With filming now underway for The Hunger Games sequel, Catching Fire, this week we have the first collection of set photos to be leaked out, which includes a first look at new tributes Finnick Odair, Mags, Gloss, Beetee, and Enobaria, who will be joining Katniss and Peeta in the second adaptation based on Suzanne Collins acclaimed Hunger Games trilogy of novels.
A blockbuster five years in the making, a build-up consisting of five previous blockbuster releases would come with mounting expectation. Marvel Studios made a gamble here; if this movie failed then their master plan would come crashing down. To make matters worse, they handed the reins over to a man who worked primarily in cancelled TV shows and his only prior big screen experience was directing a spin-off of one of his cancelled TV shows.
The odds were against them on this, yet Avengers Assemble defied the odds.
A new featurette has been released for the upcoming sci-fi thriller Looper, explaining the role of Loopers in the film, and a little more about the film. This will be especially useful for people who may be finding the film's overall story to be a bit confusing.
Sometimes a clever turn of phrase simply will not do, sometimes it's necessary to be blunt.
Spy pics of the redesigned RoboCop have hit the net and the only course of action is bluntness: It looks absolutely awful.
Bond’s 23rd adventure begins in the crowded markets of Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar with the kind of spectacle we have come to expect from the franchise; car-chases, extreme motorbike stunts, unorthodox train-travel and a barrage of gunfire will mark the re-appearance of our favourite spy, but it all feels a little repetitive. Is there anywhere new for Bond to go?
Skyfall’s producers clearly think so. We can expect a bum-testing run-time of 145 minutes for the autumn release; plus Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer have confirmed that Daniel Craig will appear in two more Bond-films; but maybe they need him more than we do.
A new behind-the-scenes film offers a sneak-peek of some of the action we can expect as we’re polishing-off our (first) bag of Minstrels during Skyfall’s opening sequence.
Three new behind-the-scenes images have been released by two of the actors in the upcoming sixth film in the Fast and Furious series (likely to break the record of number of sequels, especially if you don't count horror movies).
Both Vin Diesel, whose character stems from the very first film, and Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, who joined the team in the previous instalment of the franchise, have released photos through social networking sites Facebook and Twitter to their fans.
Taken 2 is gearing up the publicity machine ahead of its October 5th release, recently giving us an exclusive look on YouTube of Liam Neeson's particular set of skills, and now we get a sneak peek at some of the action and stunt work of the film.
A lot of people have been asking Benedict Cumberbatch about Star Trek Into Darkness (formerly Star Trek 2), and he's revealed he's getting a little tired of all the constant rumours and speculation about his character in the upcoming sequel.
James "King of the World" Cameron has yet to put pen to paper (or finger to keyboard, whichever is more environmentally friendly, I'm not up to date on my carbon footprints) for Avatar 2 and 3, but that hasn't stopped him explaining his plans for the trilogy and beyond.
Dax Shepard directs and stars in this road movie comedy alongside his real life fiancé Kristen Bell. Dax stars as the amazingly named Charlie Bronson, a former getaway driver living in witness protection. Kristen gets the offer of her dreams in L.A, the city Bronson left behind, and he decides to drive her there, in one of the coolest cars seen on the silver screen in a while.