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.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier has been shooting in Los Angeles under the faux-title Freezerburn for the last several weeks. And that means unofficial set photos.
Two weeks ago, some images from the production gave out first (blurry) looks at Cap's new Super Soldier regalia. Today, though, we have new pictures of Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson in civilian togs, along with the first look at Anthony Mackie in costume as Sam Wilson, aka The Falcon.
Agent Coulson is/was/shall forever remain the quietly heroic heart and soul of S.H.I.E.L.D., and even, to a certain extent, Marvel's shared cinematic universe.
So it's with no small amount of happiness that fans of Clark Gregg and his signature character anticipate the live-action Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. television series alongside a roster of new espionage agents. The question of just how Coulson could return after (spoiler) getting straight-up shanked through the chest by a mischievous deity, has been on everyone's mind since Gregg's involvement was announced.
Speculation has included notions both wild and mundane, from the idea that Phil returns as Vision to the concept of a digital consciousness. But according to a new rumor, Agent Coulson's resurrection might just be a whole lot simpler.
You take your eye off the Oldboy remake ball for just a minute, then you look over your shoulder and the first teaser poster is standing right behind you, holding a hammer at an angle ideal for cracking you on your vulnerable skull.
Phase 2 continues unabated.
Just weeks before Iron Man 3 hits theaters, principal photography on another Marvel Studios sequel, Captain America: The Winter Soldier has commenced in Los Angeles, California.
If Samuel L. Jackson's one-eyed, leather-wearing, superhero-wrangling Nick Fury has a boss, then someone truly formidable has to play that boss.
Luckily, Captain America: The Winter Soldier now has Robert Redford, so it's safe to say that the S.H.I.E.L.D. brass will be believably charismatic and authoritative.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier is becoming more and more crowded all the time.
The latest addition to one of Marvel Studios' four sequels in Phase 2 is a familiar, if not especially popular Marvel character: Batroc the Leaper, a French highkicker who will apparently be brought to life by Georges St-Pierre.
No less a cinematic luminary than Robert Redford is in negotiations to join Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
With Django Unchained and Inglourious Basterds, Quentin Tarantino has inserted his signature style and upended the history of both slavery in America and World War II. What if, for his next historical lark, Tarantino told a tale of bloody revenge, New Testament style?
That's the notion behind Djesus Uncrossed, a nonexistent movie which now has a trailer thanks to Saturday Night Live.
Despite previous word to the contrary from the actress herself, it sounds as though Hayley Atwell may, uh, do fondue with Captain America: The Winter Soldier after all.