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'The Hobbit 3': Stephen Colbert Interviews Smaug The Colbert Report host Stephen Colbert is a self-described J.R.R. Tolkien fanatic. To help celebrate the impending release of The Hobbit: The Battle of The Five Armies in theaters next week, the comedian invited the dragon Smaug onto his show for an unprecedented interview. And it may be one of the show's highlights before Colbert moves himself into David Letterman's chair on Late Show in 2015.Smaug made an epic entrance, with the villain and his interviewer discovering quite quickly that they had a lot in common. They bot live in gated communities.

Jordi Mollà Joins ANT-MAN As 'Castillo'; Supporting Characters' Forenames Revealed The folks over at Stitch Kingdom have come across an updated synopsis for Marvel's Ant-Man adaptation which has revealed not only supporting character names, but also a new cast member.

You Don’t Need to Watch the New Tingle-Inducing ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Trailer Warner Bros. You really don’t need to watch this second trailer for next year’s Mad Max: Fury Road. You’ll want too of course, especially after the magnificence of the first trailer that premiered this past summer, and we honestly can’t blame you. But you still don’t need to watch this new one. The problem isn’t that this latest trailer underwhelms — on the contrary as it’s loaded with awesomeness that makes the wait for the film’s release next May even more of a struggle.

'Star Trek: The Next Generation' Actor To Direct The 3rd Film? File this one under "Long Shot," but there's currently a groundswell movement to get Jonathan Frakes into the director's chair for Star Trek 3. Frakes is mostly known for his role on the TV series Star Trek: The Next Generation, where he played Commander William Riker.How far has this little movement gone? Well, Frakes revealed to Komo News Radio that he has contacted J.J. Abrams himself, while his agent has gone to Paramount to try and make a deal. Oh, and there's also a hashtag (of course): #BringInRiker"I'm all over it.

'Jurassic World' Star Reveals Story and Character Details Shortly after the first trailer was released last month for Jurassic World, director Colin Trevorrow offered a detailed breakdown of the first footage. That breakdown revealed that Irrfan Khan's character, Masrani, is the park's new owner, whose company Masrani Global bought Jurassic Park from InGen and re-opened the attraction in 2005. During an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Irrfan Khan offered new story and character details, revealing that Masrani is rather flamboyant, but not that wise."I'm playing the park owner, a very flamboyant person.

Roberto Orci says he won't direct but still "very involved" with Star Trek 3 Last week it was rumored Roberto Orci won't be helming STAR TREK 3, and in a post on's message board (which he's done in the past), Orci confirmed he will not be directing the film, saying he "will be very involved" and he and Paramount are looking for “the right director." It was also rumored the reason why Roberto Orci... Read More...

Interview: James Gunn Talks ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Blu-ray and Franchise Future One of the biggest and most surprising films of the year, Guardians of the Galaxy, comes out on Blu-ray on Tuesday. It’s a fun occasion for Marvel fans because the studio’s Blu-rays are always so much fun. We covered some of what makes this release so cool in the past, but we also talked to James Gunn about it. Gunn is the co-writer and director of the film and, on the occasion of the Blu-ray release, we got to talk to him about the surprising success of the film.


Marvel's Ant-Man Wraps Filming

IGN Movies - Sat, 2014-12-06 23:13

Marvel's Ant-Man Wraps Filming That's a wrap on Marvel's Ant-Man. Director Peyton Reed made the announcement via Twitter (see below). The movie shot in San Francisco and Atlanta, and stars Paul Rudd as Scott Lang, Michael Douglas as Hank Pym, Evangeline Lilly as Hope Van Dyne, and Corey Stoll as Darren Cross. And that's it! Principal photography on ANT-MAN is now complete. The ants have left the building. Stay tuned... — Peyton Reed (@MrPeytonReed) December 6, 2014 Ant-Man is scheduled to hit theaters July 31, 2015. Continue reading…

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