The 4th entry will be titled Mission:Impossible Ghost Protocol. The name was announced at a press conference in Dubai attended by Tom Cruise, director Brad Bird and co-stars Jeremy Renner and Paula Patton. It’s in production now and is scheduled for release in December 2011. Besides the Dubai location, other shooting spots include Moscow and Prague.

What does the title mean? In CIA parlance, the term "ghost" can refer to some of the suspected terrorists held at Guantamo Bay and other secret bases around the world. Could the plot involve Ethan Hunt and his team being assigned to hunt down an escaped "ghost?" Just speculating.
The Walt Disney Studios, Paramount Pictures and Marvel Studios announced they have reached an agreement under which Paramount will transfer its worldwide marketing and distribution rights to Disney for Marvel Studios' The Avengers and Iron Man 3. Paramount will remain the worldwide distributor of the upcoming films, Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger, as well as the previously released Iron Man and Iron Man 2.Under terms of the new deal, Disney will pay Paramount $115 million for the transfer of the distribution rights to Iron Man 3 and The Avengers to be paid on the theatrical release dates.

These monies will serve as a minimum guarantee against the distribution fees."In completing this agreement, Disney will now assume worldwide marketing and distribution of 'The Avengers' and 'Iron Man 3' and leverage these two highly-anticipated films across the multiple global platforms of The Walt Disney Company," said Rich Ross, Chairman of The Walt Disney Studios.

"We appreciate the tremendous momentum that Paramount established with these iconic Marvel characters and look forward to propelling the brand even further in the coming years.""Five years ago, when Paramount and Marvel made our initial deal, both our businesses were in very different places," said Brad Grey, Chairman & CEO of Paramount Pictures. "We are grateful for the partnership we have had with the terrific Marvel team over these years and proud of the work we have done together.

Today, this new agreement is the right deal for Paramount, for Marvel and for Disney. We look forward to working together on 'Thor' and 'Captain America,' and we wish Disney and Marvel the utmost success, in what we know will be a very productive and wide-ranging partnership.""Paramount has been a wonderful partner in helping Marvel Studios bring our characters to the big screen," said Alan Fine, Office of the President, Marvel Worldwide, Inc.

"This agreement makes sense now that Marvel is part of The Walt Disney Company."Paramount will release Marvel Entertainment's Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger worldwide beginning on May 6 and July 22 of 2011, respectively. The Avengers will be licensed to Epix under Paramount's existing pay television arrangement.

Disney is planning a May 3, 2013 release date for Iron Man 3.
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Plot Summary: Set against the backdrop of modern day Salem, Massachusetts 300-year-old witches rise to haunt the town with their demonic powers.

Robotic French duo Daft Punk will be spinning the deadly discs of Tron: Legacy's digital soundtrack. They'll also be making a cameo in Disney's sequel to the original Tron. Get a sneak peek at both, right now.
Big news from the Batman camp in today’s L.A. Times: Christopher Nolan has revealed the name of the third film in his Gotham City trilogy. In July 2012, we’ll be queuing for The Dark Knight Rises.Not only that, but in something of a bombshell, Nolan went on to dispell what many had begun to assume to be a given – “It won’t be the Riddler,” reports L.A.T.’s blog Hero Complex. So easy to get ahead of yourself, isn't it? Of course, true to form, the director wouldn’t reveal who it would be.What Nolan seemed most interested in imparting was that he’s convinced Warner Bros. to keep telling his story in 2D, and to continue down the path of hi-def IMAX sequences.

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The makers of Jinn have released the first official image via the production's Facebook page. Doesn't show much, that's for sure. But don't fret, a teaser trailer is said to be making its debut on October 31 (naturally) at JinntheMovie.com.

Ajmal Zaheer Ahmad directed the film in Detroit, Michigan from a script he penned. Ray Park of Sleepy Hollow and Star Wars stars
I posted the Amazon and Eqyptian Covens before. To view them click HERE.

Irish Coven

Marlane Barnes (The Tree of Life) as Maggie

Lisa Howard as Siobhan

Patrick Brennan as Liam.

Romanian Coven

Noel Fisher ("The Pacific," Final Destination 2) as Vladimir

Guri Weinberg (Munich) as Stefan.

American Nomads

Lee Pace as Garrett ("Pushing Daisies," The Good Shepherd).

 Toni Trucks (Music and Lyrics) as Mary

Bill Tangradi ("Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles") as Randall.

Erik Odom as Peter

Valorie Curry ("Veronica Mars") as Charlotte

European Coven

Joe Anderson (The Crazies) as Alistair

Here's another slice of Saw 3D, opening October 29. The clip below, which made its MTV debut, finds the character Bobby Dagen (Sean Patrick Flannery) in a predicament with one of Jigsaw's traps. We know, at this point, Dagen is a "Jigsaw survivor" so is this the trap he's a survivor of...or does this occur later in the film?

I'm guessing by his facial reaction and Jigsaw's words...this is his "first" trap.