Two new images from Star Trek Into Darkness have arrived online and they are pensive, to say the least.
Production on the new US Godzilla reboot officially began this Monday and already images from the set are beginning to surface.
We have seen their footprint, now we get to see what a Kaiju looks like on the inside. Unsurprisingly, it's not pretty.
Things have been quiet at the Pacific Rim of late, after the rousing teaser trailer and some less rousing images, things have died down surrounding Guillermo del Toro's robots v monsters epic.
So much of the Star Trek Into Darkness marketing has gravitated around the identity of Benedict Cumberbatch's villain, I wondered just how much the average (read: non-geek) viewer really cared about this. Before J.J. Abrams rejuvenated the Trek franchise, I suspect a large number of viewers had not sat through a full Trek movie, let alone seen Wrath of Khan, to properly invest in this mystery.
This latest Trek teaser seems to address this matter, providing the first piece of marketing to present a different kind of focus, this time on the heroes. The characters that made the first Trek reboot such a success are front and centre this time, offering us a look at the mayhem they will be getting up to in the sequel.
I think it is time to declare a moratorium on Star Wars casting rumours until official confirmation comes in; as Carrie Fisher once again confounds the internet by telling a joke.
We've heard a lot of buzz about the new Star Wars films, and there has been a lot of speculation as to whether or not the old cast members will return. Well, Carrie Fisher was talking to Palm Street Illustrated, and they got straight to the point.
New Line Cinema and MGM have been tinkering around with the release of The Hobbit: There and Back again, by moving it to December 17th 2014.
It looks like even before Neil Gaiman's new book, The Ocean at the End of the Lane, is released the rights to the film have already been snapped up and it's going to be adapted by Joe Wright (Atonement, Anna Karenina).