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Man of Steel

Superman flies back onto the big screen in this Warner Bros./Legendary Pictures production directed by Zack Snyder (Watchmen)… Read More

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While the upcoming “Man of Steel” has so far been most notable for its attempt to reboot the Superman franchise after the failed “Superman Returns,” it’s now making headlines for its potential to open the door for other superhero movies from the DC… Continue reading 'Man of Steel' Will Pave Way for New DC Superhero Movies, Won't Feature Kryptonite

Say g’day to yet another hot Aussie actor: Luke Hemsworth, older brother of Chris and Liam, has just signed on for his first feature film role.

Luke will play a detective in “The Reckoning,” about the search for missing teenagers who shot video footage of a murder, set to begin filming in Australia next month. He moved to Los Angeles in 2011, and is also due to shoot the World War… Continue reading Luke Hemsworth in 'The Reckoning': Chris and Liam's Brother Signs on to First Feature Film

December 3, 2012

darkknightrisesblurayclips The Dark Knight Rises Bonus Feature Clip on Batman vs. Bane FightA new bonus feature clip from The Dark Knight Rises Blu-ray has come online and can be watched using the player below. The feature takes a look at the fight between Batman and Bane.

The Dark Knight Rises is available on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and Digital Download tomorrow, December 4. In the film, it has been eight years since Batman vanished into

Clark Baker’s Vessel Planned For Feature

October 3, 2012

 Clark Bakers Vessel Planned For FeatureClark Baker’s sci-fi short Vessel is headed to the big screen. Variety reports that Paramount Pictures has acquired the rights to turn the project into a feature film with Baker directing.

Likened to Alien, The Thing and Close Encounters of the Third Kind, the short blends practical creature effects with modern VFX, telling the story of Liberty Airlines’ Flight 298 and its

August 14, 2012

selick project Disney Cancels Henry Selicks Stop Motion FeatureFollowing the success of his Coraline at Laika, it was announced in 2010 that Henry Selick would be returning to Walt Disney Pictures to develop an original stop-motion feature for the studio. Today, Variety reports that production on the film has now been halted and that the project may now look for a home elsewhere.

Selick, who directed Disney’s perennial hit The