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Daily Recap: Christian Bale, Freida Pinto Frolic on Beach, Marvel Presents 'Phase 2' Logos

Filming is currently underway for Terrence Malick's Knight of Cups and though we've already seen pics featuring Natalie Portman frolicking on the beach with Christian Bale, it now seems like its Freida Pinto's turn. The new set pics also include Wes Bentley. Not much is known about the film other than it will follow a man (Bale) in search of love and truth. The title apparently refers to the tarot card of the same name, which symbolizes romance, charm, jealousy and moodiness. You can see the full slate of images over on Collider. The film is slated for a 2013 or possibly 2014 release.

The sequel to Gareth Edwards' sci-fi indie will take the Monsters infestation to a global level. ShockTilYouDrop found out the synopsis for the sequel, with the film expected to hit theaters sometime in 2013.

Magic Mike is well on it's way to becoming the box office champ when it hits theaters this weekend. But before we get too far ahead of ourselves, check out clips of Channing Tatum, Alex Pettyfer and Olivia Munn as they discuss their characters.

In case you didn't know, there's a reboot of Starship Troopers currently in development and today, producers revealed that the film will be less violent and more faithful to the original book written by Robert Heinlein. [Slash Film]

Marvel has released the logos for their upcoming "Phase 2" films. Nothing too exciting here, as they've just stuck numbers at the end of the title.

Speaking of Marvel, if you're planning on checking out the midnight IMAX screening of The Amazing Spider-Man next week, you'll get one of these posters.

Sony staged a private 3D screening of The Amazing Spider-Man for the German national team prior to their Euro 2012 semi-final match against Italy. [THR]

Martin Scorsese has given up film. His upcoming The Wolf of Wall Street will be shot digitally, but will remain in 2D. His longtime editor Thelma Schoonmaker said in an interview that, "It's a bit sad to see a legend like Scorsese give up film, but the director has never been an outright detractor of the  digital format; he sees value in both film and digital." [Empire]

The first look image of Tom Cruise from Jack Reacher has arrived. The film follows a homicide investigator who digs deeper into a case involving a trained military sniper who shot five random victims. The film is based on a book in Lee Child's crime series and arrives in theaters on December 21.

Comic-Con folks have released the exhibitor's floor map. The full slate of panels is set to be announced on Friday, though we've heard today that The Expendables 2, Dredd, The Possession and The Hobbit are confirmed to appear in Hall H.

Comic book movies are certainly all the rage and with The Avengers crossing $600 million DOMESTICALLY, it seems lesser known characters are getting the big screen treatment. Case in point, The Human Fly is being adapted into a feature film. And no, his nemesis isn't called The Giant Flyswatter. [Deadline]

The first poster for Robot & Frank has landed online. You can check out the trailer here.

Mark Millar tweeted that the Hit Girl comic book series takes place between Kick-Ass and Kick-Ass 2 and will serve as the first act of the new film.

A new NSFW red-band trailer for Hit and Run starring Dax Shepard, Kristen Bell and Bradley Cooper has arrived online, courtesy of Yahoo.

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