The Argentinian poster for Peter Jackson's increasingly (maddeningly?) epic The Hobbit trilogy.
Word on the street is that Warner Bros. intends to release an extended edition of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey sometime next year, well after we've already bought the theatrical cut on DVD and Blu-ray.
First of all, where is all of this footage coming from? The book's already stretched thin into three films, and now we're being told there's more? Even if true, it's awfully shady to withhold that extra content from the first disc release.
How's about a little respect, Warners?
With Skyfall bringing Bond back this October, and Daniel Craig signed up for at least two more movies, it's time to spin the rumor mill for 007's next Big Bad.
The big news from an insider source claims that Sherlock star
Bandersnatch Cummerbund Benedict Cumberbatch is "considered perfect Bond villain material," and "the plan is for Benedict to be on board."
If this is true, Cumberbatch will already be established as a baddie -- he's Kirk's enemy for the next Star Trek and terrorizing The Hobbit as Smaug.