Gipsy Danger has a few tricks up its sleeve in this new Pacific Rim banner - namely a gigantic saw blade - which it looks ready to use on the advancing Kaiju.
By now you have probably encountered the debate surrounding Star Trek Into Darkness, namely the Alice Eve nude scene. Some see it as sexist and reductive, others don't see the big deal.
Damon Lindelof took ownership of the issue and apologised. That probably would have been enough, the issue could then die out with everyone chalking it down to an error in judgment.
Until, that is, JJ Abrams appeared on The Conan O'Brien Show to address the issue personally. Initially joking, he revealed there was a similar nude scene in the film featuring Benedict Cumberbatch's "John Harrison" having a shower. If this was an attempt to redress the balance, it was a huge miscalculation. If anything it only draws further attention to the wrong-headed nature of the scene.
Bong Joon-ho, the Korean filmmaker behind The Host and Mother, is bringing his next film, Snowpiercer to the English-language masses.
A trailer has been released for Richard Curtis' time-travel romantic comedy, About Time, starring Domnhall Gleeson and Rachel McAdams as the central, temporally challenged couple.
The world of Pacific Rim is one of the most exciting and original genre universes committed to film in some time.
Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg's final instalment in the Blood & Ice Cream Trilogy is an apocalyptic science fiction saga of booze, pub snacks and alien invaders.
A stunning new poster for Catching Fire, the second installment of The Hunger Games series, has been released by Lionsgate. It depicts a very different Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) to the previous film. Katniss is standing on top of a mountain, holding her signature bow and arrow with the mocking jay cleverly disguised in the clouds within the background. I'm sure everyone would agree, it's a pretty powerful image, promising a riveting film to come.
If you haven't seen director Jeff Nichols' Shotgun Stories, Take Shelter and Mud (out now), then for the love of Zod, get to it. Not only are they the most startling and accomplished trio of debut films in recent memory, they also feature this summers Man of Steel baddie, Michael Shannon.