Rise of the Planet of the Apes Sequel, Breaking Dawn Pics, Transformers 4

Comingsoon.net is reporting that the sequel to last years release, Rise of the Planet of the Apes starring James Franco has been added to Fox’s list of movies to begin production by the end of this summer (along with The Wolverine). Not much else is known about the possible sequel at this point (potential release dates, returning actors, new casting, etc.). The news was announced at CinemaCon happening this week, by Fox Co-Chairman and Chief Creative Officer of Fox Filmed Entertainment Tom Rothman.

New pictures for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 were released today. The images don’t reveal anything, but will definitely generate buzz for the highly anticipated movie set for release on November 16th. Click the thumbnails below to see the full size images!



Rumors have been going around since the release of Transformers: Dark of the Moon that Shia LaBeouf would not be returning for the fourth installment of the franchise. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Adam Goodman of Paramount, confirmed that LaBeouf will not be in Transformers 4 when asked “Is making Transformers 4 without Shia LaBeouf risky? Is he out?” Goodman responded by saying, “The story is going in a different direction now. Ehren Kruger [who wrote the past two Transformers movies] is writing it for us, and we’re starting to engage, but I can’t say anything more.” Michael Bay is set to return as director for the next movie, even after saying he was no longer going to be doing them.

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