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Iron Man 3, Pacific Rim, Star Trek Into Darkness: April 30th Comic Reel

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Iron Man 3, Pacific Rim, Star Trek Into Darkness: April 30th Comic Reel


“Iron Man 3” hits United States theaters this week and coverage has begun to crescendo. MTV Geek spoke with Gwyneth Paltrow about Pepper Potts’ expanded role in “Iron Man 3” and the development of her character arc.

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Movie Trailers, Movies Blog has posted an Access Hollywood interview with Don Cheadle, who spoke very briefly about whether there might be an “Iron Man 4.”

“It’s going to be determined definitely by Marvel, and if they think there’s another aspect of the story that needs to be told that wasn’t covered in the trilogy,” Cheadle said. “If there’s another way in that’s interesting.”

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Comic Book Movie spoke with Guy Pearce about his role as Aldrich Killian in the film as well as his opinion on comic book films as a medium.

Entertainment Weekly has revealed the cool wrap poster for “Iron Man 3” styled like an old pulp paperback novel. Very cool design work here.

Opens May 3


Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures has released the epic “Pacific Rim” traile shown at this year’s WonderCon in Anaheim.

Opens July 12


HeyUGuys has posted a “Star Trek Into Darkness” featurette that focuses on Simon Pegg’s character of Mr. Scott.

Opens May 17


While it was previously rumored that Tom Hiddleston was up for the lead role in “The Crow” reboot, it seems it may no longer be true. However, “True Blood” Alexander Skarsgard may be the new frontrunner for the role. The film, based on the graphic novel by James O’Barr, the most recent incarnation of the remake will be directed by F. Javier Gutierrez and written by Jesse Wigutow. Rumors have been plentiful on casting with names including Hiddleston, Skarsgard and James McAvoy.


Variety reports that video game mega-franchise “Gears of War” may finally be closer to getting a film in development. While the adaptation doesn’t yet have talent, a writer or a distributor, Scott Stuber is coming on to produce, and will develop a script with Epic Games, the series’ creator. Stuber has a first look deal with Universal.

“Gears of War” has had a rocky road to development, having been let go by New Line Cinema due to creative differences between the studio and Epic Games.


Guillermo del Toro’s “The Strain” pilot for FX announced that “Lost” alum Kevin Durand would join the adaptation of the novel written by del Toro and Chuck Hogan. Durand will play Vasily Fet, a Ukranian-American exterminator that works for the New York City Bureau of Pest Control, lending his expertise to hunting the city’s vampire invaders.


MTV has posted a new clip from the “Superman Unbound” animated film along with a video interview of Matt Bomer discussing his take on the Man of Steel and his relationship with Lois Lane.

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