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Sure, you can't see the movie yet, but that doesn't mean that it hasn't opened internationally. According to The Hollywood Reporter, things are going well in non-US countries. "Playing in only two key foreign markets, Paramount's 'Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen' from director Michael Bay nonetheless premiered at No. 1 on the international circuit during the weekend, rolling up $20 million from 846 locations. The sci-fi action sequel to 'Transformers,' Bay's 2007 smash that grossed $389 million overseas, opened at No. 1 in the U.K. ($14.1 million from 517 screens) and Japan ($5.8 million from 329 sites)."

Superhero Hype also has a transcript of an interview from a Moscow press conference, where Michael Bay spilled the beans on the difference IMAX makes. "It has probably about a minute more of footage," Bay said. "It has some more fighting footage that takes place in the forest. There's some additional stuff with Devastator. I have not seen it yet in IMAX. How does it look?"

There's also a new clip at IGN and another extended clip floating around YouTube.

How about the new images at Sci Fi Wire?

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


Actress Megan Fox is quoted at Sci Fi Wire talking about her role in the DC adaptation. "It's pretty serious," Fox said. "It's the most serious thing I've done so far."

Starring Josh Brolin, release date: August 6, 2010.


A scooper wrote Superhero Hype with a tidbit from this weekend's Wizard World Philly. "During a Q&A with Ted Raimi and Michael Papajohn at Wizard World Philadelphia today, Papajohn (aka the carjacker/original killer of Uncle Ben from the 'Spider-Man' films) said that he would be reprising his role for 'Spider-Man 4.' He then proceeded to say if he told us what his role entailed, he'd have to kill us."

Starring Tobey Maguire, release date: May 6, 2011.


Remember on Friday when a source as prestigious as the Hollywood Reporter said that actor Roland Kickinger was taking on the role of Cimmeria's finest? Latino Review says nein. "I have a super solid source at both Lionsgate and Millenium and they laughed their @$$es off!" Hm.

No release date announced.


There's a new trailer at Superhero Hype.

Starring Dennis Quaid, release date: August 7, 2009.


ICv2 is noting that French websites are noting that actress Jessica Alba has optioned the series of graphic novels.

No release date announced.


In addition to the regular batch of set photos, this week there's a new video blog.

Starring Michael Cera and Chris Evans, release date: 2010.


IGN has new images from the manga adaptation.

Starring Kristen Bell and Nicolas Cage, release date: October 23, 2009.


Screenwriter David Goyer talked to Superhero Hype about which mutant minded movies might be in the pipeline after "Deadpool" and "Wolverine" get a break. Discussing the Master of Magnetism, he said, "There have been some preliminary discussions. I think, at Fox, they're trying to decide if making a young X-Men film makes the most sense next, does making a 'Magneto' make the most sense next. They're just trying to decide internally who's next up."

No release date announced.


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