Later on this month, eager fans will get their first look at Star Trek Into Darkness, the sequel to the successful J.J. Abrams Star Trek film. In the mean time, Paramount has released the first teaser poster for the upcoming film...and it's about as generic as it gets. Still, it's pretty neat.
Rumors have been flying around for a while now that Patrick Stewart (and potentially a few other original X-Men cast members) would be reprising his role in the upcoming sequel to X-Men First Class. These rumors intensified when the name of the film, Days of Future Past, referenced a comic book run that dealt with time travel...a way to firm up the movie series' wonky continuity. Now it looks like some of those rumors are true.
Things have been painfully quiet as far as news goes when it comes to J.J. Abrams' upcoming Star Trek sequel. That's soon to change with an upcoming IMAX preview as well as a confirmed trailer inbound, but in the meantime, the full official synopsis has been released giving fans a hint at the story...finally.
Catching Fire, the sequel to the surprisingly good Hunger Games, is set to come out almost exactly a year from now (November 22, 2013) and so it's time to remind people that it is in fact on the way. Lionsgate has just released a motion poster for the film.
Eager fans have been anxiously awaiting the first footage from J.J. Abram's upcoming Star Trek Into Darkness. The infamously secretive director has been playing coy on the matter, but come next month, everyone will have a chance to watch the first nine minutes of the film on IMAX.
Understandably, the recent announcement about Disney taking over Lucasfilm and bringing a new Star Wars trilogy to the big screen has been just about all anyone's talked about in the last couple of weeks. Ineveitably the topic of discussion veers into what a possible title for Episode VII could be, and fanboys have answered that question in hilarious ways. So I thought it'd be kind of fun to share some with you.
A veritable flood of Star Wars related news pieces have come out in the wake of last week's shocking announcement that a sequel trilogy of Star Wars films were in the works. We know that Mark Hammil (Luke) and Carrie Fisher (Leia) had already met with George Lucas about the upcoming films and seemed open to the idea, and now it looks like Han Solo himself is willing to reprise the role the launched his career.
Now that new Star Wars movies have been announced, I have the sneaking suspicison that we'll be doing a crap load of 'Rumor Control' articles about them. It's the nature of such a massive property and we'll try and keep them down to the more interesting ones. Today comes a rumor that deals with something everyone is speculating about; who's going to direct it?
Well this is kind of surprising news. Not too long ago, there were rumors spreading around that Sony was considering using Electro as the villain in their upcoming Amazing Spider-Man sequel. Now, I guess we can consider that a confirmed as reports are coming in now that they're already in early talks with Jamie Foxx to portray the comic book villain.
I got the chance to check out Cloud Atlas earlier this week and am here to talk about my impressions on the film. In short, it's perhaps one of the year's best films, with performances to match. It shouldn't be missed, but I fear it won't make the money it deserves.