'Captain America 3' has been described as ''different and exciting'' by directors Joe and Anthony Russo.
'Captain America 3' will be ''different and exciting'', according to film directors Joe and Anthony Russo.
The brothers have revealed that the follow up to 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' will ''deliver something different, and exciting and challenging'', as they prepare for filming with lead actor Chris Evans.
Talking to Entertainment Weekly, Joe explained: ''That's what we're in the middle of on [Captain America 3] right now, pushing really hard to make sure that what we deliver is something that's going to be different from 'The Winter Soldier'.''
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Director Colin Trevorrow has finally announced details of the film in a spoiler-filled e-mail.
Due for release a whopping fourteen years after its predecessor, the unveiling of the hugely anticipated Jurassic World is finally within our grasp. Overcoming what has been described as a decade of “production hell”, the fourth film in the gargantuan Hollywood blockbuster franchise had until recently managed to keep many of its details under wraps. Yet, as is increasingly common in Hollywood, such attempts were ultimately futile as finer details of the plot were leaked onto various websites.
Such an act has fervently infuriated director Colin Trevorrow, who follows the lineage of both Joe Johnston and the legendary Steven Spielberg in helming the extensive filming and production schedule. The up-and-coming San Franciscan director, whose previous movie credits include only the TV-movie Gary: In Crisis and the low budget time travel adventure Safety Not Guaranteed, has had a sharp introduction to the prying eyes of the Hollywood press. His obvious dismay that elements of the film are known to the public a year before its scheduled release is perfectly understandable.
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Josh Brolin is in talks for for a leading role in the fourth film in the 'Jurassic Park' series, where he will star alongside Nick Robinson and Ty Simpkins.
Josh Brolin is in talks for 'Jurassic World'.
The 45-year-old actor is believed to be in negotiations for a leading role in the fourth film in the 'Jurassic Park' series, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
This comes shortly after Nick Robinson was cast as the brother of lead actor Ty Simpkins and although the teen star is yet to receive a formal offer from Universal, but it is expected to arrive ''soon''.
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Nick Robinson has been cast in 'Jurassic World' as the brother of lead actor Ty Simpkins in the fourth film in the 'Jurassic Park' series.
Nick Robinson has been cast in 'Jurassic World'.
The 18-year-old actor - who was catapulted into the limelight with his role in 'Kings of Summer' - will play the brother of lead actor Ty Simpkins in the for the fourth film in the 'Jurassic Park' series.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the teen star is yet to receive a formal offer from Universal, but it is expected to arrive ''soon''.
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Universal has confirmed the fourth Jurassic Park movie will be called 'Jurassic World' and will hit cinemas in June 2015.
'Jurassic Park 4' will be titled 'Jurassic World'.
Movie studio Universal Pictures has announced the official title for the long-awaited fourth instalment in the dinosaur adventure franchise, which will be released on June 12, 2015.
The movie will be directed by Colin Trevorrow based on a script he drafted with screenwriter Derek Connolly, according to Deadline.
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Hollywood newcomer Colin Trevorrow has been chosen to helm dinosaur adventure 'Jurassic Park 4', while Steven Spielberg has signed on to produce.
Colin Trevorrow has been chosen to direct 'Jurassic Park 4'.
The Hollywood newcomer - who made his directorial debut with indie flick 'Safety Not Guaranteed' last year - will step behind the camera to helm the fourth chapter of Steven Spielberg's dinosaur adventure saga.
Universal Pictures has revealed Spielberg is due to produce the 3D film, after directing the first two instalments in the franchise and handing over the role to Joe Johnston for 'Jurassic Park III'.
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Disney looks set to reboot fantasy movie 'The Rocketeer' and is due to meet writers to hear their proposed story ideas for a remake.
Disney looks set to reboot fantasy movie 'The Rocketeer'.
Sources revealed to Vulture that the studio are soon to be meeting with writers to hear their proposed story ideas for a remake of the original 1991 film, which stars Jennifer Connelly, Timothy Dalton and Billy Campbell.
The first movie is set in 1938 and tells the story of young pilot Cliff Secord (Billy) who comes into Possession of a jet pack designed by Howard Hughes that enables him to become a high flying masked metallic man, who ends up taking on enemies who want the technology for themselves.
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Sony Pictures are planning a reboot of 1995 fantasy adventure 'Jumanji' and ''update it for the present''.
Sony Pictures are planning a 'Jumanji' reboot.
Doug Belgrad, president of Columbia Pictures - which is owned by Sony - revealed the production company are going to ''try'' and reboot the 1995 fantasy adventure movie, which stars Robin Williams, Kirsten Dunst and Bonnie Hunt.
He said: ''We're going to try and reimagine 'Jumanji' and update it for the present.''
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Chris Evans stars as the eponymous 'Captain America' in the forthcoming superhero movie.Chris Evans, the American actor and star of 'Fantastic Four' and 'Sunshine', plays 'Captain America' in a new movie adaptation of the classic comic book, reports the Wall Street Journal.The movie's trailer hit the web earlier today (24th March 2011), giving fans a sneak peak of what they can expect when the 3-D film is released on 22nd July 2011. The movie follows the story of 'Steve Rogers', played by Evans, who enlists in the U.S Army after Pearl Harbour, but is rejected because he is physically weak. He is then selected to participate in a special United States experimental program, where he is injected with a serum and transformed into a 'super soldier' known as 'Captain America'. The movie has been directed by Joe Johnston and also stars Hugo Weaving, Tommy Lee Jones and Stanley Tucci.
Chris Evans will reprise his role as 'Captain America' in the 2012 superhero movie 'The Avengers'. The film will also feature Robert Downey Jr's 'Iron Man' and Scarlett Johansson will play the 'Black Widow'.
Dominic Cooper has begun shooting 'Captain America: The First Avenger', and is enjoying the perks of working on a big-budget US movie.
Dominic Cooper only asked for a toaster and a kettle on the set of 'Captain America: The First Avenger'.
The 32-year-old actor - who plays Howard Stark in the upcoming Marvel comic adaption - admits he likes working on big-budget US films, but still has small demands on set.
Speaking on the green and red carpet at the UK premiere of his latest movie 'Tamara Drewe', Dominic told BANG Showbiz: "Yes we have started filming and it's going really well. It's such an amazing cast. Do I get a bigger trailer? Yes. Although I only asked for a toaster. Actually, a toaster and a kettle."
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