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With so much Marvel information and news being released online, Kevin Feige took some time to explain how Marvel Studios is dealing with it all. In a recent interview, the Marvel Studios boss himself revealed his annoyance when he reads information that has been leaked online, whether it’s true or false.
In Guillermo del Torro's Pacific Rim, the highly anticipated summer action thriller, giant robotic Jaegers do battle with giant alien Kaiju, 15 years after the monsters rose from the sea. In the recently released poster, four Jaegers unite to do battle, and it's pretty fantastic. Check it out below.
Dylan and Lyz (of Film or Movie) go from the silver screen to the idiot box exploring the ever-changing landscape of television. There will be plenty of reviews, news, and maybe a little controversy, because there is always something on.
Set to hit theaters in 2014, after 20 years, Jurassic Park 4 returns the adventure to Isla Nublar (Spanish for Tourist Deathtrap). Colin Trevorrow sent this picture out into the Twitterverse earlier today:
The release of the first post-Avengers Marvel movie, Iron Man 3, is fast approaching, but that doesn’t mean that Kevin Feige and crew can rest easy. They’ve still got several other sequels to worry about, as well as some new characters to make palatable for movie audiences like Ant-Man and the Guardians of the Galaxy.
Vampire Academy: Blood Sisters, an adaptation of the six volume young adult novel series by Richelle Mead, has cast Ukranian-born French Actress Olga Kurylenko (Oblivion, To the Wonder) as Headmistress Kirova.
Award winning director Mike Cahill, whose breakout feature film Another Earth, co-written with actress Brit Marling, won the Sloan Feature Film Prize at Sundance in 2011, has chosen to mine the emotional side of science for his second feature, i Origins. Cahill has just confirmed that Brit Marling and Michael Pitt have joined the cast of the upcoming film, with The Walking Dead's Steven Yeun, The Good Wife's Archie Panjabi, and Astrid Berges-Frisbey already on board.
While those of us still in the states count down the hours until the midnight release of Iron Man 3 (I'm going, are you?), we've got a bit of last-minute information on the film. Or, at least, on the Chinese version of the film.
Star Wars without composer John Williams just wouldn’t be the same, and it seems J.J. Abrams agrees. During a press conference, Abrams, who will direct Episode VII, revealed that he believes that Williams will score the film.