Several of the X-Men movies have been made in Canada, so it seems fitting that with the latest one filming soon, the cast gets to meet the country’s leader.
All the rumors you’ve heard in the past few months are true. Fox has set Simon Kinberg to make his directorial debut with 2018's X-Men: Dark Phoenix, which will return much of the cast from 2016's X-Men: Apocalypse—and possibly add an Oscar nominee too.
Talk of a sequel to X-Men: Apocalypse has been rampant as of late. There have been rumors of titles, shooting dates, actors returning, and more. But one thing there hasn’t been is an answer to the question of who might write and direct the expected X-sequel. Now that name may finally be revealed.
The seventh season of Game of Thrones won’t go into production for months so, on the show’s Hall H panel at Comic-Con, there wasn’t much in the way of news. There was, however, much to discuss about who all the panelists thought should end up on the Iron Throne.
Sophie Turner, who plays Sansa Stark on Game of Thrones, gets put on the spot in this video. She's asked to describe an episode of The Real Housewives of Westeros, and it includes a romance between Sansa and Margaery Tyrell.
Sophie Turner, best known for playing the badass that is Sansa Stark on Game of Thrones, has been cast as Mary Shelley in a dark gothic horror/romance based somewhat on the iconic author's life. I say somewhat because Turner will be playing a "monster," too.
This is shaping up to be the year of the lethal teenage girl, what with Vampire Academy and the third Hunger Games movie. And now add to that list Barely Lethal, a comedy in which True Grit's Hailee Steinfeld is an assassin trying to be a normal high-school girl.
In Game of Thrones, Sansa Stark's dire wolf Lady met an untimely end as a sacrifice to mollify the queen's anger after Arya's dire wolf Nymeria bit Prince Joffrey (and then ran away). In real life, however, Lady's doing much better — especially after actress Sophie Turner adopted the Mahlek Northern Inuit Dog who…
Science fiction is an actor's dream. The genre has created some breakout stars, like Harrison Ford, but it's also turned scores of working actors into beloved fan-favorites, who work the convention circuit. But here are 12 great science fiction actors who swing for the fences, and just don't get the appreciation they…
Last year, the entire Internet was delighted by Maisie Williams, Sophie Turner and Isaac Hempstead-Wright — Arya, Sansa and Bran Stark, respectively — singing their version of the Game of Thrones opening credits in a DVD/Blu-ray commentary track. Well, the season 2 Blu-ray/DVD is coming out next month, and I'm…