While Marvel is planning to release a pair of movies in 2014 (one of them being Captain America 2 on April 4, 2014), fans have been debating what the other film could be. Ant-Man? Dr. Strange? In an exclusive scoop, Latino Review says that mystery second movie is none other than The Black Panther. According to the site, Marvel is going after the urban film audience and apparently there is a script already written by Mark Bailey. The site goes on to point out other clues that led to the selection of The Black Panther. Now the only question is if this solo film will occupy the May 16, 2014 release date. There has been no official word from Disney/Marvel. [Latino Review]
Jon Favreau has emerged as the leading candidate to direct an adaptation of the hit Broadway musical Jersey Boys. The film will use much of the music featured in the stage play. If he signs on, let's hope it works out better than his last directorial effort, Cowboys & Aliens. [Variety]
Here are four new TV commercials for Magic Mike in which Channing Tatum has "move like Jagger." Oh look, and another poster.
Disney's Wreck-It Ralph released four new images from their upcoming film today. Check them out below. Wreck-It Ralph arrives in theaters November 12.
Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis go nose-to-nose in this new poster for The Campaign. Literally.
Gwyneth Paltrow is fending off allegations of racism after she used the N-word in a Twitter post while referring to a popular Jay-Z and Kanye West song. Accompanied by friend and Jay-Z's wife Beyonce at a performance in Paris, Paltrow tweeted a pic dancing alongside the rappers with the caption, "Ni**as in paris for real." [MSN]
We brought you three new Japanese Avengers posters yesterday. Here's the latest one featuring Mark Ruffalo's Hulk.
The Amazing Spider-Man is just under a month away from swinging into theaters and vendors are ramping up their Spidey merchandise. Here are four shirts from Junk Food Clothing.
Essentially a mash-up of the previous five The Dark Knight Rises commercials, this latest TV spot is a heads up to fans that tickets will go on sale on June 11. Of course, I'm sure fans were already well aware of the advance ticketing but here's the commercial nonetheless:
Check out this awesome '50s style poster for Prometheus:
You may have caught Kevin Spacey in a short YouTube ad promoting a clip from the short film The Ventriloquist. Here's the full version. There are a couple of A-bombs (not of the atomic variety), but otherwise it's clean.
Finally, Paramount celebrates 100 years in movies with this un-chronological poster with pin button icons of famous movies in their library. Click the poster for a larger version.