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

Star Trek Beyond
Zachary Quinto as Commander Spock in Star Trek Beyond.

Paramount Pictures announced that the U.S.S. Enterprise crew will be back for a fourth installment of the Star Trek series, joined by Chris Hemsworth who is confirmed to play Kirk’s father. (Yahoo! Movies)

Things take a chilling turn in the second trailer for The Girl on the Train, as Rachel Watson (Emily Blunt) tries to investigate what happen on the night of Megan Hipwell’s (Haley Bennett) disappearance. (The Wrap)

Entertainment Weekly gave fans a sneak peek at next February’s big-screen adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower – with exclusive content, character analysis of Ronald Deschain (Idris Elba) & Walter Padick (Matthew McConaughey), set images, an interview with Stephen King, and more.

Three days of Star Wars Celebration Europe just wrapped up, and while there were no really big reveals, it was filled with star-studded panels, photo-ops and festivities with new details on upcoming releases including Rouge One, Episode VIII & the untitled Han Solo spinoff with Alden Ehrenreich as a young Han. (Collider)

Speaking of Star Wars Celebration, ILM President Lynwen Brennan let it slip during the Lucasfilm: The Art of Storytelling presentation that the future of the Indiana Jones franchise is also being planned…could there be a multi-platform Indiana Jones cinematic universe? (/Film)

Misty Copeland is confirmed to play the lead ballerina role in Disney’s new live-action The Nutcracker and the Four Realms. (Deadline)

Fans can get to know each member of the Suicide Squad a bit better through these awesome character vignettes along with a new promo highlighting Amanda Waller (Viola Davis) in her role as the team’s ruthless “puppet master.” If early tracking reports and major buzz are any indication, Suicide Squad could bow with a massive $125 million on opening weekend. (Time, Cinema Blend & The Hollywood Reporter)

This week marked the 30th anniversary of James Cameron’s iconic film Aliens. while production officially wrapped on Ridley Scott‘s upcoming film Alien: Covenant. Check out the new images from the set! (

Opening this weekend: Star Trek Beyond & Ice Age: Collison Course.


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