This month is like exhibit A for Hollywood's propensity to churn out sequels that nobody asked for. You've got Journey 2, opening today. And then next week, there's Ghost Rider 2, in which Nic Cage tries to "improve" upon the first flaming-skull motorcycle movie.
Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, and Robert Downey, Jr. explain their characters' journeys leading up to The Avengers. Amazing Spider-Man star Emma Stone reveals the greatest risk Gwen Stacy has ever taken. Plus Peter Jackson drops another Hobbit video diary!
Ben Kingsley might join the cast of the Ender's Game adaptation. Director Peter Berg explains why you should take the Battleship movie seriously. Fox executive Tom Rothman promises they're not messing around with their new X-Men, Daredevil, and Fantastic Four movies.
The Avengers comes out next year, the culmination of groundwork laid by half a dozen previous films. So what's next? According to Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige, we're completing phase one... and the next few years are all about "phase two."
J.J. Abrams gives an eminently reasonable explanation for all the Star Trek 2 delays. History's greatest B-movie thespian joins Oz, the Great and Powerful. Reports of Green Lantern 2 may have been exaggerated. And what's going on with Eureka's future?
Green Lantern 2 is happening...but Warner Bros. is making some changes. We've got set photos for The Dark Knight Rises and The Avengers. A beloved Torchwood actor is headed to next week's Warehouse 13. Is the Devil returning to Supernatural?
Damon Lindelof explains why Ridley Scott's Prometheus is more than just an Alien prequel. Guillermo del Toro confirms a key bit of Pacific Rim casting. Plus a former Doctor Who star is possibly headed to Game of Thrones!
Legions of Deadpool fans are waiting anxiously for the Merc With A Mouth's spin-off movie, hoping it'll redress Wade Wilson's mistreatment in X-Men Origins: Wolverine. But Ryan Reynolds told us he'll either star in Deadpool or R.I.P.D... but not both.
Warner Brothers has picked a familiar writer to pen the screenplay for Green Lantern 2. Do we know how Michael Bay's Transformers saga will end? And a Reno 911 star tells all about their new science fiction starship comedy Alabama!
Warner Brothers must have a lot of faith in their Green Lantern film, because they're already developing a sequel. Plus a Flash film is on the way as well. Neil Patrick Harris, this is your time to shine.