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Faora

You've likely already seen the images from Entertainment Weekly's awesome Summer Movie Preview featuring "Man of Steel" front and center. The outlet has recently released the stills in high quality after they debuted in the magazine, giving fans a full look at Faora in her armor.

The villainous Kryptionian looks pretty intimidating in the outfit, which is fairly similar to the one we've seen Zod wearing. Both look a bit more protective than Superman's suit, though his whole indestructible body thing sort of makes up for that.

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Electro

by Brett White

Hello, Electro! Just a few days after picking up the MTV Generation Award at this year's MTV Movie Awards, Jamie Foxx was caught filming "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" in the middle of Times Square in his Electro makeup. I'm pretty sure this shoot took place in the actual Times Square and not the elaborate set recreation in Bethpage, NY, unless director Marc Webb is busing in fans and photographers to document the recording process. So this means that Jamie Foxx made his big debut as Electro just outside our offices and I didn't even catch it.

Electro's look is a drastic departure from the comic, but considering the 2-D Max Dillon wears a green spandex jumpsuit and an enormous lightning bolt mask, this update makes perfect sense. You can make out some lightning bolt-ish veins on Foxx's face, which is a nice nod to the character's signature mask. The makeup itself looks great, so I can't wait to see how it looks on the big screen.

Check out the images below.

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Man of Steel billboard

by Brett White

"Man of Steel's" viral marketing has leaped from the vast expanses of the internet into the physical world (and by "physical world" I mean "billboard"). The digital billboard mimics the static-y images of the newly released General Zod TV spot. The spot itself aired during last night's MTV Movie Awards, giving viewers their first real insight into just what motivates General Zod in "Man of Steel." Check out the other image below.

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RIPD

It doesn't look like Ryan Reynolds will return as Green Lantern anytime soon, and it doesn't look great for "Deadpool" moving forward, either. But neither of those facts can keep the actor away from the comic book movie game for long.

In fact, Reynolds is right back in the thick of it with this summer's "R.I.P.D.," an action-comedy based on the Dark Horse Comics series of the same name. A brand new poster for the film has gone online via Collider, showing Reynolds and co-star Jeff Bridges glowering with guns aglow.

See the full poster below!

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Bryan Singer Cerebro

by Brett White

Bryan Singer does a pretty good job of keeping fans up to date on the "X-Men: Days of Future Past" production schedule, tweeting out casting announcements and rad videos of Ian McKellen winking. His latest tweet gives fans a glimpse at we can only assume is an old friend: Cerebro.

The director himself is shown outside of a spherical set, which we assume is Cerebro (a.k.a. the spherical set). The set piece is monstrous, just the right size to help telepathic mutants make contact with any mutant mind on Earth. We can also assume that this is the original trilogy Cerebro and not the more low-tech version shown in "X-Men: First Class." Unless, of course, Professor X and friends have made some upgrades in the decade that's passed in-universe since the last film.

Check out the full tweet below!

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by Brett White

The IMP Awards has debuted a new Japanese poster for "The Wolverine," one that shows off Logan's dual nature. The only English word on the poster is "samurai," and judging from what I know about Wolverine, the other half probably shows "wild, animalistic killing monster prone to berserker rages." How accurate is that translation?

In addition to the new poster comes a new promo image of Wolverine squaring off against a ninja in the snow. The image reminds us that, yes, there will indeed be ninjas in this film, and that is cause for celebration.

Check out the new promo image and poster below!

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Man of Steel

by Brett White

The promotion around "Man of Steel" is starting to heat up, with the Zack Snyder film's first TV spot debuting just a few days before this issue of Entertainment Weekly hit the stands. The issue seems heavy on the "Man of Steel" content, with Henry Cavill's Superman taking over the cover. The magazine also contains seven new photos from the upcoming film, including clear shots of General Zod and Perry White, and another two glimpses of Amy Adams as Lois Lane (including one where evil Kryptonian Faora is getting a bit too close).

Check out all of the pictures below.

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Mariko

by Brett White

Not to let Twitter Master (and "Amazing Spider-Man 2" director) Marc Webb outdo him, "The Wolverine" director James Mangold has refreshed his Twitter feed with a few new behind the scenes images of the cast and crew of this summer's mutant movie.

The photos show off a number of scenes glimpsed in the film's trailers, including the elaborate funeral and bullet train sequences. Tao Okamoto, who portrays Mariko Yashida, pops up in a photo as well. Check out all the photos below.

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by Brett White

After weeks of tweeting pictures of obscure set details, director Marc Webb has finally given us a taste of the action unfolding on the set of "Amazing Spider-Man 2." A recent tweet depicts a cop that's apparently gotten too close to Electro (played by the unseen Jamie Foxx). Get a look at the full tweet below, as well as a few other recent on-set photos.

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Captain America Shield

by Brett White

The first official image for "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" has arrived along with an extensive synopsis, both courtesy of Marvel. The image itself is quite striking and expertly sums up Cap's internal conflict as he fully steps into the modern world. How will he reconcile the shield behind him and the S.H.I.E.L.D. in front of him?

I have to say, this is a great teaser image for the sequel to "Captain America: The First Avenger." If there was one thing fans wanted more of from "Marvel's the Avengers," it was time-displaced Steve coping with the new world around him. This one image pretty much says, "hey, we're dealing with it now." And that's great.

Check out the full synopsis, and a rundown of its major reveals, below.

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