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Various sites, including Superhero Hype are linking to this video from the re-shoots (courtesy of 5mins.com)

Release date: May 28th, 2012


Dark Knight Rises Rumors (via Comic Book Movie) reports that Chris Nolan All-Star Ellen Page may appear in the film after all. They even have some curious photographic proof:

Legit or more disinformation? U-Decide! Meanwhile, Gary Oldman tells MTV News that the end "resolves" the story of the three films:

Release date: July 20th, 2012


Tom Hiddleston talks with Scotsman.com (via Comic Book Movie) about bonding with his co-stars. "We used to pull up our shirts with me saying 'Look at the size of this bruise on my hip' and then Chris Evans pulling down his trousers going, 'Dude, you think that's bad - look at my ass,'" The actors recalls. "The worst was I smashed my elbow during a tête-à-tête with Mark Ruffalo's Incredible Hulk. It really hurt." Yup, sounds like male bonding to me.

Directed by Joss Whedon & starring everybody, release date: May 4th, 2012


James McAvoy tells Collider about some ground he would like to cover in a "First Class" sequel. "[The Professor's] just been paralyzed and he's been betrayed by the person who he's probably come to care about more than anybody else in the world, and he's the guy who did it to him," he says. "That's a huge thing that we have to deal with and we need to see that. If we don't see that, I feel like it would just totally wallpaper over the fact that this guy has been completely physically compromised. That's an important thing for me."

Release date: TBA


Collider also caught up with Benedict Cumberbatch, who talks about playing Smaug in the second film:

Release date: December 13th, 2013


MTV News has a new clip from the home video release of the film in which Jason Momoa transforms from Drogo into the filmmakers' vision of Conan:

On DVD/Blu-ray: Today!


Media superstar William Shatner appeared on Piers Morgan's TV show and discussed the animosity some of his "Star Trek" co-stars harbored against him over the years. "I care that somebody in this world dislikes me. And I care that the enmity has carried over to the point of where we're talking about it," he said. "It's absolute nonsense. I mean, we're going to die. Go out the way you came in, with a little innocence. You know? It's ridiculous." Trek Movie offers more transcript and video of the actor's appearance. Meanwhile, if any of you in the great, wide Internet discover something awesome, disheartening, or just plain weird, let us know! Take credit, come up with a clever nickname, or go anonymous. The choice is yours. Fresh rumors and movie news every weekday morning. I am Erik Amaya, bracing for the future threat of a Trek overload.

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