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News Bites: First 'Warcraft' Image; 'Batman vs. Superman' Gets Its Cyborg; Clark Gregg's 'Trust Me' Trailer

Warcraft

Warcraft: Filming on Warcraft, the big-screen version of popular video game World of Warcraft, has begun, and the first image from the set has been released, featuring director Duncan Jones (Moon, Source Code) hard at work. The movie will smash into theaters on March 11, 2016. [Coming Soon]

 

Batman vs. Superman  /  Cyborg

Batman vs. Superman: Because you can never have too many superheroes nowadays, stage actor Ray Fisher has been cast as Cyborg in Zack Snyder's sequel to Man of Steel, unofficially known as Batman vs. Superman. This will mark Fisher's feature acting debut; his character is a member of the Justice League and reportedly will play a "much more signficant" role in future movies set in the Justice League universe. [Variety]

 

Zero Motivation

Tribeca Film Festival: The top prizes at this year's Tribeca Film Festival have been awarded to two military-themed movies. Zero Motivation (pictured above) is a dramatic feature about a unit of young female soldiers in Israel, while Point and Shoot is a documentary that follows an American filmmaker during the civil war in Libya. Paul Schneider (Goodbye to All That) and Valeria Bruni Tedeschi (Human Capital) were honored as Best Actor and Best Actress, respectively. [New York Times]

 

Trust Me Trailer: Undoubtedly, Clark Gregg is best known as Marvel's Agent Coulson, but he's a versatile talent and recently completed his sophomore directorial feature, Trust Me. The first trailer showcases Gregg as a struggling agent for juvenile actors. Lake Bell, William H. Macy, Sam Rockwell and Amanda Peet also star; the movie opens on June 6. [First Showing]



 

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