As a big fan of Law & Order: SVU, it's always exciting to see actors from it pop up elsewhere. So my excitement for Man of Steel has risen a notch since I noticed that Christopher Meloni (good, strong first name there) will be appearing as Colonel Hardy.
The latest image released by Warner Bros gives us a better look at an already released poster, showing off more clearly Big Blue in handcuffs as well as the aforementioned Meloni.
The Iron Man 3 marketing continues with a tenacity equal to its titular hero. The latest comes in the form of a new TV spot and two new images, sampling some of the many alternate suits called to action by Stark in the finale so big and badass, it put the fear in Joss Whedon.
Following on from the news a few days ago that Alan Ritchson has been cast as Raphael in the upcoming Ninja Turtles, Raphael's brothers have now been cast!
Snikt! Plenty of Wolverine news for you to devour today. But hold back your excitement for a moment, as first we need to look at what I can only describe as excruciatingly bad marketing.
The producers of Iron Man 3 used up all original thought on suspenseful plot, snappy dialogue and luscious FX.
This has brought them dry to the IMAX poster, so they handed the project over to the Paltrow progeny, along with a printer, scissors and access to IMDB.
Here's what Apple (8) and Moses (6) have collaged together...
Star Wars sculptor Brian Muir has joined the Marvel team at Pinewood.
What a lovely problem to have!
In a recent interview, Marvel exec Kevin Feige gave away a few Iron Man 3 details (nothing you shouldn't already know if you've seen the latest trailer), and explained how Whedon has been given an early screening.
When Edgar Wright signed up to adapt Marvel's Ant-Man, he produced some test footage to visualise his take on Ant-Man's unique, offbeat powers. The footage screened at San Diego Comic Con to great acclaim and then promptly vanished.
Despite little progress being made on the production, the test footage has resurfaced during a London media event, and some sneaky devil has captured it on camera.
One of the stranger films to earn a cult status over the years has been the 1990s movie of Todd McFarlane's infamous SPAWN. Butchered by critics when it first came out, the film nevertheless found an audience which went on to enjoy it for years afterwards. Yes, it's very camp indeed and the effects haven't dated all that well, but there's something about it that kept people watching.
Both the teaser and trailer were limiting with its plot details for Zack Snyder's upcoming Superman reboot, Man of Steel. But frequent Christopher Nolan collaborator, fan boy favourite and, of course, Man of Steel screenwriter David S. Goyer tells Total Film that most of the details to the new film are being kept a mystery.