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The Oscar-winning actor joins the cast of Marvel’s Ant-Man, in theaters July 31, 2015!
Michael Douglas has stepped into some of the biggest–or should that be tiniest?–shoes of his career.
The two-time Academy Award-winning actor will join director Edgar Wright and Paul Rudd in Marvel’s "Ant-Man," hitting theaters July 31, 2015.
"With Hank Pym’s rich history in the Marvel Universe, we knew we needed an actor capable of bringing the weight and stature to the role that the character deserves," said Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige. "We felt incredibly relieved when Michael Douglas agreed to step into the part with the charm and fortitude he brings to every character he inhabits, and couldn’t be more excited to see what he will do to bring Hank Pym to life."
The legendary actor, who earned an Academy Award in the category of Best Actor in a Leading Role for his iconic portrayal of Gordon Gecko in "Wall Street," has also starred in numerous modern classics including "Basic Instinct," "Fatal Attraction," "The Game," "Wonder Boys," "Traffic" and many more. In addition to acting, Douglas has also served as Producer and Executive Producer on a number of films including "Romancing the Stone," John Carpenter’s "Starman" and "One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest," for which he also won an Academy Award for Best Picture. Most recently, Douglas earned a Golden Globe and his first Primetime Emmy Award for his role as legendary entertainer Liberace in the HBO original film "Behind the Candelabra."
Douglas will star as Hank Pym, who first appeared in TALES TO ASTONISH #27 (Jan. 1962), with Rudd starring as Scott Lang in the film.
Spike TV has announced the winners for the third annual Scream Awards, a ceremony dedicated to honoring the best in the worlds of horror, science fiction, fantasy and comic books.
This year, the runaway summer blockbuster The Dark Knight was the darling of the awards, winning 12 awards including Ultimate Scream Movie, Best Comic Book Movie, Best Screamplay and more! Other winners include Iron Man, Hellboy II: The Golden Army and Wanted. To learn more about the awards, direct your Internet browser to www.spike.com.
The Dark Knight
• The Ultimate Scream Movie
• Best Comic Book Movie
• Best Sequel
• Best Super-Hero: Christian Bale as Batman
• Best Villain: Heath Ledger as The Joker
• Best Actor in a Fantasy Movie or TV Show: Heath Ledger
• Best Supporting Performance: Gary Oldman
• Best Director: Christopher Nolan
• Best Screamplay: Christopher & Jonathan Nolan and David Goyer
• Best F/X:
• The Holy $#!+ Scene of the Year: The Big Rig Flips Over
• Best Line: “I believe whatever doesn’t kill you makes you stranger” by The Joker
• Best Science Fiction Movie
• Best Actor in a Sci-Fi Movie or TV Show: Robert Downey Jr.
Hellboy II: The Golden Army
• Best Fantasy Movie
• Best Actress in a Fantasy Movie or TV Show: Angelina Jolie
Y: The Last Man
• Best Comic Book: DC Comics/Vertigo
• Best Comic Book Writer: DC Comics’ Batman & Final Crisis
• Best Comic Book Artist: Gabriel Ba, Dark Horse Comics
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 8
• Best Screen-To-Comic Adaptation: Dark Horse Comics
• Most Shocking Comic Book Twist: The X-Men Disband after Professor X is Shot, Marvel Comics
We’ve been telling you about Affleck’s turn in “Hollywoodland” lately, and now a major film festival has backed up that claim — Ben’s been awarded the “Best Actor” trophy from the Venice Film Festival this weekend. Major congratulations to Affleck, who channels the late George Reeves to perfection in the flick. A much-deserved award for a guy who’s been a friend to View Askew for many years.
Best Supporting Actor (film) – Tim Robbins, Mystic River
Best Actor (tv) – Anthony Lapaglia, Without a Trace
Best Actress, drama (tv) – Frances Conroy, Six Feet Under
Best Supporting Actress (film) – Renee Zellweger, Cold Mountain
Best TV show (comedy) – The Office
Best TV miniseries – Angels in America
Best Actress (miniseries) – Meryl Streep, Angels in America
Best Actress, comedy (tv) – Sarah Jessica Parker, Sex and the City
Best Actor (miniseries) – Jeffrey Wright, Angels in America
Best Actress, comedy – Diane Keaton, Something’s Gotta Give
Best Actor, comedy – Bill Murray, Lost in Translation
Best Drama (tv) – 24
Best Actor, comedy (tv) – Ricky Gervais, The Office
Best Score (film) – Howard Shore, The Return of the King
Best Song (film) – Into the West, The Return of the King
Best Screeplay (film) – Sofia Coppola, Lost in Translation
Best Supporting Actress – Mary Louise Parker, Angels in America
Best Director – Peter Jackson, The Return of the King
Best Actor, miniseries (drama) – Al Pacino, Angels in America
Best Actor (drama) – Sean Penn, Mystic River
Best Foreign Language Film – Osama
Best Actress (drama) – Charlize Theron, Monster
Best Picture (comedy) – Lost in Translation
Best Picture (drama) – The Return of the King