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Thor Footage Now Floating Around the Web

Thor Footage Now Floating Around the Web

If you're holding your hammers in anticipation of the Thor film adaptation, then you're in luck - a set visit by Entertainment Tonight has revealed many parts of the film in all their glory. Thor is based around the Marvel comic depicting none other than the god himself - hammer in hand, bearded, and...

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Mr. T: A-Team film is "too graphic"

Mr. T: A-Team film is "too graphic"

It seems as though the big fellow famous for bringing the phrases "hella far" and "I pity the fool", has indeed pitied the fools responsible for the A-Team film, as he feels the graphic nature of the content does go, well, hella far. After seeing the film we've spoken about on the site quite a bit already...

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Indiana Jones heading into the Bermuda Triangle?

Indiana Jones heading into the Bermuda Triangle?

Indiana Jones has had many adventures, and four of them have been documented on the silver screen, thus far. Of course, we're talking about the great original trilogy, and the Marmite film that was The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Now there's potentially another chapter in Indy's life story - an adventure into...

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The Preacher coming to the silver screen

The Preacher coming to the silver screen

It seems everyone's comic is currently being made into a film, from Kick-Ass and X-Men to Dilbert and Garfield. Now, however, we take a turn towards the wonderful writing of Garth Ennis, Steve Dillion and their comic-book-baby The Preacher. Speaking to superherohype.com in an exclusive interview with...

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Steven Seagal films linked to Cumbria Shootings?

Steven Seagal films linked to Cumbria Shootings?

Steven Seagal has long been known for the run-and-gun aspects of his cinematic career, and this has been something celebrated by action fans around the world. However, when the light of a tragedy swings round to focus on something only made for entertainment purposes, does it still remain as innocent? The...

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The A Team – what you need to know

The A Team – what you need to know

The new-look A-Team has debuted at the première of the film, and although the original B.A. Baracus is crying into a beer and a pile of Snickers bars somewhere in Hollywood, the film seems set to be one of the first summer blockbusters. We thought we'd answer a few burning questions about the remake. So,...

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Gulliver's Travels trailer now online

If you're after a visual example of what Jack Black's new role as a man finding himself in a variety of odd, threatening and, to some extent, humorous circumstances in the new Gulliver's Travels, then you're in luck. We have the trailer embedded below for you, and as you can see, it's not quite the original...

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Crow remake starts filming this year

The film haunted by death (some on-screen, some off...) more than most, save the ever-creepy Poltergeist, was The Crow. Charting the course of a murdered rock musician, the remake of the original comic book adapation will begin filming this year, sparking interest from many a comic fan. It's not the ideal...

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Del Toro Quits The Hobbit

I know. It's just horrendous, isn't it? Not only will Peter Jackson (if you're a Ring-fan that's Our Lord and Saviour, to you) not be taking the helm, but now neither will the director of Pan's Labyrinth and the Hellboy film adaptations. Crushing news for anyone looking forward to a Bilbo Baggins with a penchant...

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James McAvoy to play Professor Xavier in X-Men: First Class

Anyone looking forward to Matthew Vaughn's X-Men: First Class may have to prepare themselves for a slight shock: Patrick Stewart will definitely not be reprising his role as a young Xavier. Understandably this had to be the case, but James McAvoy's casting as the new soon-to-be-bald psychic mutant has stirred the...

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