There's very few details available as of yet, but EA (who acquired the exclusive licensing rights for Star Wars earlier this month) are now moving ahead with plans for a video game from Dead Space developers Visceral as indicated by a listing for a senior designer.
With J.J. Abrams (almost) definitely unable to direct a third Star Trek movie for a 2016 release, Paramount is already reportedly searching for a replacement. Below, pick your choice to sit in the director's chair for the next big screen adventure of Captain Kirk and crew.
Entertainment vehicle designer, Harald Belker, has sent us exclusive concept art, that includes designs for a Starfleet single seater ship, an unused Klingon ship, and Oblivion. art for Jack's (Tom Cruise) futuristic foldable motorcycle.
Mike is a BIG Star Trek tv series fan (and Jay has..seen it). For that reason they had quite a few issues with many of the movies, including J.J. Abrams' first reboot. How do they feel about this new one? Check out the latest "Half In The Bag" to find out.
I recently reported that the pants worn by Mark Hamill in 'Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope' was being auctioned off and would bring in an estimated $70,000 - $100,000. Well it has been confirmed that the pants have made a lot less than originally expected. Hit the jump for more details...
While he's apparently just one of many names being considered at this early stage, Attack the Block director and Ant-Man writer Joe Cornish is the first director to be linked to the third instalment in the Star Trek franchise which J.J. Abrams will be unable to helm due to his Star Wars commitments.
The "new" World War Z poster recycles an image of Brad Pitt, but this time instead of standing on the back of a cargo plane, he is on the roof of a building and has been given a gun. Awesome!
These latest Godzilla set photos show an abandoned Japanese fishing village mangled, and another set has school children scurrying for safety. Also, the USS Alameda landing craft set was rocking back and forth with jets of water being sprayed up into the air.
Ever dream of having a life size Star Wars vehicle? How about a LEGO version? Now you can see a huge LEGO version in person at Times Square. See the photos after the jump.
Another banner for director Guillermo del Toro's highly anticipated epic Pacific Rim has gone online, featuring a familiar shot of the Gypser Danger Jaeger and a new shot of a Kaiju monster. Hit the jump to check it out.
It took three days longer than expected, but Star Trek Into Darkness has now passed $100 million domestically. However, with a Memorial Day weekend which includes the release of Fast & Furious 6 and The Hangover Part III, it won't hold on to #1 for much longer...
George Lucas' Star Wars prequels are pretty much regarded as being...not too great. But had the director stuck to his early plans for them could they have turned out better? Check out a transcript of Lucas' original pitch after the jump.
For the movie's 30th anniversary, EW reached out to Fanboys filmmaker Kyle Newman to put together a short film featuring various famous geeks reminiscing about the somewhat divisive third movie in the original Star Wars trilogy.
Once again discussing the whole Alice Eve underwear scene debate, the director of the Star Trek sequel jokes that they originally had a scene in the movie to counter it -- Benedict Cumberbatch's character taking a "shower of evil"..
The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that Universal Pictures is developing a reboot to Jean-Claude Van Damme's tour de force, Timecop(1994). Sadly, the re-imagining will not feature the Muscles from Brussels. Hit the jump to voice your opinion.
Another behind-the-scenes image from the set of Legendary Pictures' Godzilla reboot has been released, and while it's far less exciting than ones we've seen recently, it does seem to tease some interesting info for the anticipated film.
Star Trek Into Darkness co-writers Alex Kurtzman and Damon Lindelof both share their thoughts on possibly working on a Star Wars film for Disney in the near future. Additionally, Lost's Josh Holloway expresses interest in playing Han Solo.
Amidst the divided Trekkie fandom, contributing writer MovieLord101 steps forward to defend J.J. Abrams and his newest Star Trek film, while looking ahead to what Abrams' successes with Star Trek mean for the future of Star Wars! *SPOILERS INSIDE*
Godzilla (2014) continues to film in Steveston, British Columbia. And last night onlookers were able to see military personnel loading a warhead onto a San Francisco whale watching ship. Check it out!
Wright will tackle Ant-Man next, but for now check out the 2nd trailer and a new poster for the final movie in his "three flavors Cornetto trilogy"; a pretty mental looking sci-fi comedy starring and co-written by Simon Pegg and Nick Frost..
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After J.J Abrams was hired on to direct Star Wars: Episode 7 many of us thought his Star Trek days were long gone. However, back in April Abrams said not to rule him out for Star Trek 3 and here, the director reiterates the same.
Recently screenwriter Damon Lindelof Tweeted an apology of sorts for writing a scene for J.J. Abrams' Star Trek sequel in which Alice Eve's character Dr. Carol Marcus stood onscreen in her undies for a few seconds. Click on for my take on all of this.
Summit Entertainment has released a new promotional poster for the upcoming adaptation of Orson Scott Card's seminal sci-fi novel, giving us fresh looks at Asa Butterfield as Ender Wiggan and Harrison Ford as Colonel Graff. Check it out after the jump.
Learn about the interface and connection that occurs between the two pilots inside the giant "jaeger" mechas as they battle gargantuan kaiju monsters. Actor Charlie Hunnam, director Guillermo del Toro and more explain why you actually need two pilots in the first place.