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.
A week ago Joss Whedon hinted at what new additions to earth's mightiest heroes he would be including in the sequel. Whedon said that his first draft of the script contained "two of my favorite characters from the comic book, a brother/sister act".
After a batch or two of less than revealing set photos, the latest shots from Captain America: The Winter Soldier are far more illuminating, including our first look at Anthony Mackie's Falcon.
War Horse star Jeremy Irvine and British actress Phoebe Fox (One Day and Black Mirror) have both been confirmed for the horror sequel The Woman in Black: Angel Of Death. The 2012 original, while being pretty scary, featured an even more scarily bad performance from Daniel Radcliffe.
Total Film had an exclusive scoop on the current status of the next Die Hard film yesterday reporting that the film is being penned by London-based screenwriter Ben Trebilcook and involves a story that sees John McClane start out in New York and end up in Tokyo.
The second trailer for OAP espionage-comedy Red 2 (or as I like to refer to it: 'Classy Expendables') has been released online. It introduces Anthony Hopkins' mad scientist character, reveals more plot details and most importantly, contains more footage of Dame Helen Mirren being an ice-cold badass.
If that isn't an incentive for you to give it a go, then I'm honestly not sure how to entice you further, sorry.
While J.J. Abrams is already set to boldly go where no man has gone before by helming the return of two of the biggest franchises in movie history to the big screen; he also appears open to the possibility of directing consecutive chapters of the Star Trek and Star Wars films.
I am Lost in the Multiplex's resident Fast & Furious fanatic, so it's an understatement t say to say that Fast & Furious 6 is my most anticipated movie of the summer.
The previous trailers stuck to the same key moneyshots; the military convoy attack, the tank, the plane. This trailer changes it up, with the plane set piece no longer capping off proceedings, in favour of a greater focus on the heart of the story: The rift in the Fast family between Vin Diesel's Dom and Michelle Rodriguez's now villainous Letty.
Hatchet 3 is coming out. The trailer is fantastic, (if a little too gruesome for anyone who doesn't like exploding heads), and it proves that the series continues to raise the bar when it comes to shock and gore. This time around, Adam Green isn't going to direct, handing over shooting duties to one of the camera operators from the previous two, BJ McDonnell.