First Glimpse Of New Iron Man 2 Footage, Plus Leonard Nimoy Returns To Fringe

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A new Iron Man 2 video gives us Whiplash, Fringe flashbacks give us a second look at Leonard Nimoy, and Doctor Who set photos provide another glimpse of the new Doctor. Plus Toy Story 3, Supernatural, Dollhouse, Lost and Pandorum.


Iron Man 2:

Entertainment Tonight debuts some new footage from their Iron Man 2 set visit on Thursday, and they put out this brief teaser video, in which you can just glimpse the racetrack scene we've heard so much about — including a few split-second glimpses of Whiplash, and some flames.


Toy Story 3

We won't see the full Toy Story 3 trailer until the release of the Toy Story double feature, but GeekTyrant has snagged a description of what we can expect from the third film:

[The new trailer shows] Woody and the gang at Sunnyside Daycare. Where life among the toddlers looks like something out of "Lord of the Flies." … Buzz and Co. get absolutely brutalized by these 3-year-olds. Which is why they decide that "We're busting out of here." The only problem is – during their initial escape attempt – the Space Ranger gets severely damaged. To the point that Woody & friends are forced to hit Lightyear's reset button. Which then puts Buzz into Spanish-speaking mode. … When Buzz is in Spanish-speaking mode – he then becomes this hot-blooded, flamenco-dancing romantic figure prone to grand gestures. Which Jessie winds up being quite taken with.



Writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick say we'll be dropped into the middle of the zombie apocalypse, without seeing how it all began. [ShockTillYouDrop]



Here are some promo images for the season's fourth episode, "The End," in which Dean finds himself five years in the future during a zombie apocalypse:


[SF Universe]

The ninth episode, "The Real Ghostbusters," will featur Demian, a short, chubby copier repairman who's nerdy on the outside, but sensitive and heroic on the inside. We'll also meet Demian's friend Barnes, a gawky stereo salesman who also has heroic aspirations and a surprisingly courageous side. [Spoiler TV]


Doctor Who

Presumably, neither the robe nor the gigantic North Face jacket are part of the new wardrobe:


[Digital Spy]


Here is the description for the third episode, "Belle Chose:"

Echo and Victor's imprints collide when Echo is sent on an assignment as a fun-loving, seductive college student and Victor is imprinted as the psychotic nephew of a Dollhouse shareholder (guest star Michael Hogan).


[Spoiler TV]

And below are images from the episode, complete with croquet mallet-wielding Echo:


[Spoiler TV]

Episode seven, "Meet Jane Doe," will include a sheriff by the name of Rand, a Texas good ol' boy. [Spoiler TV]



Another filming location was spotted, this time at St. Francis West in Hawaii. [LOST Spoilers]


The title of the fourth episode will be "The Substitute." Rumor has it the episode will focus on Locke. There is some speculation that we will be seeing a false Locke who will be revealed to be a shapeshifter. [Ausiello]


In an interview with MTV, Cam Gigandet offers more details about the space madness thriller:

It's basically a deep-space syndrome that people get, a type of psychosis. There's all sorts of symptoms, whether it's paranoia, you're seeing things, hallucinating, dreaming up all sorts of weird scenarios. It's something that, when you have it, you aren't aware that you have it... Yeah, and they all have no memories. This crew, this capsule or sleeping pod that they're in ... when you're in there for long enough and it preserves your life, you end up losing your memory. While they're trying to figure out all this stuff, they don't know what happened in the past, where they've been, what they've done. Any of that stuff. So you're always suspicious of everyone ... that's one of the cool things about this movie. They're always suspicious, and slowly their memory starts coming back. It's like this puzzle that they put together.


He also mentions the movie's monsters and says that the reason for the monsters' existence is more interesting than the actual monsters. [MTV Movie News]

Stargate Universe

Meet Eli in Sky1's promo:



We'll get another dose of Leonard Nimoy and more on Olivia's past in the fourth episode, "Momentum Deferred:"

Recuperating from the traumatic and alarming meeting with Massive Dynamic founder William Bell (guest star Nimoy), Agent Dunham consumes a powerful "fringe" concoction that Dr. Bishop prescribes to stimulate her memory. Meanwhile, the Fringe Division investigates a series of robbery cases that are tied to shape-shifting. As clues are tracked and memories are jogged, another woman experimented on by Dr. Bishop is introduced and a flashback reveals more about Olivia's visit to the alternate reality.


[Fringe Spoilers]

Plus, stills from the episode with Nimoy and Charlie-who-isn't-Charlie:

[Spoiler TV]


NBC delivers a new promo for next week's episode "Ink:"



The fifth episode of the season will be called "Chuck vs. First Class." [ChuckTV]


New Moon

Taylor Lautner has his shirt off yet again, while Robert Pattinson is fully clothed with shining eyes:

[MTV Movies Blog]


Cam Gigandet also talks a bit about Priest, in which he plays a part-vampire sheriff:

It's like a Western set in this alternate reality where you have these creatures, these vampire-like people. It's like The Searchers. It's a journey movie. You can look at it from a horror point of view, but we've always thought of it as a story of these people on a journey, coming into their own. That's what my character does. He starts off as someone who's scarified so much and been thrown into this world that he didn't choose. And he grows into a man who can take care of himself and is confident in his choices.



Additional reporting by Alexis Brown.


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Croatoa? WTF Supernatural? Then I looked closer and saw it was Croatoan as in Roanoke Island's "The Lost Colony". Not a 100 Bullets reference as I thought at first.