The Wolverine, Thor: The Dark World, X-Men: Days of Future Past: March 19th Comic Reel

Tue, March 19th, 2013 at 8:44am PDT

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Steve Sunu, Staff Writer/Reviews Editor

THE WOLVERINE

Empire Online has posted three new photos from "The Wolverine" featuring Hugh Jackman in three different weather systems: sun, rain and snow.

Opens July 26

THOR: THE DARK WORLD

Ray Stevenson, who played Volstagg in "Thor," spoke with Red Carpet TV about his upcoming return to the role in "Thor: The Dark World."

Zap2It spoke with Tom Hiddleston about how long he plans to continue playing Loki.

"I will go on until the audience wants me to stop or Marvel tells me to stop," Hiddleston told Zap2It. "It is a rare thing to be connected to a character that people enjoy watching. I never expected it my wildest dreams. You don't dare sign up for that as an actor. All any actor can see is they might play a character that somehow ignites the public imagination and it is thrilling when you do. It is in good fun."

Opens November 8

X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST

Fox's Marvel Creative Consultant Mark Millar posted on his Millarworld Forums stating that he's had a discussion with "X-Men: Days of Future Past" director Bryan Singer.

"'Days of Future-Past' is potentially the biggest and most ambitious superhero movie ever made," Millar said. "I've seen this coming together in various stages, but now they're only weeks away from shooting it's really catching fire. I'll catch Bry in person before he heads to Montreal next month when I'm seeing Wolvie and we can chat a little more about the Fox grand plan. A very, very exciting time to be into this stuff, especially when you consider that the brilliant Josh Trank has 'Fantastic Four' lined up for 2015."

Millar also said fans should expect a "very exciting announcement" in the coming months from Fox's Marvel franchise.

Opens July 18

STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS

"Star Trek Into Darkness" producer Bryan Burk spoke briefly with the Australian Herald Sun about the sequel and the goal in terms of reaching a broader audience.

"I think with the first one we got a lot of people who had dipped in and out of the 'Star Trek' universe over the last 40 years and got a lot of new people along the way but that allows us now to go a lot further and open it up to everyone else," Burk told the Herald Sun. "People went to see the last film who weren't expecting to like it and I feel for this film that if people have adamantly avoided 'Star Trek' and thought it wasn't for them, they will be pleasantly surprised. It was really important to make a film where if you hadn't seen the last one, you could just jump in."

Opens May 17

ARROW

The CW has posted a new behind-the-scenes video for the "Arrow" episode "The Huntress Returns."

Airs Wednesdays on the CW

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2

Marc Webb has posted yet another "Amazing Spider-Man 2" behind-the-scenes photo, this time for a directory of Ravencroft. In the comics, Ravencroft is a facility for housing the criminally insane.

Opens May 2, 2014

SIN CITY: A DAME TO KILL FOR

Rosario Dawson spoke with IAmRogue about her return as Gail in "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" and the decision to wait this long for a sequel.

"I think that it is great that we waited this long to do it because there is all new technology to play with now and it will have us revisiting these characters and this world again in a whole new riveting way just as he did then," Dawson told IAmRogue. "I’m wondering what’s going to come out of it when you think of '300' and all this stuff that came out after the first one, what this is going to inspire. It’ll be incredible."

Opens October 4

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TAGS:  the wolverine, thor the dark world, x-men days of future past, star trek into darkness, arrow, amazing spider-man 2, sin city a dame to kill for

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