COMIC REEL: New "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" Clip; Cast Discusses "Transformers Age of Extinction"


Comic Book Movie has posted a new "Transformers: Age of Extinction" featurette that highlights the IMAX technology used to film the sequel, with comments from Michael Bay, Lorenzo Di Bonaventura and more.

/Film spoke with the film's stars Jack Reynor and Nicola Peltz about their roles in the fourth "Transformers" film and the most current take on the franchise.

"I said before it's just these regular people and before anything happens in the film you see how they live their lives," Peltz told /Film. "I deal with normal teenager things like trying to hide my boyfriend from my dad and things like that and then you see these characters are thrown in this crazy situation and how they deal with it as normal people coming face to face with an Autobot or a Decepticon and that's just really interesting."

"There's a really nice human dynamic in the movie that anchors it I think," Reynor added. "For any of us to be in 'Transformers' is a huge thing and privilege and honor to be here, but I really love the triangle that goes on in the movie, it gives it an anchor and it's something that's very different from the previous films, so that's what's going to be the main thing that drives it in a different direction and I think it will be a lot of fun to see."

Opens June 27


Comic Book Movie has posted a very choppy clip from "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" featuring Rosario Dawson's return as Gail.

IGN has posted some new in-theater artwork for the film, which combines many images from the film's posters.

Opens August 22


The unofficial Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Film Facebook group has posted a new photo of Megan Fox as April O'Neil in the Turtles' underground lair. Check it out below.

Opens August 8


Total Film has posted a clip from the upcoming "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" that features Koba bluffing a few human troops.

Opens July 11


According to Variety, Legendary Digital Media will produce a full-length digital feature based on Capcom's "Dead Rising" video game franchise. Lorenzo di Bonaventura will executive produce a film written and produced by Tim Carter with Tomas Harlan onboard as producer. No director has been revealed. The digital feature will air on Crackle.

"'Dead Rising' has a built-in fan base and rich characters and plotlines that are ideal for digital storytelling and on target for Legendary's brand," said Legendary Digital chief Tom Lesinski. "Crackle and Content are adept at distributing cutting-edge digital content and we look forward to delivering a highly engaging and cool series for a global audience."

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