There’s no competition at the box office this weekend. Vin Diesel returns as Riddick in… umm.. Riddick. The sci-fi actioner returns to its roots where you witness the title character fend off some deadly creatures in the dark. Tagging along for the ride this time is Katee Sackhoff, so let’s start off the ELO with her today.
After the jump, Will Smith might be open to doing sequels to his past hits again, James Cameron declares the best space movie ever, Transformers gets a new title and teaser, James Franco wants an Oscar and watch the Cookie Monster learn about self-control.
Plot details and casting news for 22 Jump Street. (Slashfilm)
It looks like Will Smith might have reconsidered his stance on returning for the Independence Day sequel after seeing his bold acting choice in ‘After Earth’ didn’t quite pan out like he expected. (Digital Spy)
Fun fact. Battlestar Galactica alum and Riddick star Katee Sackhoff originally had a small cameo in Pitch Perfect but her scene was cut from the final product. (Collider)
James Cameron got some high praises for Alfonso Cuaron’s Gravity. In fact, he has labelled it as the “best space film ever!” (Variety)
Transformers 4 gets an official title and a nifty teaser poster. (Yahoo)
Now we heard about Simon Pegg punking the cast of Star Trek Into Darkness and now you can get an actual look into what he actually did on set. (Belfast Telegraph)
Catch the red band trailer for Neighbors starring Seth Rogen, Rose Byrne and Zac Efron. Looks quite promising, though it’s gonna be a bit of a wait til we get to see the movie. (MTV)
James Franco wants an Oscar for his role in Spring Breakers. (Moviefone)
Was Roger Ebert the last critic that really mattered? (Variety)
Cookie Monster learns a lesson about delayed gratification from Tom Hiddleston. Didn’t know they were teaching kids such long words on Sesame Street.
Full trailer for the film that has wowed the audiences so far. Here’s a longer look at Gravity.
First look at the trailer for the RoboCop remake. “Dead or alive, you’re coming with me”. Classic.