David F. Sandberg has returned to his horror roots with the terrifying three-minute film 'Shadowed'.
There have been some massive movies in 2019, with some of them ripe for controversy and others simply raking in box office dollars to an unprecedented extent. Elsewhere, master filmmakers have taken on bold, distinct properties and we had one of the most divisive and unusual awards seasons in living memory.But which films have really struck a chord with people? We’ve crunched the numbers and created a list of the most searched for movies on Yahoo in 2019.Based on millions of searches, here are the films people were looking for this year.Read more:Biggest box office hits and misses of 2019Most incredible actor transformations of 2019Notable Hollywood deaths of 2019
Despite the protestations of Martin Scorsese, Francis Ford Coppola, Ken Loach and — bizarrely — Jennifer Aniston, comic book movies have remained dominant in blockbuster cinema throughout 2019.Whether it’s the enormous ambition of the Marvel Cinematic Universe or some interesting new additions from their rivals over at DC Comics, audiences have had plenty to get their teeth into when it comes to super-powered men and women in spandex.So here’s our ranking of the comic book movies released into UK cinemas in 2019.Read more:Most incredible actor transformations of 2019Ranking the comic book movies of 2018Most exciting movies coming in 2020
The Rock's long-in-the-works entry in the DC movie universe will be coming to cinemas in December 2021.
The colourful superhero tale 'Shazam!' has ascended to the top of the UK box office in its opening weekend, hitting an excellent £4m.
The makers of 'Shazam!' dispute reports of the astronomical cost of the supersuit and talk about how they nailed the design.
Zachary Levi doesn't seem convinced he'll get to face off with Dwayne Johnson's Black Adam, but he definitely relishes the opportunity should it ever happen.
Alarm bells started to ring when Warner Bros announced that the Shazam reviews embargo would lift on a Saturday afternoon PST. Because critics have reacted uproariously to Shazam, praising it for being a joyous, uplifting and all round hilarious superhero film that’s perfect for kids and adults alike.
Both DC and Marvel created legendary comic characters with the same name, and both can be seen in cinemas this spring.
35-year-old Henry Cavill is reportedly leaving the role of Superman after talks with Warner Bros. and DC broke down.
The international convention saw the release of several new film and television trailers that you can watch right here.
David Sandberg ('Lights Out') will direct superhero movie - but will Dwayne Johnson appear as antagonist Black Adam?
Dwayne Johnson (set to play 'Shazam' anti-hero Black Adam) first suggested the 'Lone Ranger' actor as a possibility for the title role.
David F. Sandberg is in talks to direct “Shazam,” for New Line, TheWrap has exclusively learned. Sandberg has “Annabelle 2” the sequel to 2014 supernatural horror film, “Annabelle,” set to be released by New Line on August 11th, 2017. A sequel to the film is also in the works at New Line.
It looks as though James Gunn almost made a DC movie. During a Facebook Q&A, the ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ director revealed that he passed up opportunities to make a DC movie… and he likely wouldn’t be interested now, either. Of course, James Gunn is now firmly embedded in Marvel’s big screen universe.