Fans of Robert Rodriguez's ground breaking neo-noir anthology, Sin City, will be disappointed today as it is revealed that the long-awaited sequel, sub-titled A Dame to Kill For, has been delayed by a massive ten months; pushing it into a late summer release date in August 2014. Considering it has taken eight years to get this movie made, another ten months won't kill anyone.
We have a new trailer for Kick-Ass 2. It has added a couple of extra scenes involving Kick-Ass and Hit- Girl training to become bad-ass superheroes plus a look at the Motherfucker and his gang. One of the highlights is Jim Carrey as Colonel Stars & Stripes and his pet Pooch.
The first trailer for 300: Rise of an Empire, the sequel to Zack Snyder's 2006 smash hit, has landed on our shores and it is pretty spectacular.
I confess I haven't read the books, so based solely on the trailer for Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters, my guesses have to be either everything in the world happens in this movie or nothing at all.
The first trailer for The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug has landed and we are treated to the first footage of Legolas' (Orlando Bloom) return, new addition to The Hobbit, Tauriel (Evangeline Lilly) and the scaly gold-digger himself, Smaug (voiced by Benedict Cumberbatch).
Peter Jackson has shared the new poster for The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, courtesy of the official Facebook page, so check it out below.
The long-suffering movie adaptation of Bill Willingham's dark fantasy series Fables has finally found itself a director and a writer.
Can we just address how lucky are we to live in an age where we no longer have to wait years for a new Paul Thomas Anderson film? After 2007's There Will Be Blood, we had an agonising four-year wait until his magnificent The Master arrived. No more four-year waits for us, Anderson is filming his next film right now and we have the set photos to prove it.
Up until now, movie posters showcasing Brad Pitt's forthcoming World War Z have been entirely underwhelming.
Dennis Lehane has already had a fair few of his books turned into excellent films (Mystic River, Gone Baby Gone and Shutter Island). And, following the success of Shutter Island, Lehane is set to team up with Leonardo DiCaprio on the film adaptation of Travis McGee, which is based on the John D. MacDonald mystery novel series.