Earlier today Erik Davis shared the new trailer for the striking indie flick Bellflower, and here's the new poster.
Matthew Fox and Ed Harris are both reportedly in talks to join the growing cast of Mark Forster's adaptation of Max Brooks' tremendous zombie novel, World War Z.
Fox 2000 and Chernin Entertainment have purchased film rights to The Fear Index, a financial crisis thriller from Robert Harris, author of The Ghost Writer.
Joel Silver will produce a big screen, live-action adaptation of the Cartoon Network animated series Ben 10 for Warner Bros.
Disney has set a November 2, 2012 release date for Wreck-It Ralph, a CG-animated film about the Toy Story-esque secret lives of video game characters. John C. Reilly, Sarah Silverman, Jane Lynch and Jack McBrayer will all be lending their voices to the cast.
Quarantine 2 isn't getting a huge theatrical release, but it may just be playing in a theater near you soon (but probably not).
Blade may have fallen out of popularity here in the US, but it's not dead everywhere. Here's a trailer for a new anime based on the Marvel series world premiering in Japan on July 1st.
How awesome is Sean Bean? This past Saturday he was at a pub in London when some ass on the street started making lewd comments about the woman, a former Playboy model, he was with. Bean later got in a fight with the man, who ended up stabbing the actor in the arm with a broken bottle. But instead of seeking medical attention, Bean just went back into the pub with his date and ordered another pint.
And finally, here's a fun, fan-made poster for the movie the kids are making in Super 8. [via @EricDSnider]