Kick-Ass 2, TimeCop, Xerxes: Sept 21st Comic Reel


While Mark Millar is confident the "Kick-Ass" sequel will soon be in production, star Aaron Johnson tells Cinematical it probably won't be a quick start. "Mark Millar's very enthusiastic about it, yeah, definitely. I mean, I think he's sort of set it up for a second one, but it kind of goes through Matthew Vaughn, and what have you, and they're not going to make one any time soon ... They're going to hold off and wait for that anticipation, I suppose," said the actor.

Release date: TBA


What's Playing (via MTV News) reports Universal is planing to try the story of the cop who maintains the timelines again. "Apparently 'Time Cop 2.0' is finally inching forward. The studio have been developing the pic for four years now. Uni are envisioning a big-budget science-fiction blockbuster with a major star (despite asking for a look-in, Van Damme won't be invited back). We can expect it to be on the release calendar sometime over the next twelve to eighteen months," the write. The original was based on the Dark Horse comic of the same name.

Release date: TBA


Latino Review has a long interview with director Zack Snyder about "Legend of the Guardians." In the midst of it, he mentions the "300" follow-up will be in 3D. He also offers some plot details:

Release date: TBA


FilmShaft has the international trailer for the film:

Release date: May 13th, 2011


Ryan Reynolds tells io9 that the realities of film production will probably see him star either in "Deadpool" or "R.I.P.D.", but not both. "They're both movies I'm interested in, they're both movies that are in fast-track," he said. "I never say I'm doing a movie until I break for lunch the first day. Because it's such a crapshoot, this industry. Everything's so fickle and so contingent on so many factors, aside from just an actor. And because it has an actor, and because these films have interested directors, it's obviously likely that they'll both get made. But I think it would be more likely that only one of them gets made with me."

Release date: TBA


Collider has the complete details of the DVD and Blu-Ray packages. It will feature commentary tracks, behind the scenes documentaries, a look at the music, bloopers, and the film itself.

Starring Michael Cera and Mary Elizabeth Winstead, release date: November 9th, 2010


Ed Gross spotted a CW Connect segment with actress Cassidy Freeman:

Returns: September 24th, 2010


With that "Scott Pilgrim" Blu-Ray coming right after the release of Rock Band 3 and the Alien Blu-Ray set it's going to a be a busy media Fall ... but then again, when isn't it? 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, ready for the future threat of holiday shopping.

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