There won’t be much to do over the weekend since it’s the Easter holidays. If you’re not too religious, go out and check out some movies including GI Joe: Retaliation. No it’s not about finding out whether they kill off Channing Tatum or not, it’s about checking out Adrianne Palicki as Lady Jaye.
After the jump, two versions of Iron Man 3 will be released, some stuff on World War Z, a few movie trailers to check out, a UFC champ is taking his acting chops to the big screen and watch Wong Fu’s latest tackle on relationships… more specifically past relationships.
It’s Easter weekend, so here are 12 movie eggs you won’t want to dig up during this time of the year… or ever. (Screen Rant)
They are really trying hard to please the folks in China. In the upcoming Iron Man 3, the version released in China will have additional footage featuring Chinese actress Fan Bingbing in it. Will it have a significant difference to what is seen in the rest of the world? Fan boys are gonna have a field day dissecting the two versions of the films now. (Deadline)
Director Marc Forster discusses about World War Z and the changed ending! (Collider)
Speaking of the zombie flick, the new trailer is here. After watching this, you too will believe zombies can fly. (Apple)
Channing Tatum might have a limited role in the GI Joe flick but you can catch him in action in the flick White House Down. Check out the trailer here. (Moviefone)
Now that Chevy Chase is no longer attached to Community, it wouldn’t be surprising that he would be interested in revisiting an old character of his named Clark Griswald… (Variety)
A full story on the unglamorous truth behind what is happening in the development of Prometheus 2. (Slashfilm)
Early buzz for Pacific Rim looks pretty good and the new poster seems to highlight just that. (Slashfilm)
UFC Welterweight Champion Georges St. Pierre is taking a dip into acting and it’s quite the meaty role in Captain America: The Winter Soldier. (Latino Review)
The damage is done and the CW is struggling to find an audience nowadays, at least they’re finally on the right track. (LA Times)
Check out the new international trailer for The Wolverine!
Vin Diesel also teased the new film Riddick on Facebook earlier this week, so have a look and see the film return to its dark tone of the original film Pitch Black. You’re not afraid of the dark are you?
Catch the first installment of the live action Dora the Explorer webseries here.
Latest video from Wong Fu Productions takes a look at past relationships and the moments we revisit them.
Music recommendation of the week. Here’s Clara C with You’ve Got It All.