Arnold Schwarzenegger has confirmed that filming has completed for Alan Taylor’s new installment in the Terminator franchise, revealing the official title for the film – Terminator: Genisys. The new title card was released on the official @Terminator Twitter account shortly after Arnold posted the following thank you message to the cast and crew from his Instagram.

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Legendary Announces SKULL ISLAND King Kong Movie

Revealed at San Diego Comic-Con this past weekend, Legendary Pictures have announced their plans to bring King Kong back to the big screen with Joe Cornish (Attack the Block) rumored to be the frontrunner to direct. The upcoming film will be titled King Kong: Skull Island, the mythical home of the legendary beast, and will be set up as a prequel for the franchise.

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Marvel Studios has released a new wave of character posters from James Gunn’s Guardians of the Galaxy now focusing on the villains of the film after our heroes were spotlighted earlier this month. The new hi-res posters offer us a glimpse of Ronan the Accuser (Lee Pace), Korath (Djimon Hounsou), and our best look yet at the stylish design of Nebula (Karen Gillan).

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The second full-length trailer has arrived for Jonathan Liebesman’s adaptation of Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, which gives fans a much better look at some of the action we’ll be seeing from Shredder and Splinter! Fans may also get a kick out of the last (self-referential) scene in the trailer in which Will Arnett’s character asks if the Turtles might be aliens, to which April O’Neil (Megan Fox) replies “No, that’s stupid.”

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Warner Bros. and MGM have just sent out an official press release that confirms their plans to produce a new trilogy of Stargate films based on the classic 1994 sci-fi feature starring Kurt Russell and James Spader. According the to release, the first film will be directed by none other than Roland Emmerich himself (Emmerich directed the first) while being produced by Dean Devlin, his longtime partner and co-writer of the original.

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In a surprise announcement made just moments ago, Edgar Wright has apparently backed down as the director of Marvel Studios’ Ant-Man. This shocking announcement was quickly followed by confirmation from the studio that a new director has already been selected, although there’s no official word on who that may be.
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In a surprise announcement made just moments ago, Edgar Wright has apparently backed down as the director of Marvel Studios’ Ant-Man. This shocking announcement was quickly followed by confirmation from the studio that a new director has already been selected, although there’s no official word on who that may be.

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