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Rumor: Jena Malone to play Robin in Batman V Superman – Set visits provide a good source for rumors, but don't necessarily amount to much in the endgame. For example,Kevin Smith was fortunate enough to drop by the set of J.J. Abrams' STAR WARS: EPISODE VII, but I somehow doubt we're going to see that image of a portly Stormtrooper running after the good guys. 5 days 5 hours ago via theothersenhman

COMICS: He's Baaaaack! 'The Joker' Returns On Greg Capullo's BATMAN #36 Cover In a lengthy interview with Newsarama, Batman writer Scott Snyder has once again said that the "Endgame" arc will be the last we see of The Joker in his run (though he is open to revisiting the iconic villain again somewhere down the line). "I don't want to say that I'll never revisit him. I feel like everyone does that. They're like that rock band that says "We'll never get back together! We're done!" And then ten years later they're on a reunion tour.

'Star Wars 7' Wraps Filming in 3 Weeks LucasFilm head and Star Wars: Episode VII producer Kathleen Kennedy attended the grand opening of Industrial Light and Magic's new London facility, where post-production work will take place for the highly-anticipated sequel. The producer revealed at the opening that there are just three weeks left of shooting on Star Wars: Episode VII. Here's what she had to say during yesterday's event."(It's) quite remarkable standing here within three weeks of finishing filming on Star Wars: Episode VII.

Moby Dick Attacks Chris Hemsworth and Crew in ‘In the Heart of the Sea’ Trailer (Video) Chris Hemsworth and his crew of sailors on an 1820 expedition on the ship Essex fall under attack by a sperm whale miles away from land, in the new trailer for Ron Howard‘s upcoming “In the Heart of the Sea.” See video: ‘Foxcatcher’ Trailer: Steve Carell Pushes Channing Tatum and Mark Ruffalo Apart “We were headed for the edge of sanity,” Hemsworth's character Owen Chase says in the teaser video, released Thursday by Warner Bros.


Kathleen Kennedy Says STAR WARS: EPISODE VII Within Three Weeks of Finishing Filming – Industrial Light and Magic just celebrated the opening of its very first studio in the UK in preparation for post-production on Star Wars: Episode VII and during the event, Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy offered a brief status update on the production. Apparently there’s only three more weeks left of shooting and from there, the new ILM location will begin working on visual and special effects for the film.

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We already know what the logo for his company (although Corey Stoll's Darren Cross will apparently take over Pym Technologies in the film) will look like, and now The Daily Mail has the first look at the man himself, Dr. Hank Pym (Michael Douglas). Douglas was filming for ANT-MAN earlier this week, and he also gave his kids a tour of the set, which is why there's a blurry spot on one of the pictures. Last month... Read More...

‘Independence Day 2′, ‘Hitman: Agent 47′, and More Get New Release Dates A handful of major studios, including 20th Century Fox, Paramount Pictures, and The Weinstein Company, have shuffled around their upcoming film slate a bit, setting new dates for such noteworthy projects as the sequels Independence Day 2 and Hot Tub Time Machine 2; the action series reboots Hitman: Agent 47 and The Transporter Legacy; and a few other miscellaneous projects, on the side. First up, Fox has moved Independence Day 2 up a week to June 24th, 2016.

‘Hot Tub Time Machine 2' Bumped From Christmas Day to 2015 Paramount has moved back “Hot Tub Time Machine” from this Christmas to Feb. 20, 2015. It's a wise move by Paramount, which not only has its hands full this awards season, but steers clear of Sony's James Franco-Seth Rogen comedy “The Interview,” which recently moved to Christmas Day from its original October release date. The day Sony moved “The Interview” to Christmas Day, TheWrap asked Paramount if it has plans to shift the “Hot Tub Time Machine” sequel, though a studio spokesperson said it did not.


BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE to Film in New Mexico – Thanks to some digging by Batman News we now know that Deming, New Mexico will serve as the replacement location for the production that would have taken place in Africa. Initially, Henry Cavill news found through the New Mexico Film Office website that Warner Bros. was looking for extras back in September.

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