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From the glittering visuals of 'The Great Gatsby' to the jolting actions in 'Man of Steel', all are going to make your summer more colorful.
Producer Jon Landau says filmmakers behind the upcoming sequels are currently exploring technologies to allow James Cameron to 'create performance capture underwater.'
The veteran screenwriter who penned the script for 'Episode V' and 'VI' dishes that the forthcoming spin-off movie will make fans 'feel that it's all new.'
The 'Star Trek Into Darkness' helmer announces the good news when attending D.I.C.E. Summit with Valve head Gabe Newell.
The three movies unveil promo videos that offer glimpses at new scenes, while 'Iron Man 3' debuts a new spot that focuses on the superhero's attempt to save some people from a plane crash.
The studio explains that it 'will now focus 100 percent of our efforts on Star Wars: Episode VII in order to ensure the best possible experience for our fans.'
Paramount Pictures boss confirms that Abrams will still at least serve as the producer for the next 'Star Trek' and 'Mission: Impossible' movies.
'It's up to the audience to decide if there needs to be one,' Abrams says of the potential third 'Star Trek' film.
'I'm shutting your butt down,' the 'Django Unchained' helmer fires back at a Channel 4 interviewer who presses him with questions about the impact of violence in films to real life.
'I think it's disrespectful to their memory ... of the people who died to talk about movies,' the 'Django Unchained' helmer says of people who blame violence in films for Sandy Hook tragedy.
Fuqua says, 'I don't think Quentin Tarantino has a racist bone in his body,' while Williams can't hide his anger when finding out the repeated use of the N-word in the Western movie.
In 2013, Hollywood offers plenty of much-awaited follow-up installments of fans' most beloved film franchises, including 'Iron Man', 'Star Trek', 'Despicable Me', 'Hunger Games', 'Thor' and 'Hobbit'.