is asking the real questions, like do we need another Crow movie? And does anyone want another Crow? [via THR]
Everybody is getting a gritty, misunderstood origin story! You get an origin story, and you get an origin story! And now it's Dracula's turn. You see, Dracula wasn't a bad guy after all, he just wanted to save his son from WAR. Or something. Watch the first trailer for Dracula Untold.
The Goth community breathes a collective sigh of relief as Bradley Cooper is replaced by another.
Tarsem Singh's Immortals just screened a bunch of new footage, including an absolutely epic extended fight scene between gods and monsters. Disemboweling and decapitation have never looked so visually striking. Read on for our spoiler-y description of the footage!