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More than a year and a half after pulling the plug on a live-action Akira remake, Warner Bros. has resurrected the project, and is even bringing back director Jaume Collet-Serra, who abandoned Akira in the early days of 2012.
Director Matt Reeves is exceedingly busy trying to get Dawn of the Planet of the Apes ready for its July 18, 2014 release date.
Nonetheless, he's taking the time to update us on the status of his sequel to Rise of the Planet of the Apes, giving a sense of what to expect at Comic-Con, where his prequel-sequel takes place, Caesar's emotional journey, and advances in Weta's motion-capture approach.
Alfred will be firing up Wayne Manor's armor-plated Blu-ray player on September 24th.
That's when Batman's latest three theatrical adventures hit shelves together for the first time in a super-deluxe ULTIMATE COLLECTOR'S EDITION.™
That's right, the swank presentation of Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight Trilogy that we all knew was coming is indeed inbound. Now Warner Bros. has officially announced the street date, as well as a rundown of the special features, artwork, assorted goodies, and even a suggested retail price for Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, and The Dark Knight Rises.
Film fans already know that, as a studio, Relativity Media is synonymous with innovation and creativity.
Now, Relativity Sports is bringing those qualities to the next generation of sport, changing the game at Major League Gaming Spring Championship this weekend. With Los Angeles Lakers sensation Dwight Howard leading the charge, the second event of MLG's annual tournament circuit will see a roster of phenomenal athletes facing off against some of the best gamers on the planet and participating in a variety of events.
"In a war between kings, even a pawn can change the game."
So declares the first theatrical one sheet for Paranoia, a unique thriller that follows a white knuckle battle of wills and wits between two titans of modern industry, with one ordinary man trapped between them.
Consider this Lifestyles of the Rich and Dangerous.
Relativity Media has pulled back the curtain on this summer's Paranoia, revealing the first trailer for the thriller, a tale of corporate espionage starring Liam Hemsworth, Harrison Ford, and Gary Oldman.
A new still from this August's Paranoia shows Liam Hemsworth looking very relaxed. But rest assured, the film isn't all poolside recreation.
In fact, Paranoia is a taut, white-knuckle corporate espionage thriller in which Hemsworth's character finds himself in a high stakes game between two captains of industry, played by living movie legends Harrison Ford and Gary Oldman.
Unofficial pictures from the set have been our primary means of gathering information on next year's remake of Paul Verhoeven's brilliant 1987 satire RoboCop. Since production on the remake wrapped up many moons ago, then, we haven't seen much from the new RoboCop.
But with some pickup shooting now underway, we have some more good looks at Joel Kinnaman in the redesigned RoboSuit, along with his trusty RoboCycle and, in the tradition of Verhoeven's hero, a ridiculously big gun.
Though the prequel-sequel has been shooting for around a month, 20th Century Fox has decided that now is the time to blow the doors off Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.
The first official look behind the scenes has hit, showing off both the human and ape leads in the follow-up to 2011's Rise of the Planet of the Apes. That's in addition to an up-to-date official synopsis and even a nugget of casting news.
Judy Greer is a phenomenally talented actress, a beautiful woman with surgical comedic instincts.
She'll be putting those instincts to use in her first major motion-capture role as Cornelia, the lead female chimpanzee in next year's Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.