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Tom Hiddleston Sails for 'Skull Island'

11:37 AM 9/16/2014 by Jeff Giles
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No one was quite sure what to think when Legendary announced it was working on a King Kong origin picture before it had much of anyone attached to actually make the movie happen, but Skull Island seems to be coming together quickly: the studio has lined up a director (Jordan Vogt-Roberts, The Kings of Summer), a screenwriter (Godzilla vet Max Borenstein), and now a star for its cast.

Matthew McConaughey explores icy planet in new poster for Interstellar For the November issue of Empire, director Christopher Nolan helped pick out an image from his INTERSTELLAR for the cover. Apparently Nolan liked the picture quite a bit, because it's also the latest poster for his upcoming film. You can check out the poster and Empire cover below, and to me it looks like they could have been from Ridley Scott's PROMETHEUS, although it's probably only... Read More...

This Week in Blu-ray / DVD Releases: Godzilla, The Fault in Our Stars, Arrow This week: Godzilla roars back, Leatherface revs up for his 40th, and fighting itchy eyes with The Fault in Our Stars. ► GODZILLA really was the summer’s misfit blockbuster, refusing to go the ‘Transformers’ route and puke out two hours of CGI monster fights. It was a strangely muted, surprisingly somber remake which... Read More...

Obi-Wan Kenobi Spin-off Possibly in the Works; New STAR WARS: EPISODE VII Rumors Revealed While our attention is mainly on Star Wars: Episode VII (as it should be), we have to keep in mind that in addition to the sequels, we’re also getting spin-offs.  Personally, I wish these spin-offs would expand the universe with new characters and new worlds, but early rumors indicate that the focus will be on established characters such as Han Solo, Boba Fett, and Yoda.  Now another spin-off rumor has surfaced, and it claims that an Obi-Wan Kenobi will have his own movie.  “For the spin-off movies they were initially going to stay away from any Jedi or Sith characters,” reports Making Star Wa

James Gunn Spills Details on a ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Deleted Scene Guardians of the Galaxy already involves more dancing to classic rock than all of the other Marvel movies combined. However, it seems there was yet another musical moment that wound up on the cutting room floor. Director James Gunn spilled the details on a Guardians of the Galaxy deleted scene showing a prison guard (played by Spencer Wilding) giving in to the awesomeness of ’70s Scottish band Pilot.

New Report Claims That Obi-Wan Kenobi Will Feature In His Own STAR WARS Spin-Off Making Star Wars have, well, been making a name for themselves lately with some pretty interesting scoops and set photos. A new report over on the site might just be the most intiguing yet however as their source has been in touch to tell them the following. "I’ve heard from quite a few people now that an Obi-Wan Kenobi movie is in the works. For the spin-off movies they were initially going to stay away from any Jedi or Sith characters.

BOX OFFICE: GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Hits $300M Domestic; $600M Worldwide According to The Wrap (who cite Disney as an official source on this news), Guardians of the Galaxy has now reached two more box office milestones by hitting the $300 million mark both domestically and overseas. It's the highest grossing release of 2014 in North America, topping fellow Marvel Studios release Captain America: The Winter Soldier ($259.7 million) and another release starring Chris Pratt, The LEGO Movie ($257.7 million).

'The Inquisitor' Shows Off Some Epic Lightsaber Skills In New STAR WARS REBELS Clip "Star Wars Rebels" continues the epic tradition of the legendary Star Wars saga with all-new exciting, action-packed adventures. It is a dark time in the galaxy, as the evil Galactic Empire tightens its grip of power from world to world. As the series begins, Imperial forces have occupied a remote planet, ruling with an iron fist and ruining the lives of its people. The clever and motley crew of the starship Ghost is amongst a select few who are brave enough to stand against the Empire.

‘Star Wars: Episode 7′ Aerial Set Photos Reveal More Starfighters When it comes to a sprawling space opera franchise like Star Wars, the spacecraft that the characters use to travel in are practically characters in their own right. Filming on Disney’s first entry in the series, Star Wars: Episode VII, has been ongoing for several months now, and in that time we’ve seen plenty of glimpses of the spacecraft that will be appearing in the next chapter of the Star Wars story. Director J.J.

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