The image comes at us courtesy of Warner Bros. via Coming Soon, and it's got us super excited for the epic Room of Requirements scene we've had teased in the earlier trailer. Also released was an ultra-dramatic shot of Harry, Ron and Hermione, though we're a bit confused as to why Ron looks so bored.
After the jump, you can check out the new "Cowboys & Aliens" trailer, find out what could be the name for Judd Apatow's upcoming "Knocked Up" sequel, and see the newest "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" poster.
Cowboys Meet, Well, Aliens
A brand spanking new trailer for "Cowboys & Aliens" has us counting down the days until July 29, and features lots of great action and plenty enough Olivia Wilde for any interested fanboy. Oh, and did we mention it stars James Bond and Indiana Jones? Because it does.
"Knocked Up" Sequel Might Be Called "This Is Forty"
Sounds like Judd Apatow has a thing for his forties. Coming Soon got the word that the "40-Year-Old Virgin" director is planning on calling his "Knocked Up" sequel "This Is Forty." There's no confirmation on the scoop yet, but it sounds like something relatively believable. The flick is set to start filming in June.
New "Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" Poster
Where he's going, he doesn't need titles on his newest film's poster. Johnny Depp covers the latest Fandango exclusive "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" poster, which heralds its May 20 arrival into IMAX 3D. What with all the burning ships in the background, we're guessing this is going to be one messy adventure.
First Look At "Jack The Giant Killer"
Filming is underway for Bryan Singer's latest fantasy adventure, "Jack the Giant Killer," and The Daily Mail got their hands on some images featuring Ewan McGregor and Eddie Marsan in full giant-slaying regalia. No sign of Nicholas Hoult as the titular Jack, though we're sure an image will be hitting the web of him some day soon.
Robert Zemeckis Venturing Again Into R-Rated Animation
What with "Yellow Submarine" getting cancelled, director Robert Zemeckis is looking to try his hand at some animation that is a bit more gritty. Variety broke the news that Zemeckis is looking to helm an adaptation of Chuck Sambuchino's book "How To Survive A Gnome Attack" for Sony Animation. No screenwriter is attached to the project yet.
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