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.
New pictures featuring Andrew Garfield's Peter Parker and Dane DeHaan's Harry Osborn have been uncovered.
While certain ailing film series just won't die hard with a vengeance, the Mission: Impossible franchise continues to evolve by pairing an arsenal of Hollywood's best and brightest talent in the likes of JJ Abrams, Alex Kurtzman and Brad Bird with series superstar, Tom Cruise.
The latest series of photos from the set of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 appear dull and lacking in incident to the layman Spider-fan, but to those versed in the comic book exploits of our friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man, they hint at something huge.
The Hangover Part III benefits from a new TV spot and posters, the latter including a nice image of a giraffe. The movie is out on 24th May and you can expect more incredible and slightly surreal shenanigans, as the three men who should never really spend any time together hit Vegas one last time. Yes, that's right, this is the last one.
Iron Man 3 is conquering the world right now, kicking off Marvel's Phase Two in grand style, so thoughts naturally turn to the big end-game of this latest cycle from the super-studio.
You would think that two months before the release of a film that everything would be tied up and might at most just need some tinkering before it's sent out to cinemas.
Inspired by Channing Tatum's real life experiences as a stripper, Magic Mike went on to gross over $167M worldwide last year from a measly $7M budget, so a sequel was always inevitable. So as Steven Soderbergh contemplates his retirement from movie making he opened up about a follow-up to one of his biggest hits.
Iron Man 3 continues to dominate the box office charts, all before even opening in several key markets, so Marvel Studios are enjoying the extra attention by unloading a stack of new developments from their upcoming slate.
Here is the first image from the upcoming Jurassic Park IV from Safety Not Guaranteed director, Colin Trevorrow. At least, we think it is.