Benedict Cumerbatch's "John Harrison"/Khan has a warning.
The latest, largely anonymous poster for Thor: The Dark World is now available.
Disney were present at Cinema Con 2013 (a convention for theatre owners in LA) and there, they made the startling announcement that there shall be a new Star Wars film made every year on from 2015, starting with the JJ Abram's helmed Star Wars: Episode VII.
Continuing the proliferation of tweeted pics from films currently in production, Bryan Singer has shown of another picture.
Fans of 21 Jump Street will be pleased to hear that a second film is on the way. Sony has announced that 21 Jump Street 2 will be coming to screens in 2014 with Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum expected to play the lead roles again.
Universal Pictures have been talking about their plans for upcoming sequels, including the follow-up to Snow White and the Huntsman and a potential new Bourne film.
Social media has become a valid form of reporting news over the last couple of years and Sylvester Stallone, in particular, is quite prolific on Twitter. He Tweeted the other day -
Wesley Snipes is BACK!!!! ... ...with US.
And this can only mean one thing, Snipes is joining Sly and co. in The Expendables 3.
New hi-res versions of previously released stills for 300: Rise of an Empire are now available for your viewing pleasure.
Following the exciting debut of the new Man of Steel trailer, Zack Snyder went on to premiere the first poster for the upcoming 300: Rise of an Empire.
Fandom for children is a very different thing to the fandom of a healthy, well-adjusted adult. As a child, your interests can be distilled to a Top Trumps mentality; who is better than who? Who could beat who in a fight? Naturally, this attitude permeates into adult life sometimes. We are, after all, only human.
One of the most hotly contested debates of my childhood was over who would win in a fight: Freddy Krueger or Jason Voorhees. Every kid had their favourite character and series to root for. Personally, I rated the stalker of Crystal Lake a lot higher than the curse of Elm Street. The raging debates would alternate; if Jason was in the dream world, Freddy wins. If Freddy got pulled into the real world, Jason takes it. Of course no one could ever agree on which of these scenarios was more likely, and so the arguments reached Palestine/Israel levels of meaningless brutality.
Finally, some good-hearted souls decided to settle this conflict and made a movie.