New 'Transformers: Dark Of The Moon' Banner Reveals The Villainous Shockwave In Today's Dailies

If you haven't allowed yourself to get excited about "Transformers: Dark of the Moon" yet but you're still a sucker for ass-kicking robots, some new character posters should be enough to put you over the fence.

Mysterious villain Shockwave and heroic Autobots Bumblebee and Optimus Prime stand poised and ready to kick butt against the backdrop of a demolished city, thanks to new banner images debuted on Yahoo Movies. That's a lot of massive mechanical awesomeness!

The rest of today's news is after the jump, including a legal battle facing "The Crow" and talk of Robert Zemeckis' next movie.

The Weinsteins Might Kill "The Crow"

The upcoming Bradley Cooper-starring remake of "The Crow" might be dead in the water before production even begins. Deadline has been following a court case between the Weinstein Company and Relativity Media over who owns the rights to the franchise, and the outcome of that will determine whether the project is ever able to move forward. Depending on where you stand on news of the remake, this could be a good or bad development.

Robert Zemeckis Returns To Live Action

After much hullabaloo about his canceled "Yellow Submarine" project and alleged upcoming R-rated gnome animated flick, Robert Zemeckis is ready to tread back into live action territory. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the "Back To The Future" director is in negotiations to helm the drama "Flight," with Denzel Washington loosely attached to star.

"Dr. Horrible" Might Sing Again

Though the 2008 writer's strike seems to have happened a century ago (it's only been three years), Joss Whedon's personally financed response to the strike, "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog," still remains close to our hearts. The New York Times chatted with the "Avengers" director, who teased that a sequel could be in the near future. "It’s going to be 'Dr. Horrible and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.' And it’s going to be just as good as the other one. I don’t know why people are upset about that title. And by the way, by the time we finish it, Neil [Patrick Harris] will be just as old," Whedon joked before adding, "No, I’m not saying anything."

"Game Of Thrones" Already Getting Emmy Buzz

The Hollywood Reporter ran an article yesterday detailing how they feel that, after one episode, "Game of Thrones" is a heavy-weight Emmy contender, even against its HBO competition "Boardwalk Empire." Not bad considering only the pilot episode has premiered.