So much for that talk of a trilogy.
Sony Pictures Entertainment has set release dates for a third and fourth film in "The Amazing Spider-Man" franchise.
The studio has announced plans to release the films on June 10th 2016 and May 4th 2018 respectively.
These will follow on from the upcoming May 2nd 2014 release of the currently in production "The Amazing Spider-Man 2".
The first film garnered $750 million at the global box office last year.
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The wait for Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller's "Sin City" sequel just got a whole lot longer.
Originally slated for a release on October 4th this year, Dimension Films has pushed back the film's opening to August 22nd 2014 instead. No other films are currently scheduled for that date.
Jessica Alba, Josh Brolin, Jamie Chung, Rosario Dawson, Julia Garner, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Eva Green, Dennis Haysbert, Stacy Keach, Jaime King, Ray Liotta, Christopher Meloni, Jeremy Piven, Mickey Rourke, Juno Temple and Bruce Willis star.
The new film blends together two stories - "A Dame to Kill For," and a prequel to "The Big Fat Kill".
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Jack Paglen has been hired to pen the script for a sequel to Ridley Scott's "Prometheus".
Paglen was previously linked, but now comes word that Scott has agreed to his take on the direction for the sequel. As a result, negotiations are now underway.
Paglen would replace Damon Lindelof who penned the first film which scored $403 million worldwide at the box-office. It's expected this sequel will further distance itself from the "Alien"-related elements of the first film.
Paglen penned "Transcendence," the upcoming directorial debut of "The Dark Knight" cinematographer Wally Pfister, which stars the likes of Johnny Depp, Paul Bettany, Rebecca Hall and Morgan Freeman.
Source: The Wrap
USA Today has posted new images from Disney's "Frozen," their animated adventure based on Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale "The Snow Queen".
Ryan Reynolds has reportedly dropped out of the long gestating reboot of the "Highlander" franchise at Summit Entertainment.
This follows on from filmmaker Juan Carlos Fresnadillo ("28 Weeks Later") who left back in November after more than a year's work on the project. Justin Lin ("Fast Five") was originally attached to direct.
Reynolds was to play immortal Scottish swordsman Connor MacLeod in this new take on the original 1986 cult hit that spawned a franchise.
Art Marcum, Matt Holloway, Noah Oppenheim and Melissa Rosenberg previously worked on the script, while Neal Moritz and Peter Davis are set to produce.
Source: The Wrap