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Not so fast -- actor Ron Perlman told Sci Fi Wire that people shouldn't hold their breaths.  "Hellboy 3 ... Guillermo has turned his attention to the 'Hobbit' movies," del Toro said. "I can't tell you yet whether I'll have any place in the Hobbit movies or not. 'Hellboy 3,' I think it's a little premature for discussions on that."

No release date announced.


Superhero Hype reports that actor/screenwriter Kevin Grevioux ("Underworld") will reteam with director Patrick Tatopoulos to adapt Grevioux' Darkstorm project.  The project will be produced by Robert Sanchez and Chris Patton for Death Ray Films.  Grevioux was also the subject of an interview at Shock Till You Drop, speaking about the details.  "I want a bigger guy, anywhere from 6'2" to 6'6", a tad bit intimidating," Grevioux said of his casting desires, "someone who could act obviously, has a witty banter about him, but this is not going to be a comedy, this is a straight-forward action film that's really going to raise eyebrows. So any actor that could pull that off, and there are many, I think would be a good choice."  

No release date announced.


Latino Revenge has screen shots from the video game based on the film, while director Michael Bay made a post on his message board talking about how much Steven Spielberg liked the rough cut of the film.  "Steven Spielberg sat next to me in a big 100 person theater at Sony today," Bay said. "There were 98 empty seats. The lights came up after we just watched my cut of 'Revenge of the Fallen.' He turned to me and said 'It's awesome.'"

Starring Shia Lebeouf, release date: June 24, 2009.


Back to the realm of heavy metal, director Jon Favreau made some more notes in his Twitter that he's "In the workshop. Exploring new Stark tech" and happy with the filming.  "Robert was on fire. We're hitting our stride."

Release date: May 7, 2010.


It's a snowy day on set, based on this new picture from director Edgar Wright.

Starring Michael Cera, release date: 2010.


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