Catching you up on some of our favorite things to come out of Hollywood this week:

Emily Blunt and Charlize Theron in The Huntsman: Winter’s War

Last week at CinemaCon, studios released endless amounts of exciting new content behind closed doors to convention-goers. But now the public is getting its turn to see the latest from Hollywood starting with new teasers and trailers from Doctor Strange, Warcraft, Neighbors 2, The Girl on a Train, The Magnificent Seven, and X-Men: Apocalypse.

The Jungle Book proved it’s the king of the box office this past weekend by scoring the second highest April opening weekend with $103.3 million. (Deadline)

With a little over two weeks until the next great superhero battle, Captain America: Civil War is primed for a $175+ million opening. (Variety)

Warner Bros. has shuffled two major studio tentpole datesWonder Woman gets pushed up three weeks from its originally scheduled release date to June 2, 2017 while the studio’s version of Jungle Book: Origins, directed by Andy Serkis, is being pushed back a year to October 19, 2018. (The Wrap)

The Weinstein Company released the first teaser trailer for Hands of Stones which follows the life and career of legendary Panamanian boxer Roberto Durán (Edgar Ramirez). Robert De Niro and Usher Raymond IV also star. (\Film)

Take your first look at Elizabeth Bank as villain Rita Repulsa in the upcoming Power Rangers movie. (Entertainment Weekly)

Daisy Ridley and J.J. Abrams are reuniting for a new film project – the fantasy thriller Kolma. (Newsweek)

The ever-popular Pokémon just celebrated its 20th anniversary (with a Super Bowl commercial no less) and now could make its way to the big screen as Sony, Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures reportedly are all vying to secure the film rights for the live-action remake. (IGN)

Tony Stark has always been big fan of Audi, so it’s no surprise we’ll see him in one in next month’s Captain America: Civil War. However, unlike past Marvel films, the car brand will play a much larger role. Civil War directors Anthony and Joe Russo created a short film using some new chase scene footage from the film alongside an unsuspecting family of four taking a drive in their Audi SQ7. (USA Today)

Both Charlize Theron and Scott Eastwood has been officially confirmed for the eighth Fast and Furious installment. (Yahoo)

Opening this weekend:  The Huntsman: Winter’s War and Elvis & Nixon (limited)


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