Ender’s Game: Harrison Ford’s return to science fiction (ahead of any possible appearance in Star Wars Episode VII) finds him glaring at young Asa Butterfield in the upcoming Ender’s Game. Ford plays the commander of Battle School, where military recruits begin war games at a very early age. The movie, directed by Gavin Hood, is due out on November 1, 2013. [EW.com]
Tron: Legacy Sequel: The on-again, off-again sequel to Tron: Legacy is once again a go. Questions arose after the 2010 reboot disappointed at the box office, at least in comparison to its production and marketing costs. But, ultimately, grossing $400 million worldwide was good enough for Disney, which is now in talks to hire Jesse Wigutow to write a new draft. Joseph Kosinski is still attached to direct. [The Hollywood Reporter]
Boston Strangler: In the early 1960s, more than a dozen women were sexually assaulted and then strangled to death by a serial killer in the Boston area. The events were brought to the screen in 1968’s The Boston Strangler, with Tony Curtis as a rapist who confessed to the murders. Now Casey Affleck wants to make a new version; he’s sold a pitch titled Boston Strangler to Warner Bros. and hopes to star in the movie himself as one of the detectives investigating the murders. [Deadline]
Star Trek Into Darkness Teaser: As if its title, synopsis and first poster were not enough, the first teaser for J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek Into Darkness makes abundantly clear that Captain Kirk and Mister Spock will be facing an implacable foe bent on total destruction. The full trailer debuts in front of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey on December 14; the movie opens on May 17, 2013. [Apple]
And here's a Japanese version with a little additional footage.