Green Lantern moves out of Oz. Does that mean a delay?

Aside from Batman, it doesn’t seem like any film version of DC Comics heroes can catch a break: While Marvel’s Iron Man, Thor, Captain America and other franchises zoom ahead, DC’s various projects remain stalled or stillborn. The latest is Green Lantern, which is now having to rethink a decision to shoot in Australia because of costs.

New ‘Avengers’ Movie Details

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Up till now we have known very little about the upcoming "Avengers" movie, except that Iron Man, Captain America and Thor will ban together to fight a foe. But now there is trinkle of info coming down. First off Marvel has released a bit of information, revealing that both Robert Downey Jr and Don Cheadle will appear in the film, also "The Hulk" will be teaming up with the other superheroes rather than fighting them. "Iron Man" director Jon Favreau is heavily involved in the film. Second Favreau talks to AICN abou the movie.

Four More New ‘Star Trek’ Photos

USS Kelvin
Four new photos from the upcoming "Star Trek" film have been released, featuring close-up shots of Captain Kirk (Chris Pine) and Spock (Zachary Quinto)also of the Starhip USS Kelvin under attack. Click on the link below to check them out and take a look at the rest of the ever-expanding "Star Trek" image gallery.

“Iron Man 2” Details from Director

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Director Jon Favreau (Iron Man) joined a live chat on the LA Times’ website, where he answered questions about the upcoming "Iron Man 2." Here are some some of his answers that dealt with the movie. See if you like what he had to say…

“Avengers” and “Iron Man 3” Included in Marvel/Paramount Deal

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Now that DreamWorks is no longer part of Paramount Pictures, that leaves a total sum of six films per year for Paramount Pictures. In order to have a full scheduled, Paramount extended their pact with Marvel by agreeing to distribute their next five films.
Those upcoming movies include:

Bryan Fuller Talks New Star Trek Series

Star Trek TVThe last Star Trek TV series was Enterprise which aired it’s finale episode in May of 2005. Before that some form of Star Trek was on television continuously starting with the Star Trek: The Next Generation in 1987. That’s 18 years of solid Trek. And for you math fans that’s a whopping 624 episodes!