Thor grossed $437 million worldwide, and Marvel Studios has a public mandate to release two movies a year. 

In 2011 it was Thor and the upcoming Captain America: The First Avenger

In 2013 it will be the superhero team-up The Avengers with no second release yet announced.

In 2013 we’ll get Iron Man 3 on May 3rd and Thor 2 later that Summer.

Walt Disney Pictures confirms.
The Avengers 2 is in the works as well as a Nick Fury film. 

At the moment we have the following either released, pre-production, or planned:

The Incredible Hulk
Iron Man
Iron Man 2
Iron Man 3
Thor 2
Captain America
Captain America 2
The Avengers
The Avengers 2
Nick Fury

There are also talks about a HawkEye, Hulk 2, and some other minor character spinoffs. 

"The concept was to have a large, creepy building where each floor served as a ring of hell, and Satan was in a chest freezer in the basement morgue. The concept was vague and lacked a clear protagonist and antagonist (hell is a force of antagonism, not an an antagonist itself), and by nature The Inferno was a passive, observational story, but something about it felt right. Can't really tell you why, but it did. After many days of soul searching, I decided, for better or worse, that this was the story I was going to pursue."

Sridhar Reddy has been in post-production on this indie horror film entitled Lilith for a number of months now. No release date is official.

Some Mythological Backstory
"Lilith is the first woman according to theological writings...both Adam and Lilith where made from sand or clay and where equals. She did not piss off god...she pissed off Adam as she refused to be subservient to him. Adam wanted someone that would be more dependent on him...and so asked god to banish her and he got a replacement wife made from his rib.
Lilith was then banished, and often seen as a negative creature/person...but in christian theology there is no basis for that. In Mesopotamian theology Lilith was often portrayed as a succubus type creature that would try to prey on Adam and Eve's children..and this is pretty much where our modern understanding of her as a bad guy comes from."
Screen Junkies got a chance to talk to Captain America: The First Avenger co-writer Stephen McFeely about a possible sequel. Here are some highlights from the conversation:

Q: We know he comes into modern day for The Avengers, but is there room to go back to WWII?

SM: Well, our hope is that there is room and we’re negotiating how to do that now. The story will likely be in the present day. We’re experimenting with flashback elements for more period World War II stuff. I can’t say much more than that but we made it baggy enough to refer to more stories in the past.

Q: So you left gaps in Captain America 1 where you can always say something else was going on back then?

SM: Absolutely. He had more adventures than just the one you’re going to see in the movie.

Q: Do you know who the villain of Captain America 2 would be?

SM: It’s undetermined. I will pass that question, how about that?

Q: When would you be scheduled to work on a sequel?

SM: We’ve already made the deal so I was at Marvel last week. We’re talking and passing stuff back and forth all the time. They just sent me a big PDF file of comics.

Brandon Lee was the best Crow
The Crow remake has picked up some momentum and is quickly getting into gear. 

First Relativity Media announced that 28 Weeks Later director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo would be directing. 
Then came the cringe-worthy news of who would be starring as Eric Draven, Brandon Lee's break-out and final role, Bradley Cooper (The Hangover: Part II and Limitless)

Today Relativity Media's posted a press release excitedly announcing their new screenwriter: Alex Tse, who wrote Zack Snyder's adaptation of The Watchmen along with David Hayter.


The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters' Seth Gordon, Deadline reported, is signed onto direct.

My theory in the idea behind this remake is the popular taboo of hacking. War Games followed a young Matthew Broderick and his hacking skills go head-to-head with a self-supported AI system computer that had the control to destroy the world with nuclear holocaust. 

The film is a classic that is in the same "hacking/hipster" clic as "Hackers."


Entertainment Weekly has published three new photos from "The Hobbit" films.
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is scheduled to hit theaters on December 14, 2012 while The Hobbit: There and Back Again is coming on December 13, 2013.
Now calm down fan-boys and girls. I am a die-hard Saints fanatic and I will stand behind Troy Duffy. Lets Read On. 

Troy Duffy was asked if another film sequel could be on the way. Indirectly, he said;
“We’ve been approached to do a possible Boondock Saints TV series. So the fans may be getting a part 3 as a television show. We might be able to pull that off. I actually called both Sean [Patrick Flannery] and Norman [Reedus] and they both said ‘hell yeah, we’ll drop everything.’”

Don't get me wrong, I'd love to see more of the MacManus Brothers, but not at the expense of ruining the reputation and pattern these two characters live by. Basic cable will not suffice so HBO, Showtime, etc and their entire line-up may come to be home for the Irish brothers.  

You cannot have the Boondock Saints censored, the foul language and violence is apart of the mythology. And for the love of holy Mary cast Rocco in this please.  

Variety is reporting that British actor Matthew Goode, seen in Match Point, The Lookout, A Single ManWatchmen as Ozymandias, is now in talks to star in Stoker, the first English-language film from South Korean filmmaker Chan-wook Park (Mr. Vengeance, Oldboy, Lady Vengeance, Thirst). The indie drama is also set to star Mia Wasikowska as a moody teenager whose mysterious uncle comes back into her family's lives after the death of her father. The cast will also include Nicole Kidman and was supposed to have Colin Firth starring as well, but Goode is taking his "mysterious uncle" role instead.

The project was supposed to already be shooting and is a high priority for Fox Searchlight, where it's being developed. Tony & Ridley Scott are producing at Scott Free along with Michael Costigan. "Prison Break" star Wentworth Miller wrote the script under the pseudonym "Ted Foulke". Variety includes that Goode is still not 100% confirmed, as this particular role "has been a hot item among many leading men in Hollywood", with others like James Franco, Michael Fassbender and Joel Edgerton taking an interest. However, given he's "in talks", it sounds like this is about as close as we can get and he's probably playing the part. I wouldn't have minded Colin Firth, but Goode is an underrated talent and a welcomed alternative.

Dread Central learned this weekend that Bill Moseley 
has been cast in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D. 
No, he will not be reprising his role Chop Top (Texas Chainsaw Massacre Part 2), 
instead he's playing "Drayton," formerly played by the late Jim Siedow 
(a character who appeared in the first two films).