Daniel Radcliffe in The Woman in Black and Your Super-Shirtless, Super-Bearded Man of Steel

"The most chilling ghost story of our time?" you say, new trailer for The Woman in Black? We'll be the judge of that. So far it looks like Harry Potter has gone back in time to trudge worriedly through a haunted house stocked with creepy little girls and jump scares. Can't he just retire these spooks to some old paintings on the wall and be done with them, already? Expecto petr-ho-hum, if you ask me. But take a look for yourself, and stick around for more of your Friday Buzz Break.

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• A lawsuit brought by Sgt. Jeffrey Sarver against the filmmakers behind The Hurt Locker has been dismissed. "The Hurt Locker was inspired by many soldiers I met and interviewed during my time reporting in Iraq and elsewhere," said screenwriter Mark Boal in a statement. "It was a disservice to all of those other soldiers for Sgt. Sarver to claim that he was the only soldier that was the basis for the hero of the film." [Movie City News]

• Attention, Starship Troopers fans: The Paul Verhoeven sci-fi cult pic is getting another sequel! (In anime form, directed by Appleseed helmer Shinji Aramaki.) Expect Starship Troopers: Invasion in 2012. [MovieWeb via SlashFilm]

The Crow reboot has lost its latest director, Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, who's taken over the Highlander franchise instead. There can be only one... project at a time. / [Twitch via Collider]

• Whoever this Ruby Rhod cosplayer is, captured in full Fifth Element-inspired glory at the 2011 New York Comic-Con, I love you. [BuzzFeed]

• Finally, for you Superman watchers: Set pics of the super-bearded, but most importantly super-shirtless Henry Cavill on the set of Man of Steel have surfaced. Oh, yes. Man of steel, indeed.


[Den of Geek]


  • The WInchester says:

    How can Superman have a beard?!?!? No razor on Earth would be able to cut his hair!And more importantly, why do I know this? And why do I care?!?

  • 2+2=5 says:

    Well, I recall that general Zod in old Superman movie was rocking a beard too. And Superman does have hair on his head that grows, probably, so Kryptonians do have hair in all kind of places (ew, gross). How do they cut it, what power does their hair possesses, that's interesting. I'm pretty sure there is a website on this magical place called the internet that explains it.