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As we reported yesterday here at CBR, Entertainment Tonight has the first behind the scenes footage of the film. Luckily, they made it embeddable:

Starring Chris Hemsworth, release date: May 6th, 2011


We also have a gallery of Jonah Hex photos, including this shot of explodey goodness:

They look pretty slick. I should have a review of the film ready for you next week.

Release date: June 18th, 2010


Director Edgar Wright discusses test screenings and fine tuning the film with MTV News:

Meanwhile, our pals at Spinoff Online obtained nice clean images of the Evil Exes:

Starring Michael Cera and Mary Elizabeth Winstead, release date: August 13th 2010


IESB notes this casual reference to the production schedule in Geoff Boucher's plug for Christopher Nolan appearance at the Hero Complex Film Festival: "I plan to ask him about the third Batman film, which starts shooting in March," writes Boucher. While not an earth-shattering piece of news, it does give us a rough timetable for casting announcements and the like.

Release date: July 20th, 2012


Producers Richard Suckle and Ted Koplar tell MTV News that plans for a film based on "Voltron: Defender of the Universe" are still alive. "We've had a lot of interest over the last couple of years in bringing back this franchise, and the movie has always been and still is the locomotive that's driving our thinking," says Koplar. " As a matter of fact, we've been working over the last several months meeting with various screenwriters, and we're actually on the cusp of securing an A-level screenwriter who's going to write the 'Voltron' movie," adds Suckle. He goes on to hint at what they're looking for in terms of story. "As much as it has a very strong robot element, this is a movie and a franchise that is driven by characters -- these five people that in some or another are a representation of all of us. It's really about how you have five different personalities working together in order to come together to form Voltron," the producer explained.

Release date: TBA


Turns out Vincent Natali -- the director of "Splice" -- wasn't just idly talking about how to make "Neuromancer" into a film awhile back. Marketwatch reports he will in fact direct the picture. Considering his pedigree, Natali might just be the man to bring this story to the screen. Well, maybe ... "Neuromancer" has defeated every director who tried to take it on.

Release date: TBA


AMC's official "Walking Dead" blog officially released the first official photo from the production, officially. The previous zombie images from the series were, in fact, make up tests. This is our first real look at the Walkers:

I guess it's more of a crawler in this instance. The blog also has a video about the show's special Zombie School for undead extras:

Airdate: October


Friday means Doctor Who clips from doctorwhotv.co.uk. This week's episode is called "The Lodger."

Airs: Saturday in the UK, June 26th in the States


After a strange, off-kilter week, there will be no rum drinks or Loverboy tracks for me. This weekend will be for productivity! Well ... maybe some bowling or minigolf as well, but mostly productivity in the form of some stories you'll see here next week. 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 sleep deprivation.

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