We heard about plans for an Angry Birds movie around two years ago when David Maisel, executive producer of Iron Man, Thor, and Captain America: The First Avenger, came on-board to develop the
ABC Studios and Marvel Television are officially moving forward with the TV series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. The spin-off show will follow a select group of Agents from the worldwide law-enforcement
Another image from the set of X-Men: Days of Future Past has landed courtesy of director Bryan Singer, and it gives us a preview of what 70s Wolverine and Beast will look like in the film.
We saw the poster earlier this week, and now Warner Bros. have released the first official teaser trailer for Alfonso Cuaron’s sci-fi movie Gravity. Taking aside scientific accuracy (there's no
Warner Bros. Pictures has announced that 300: Rise of an Empire will now be released March 7, 2014 instead of August 2013. The move makes sense as there hasn't been that much marketing outside of some
We've known for a while that X-Men: Days of Future Past would partly take place in the 1970s, roughly 10 years after the events of X-Men: First Class. We assumed the costumes would reflect the trends
Pirates Of The Caribbean 5 has been in development at Disney for a while, but the studio is finally zoning in on a director in the hope of shooting later this year or early 2014.
According to Amazon Germany the Iron Man 3 DVD release date has been scheduled for October 2013. The German site has historically been early to post these types of details, however eventually the
There had been some speculation recently that Universal had either cancelled or delayed Jurassic Park 4 due to issues with the script, however given the film was originally supposed to be released
Total Film got their hands on the first official poster for Alfonso Cuaron's sci-fi movie Gravity. The film was shot way back in 2011 and we've been waiting for Warner Bros. to release something ever
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