It’s due out on March 6, 2015.
This science fiction epic comes from “Tron: Legacy” director Joseph Kosinski.
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“The Desolation of Smaug” doesn’t come out until Dec. 13, 2013.
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The film comes out on March 29.
Regular screenings of “The Hobbit” will show a “Star Trek Into Darkness” trailer instead.
It’s also the first official image of Bard the Bowman.
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Robert Rodriguez needed to find someone else to play Manute after Duncan passed away in September.
“You won’t be able to make it without us,” Aykroyd says of the long-planned sequel.
Wiig is reportedly being courted for a role.
Jesse Wigutow is currently in negotiations to work on the script for the movie.
“Star Trek Into Darkness” is due out on May 17.
“I wouldn’t want people to think we’re doing for Superman what we did for Batman,” Nolan said.
“The relationship between [Harrison] and Asa was very close, but he didn’t overly befriend him off the set,” director Gavin Hood said.
“I could never see Bourne teaming up with anyone,” he says.
“Pacific Rim” doesn’t come out until July 17, 2013.
The movie will act as the closing night film at Sundance.
He has co-written the script and also plans to star in and direct the film.
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“Man of Steel” is due out on June 14, 2013.
Marc Webb made the casting announcement on his personal Twitter page.
Ryan Reynolds is still on board as Connor MacLeod, though.
Smaug the dragon is voiced in the film by Benedict Cumberbatch.