Pacific Rim unleashes its final trailer and delivers an even clearer look at the Jaeger-on-Kaiju action that will make young kids wet their pants with excitement, and some not-so-young geeks do the same.
Richard Madden, who plays Robb Stark in Game of Thrones has signed on to play the Prince in Disney's new live-action version of Cinderella.
Okay, Star Wars Episode VII is due in cinemas in a couple of years, and the buzz around it is already positive enough. But the latest news from Lucasfilm brings even more cause for rejoicing.
Pirates of the Caribbean 5 continues to rumble towards production, whether we want to or not, as a shortlist of potential directors has been put together.
Gremlins is one of my favourite movies. If me and my lady had to pick a movie to be "our movie", it would be Gremlins. So, you can probably appreciate how precious I am about this series, and how annoyed I am by the inevitable remake/reboot news that has crapped all over my doorstep.
Pacific Rim is coming and it has us at Lost in the Multiplex very excited. We have a series of character photos featuring stars Charlie Hunnam, Rinko Kikuchi and Idris Elba. Followed by a first look inside the prequel graphic novel.
Peter Jackson & Weta have managed to keep the design of Smaug the dragon tightly under wraps, apart from a brief glimpse in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, but it appears we may now have our first look at the mighty beast himself.
After last week's news that Colin Trevorrow had found a field with some trees in it as the location for the fictional Isla Nublar, it seems that Jurassic Park IV has once again been put on hold. With just over a year until its supposed release, it comes as a large blow for the film which has struggled at every turn to get moving.
The first poster for Edgar Wright & Simon Pegg's The World's End has hit the internet with apocalyptic fervour.
Fast & Furious 6 villain, Luke Evans, has won the lead role in The Crow. The Immortals star will follow in the iconic footsteps of the late Brandon Lee, and Vincent Pérez, Mark Dacascos, Eric Mabius and Edward Furlong, whose footsteps are so un-iconic they are practically knee-prints.