We all know he can leap tall buildings in a single bound and bend steel in his bare hands.
Pacific Rim is coming to cinemas July 11, and Warner Bros.
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REVIEW: The producers of Doctor Who continue to be clever with their titles for this half season of the show. It opened with The Bells of Saint John by show runner Steven Moffat, referring to the call the Doctor took on the Tardis phone from new companion Clara Oswald.
Warner Brothers will launch a new technology in New Zealand when it releases the first part of The Hobbit on DVD and Blu-ray on May 1. The technology, called UltraViolet, will allow buyers to log in on a computer and watch the film from the cloud via an internet portal such as Flixster.com.
The first trailers for the Superman reboot Man of Steel have been sombre affairs: a lot of soulful staring and angst from our hero as he wanders the world searching for answers. The voiceovers and mournful wailing of the soundtrack are all very beautiful but if Warner Bros is to get bums on seats – and the latest tracking figures show that Man of Steel isn’t a must-see picture for audiences – then it needs to showcase a hero who can still punch throw walls and whizz about the heavens faster than speeding bullet
Hello Sailor founding member David McArtney has died at his Pt Chevalier home. Former Hello Sailor manager David Gapes said everyone he had spoken to was in “disbelief” at the death.
After years of hope, stalled efforts and studio frustration, Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas watched a long-held dream come to fruition in a sudden digital rush. “There were a few minutes of nothing happening,” he says.
A Hamilton tattoo artist flew across country to give rising star, Ed Sheeran, his first ta moko, and his first tattoo with real meaning.
Harry S. Stonehill resembles the kind of character that the late Sydney Greenstreet used to play in all the old Warner Bros, beaded-curtain thrillers.