Warner Bros. Pictures has released the first full-length trailer for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, which tells the story of how Bilbo Baggins came to possess the One Ring.
Transformers Prime is the current incarnation of the franchise on television. The story begins with Darkness Rising, a CGI animated pilot film which establishes the series conflict.
Columbia Pictures has released its first trailer for Men in Black 3, choosing to forego the traditional teaser, and jump right into a full-length spot instead.
Last week, BBC Worldwide confirmed a Doctor Who video game is in development by Supermassive Games (of Little Big Planet fame).
Instinctive Film has released a clip from its upcoming post-apocalyptic thriller, The Divide. The clip offers us a look at the first couple minutes of the film, in which residents of a New York high-rise find their way into a basement level during an apparent nuclear attack.
Hasbro, which owns hundreds of toy and game licenses, is currently in talks to produce several more films based on various franchises, including Transformers 4 and 5.
The second half of season four of Fringe picks back up in January, having left us in a period of dramatic tension among the characters.
Disney has released the first full length trailer for its upcoming John Carter film, which is based on the Edgar Rice Burroughs novels about the character.
Conflicting reports claim that both Ken Watanabe and Gary Oldman are up for a part in Akira.
Kristen Stewart has reportedly been offered the romantic lead in the upcoming film adaptation of Akira.
BBC Worldwide has kicked off development on a new Doctor Who film adaptation. The movie will be directed by David Yates, who is currently seeking screenplay writers.
James Cameron recently updated the press about his upcoming Fantastic Voyage, a remake of the 1960’s classic film and novel.
Syfy Films, a joint operation between Syfy and Universal, recently announced that it has begun production on the George R.R. Martin property Wild Cards.
Screenwriter Dean Devlin is putting the finishing touches on the scripts for Independence Day 2 and 3, both of which are slated to begin filming early next year.
The television adaptation of Stephen King’s Dark Tower series has been picked up by HBO after a rocky road toward production.
Warner Bros. has reportedly chosen Ben Affleck to direct the feature-length film adaptation of Steven King’s The Stand.