Iron Man 3 has provided yet another sneek preview, this time exclusive to Gizmodo showing off some of the tremendous tech that Robert Downey Jr.'s Tony Stark will take into battle against the forces of Ben Kingsley's The Mandarin. This time we are enlightened as to how the tech is a reflection on the state of the man.

The last bunch of trailers and TV spots have already made perfectly clear that this film will be teeming with tremendous troops of titanium, all of which were constructed by a shockingly-prepared Tony Stark. However, as the featurette reveals, the 42 armors that will already exist by the beginning may actually be a reflection of Tony's psyche coming into the film. In the past, he clearly made himself a target for shadowy psychopaths across the world, which has complicated the fact that he now has things in his life he values more than himself; specifically an evolving romance with Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow). Now, the formerly cocky and hubris-emanating genius playboy has become a man desperately trying to protect the key pieces of his life. The result? Well the aforementioned 42 ass-kicking armors, each of which are designed to handle a multitude of specific scenarios which must float in Tony's mind constantly.

Of course, the most notable piece of tech we've seen so far from the film is his latest armor, the Mark XLII (42), which was earlier assumed to be just a Mark VIII. We also learn that subdermal implants are the explanation for the process in which this latest armor flies to Tony in pieces and assembles on his body at will.

Iron Man 3 takes doomsday prepping to an awesome new extreme when it hits theaters on May 3.


300: Rise Of An Empire: Debut Poster Conquers The Seas

300: Rise of an Empire, the blood-soaked sequel to 2006's original 300 gets set for another tour de force of ferocity with the debut of its first teaser poster.

The image would come via tweet from the previous film's director, Zack Snyder (certainly riding high from that awesome new Man of Steel trailer), who stays on as producer and has penned an entirely original script in same spirit of the Frank Miller graphic novel that inspired the predecessor project. Because of that originality, much of the details of this film were somewhat of a mystery. -- That was, until last week, when the first ever images and some plot details from director, Noam Murro hit. At that point, it was clear that, while the visual composition would be aligned with Snyder's original film, the setting of this film's signature stylized grandiose battles and its protagonists would actually be quite different.

The poster fully sports our new protagonist in the Athenian general, Themistokles played by Sullivan Stapleton. Unlike Gerard Butler's vicious and diplomat-dispatching King Leonidas, Themistokles is not a king, but rather, a figure who must walk the line between being a military leader and a politician. It is that dynamic which he will carry into the film's six reported battles, including the introduction to a new theater to the quasi-historical warfare of the 300 mythos: The seas. While the Au-obsessed wannabe deity, Xerxes is back as overlord of the Persian empire, Themistokles' primary opponent will actually be someone far fairer in the calculating female Persian general named Artemisia, played by Eva Green.

300: Rise of an Empire possibly uses sexual tension to dramatize massive bloody massacres when it hits theaters on August 2. Check out the poster below!

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Man Of Steel: New Trailer Accomplishes Wonders

Man of Steel, this summer's big screen Superman revival soars with a spectacular new full-length trailer filled with enough action to satiate any fan's craving for vicious visual stimuli and enough optimism-packed pathos to talk a failed stockbroker off a ledge.

This, indeed, is THE trailer that fans have been longing to see. While the trailers and TV spots up to this point have effectively conveyed the more dramatic aspects of the personal and a physical path down which Henry Cavill's Clark Kent will delve, certain important elements of the plot like what he's doing and why were still rather ambiguous. Moreover, the villains like Michael Shannon's General Zod and his Kryptonian cohorts remained nothing more than a mystery. Well, in essence, the veil has truly been lifted on all of those things with this new trailer. In fact, never has Superman's life mission and conversely, General Zod's lust for his blood been so clearly articulated.

The trailer even manages to shine some light on the motivations of Amy Adams' Lois Lane, who, based off her monologue and what we're seeing, seems to have devoted quite a bit of her journalistic career towards investigating the various Bigfoot-like sightings of the "super" deeds anonymously performed by Clark. As she states: "For some, he was a guardian angel, for others, a ghost. He never quite fit in." Wow. Have we just heard this film's "The hero Gotham deserves, but not the one it needs right now" speech?

Overall, it's one of the most powerful trailers we've seen in quite a long time, packing an equal amount of psi in its punches as it does in hope. If there were any skeptical questions about how director, Zack Snyder's take on the many-times-told tale would fare, then they were lessened significantly in just a little over 3 minutes.

Man of Steel gives people of Earth an ideal to strive towards when it hits theaters on June 14. Check it out below (again, if you must,) before General Zod breaks out of his space shackles!

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Star Trek Into Darkness: Final Trailer Is Just The Beginning

Star Trek Into Darkness has unleashed what is apparently its final full-length trailer before the film's impending release next month.

In keeping with the continuing promotional strategy for this sequel, we're treated to quite a bit of awe-inspiring new footage that leaves us fans in, well...awe. Yet, it's a state that wears off afterwards when we realize that we still don't know anything more about the film than we did before we saw the clip. (A feeling which fans who followed director, J.J. Abrams' legendary TV drama, Lost might know all too well.) However, this trailer certainly does bring a lot to the table for hype-hoarders looking for that quick fix of previously unseen milliseconds.

While the trailer starts with the standard narrative we've been seeing of a cocky young Captain Kirk (Chris Pine) getting lectured on the state of that cockiness by his ship's former Captain, Christopher Pike (Bruce Greenwood), it then veers off into the varied acts of explosive futuristic terror waged by the film's deep-voiced villain, in the mysterious John Harrison (Benedict Cumberbatch). Clearly, Kirk and company get more than they bargained for when the brash Captain volunteers everyone for the pursuit of this powerful and vengeance-fueled individual and it results in the iconic Enterprise taking a nosedive into the neighboring waters of Alcatraz in San Francisco. (After crashing through the historic penitentiary.) However, like all heroes who fall, the eventual rise is made ever more satisfying and that, indeed, is what we get. Unlike the previous trailers which sported similar footage, the "rise" aspect is put into better context this time around.

Star Trek Into Darkness rises from the sea to hit John Harrison so hard, he might admit who he really is and sport a Ricardo Montalban accent when it hits theaters on May 17. (Although I still say he's a mutant Tribble.)

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Reboot Casts Splinter

Ninja Turtles, next year's reboot of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise has acquired the fearsome foursome's furry father figure. Actor, Danny Woodburn has been cast as the team's mutated rat mentor, Splinter.

Perhaps one of the, if not the most consistently visible little people actors working in the entertainment industry, Woodburn has a vast array of television and film appearances like last year's Mirror Mirror attributed. However, he's probably still best remembered as Kramer's buddy, Mickey Abbot on Seinfeld, who was once blackballed by his peers of child actor stand-ins when it was exposed that he "lifts." He now takes a key role in this Michael Bay-produced blockbuster of the sewer-dwelling sensei who, as the classic theme song indicated, "taught them to be ninja teens."

No details have been revealed on how the Splinter character, who typically sports a Japanese accent will be reflected in this film. Various versions of Splinter have drastically different origin tales with the original comic books and 1990 film portraying him as a murdered karate master's pet rat who learns his master's moves and is eventually mutated. Others, like the classic animated series, as well as the current one on Nickelodeon portray Splinter as the human karate master himself who was mutated into a human rat. Considering that producer, Michael Bay has hinted that the Turtles could be aliens of some kind, this film might completely reinvent Splinter's story.

At this point, Woodburn joins a cast featuring his character's adopted sons and reptilian rookies, Leonardo (Pete Ploszek), Raphael (Alan Ritchson), Michelangelo (Noel Fisher), and Donatello (Jeremy Howard), who will also be joined by (as evidence from recent photos,) a rapturously-red-headed version of actress, Megan Fox playing the franchise's signature damsel, April O'Neil. Comedy star, Will Arnett has also been recently confirmed for the cast for a yet-to-be-revealed- character.

Ninja Turtles revs up the Party Wagon for a trip to hit theaters on June 6, 2014.



The Amazing Spider-Man 2: First Look At Jamie Foxx As Electro

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 has unveiled actor, Jamie Foxx as voltage-infused villain, Electro. While shooting in New York City's Times Square yesterday, the proverbial cat was out of the bag when a flood of photos surfaced showing Foxx's take on the classic comic book villain...glowing blue and veiny, sporting a hoodie.

It was certainly no big secret that Foxx would be coming into this role in director, Marc Webb's reboot-sequel with the intent of a drastic reinvention from the green and yellow spandex spark-shooting villain we knew from the pages of the comic books. The luminescent blue look (contributed by lights installed under the hoodie) does seem to be inspired from Electro's look in Marvel Comics' "Ultimate" universe and in all likelihood, what we're seeing physically is only half the final look. Do not be surprised to see the final product display him amidst loads of digital effects with popping sparks and pulsating lights. As Foxx previously described his getup to Blackfilm back in December:

"It won’t be green and yellow. It will be a different color. They (the producers) want something for the future. They want to have it more grounded and not as comic book-y, so it won’t be green and yellow. They want to try new things, like a liquid rubber and things like that, and there are all these bolts and stuff in my arms when they are hanging me upside down and trying to figure out what happen. How did he become this way? So, it will be some new stuff."

One thing that will be somewhat consistent with the more popular classic comic book rendition of the Electro character is the idea of his origin being somewhat of a sympathetic victim tale. He was previously known just as an Average Joe blue collar worker named Max Dillon, whose wife left him due to an apparent lack of ambition. That all changed when an accident transformed him into a living electrical capacitor. Endowed with incredible electrical powers, he became the deranged villain we all know. You get the sense from looking at Foxx that these scenes in the hoodie are probably the initial post-transformation period where he's still running scared.

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 sports villainy resembling a walking motel room stain in a black-light at theaters on May 2, 2014. Check out a few more pics of Foxx as Electro below!

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X-Men: Days Of Future Past: First Look At Patrick Stewart's Return

X-Men: Days of Future Past has provided yet another important cast member glimpse. Director, Bryan Singer, as usual, took to tweeting set photos, this time revealing Patrick Stewart in his return as the team's tactful telepathic leader, Professor Charles Xavier.

While Singer has been dutifully tweeting images of various set pieces and recently of Nicholas Hoult as Beast, this raw image displaying the back of that famously follicle-free face sends the message loud and clear that this film will serve as the conduit between the two seemingly different movie canons of the X-Men trilogy started with Singer's 2000 film and the rebooted 2011 effort, X-Men: First Class. Of course, in adhering to that mandate, expect to see Stewart share the screen and a name with another Charles Xavier; the younger one from years past played by James McAvoy in First Class.

In this first image, we see Stewart sporting a black jacket with white straps positioned vertically on the shoulder blades. Either Patrick Stewart happened to be wearing some bizarre rejected Captain Picard couture, or this pic might have also given us our first extremely limited glimpse at the new style of uniforms that the X-Men team (the one from latter days) will sport as they go into battle in a timeline-altered dystopia where mutants are hunted by an army of giant humanoid robots called Sentinels. Of course, he won't be short of help since Hugh Jackman's Wolverine, Halle Berry's Storm, Ellen Page's Kitty Pryde, and array of other returning cast members from the X-Men trilogy join him in battle and he may even get some help from a former rival in Ian McKellen's Magneto. Meanwhile, back in the 1970's theater of the film, Michael Fassbender's younger Magneto, Jennifer Lawrence's Mystique and a bevy other cast members from First Class hold down the fort in past.

X-Men: Days of Future Past tries its best to bring the big shoulder look back when it hits theaters on July 18, 2014.


The Hunger Games: Catching Fire: Debut Trailer Hits

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire has finally satiated Suzanne Collins fans by dropping its debut trailer last night on the MTV Movie Awards and now the web, just as Peeta Mellark would drop a marble rye in the mud.

When we last left our doting District 12 tributes, they gave the system a proverbial middle finger by breaking the rules of the 74th Hunger Games by, you know, living. That feat by Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) and Peeta Mellark (Josh Hutcherson) was accomplished with a concocted courtship, which stirred the once-ravaged and beaten population towards seeing that the rule of the Capitol government and its disingenuous director, President Snow (Donald Sutherland) is not quite as powerful as they once thought, which apparently scares the crap out of them. It is this aspect that seems to be the prevailing theme of this debut trailer. The sinister Snow, now colluding with a new head gamemaker (seeing as the last one apparently met a "berry" ignominious death,) named Plutarch Heavensbee (Philip Seymour Hoffman), seems to have a multitude of malicious machinations designed to fix this PR nightmare.

The trailer won't exactly leaving you hanging about the motives of the sinister Snow and Heavensbee. They want Katniss and Peeta DEAD...but they have to play it cool and calculated so as to not aggravate the newly-perked proletariat. While we see the plan go into action that's making people Katniss cares about (i.e. the dudes in her life stuck in "the friend zone") suffer like Gale Hawthorne (Liam Hemsworth), it's evidently designed to chip away at the empowering nature of the heroic District 12 twosome. Eventually, the evil undynamic duo also come to the conclusion that ALL of the existing winners of past Hunger Games could represent similar potential threats and the trailer concludes with the part of the plan which will dominate the film: The 75th Hunger Games' "Quarter Quell" twist, which will bring back each and every one of them...to die.

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire tries to eliminate beacons of hope with extreme prejudice when it hits theaters on November 22. Check out the debut trailer below...now!

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Man of Steel, this summer's big screen Superman smash has released a static-soaked sneak peak giving fans the debut of Michael Shannon's villainous General Zod...well, his voice, anyway.

The video seems to be in theme with a recently-launched viral campaign that was supported by billboards sporting similar static-laden visuals which carried ambiguous messages like "I will find him," directing fans to a similarly-named (and similarly-ambiguous) site. While the video might not bring much to the table as far as visual aesthetics, it does give us an introduction to the escaped Kryptonian war criminal and even manages to convey his maniacal motivations, which are clear: He wants Henry Cavill's Kal-El, aka Clark Kent, aka Superman to surrender to him, or he and his killer Kryptonian cohorts destroy our good Earth. (And if precedence counts for anything, a good "kneel" probably wouldn't hurt either.)

As we await the impending arrival of a substantive new trailer (the first since December,) this viral full of Zod vitriol may not exactly be as dramatic as a raid of the White House and subjugation of the U.S. made by the last big screen incarnation of Zod played by Terence Stamp in 1981's Superman II. However, it certainly leaves us more in the know about where the villain is heading. (Although, the static is, by default, more fashionably sensible than Stamp's black disco jumpsuit.)

Man of Steel threatens the world with the specter of horrible bandwidth at theaters on June 14.

Iron Man 3 tangles with a tour de force of terror in a just little over two weeks. However, the cavalcade of new clips keeps coming in as if we weren't already sold. At the MTV Movie Awards last night (where sister film, The Avengers cleaned up nicely), the latest sneak peak was unveiled spotlighting one of the signature moments in the various trailers we've been seeing: The sinking of Iron Man's seaside pad.

The next time you might find yourself off-put at home by the occasional pushy salesperson, cookie sale extorting Girl's Scout, or flyer-wielding church crier, just keep in mind that Tony Stark has to worry about combat helicopters armed to the teeth showing up at his doorstep, which tends to turn one's place into Swiss cheese. Indeed, the eccentric electronics genius has been put in a proverbial pickle as he struggles to gets his gear going. However, while some might keep a gun or pepper spray handy for home security, Tony prefers his preventative measures to be more musically inclined, as he subjects one of the would-be attacking crafts to a fate more befitting of Daffy Duck.

These goons, likely sent on behalf of The Mandarin might eventually send Tony's paradise pad plummeting into the rough seas, but he'll certainly make sure that some of them meet death by keys. -- In the meantime, he'll need to get the settings on this new prototype armor situated and in all likelihood, install extensive updates for Adobe Flash before he can do some real damage.

Iron Man 3 weaponizes instruments when it hits theaters on May 3.

Thor: The Dark World: Description Of Trailer Surfaces

Thor: The Dark World allegedly dropped some major goodies for attendees of yesterday's 2013 Disney Consumer Show in Mexico City, Mexico, namely the trailer! -- Oh,don't get your hopes up just yet, Norse God Groupies, that thunderous treat has not been released and apparently, those who did witness it were watched carefully for recording devices. However, a fairly comprehensive description of said trailer has surfaced from a Facebook for MarvelComicsMexico.

Presented after Marvel International Vice-President, Nigel Cook took the podium of a conference yesterday, it was also allegedly revealed that the trailer will make its proper debut "in 15 days." Or, in other words, April 26, the day Iron Man 3 hits theaters in Mexico. The pairing certainly makes a lot of sense with the film's release just over six months down the pike.

The witness account paints a picture of grandiose battles, a heartfelt reunion between Chris Hemsworth's Thor and Natalie Portman's Jane Foster, more grandiose battles, and some insight into the torrential toughness of the film's dark elven villain, Malekith the Accursed played by former Doctor Who, Christopher Eccleston. It seems that the overpowering Asgardian prince may have bitten off more than he can chew when he calls out Malekith and it might be Jane Foster who pays the price.

Thor: The Dark World gets ready to hammer dark elves so hard they'll have to make ends meet by baking cookies when it hits theaters on November 8. Check out the full MarvelComicsMexico description below!

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The Wolverine: New Poster Slices You In Half

This summer's X-Man solo sequel, The Wolverine continues its trend of releasing posters featuring a shirtless Hugh Jackman looking buff and badass with this new Japanese poster showing a sword-wielding Logan with bad intentions written all over his face. 

The aim of the film's marketing team may have been either to tap into sex appeal or cater to an ever-growing militant anti-shirt movement. Coming off the long-awaited debut trailer which finally brings to light many of its important themes, this poster, while giving us more of the same, may, in a bizarre way, actually reflect the film the most deeply of all the "shirtless screaming Jackman" posters we've been getting.

In a quasi-avant-garde way, the katana Logan simultaneously wields with his signature claws for obliterating overkill effect seems to split the duel paths he will be forced to embrace. With Japanese characters representing "death" on the grim, blood-splattered left side and "life" on the glowingly hopeful right side, it manages to convey just how much of an existential crossroads Logan will come towards in this film regarding his own mutant-endowed virtual immortality. As we learned in the trailer, death is seemingly the "gift" that he could be granted, but certainly, he will learn that life still has good things to offer. -- Also, as previously mentioned, we have a shirtless Hugh Jackman. Soak it up, ladies.

The Wolverine relocates the war on shirts to Japan for bloody battles full of ninjas, samurai, and areolas when it hits theaters on July 26. Check out the poster below!

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Captain America: The Winter Soldier: Is This Cap's New Outfit?

Captain America: The Winter Soldier will have our serum-soaked super soldier going into battle with entirely new digs and apparently a scooper for ComicBookMovie may have revealed Cap's redesigned look by way of some new uncovered concept art.

When the first official photo for the unfrozen fighter's sequel hit earlier this week, there were noticeable differences draping Chris Evans' costumed crusader, despite the fact he was covered in shadows. Most noble among them, were the gloves, which were quite visibly shorter than the ones he sported in his previous appearances, also featuring exposed fingertips. That visual clue fueled speculation that Cap would be coming into this film with a costume possibly inspired by his appearance in the pages of Marvel Comics' "Heroic Age" storyline in 2010. While technically, it was a costume that a newly-resurrected Steve Rogers sported while his former sidekick and Winter Soldier, Bucky Barnes briefly cavorted as Captain America, it was still a popular entry in the annals of Captain America couture.

While the verdict verifying the authenticity of this costume is still not quite delivered (it could just end up being unused concept art,) we do know that changes of some kind are in store for Cap's costume. While his bright blue and red jumpsuit in The Avengers last year sported a more comic-book-friendly look, it did manage to divide audiences. This hybrid version seems to tap into the lighter, more utilitarian aspects of what he wore in 2011's Captain America: The First Avenger.

Captain America: The Winter Soldier rejects Easter Egg color schemes when it hits theaters on April 4, 2014. Check out the full picture of this (possible) sneak peak at Captain America's new look!

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Star Wars: Episode VII: Anthony Daniels Talks C-3PO Return

Star Wars: Episode VII continues to be the center of casting rumors beginning with practically an ordered list of Original Trilogy veterans. After a recent interview with Digital Spy, the latest name to come in focus is Anthony Daniels, who played prissy protocol droid, C-3PO in all six existing films.

While avoiding any bold declarations made in jest like the one by Carrie Fisher last month which blogs and major media outlets mistook as an official confirmation of her return, Daniels took a more subtle approach when fielding the inevitable Episode VII question. Daniels speaks in all frankness about how early it is in the process, but he certainly is letting it be known that should the phone ring, he'll have no reservations with the possibility of jumping back into his gold-plated gear.

"Look, it's all very early days and I don't want to wear anybody out by speculating or letting you waste your energy by saying 'What do you think?" Adding: "I'm certainly not sitting by the phone, but it's always nice when it rings. Do you know what I mean?"

The actor was also asked to comment on the whole changing of the guard over at Lucasfilm with Kathleen Kennedy, the shift to the Disney banner, and the prospects of Episode VII director, J.J. Abrams. The glowing collection of compliments that ensued could be perceived as a "hint" that Daniels, possibly kissing the proverbial ring, might already be secretly locked in, just as reports on Harrison Ford's status have implied. On the Disney acquisition and naming of its new caretaker, Daniels states it's "wonderful," adding:

"It never occurred to me that it would happen. Everybody's really happy that Disney have taken over the mantle. Kathy Kennedy is so well loved and she is carrying George Lucas's [sic] torch so much further."

On the franchise sequel's new director, Daniels comments:

"The old Star Trek thing is pretty good isn't it? He [Abrams] clearly knows how to make it all work and put it all together. But again that's pie-in-the-sky to a certain extent that is the future."

Of the various speculations about returning cast members, the idea of Daniels returning as C-3PO is probably the most likely of them all. Perhaps no other character truly represents the official Star Wars stamp like the bumbling bot and his astromech companion, R2-D2 played by Kenny Baker. In fact, there's no realistic scenario where the duo are NOT in this film. Even if the film's plot is somehow gleaned from various sources in the Expanded Universe of novels and comic books, there is definitely an established place for the ersatz Ewok deity.

Star Wars: Episode VII reiterates the dangers of trusting strange computers when it hits theaters sometime in 2015.


The Tomb: Stallone And Schwarzenegger Movie Gets Title Change

It seems that when Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger team up this fall for a prison break drama that was called The Tomb, the film will be graced with a new title: Escape Plan. Additionally, its release date has been bumped-up from September 27 to the new date of September 13.

While no reason has been given, one must assume that a film featuring an on-screen duo of two of the biggest action stars in history might want to stick to titles that are not quite so grim and depressing. The new title does seem to be more straightforward and plot-descriptive with a helpful verb conveying action. While it may not be the most creative brainchild, "Escape Plan" does seem to be an improvement.

The film depicts Stallone as Ray Breslin, an architectural expert in the design of prisons who is framed for a serious crime and thrust into a hidden lock-up of his own design that's considered his Mona Lisa. There, he strikes up an unlikely alliance with a notorious cybercriminal (or, as he will pronounce it, "cybahcreemeenul") named Emil Rottmayer played by Schwarzenegger, who, say what you will, is at least TRYING to expand his acting repertoire. Together, with the help of another incarcerated computer wiz, Hush played by Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson, they will attempt an epic prison break while fighting off a twisted warden played by Jim Caviezel and his corrections officer henchman played by Vinnie Jones.

The film was certainly greenlit during more auspicious times for the "80's action stars making a comeback" era after The Expendables films made a significant box-office impact. However, after early 2013 solo experiments in Schwarzenegger's The Last Stand and Stallone's Bullet to the Head embarrassingly underperformed, the film title "Escape Plan" might actually be a nod to something the studio wish it had. -- With that being said, it's tough to predict how the film will fare. This will actually be the first proper on-screen team-up between Stallone and Schwarzenegger, minus the large cast of Expendables alpha males. It could still have potential to work if it contains some accessible chemistry. It will need it since its revised release date puts it against genre peers in Machete Kills and Insidious Part 2.

Escape Plan tries to break the aging action hero genre out of solitary when it hits theaters on September 13.


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