Vin Diesel Tackling Three Physiques For Riddick 3

Looks like the Riddick Trilogy is coming along just fine. For the past few months, franchise star Vin Diesel has been dropping hints consistently on his Facebook page about the third film, and his latest update touches on his proposed physical look for the film: “So the director of Riddick, my partner on COR since … Continue reading

New Monsters Film Trailer Continues To Amaze Us

We peeped the teaser before, but this new trailer for the upcoming “Monsters” film still has us intrigued. Will it be our answer to “Cloverfield”? Could be!

Robert Rodriguez Confirms Predators Sequel

It didn’t pull in big numbers like “Aliens vs Predator,” but “Predators” did well enough to get the sequel treatment. At least that’s what producer Robert Rodriguez discussed with fans at Comic-Con 2010. Here’s what the “Sin City” director had to say about 20th Century Fox’s decision:

Star Trek II Production Lifts Off in 2011

At the premier for the new slapstick comedy “Dinner for Schmucks,” “Star Trek” actor Bruce Greenwood caught up with and mentioned that principal photography for “Star Trek 2” will begin this January. With no other details to spill, Greenwood was asked about his character, Christopher Pike, returning for the sequel, which he replied, “I … Continue reading

Predators Clip, “It’s Here”


Predators Clip, “Over Here”

“Want some Candy?” Opps, wrong Predator film. These clips get better and better.

Men in Black 3 Teaser

Shameless promotion at it’s finest. We still can’t figure which plug is worst: MIB 3-D or Sony as a whole.

Predators Character Posters

Looks like we might have two survivors here. Call it a hunch. Predators is beaming it’s infrared July 9th. Check out the trailer if you haven’t caught up on Robert Rodriguez pet project.

Are We Curious for New Riddick Concept Art?

Yes we is. Collider got the hook-up. Here’s a glimpse of what could possible be Vin Diesel’s latest adventure, Chronicles of Riddick: Dead Man Stalking.

AVP: Redemption Fan-Made Film

Isn’t it funny how fan-made trailers put Hollywood adaptations to shame. Here’s the proof. Filmmaker Alex A. Popov spent two years and supposedly $500 to create his own film installment in the Aliens Vs. Predator franchise. This is some really impressive work. 20th Century Fox…take notes.

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