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- Though Avatar 2 was once promised as a December 2014 release, a means to ring in the new year with Sam Worthington's blue whatever thing, producer Jon Landau now says the first sequel is "four years away." Nice job ruining Christmas, James Cameron.

- Disney has hired X2 and Superman Returns co-writer Dan Harris
to work on their script for Hovercar
. I'll tell you, if this movie is about what I think it's about, IT'S ABOUT G.D. TIME.

- Isabelle Fuhrman is in talks to join Will Smith and Smaller Will Smith in After Earth, the upcoming sci-fi film from M. Night Shyamalan. Fuhrman is expecting a career boost from her part in the soon-to-be-released Hunger Games, but this Shyamalan part should put her back in her place alongside whoever those kids from The Last Airbender were.

- For those who have forgotten what Finding Nemo looks like, Disney-Pixar has released a new trailer for their 3D re-release of the modern classic. "sea it like never before," they beg, seemingly oblivious to just how close to the edge we are:

  • March 8, 2013
    Expanding on the oh-so-brief Welcome to Earth Will Smith gave us with the first trailer, here's a new preview for the Smith clan's adventure in sci-fi jungle survival and nepotism, After Earth. This one makes the specifics of the plot a little more clear: Jaden Smith stars as a... / Continue →
  • December 10, 2012
    Following in Tom Cruise's post-apocalyptic sci-fi adventuring as closely as he follows in the actor's serious teachings of aliens and cosmic catastrophe, Will Smith stars with carefully-tended seedling Jaden in After Earth, a film that sees the father and son trailing in Cruise... / Continue →
  • March 18, 2013
    If your child made you purchase a copy of Cars 2, you may have already seen a trailer for Disney's latest "we put eyeballs on a windshield" effort, Planes. This latest preview has a key difference, though, in that now Dane Cook, in his latest re-hashing of someone else's words,... / Continue →
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