Jordan DeSaulnier

Jordan DeSaulnier

Only last week, it emerged that David Yates, the director behind the last four Harry Potter movies, decided to make a Tarzan movie for Warner Bros.  Immediately, the big question was just which hunk of muscle would don a loincloth to play Edgar Rice Burroughs' jungle hero.  The answer may already be forthcoming, as it looks like Alexander Skarsgard has emerged as the frontrunner to star in Tarzan.

Since before the sequel started production over the summer, we've known that Thor: The Dark World would find the Asgardian Avenger facing off against the villainous Dark Elves of Svartalfheim, led by Christopher Eccleston as Malekith the Accursed.  Thanks to a pair of new unofficial photos from the set, the Dark Elves themselves stand revealed in all their creepy alien glory.

Turns out Disney has been buttering us up with several weeks of little visual nuggets from Oz: The Great and Powerful, because the studio has unveiled the full theatrical trailer for this 3D fantasy adventure.

A first look at next year's The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones has arrived online, allowing potential audiences to see leading lady Lily Collins using a rune of her own creation.

After Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol reinvigorated the action franchise four movies in and grossed $694 million globally, it was obvious that Tom Cruise would once again do some vertigo-inducing stunt work in a fifth turn as Ethan Hunt.  The big question then became just who would become the fifth Mission: Impossible movie director.

Paramount Pictures and Skydance Productions may just have figured that out, as Christopher McQuarrie is reportedly the top choice to handle Mission: Impossible 5.

How about some more visual treats from Oz: The Great and Powerful, director Sam Raimi's upcoming prequel to The Wizard of Oz?  Today, we've got a third piece of poster artwork, as well as three more stills from the 3D fantasy adventure.

ABC's SHIELD pilot almost certainly won't feature any of the heavy-hitting Avengers jetting around in their bright costumes, but it will follow a group of Whedonesque agents of the premiere espionage and peacekeeping agency in Marvel's cinematic universe.  And with the addition of two new actors to the ensemble cast, almost all the major roles have been filled.

A second official one sheet for Warm Bodies has shambled online, conveying the general idea behind the movie with a dreamboat zombie offering a pretty lady flowers.

Annie Leibovitz is probably the only contemporary portrait photographer who is a household name in all manner of houses.  Leibovitz has lent her imprimatur to Les Miserables with eight new images promoting next month's cinematic adaptation of the long running stage musical, which is itself an adaptation of the novel by Victor Hugo.

As a bunch of fans already camped out would happily inform you, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 closes out the hugely profitable franchise in theaters this Friday.  So with Summit Entertainment's sparkly vampires on the way out, Open Road Films is pimping The Host the next movie based on another novel by Stephenie Meyer.

The trailer will likely be arriving online before Breaking Dawn arrives, but today, we have a theatrical one-sheet for The Host.

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