The Weekly Ketchup: New Iron Man Photo, Superman Comings And Goings, New Bond Femme Fatale

Also, Cloverfield goodies and the first shots of Lost Boys 2: The Tribe.

In this week's Ketchup, a new Iron Man still appears for those patiently awaiting the May blockbuster, rumors about the cast and director of the Superman Returns sequel, and shots of the highly (?) anticipated sequel to The Lost Boys hit the web.

This Week's Top News:

New Iron Man Photo Online!
The Dark Knight has been stealing all the superhero buzz lately, but Jon Favreau's Iron Man is still one of the most hotly anticipated movies of 2008 -- and look, here's another shot of Robert Downey Jr. in action to remind us why!

Bryan Singer, Brandon Routh Leaving Superman Returns Sequel?
Depending on what week it is, and which rumor you believe, Bryan Singer has either spent the last year and a half preparing to buckle down and get to work on the sequel to Superman Returns, or he's continually put it off in favor of other projects. Well, now we can add a new rumor to the list: Singer won't be directing the sequel at all.

First Shots of Corey Feldman in Lost Boys 2 Online
The movie that Corey Haim has been waiting 20 years to see is finally on its way!

New Cloverfield Stills, TV Spots, Production Notes Online
With a little over a week to go before Cloverfield reaches theaters, it's time for the hype machine to kick into high gear -- which is why you've got a whole bunch of new J.J. Abrams-produced monster-movie goodness to feast your eyes on this morning!

Olga Kurylenko Is Bond 22's Femme Fatale
Just days after the announcement of Gemma Arterton's casting stirred rumors that she was the new "Bond girl," Columbia Pictures has issued a statement introducing the world to Daniel Craig's leading lady for Bond 22: Ukrainian actress Olga Kurylenko, most recently seen in Hitman.

Robert Downey, Jr., as a rich guy with way too much time on his hands.

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Jack Essenberg

Wow a very slow week in movies, the Iron Man image is the only good thing.

Jan 11 - 05:39 PM


Rocky Davies

I don't know where to comment on the new Beta Rotten Tomatoes site, but since you link to it here, I'll comment here. I think the current site is a lot cleaner and easier to read than the new beta. All those huge heavy tomato colored banners are harsh on the eyes. It looks quite jumbled. I like the features idea, but it is pretty small. If it is the "features" than shouldn't it be "featured?" Larger and more prominent. Also, I think the majority of us come here for the news, not bio's on community members. News has been pushed down to the bottom. It should be right under the features in a prominent position. For me at least, Rotten Tomatoes is for News and Movie Reviews, that's what I would like to be the focus. All the other junk can be "special features" on the second disc.

Jan 12 - 09:34 AM

Unbreakable Samurai

Unbreakable Samurai

Public Enemies sounds bad as#. Mann, Depp,and Bale together.

Jan 12 - 11:27 AM


jeremy d

MaxFisher14 I'd say Depp and Bale potentially starring together is far greater news than that Iron Man image.

Jan 13 - 02:24 AM

~*Admiral Snowstorm*~

Dominique Amsterdam

Yeah, Public Enemies sounds great. I'm more excited for Bale than Depp, though. Nothing against Depp, but I just think Bale is a far superior actor.

Cirque du Freak sounds potentially awesome as well, too. First of all, John C. Reilly in another starring role. Second, John C. Reilly. And third, Horror-Drama...with John C. Reilly. Sounds like a [potential] recipe for success.

And Nicole Kidman is pregnant? News to me.

Jan 13 - 05:57 AM

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