We all expected that the forthcoming Batman movie, The Dark Knight Rises, would be the last from director Chris Nolan and his Bruce Wayne, Christian Bale.
But Bale has hinted he would be up for a fourth installment of the Bat-franchise, should the story "be interesting enough".
If nothing else, it suggests the Caped Crusader doesn't end up dead at the end of the threequel – as some insiders had suggested.
Director Ridley Scott, who's about to unleash his latest sci-fi epic Prometheus on the world – see opposite – has stated he'd like Harrison Ford to return for his planned Blade Runner sequel.
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Ford, who played futuristic policeman Deckard in the original, could feature in a cameo role.
The first trailer from the forthcoming big screen production of Les Miserables has arrived on the internet.
The massive-looking Tom Hooper-helmed production, based on the renown Cameron Mackintosh stage musical, stars Hugh Jackman as wronged hero Jean Valjean and Russell Crowe as his nemesis Inspector Javert.
The movie is due to hit cinema screens this Christmas.
Bring him home?
Michelle Pfeiffer is in talks top join darkly comic tale Maltavita for director Luc Besson.
Robert de Niro has already signed on to play a mafioso who is moved to France under the witness relocation scheme, but can't escape his old gangland life or unique approach to problem solving.
Pfeiffer is set to play the mobster's wife, who also happens to be a pyromaniac.