Thor and Transformers trailers come with the hammer and Alpha Trion
Some long-awaited glimpses of blockbusters for 2011, including Thor, Transformers Dark of the Moon, and Real Steel, debuted this week.
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Peter Jackson’s "The Hobbit" movies have added a couple of familiar faces from the original ‘Lord of the Rings’ trilogy. Cate Blanchett as Galadriel and Orlando Bloom as Legolas will return to Middle Earth even though both characters were not in the original book. Ian McKellen (as Gandalf), Hugo Weaving (as Elrond), Andy Serkis (as Gollum) are expected to return although nothing official has been announced.Skip to next paragraph
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Warner Bros. is also developing the comedy ‘Rentaghost’ starring Russell Brand. Based on a BBC series which ran from 1979-84 it’s the story of a recently deceased man (Brand) and his dead partners who rent out ghosts and ghouls to the living.
Garry Marshall's ‘New Year's Eve,’ the follow-up to his romantic comedy ’Valentine's Day’, has added two more cast members to it’s ensemble. Sofia Vergara (from ’Modern Family’) and Jessica Biel are close to joining Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer, Hilary Swank, Lea Michele (from ’Glee’) and Ashton Kutcher.
Liam Neeson will return as the god Zeus in the sequel Clash of the Titans, aptly named ‘Wrath of the Titans.’ He‘ll join Sam Worthington (as Perseus) and Ralph Fiennes (as Hades) in the film which starts shooting in March for a 2012 release.