WATCHMAN Star Patrick Wilson Joins AQUAMAN as the Super Villain ORM

Patrick Wilson, who is best known for his roles in Watchmen, Insidious, and The Conjuring, has joined the cast of James Wan's Aquaman. According to Deadline, the actor will take on the role of ORM, Aquaman's villainous half-brother, who is also known as Ocean Master.

Wilson is a very talented actor who has been involved with a lot of great films and TV projects over the years. It's always cool to see him land a cool role like this, and I think he'll be great in the role!

It was rumored early on in development that ORM would be in the film, and I think  Wilson is perfectly cast in the role. He has had a great working relationship with Wan over the years, so it's not really that surprising that Wan would find a place for him in the movie. 

ORM has had multiple origin stories, but one thing that has always been consistent is the fact that he wants to take his brother's place as the king of Atlantis. As far as his powers go, ORM has superhuman strength, superhuman durability, enhanced senses, and is an expert at magic manipulation using his helmet and trident to conjure magical bolts and control water and lightning. 

WATCHMAN Star Patrick Wilson Joins AQUAMAN as the Super Villain ORM

Patrick Wilson, who is best known for his roles in Watchmen, Insidious, and The Conjuring, has joined the cast of James Wan's Aquaman. According to Deadline, the actor will take on the role of ORM, Aquaman's villainous half-brother, who is also known as Ocean Master.

Wilson is a very talented actor who has been involved with a lot of great films and TV projects over the years. It's always cool to see him land a cool role like this, and I think he'll be great in the role!

It was rumored early on in development that ORM would be in the film, and I think  Wilson is perfectly cast in the role. He has had a great working relationship with Wan over the years, so it's not really that surprising that Wan would find a place for him in the movie. 

ORM has had multiple origin stories, but one thing that has always been consistent is the fact that he wants to take his brother's place as the king of Atlantis. As far as his powers go, ORM has superhuman strength, superhuman durability, enhanced senses, and is an expert at magic manipulation using his helmet and trident to conjure magical bolts and control water and lightning. 

WATCHMAN Star Patrick Wilson Joins AQUAMAN as the Super Villain ORM

Patrick Wilson, who is best known for his roles in Watchmen, Insidious, and The Conjuring, has joined the cast of James Wan's Aquaman. According to Deadline, the actor will take on the role of ORM, Aquaman's villainous half-brother, who is also known as Ocean Master.

Wilson is a very talented actor who has been involved with a lot of great films and TV projects over the years. It's always cool to see him land a cool role like this, and I think he'll be great in the role!

It was rumored early on in development that ORM would be in the film, and I think  Wilson is perfectly cast in the role. He has had a great working relationship with Wan over the years, so it's not really that surprising that Wan would find a place for him in the movie. 

ORM has had multiple origin stories, but one thing that has always been consistent is the fact that he wants to take his brother's place as the king of Atlantis. As far as his powers go, ORM has superhuman strength, superhuman durability, enhanced senses, and is an expert at magic manipulation using his helmet and trident to conjure magical bolts and control water and lightning. 

Rumored Title of STAR WARS: EPISODE VIII

Lucasfilm and Disney have yet to officially announce the title of Rian Johnson's Star Wars: Episode VIII, but a rumored title has surfaced from the AVS Forum. They came across an intriguing trademark filing that may have revealed the title.

The title in question is Star Wars: Forces of Destiny. It was recently submitted to the European Union Intellectual Property Office, and the filing covers a ton of different items including toys, games, clothing, and more. If you want to read everything that it covers you can. 

It's obvious that something very big is happening with this title, and there's a good chance that it could be for Episode VIII. The title seems to fit in line with where the new saga trilogy started with The Force AwakensForces of Destiny seems to move that concept forward.

Again, this is just a rumor because Lucasfilm hasn't officially announced anything yet. When they do decide to announce the title, it could end up being something completely different. 

Star Wars: Episode VIII stars Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Adam Driver, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac, Domhnall Gleeson, Gwendoline Christie, Andy Serkis, Benicio del Toro, Laura Dern, and Kelly Marie Tran. It's set to be released on December 15th, 2017.

Hugh Jackman Took a Pay Cut to Make Sure LOGAN Got an R Rating

Wolverine fans were extremely happy to hear that director James Mangold's Logan was going to get an R-rating. Fans have been wanting to see a true hardcore Wolverine movie for years, and it's finally going to happen with Hugh Jackman's final film as the character. 

As you know, studios are afraid to make R-rated superhero movies because it limits their audience. A PG-13 rating opens it up to so many more people, but then Deadpool exploded at the box office and the studio saw the light. They saw that fans want comic book movies that actually represent the characters they love. 

In order to secure the R-rating, the budget of the film had to be lowered, and according to AICN's Eric Vespe, the director said that Jackman took a pay cut on the film to secure that R-rating. There's no word on how much he lowered his pay, but it was enough to make the studio comfortable with moving forward with an R-rated film. 

40 minutes of Logan was screened at Butt-Numb-A-Thon, which is a 24-hour film festival that's held in Austin, TX. It was met with very positive reactions. This is the event where Mangold dropped the news on Jackman's pay. I know Jackman is insanely rich, and he really doesn't need the money, but it's still cool that he did this for the integrity of the film project. 

Hugh Jackman Took a Pay Cut to Make Sure LOGAN Got an R Rating

Wolverine fans were extremely happy to hear that director James Mangold's Logan was going to get an R-rating. Fans have been wanting to see a true hardcore Wolverine movie for years, and it's finally going to happen with Hugh Jackman's final film as the character. 

As you know, studios are afraid to make R-rated superhero movies because it limits their audience. A PG-13 rating opens it up to so many more people, but then Deadpool exploded at the box office and the studio saw the light. They saw that fans want comic book movies that actually represent the characters they love. 

In order to secure the R-rating, the budget of the film had to be lowered, and according to AICN's Eric Vespe, the director said that Jackman took a pay cut on the film to secure that R-rating. There's no word on how much he lowered his pay, but it was enough to make the studio comfortable with moving forward with an R-rated film. 

40 minutes of Logan was screened at Butt-Numb-A-Thon, which is a 24-hour film festival that's held in Austin, TX. It was met with very positive reactions. This is the event where Mangold dropped the news on Jackman's pay. I know Jackman is insanely rich, and he really doesn't need the money, but it's still cool that he did this for the integrity of the film project. 

Hugh Jackman Took a Pay Cut to Make Sure LOGAN Got an R Rating

Wolverine fans were extremely happy to hear that director James Mangold's Logan was going to get an R-rating. Fans have been wanting to see a true hardcore Wolverine movie for years, and it's finally going to happen with Hugh Jackman's final film as the character. 

As you know, studios are afraid to make R-rated superhero movies because it limits their audience. A PG-13 rating opens it up to so many more people, but then Deadpool exploded at the box office and the studio saw the light. They saw that fans want comic book movies that actually represent the characters they love. 

In order to secure the R-rating, the budget of the film had to be lowered, and according to AICN's Eric Vespe, the director said that Jackman took a pay cut on the film to secure that R-rating. There's no word on how much he lowered his pay, but it was enough to make the studio comfortable with moving forward with an R-rated film. 

40 minutes of Logan was screened at Butt-Numb-A-Thon, which is a 24-hour film festival that's held in Austin, TX. It was met with very positive reactions. This is the event where Mangold dropped the news on Jackman's pay. I know Jackman is insanely rich, and he really doesn't need the money, but it's still cool that he did this for the integrity of the film project. 

The Gunslinger Comes Face to Face With the Man in Black in New DARK TOWER Photo

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We haven't heard or seen anything about the feature film adaptation of Stephen King's The Dark Tower since the release of the film was delayed from February 17, 2017 to July 28, 2017. Director Nikolaj Arcel and his post-production team just needed a little more time to properly finish the film. 

Now we have this new photo featuring Idris Elba as Deschain, a.k.a. The Gunslinger, angrily staring down Matthew McConaughey as Randall Flagg, a.k.a. The Man in Black. It's a nice little image that gives us a little taste of the intensity between these two characters who have a long history with each other. 

An early trailer for the film leaked online a few months ago. We didn't post it on the site but I watched it and I absolutely loved what I saw! This looks like it's going to be a fantastic film! There's no word on when we will see an official first trailer, but I know fans of the novels that the film is based on are looking forward to it. 

The Dark Tower series spans eight novels along with a few assorted short stories and comic books. The movie is not a direct adaptation of these books, it actually serves as a companion piece to the books that follows Roland Deschain, "Mid-World’s last gunslinger, who is traveling southeast across Mid-World’s post-apocalyptic landscape, searching for the powerful but elusive magical edifice known as The Dark Tower. Located in the fey region of End-World, amid a sea of singing red roses, the Dark Tower is the nexus point of the time-space continuum. It is the heart of all worlds, but it is also under threat. Someone, or something, is using the evil technology of the Great Old Ones to destroy it."

The film also stars Tom Taylor as Jake Chambers; Abbey Lee as Tirana; and Fran Kranz as Pimli, plus Jackie Earle HaleyKatheryn Winnick, and Claudia Kiim. There has been a ton of news surrounding the development of this long-awaited film. If you want to catch up on any of that, click here.

Via: CB

Here Are All the Season 2 Trailers for THE EXPANSE We All Slept On!

I haven't watched Syfy since the season finale of The Expanse, so you'll have to forgive me for sleeping on the news that the second season is coming February 1st! For those that haven't watched the show, the series is a great sci-fi drama that focuses on tensions between the humans of Earth, Mars, and the asteroid belt that houses the working class. There are other things at work as well, but I don't want to spoil it for anyone who hasn't seen. 

I absolutely loved the first season, and while it can be disorienting for you to get thrown into their universe so quickly, you'll soon appreciate the surprisingly deep lore behind a show that became a sleeper hit of 2016! The visual effects are remarkably strong for a Syfy series. 

As I mentioned in the title, there have been three trailers for the second season, which looks like it will answer all questions fans had regarding the first season finale and give us a much greater look at the human colonies of Mars! Check out the trailers below. 

Here Are All the Season 2 Trailers for THE EXPANSE We All Slept On!

I haven't watched Syfy since the season finale of The Expanse, so you'll have to forgive me for sleeping on the news that the second season is coming February 1st! For those that haven't watched the show, the series is a great sci-fi drama that focuses on tensions between the humans of Earth, Mars, and the asteroid belt that houses the working class. There are other things at work as well, but I don't want to spoil it for anyone who hasn't seen. 

I absolutely loved the first season, and while it can be disorienting for you to get thrown into their universe so quickly, you'll soon appreciate the surprisingly deep lore behind a show that became a sleeper hit of 2016! The visual effects are remarkably strong for a Syfy series. 

As I mentioned in the title, there have been three trailers for the second season, which looks like it will answer all questions fans had regarding the first season finale and give us a much greater look at the human colonies of Mars! Check out the trailers below.