Paramount Pictures News
ign.com – Fans of the G.I. Joe franchise were likely pleased by the news that Paramount Pictures had decided to move forward with a third installment following G.I. Joe: Retaliation’s impressive $132 million worldwide box-office debut. Other than the studios reported determination to shoot G.I. Joe 3 in 3D, details about the film are, understandably, few. 3 weeks 5 days ago via theothersenhman
comingsoon.net – A Japanese trailer for Star Trek Into Darkness is now online, courtesy of TrekMovie . Check it out in the player below along with a new still that gives an up-close look at the film's Dreadnought-class Federation warship (as seen in the recent CinemaCon footage ). 3 weeks 6 days ago via brucelee
thewrap.com – Mike Nichols is in talks to direct "One Last Thing Before I Go" for J.J. Abrams and Paramount, according to multiple individuals with knowledge of the project. The film would be Nichols' first since "Charlie Wilson's War," which opened in 2007 and is one of two films the director of "The Graduate" and "The Birdcage" has made over the past decade. 3 weeks 6 days ago via jetli
7:57 AM 4/23/2013 by Jeff Giles
One of Thor's unexpected pleasures was just how disarmingly funny it managed to be, while still making plenty of room for the straight-faced epic adventure the comic is known for. Given its title, we've been expecting something a bit grimmer from the upcoming sequel, Thor: The Dark World -- and those expectations have been confirmed by the movie's first trailer.
moviesblog.mtv.com – If one of your complaints about "Transformers: Dark of the Moon" is that it ran way, way too long, then you're in luck with "Transformers 4." Michael Bay has confirmed that his new movie—and his last "Transformers" film for real this time—will run about half an hour shorter than the previous installment in the franchise. 4 weeks 15 hours ago via theothersenhman
11:57 AM 4/22/2013 by Jeff Giles
Ever since J.J. Abrams debuted that blink-and-you'll-miss-it clip of Spock in a volcano, we've been wondering how Star Trek Into Darkness would place our favorite Vulcan into seemingly intractable peril. Well, Paramount has just released the first extended clip from the movie, and while it doesn't get into any of that, it does at least give us a longer look at Abrams' Trek sequel -- and of, you know, Spock in a volcano.
fb.indiewire.com – This week, Michael Bay is going indie -- kinda -- with "Pain & Gain," his first non-"Transformers" movie in quite some time. And it seems theater owners aren't too happy about it. At last week's CinemaCon, Deadline revealed that after seeing the completed movie, some theater folks complained it was "too long and too gory" and that the comedy and hard violence didn't come together. 4 weeks 16 hours ago via jetli
screenrant.com – The U.S.S. Enterprise and her crew return to theaters after a four-year absence in next month’s Star Trek Into Darkness, and today we get our first proper look at a scene in the film that does NOT include an appearance by Benedict Cumberbatch as the bravado antagonist “John Harrison.” One of the images (or, rather, the only semi-official set photo) released from the Into Darkness production suggested a scenario where Spock (Zachary Quinto) takes a trip into the belly of a fiery beast 4 weeks 17 hours ago via brucelee