Next up from SDDCC we have an officially released pic from the Legendary Pictures booth: A first glimpse of the title logo for Duncan Jones' upcoming video game adaptation, Warcraft. There's also a pic of some weaponry from the movie. Check it out after the jump.
Director Robert Rodriguez has just Tweeted out this SDCC Exclusive poster for his Sin City sequel, giving us another look at Dennis Haysbert (replacing the late Michael Clarke Duncan) as the "lethal bodyguard", Manute.
Lionsgate has just released a pretty cool looking poster for the third Hunger Games flick. It doesn't feature Katniss or any of the other main characters (they'll save all of that for Comic-Com), but a Panem Peacekeeper. Take a look after the jump.
As SDCC approaches, THR has put together a special geek-tacular issue featuring current fan-favorite stars Zoe Saldana (GOTG), Nathan Fillion (Serenity), Grace Park and Katee Sackhoff (Battlestar Galactica posing as some very familiar faces.
"The Defining Chapter". Warner Bros. has released the very first awesome one-sheet for the final installment in Peter Jackson's The Hobbit trilogy, and it features Bard (Luke Evans) taking a stand against the might of Smaug "the Magnificent".
There's nothing concrete on this yet (though we might get something official at SDCC) but the rumor mill has pointed us to lovely former Lost actress Tania Raymonde, and newcomer Nell Tiger Free for a couple of major roles in the fifth season of HBO's fantasy drama series.
Along with our new Doctor (Peter Capaldi) and Clara (Jenna Coleman), SFX's five special covers feature the rest of his not quite so human looking companions, Strax, Jenny and Madame Vastra. Check them out after the jump.
Although Hulk won't be getting relaunched with a new issue #1 along with the likes of Thor and Iron Man, Bruce Banner is in for some very big changes when Marvel's "Avengers NOW!" initiative kicks in. We also have some new female Thor and Superior Iron Man artwork.
The Marvel space adventure is almost upon us, but if you fancy another taster before its release you can check out this clip which sees Drax (Bautista) about to do away with Gamora (Zoe Saldana), until Star Lord (Chris Pratt) intervenes to hilarious effect.
The last image from Peter Jackson's final installment in his The Hobbit trilogy featured Bard "the Bowman" (Luke Evans) and Gandalf (Ian McKellen), and this new one once again spotlights the Grey Pilgrim; this time in conversation with Thranduil (Lee Pace).
Badass Digest are back with another bit of Star Wars info, this time pertaining to Game Of Thrones fave Gwendoline Christie's role in the currently shooting movie. Click on for more, but beware of possible character SPOILERS.
It looks like we're gonna be inundated with TMNT promotion in the lead up to the movie's release, but this latest extended look at the Michael Bay produced reboot does contain quite a few new shots of the Turtles coming to the rescue of April and Vernon.
We're only a week away from the official release, and the Guardians Of The Galaxy Facebook page has posted a look at this special SDCC poster for the movie, which will be given away free on the convention floor over the weekend.
In anticipation of the first trailer at SDCC, The Capitol Couture website has released a couple of slightly unnerving living portraits (basically motion posters) of both Peeta Mellark (Josh Hutcherson) and Johanna Mason (Jena Malone). Take a look after the jump.
The rapidly ageing Nick Fury may not have very much time left, but that doesn't mean he won't use his very last breath to protect the Marvel Universe...even if it means going through The Avengers! Preview next month's penultimate issue of Jason Aaron's Original Sin after the jump.
I think it's safe to say that what we've seen from the Michael Bay produced Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot has gone some way to placating even the most rabid fans. Now, after the jump you can see a few more snippets of new footage in this latest tv ad.
The author is planning to release a comic book sequel to his 1996 novel (and David Fincher's excellent 1999 movie adaptation) next year. Fight Club 2 will be a 10-issue Dark Horse Comics maxiseries illustrated by Cameron Stewart. More details and some promo art after the jump.
According to The Wrap, Idris Elba (Thor) is set to reunite with his Rocknrolla director Guy Ritchie for Warner Bros.' big-screen King Arthur flick, which now also has a full title. Find out who he'll be playing after the jump.
Hit the jump to take a look at the first tv spot for Robert Rodriguez's sequel to Sin City, which features a few snippets of new footage of the likes of Marv (Mickey Rourke), Dwight (Josh Brolin), Johnny (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) and Nancy (Jessica Alba) in action.
We had a teaser of Michonne in cuffs earlier, and now the full Comic Con poster for the upcoming fifth season of AMC's The Walking Dead sees her joined by a few familiar faces in equally precarious positions. Take a look..
We've been hearing quite a bit about Gotham today, and now you can see some more new footage as Fox have just released three tv ads for their upcoming Batman prequel series. Take a look after the jump.
We know where this story ultimately ends up, but what can we expect to see along the way? In an in-depth interview with The Playlist, Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes director Matt Reeves gives us an idea of what we could see in the next installment..
This first international spot for the Michael Bay produced TMNT reboot features a bit of new footage. Although you probably won't understand what they're saying, it seems to contain the scene in which the boys discover that their shells are bullet proof! Take a look..
Fans have wondered if and when we'd see Namor, the Sub-Mariner up on the big screen alongside the likes of Cap, Thor and Iron Man..but rumors persisted that the rights were actually owned by Universal/Legendary. While speaking to IGN Kevin Feige sets things straight..
Matt Reeves' follow up to ROTPOTA has been out stateside for a week or so, but it only hits UK/Ireland theaters tomorrow. So for our readers from that neck of the woods, you can find out what your friendly neighborhood Rormachine thought of the film after the jump.