Star Wars: The Force Awakens has officially been rated PG-13 by the Classification And Rating Administrtion for "sci-fi action violence."
We'll find out exactly why when it hits theaters on December 18.
SUPERGIRL Seeks Young KAL-EL
CBS's Supergirl has already established that Superman was an accomplished hero in his own right well before Kara hit the scene, but the show is still looking for someone to play a younger version of Kal-El - possibly in a flashback scene.
TVLine reports that CBS is looking for a 13-year-old actor with "future leading man" looks to take on the role of young Kal-El in 2016. No further information about the role was reported.
If accurate, this would be the first time that Kal/Clark/Superman would be seen directly on the show, with his minimal cameos thus far consisting of blurry, distance shots.
Supergirl airs Monday nights on CBS.
ROBERT DOWNEY, JR. And CHRIS EVANS Will Return To Atlanta For More MARVEL Movies
In their recent appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Robert Downey, Jr. and Chris Evans talked to the late night host about filming Captain America: Civil War in Atlanta, which Evans called "tough" thanks to the heavy humidity of the summer months.
Downey also discussed having his own furniture moved to Atlanta for the filming schedule, before saying that he and Evans would return to Atlanta, which boasts a burgeoning film industry, to shoot more Marvel films. Check out the interview right here:
If Downey's assertion is correct, this likely means that both Tony Stark and Steve Rogers will appear in Avengers: Infinity War, which will be split into two films. While this has been assumed for some time, it may debunk rumors that Steve Rogers will die at the end of Captain America: Civil War - or, it may lend credence to the idea that he'll be brought back to life in Infinity War.
Captain America: Civil War hits theaters May 6, 2016.