It may be the exact same set-up as the last Anchorman 2 teaser but it doesn't matter, the entire thing is still hilarious.
With Iron Man 3 being the first solo Marvel adventure to cross the billion dollar mark, Marvel have clearly proven themselves the new kings of summer, and so thoughts turn to the follow-up to their original smash-hit. The Avengers 2 is not due for release until 2015 but people just can't stop talking about it.
I have covered a lot of my thoughts on the Fast & Furious series during this Franchise Retrospective. I am a massive fan of these movies, even when I can clearly see that most of them are not good movies. I would go so far as to call the original movie, the Troll 2 of the action genre, it's a movie so bad that it borders on brilliant. Highly quotable, audacious, wrongheaded in most of the key areas; it's not a good movie but it is an absolute fucking blast.
The Daily Mail are reporting that Christopher Nolan is in talks to direct the next Bond film. The paper has revealed that "informal talks" have begun with long-time Bond producers, Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson.
Drew Pearce is so hot right now, so hot in fact that he has been snapped up to write Mission: Impossible 5. Following the critical and commercial success of Iron Man 3 the British born screenwriter is being trusted to work under the hood of one of Paramount's most successful and lucrative series.
The Wolfpack is returning for their swan song soon and Warners Bros have released a red band trailer in anticipation of this.
It's a recap of the first two films before showing us the new stuff, and if you ask me I think it looks pretty goddamn funny.
The gang's all here again, with the triumphant return (read: cap in hand and suitably ashamed) of original franchise stars Vin Diesel and Paul Walker, and they are bringing back a few other familiar faces. Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster and even Sung Kang from Tokyo Drift make appearances. Justin Lin, director of the superior third installment, also returns to helm the picture.
Oscar-winning composer Michael Giacchino has tweeted about his involvement in the new instalment of the Planet of the Apes series. Sharing a picture of a monkey dressed up as a composer, he confesses that he will be recording the score for next year's Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.
It looks like Ewan McGregor is finally willing to forgive and forget! In March we heard that Danny Boyle was planning on making a long-awaited sequel to Trainspotting in 2015. However, McGregor's involvement has always been doubted. He had always said how he would rather be known for a critically acclaimed original than for its inferior sequel. It's also well known that McGregor hasn't spoken to Boyle since a feud they had over Boyle's decision to cast Leonardo DiCaprio in The Beach rather than McGregor (it was really a studio call).
However now McGregor has come out and said to Time Out website that he is ready to leave the old grudge behind and move on.