Here are a few of the big stories and trailers from this week.
Oblivion director Joseph Kosinski is in talks to direct The Twilight Zone for Warner Bros. The project has been in development for almost two years with Chrstopher Nolan, Alfonso Cuaron, Matt Reeves and even Michael Bay at one time being either attached or rumored to direct. [The Wrap]
Universal has announced that Ted 2 will arrive in theaters on April 3, 2015.
Bradley Cooper may play Lance Armstrong in yet another biopic, this one titled Red-Blooded American. To date, there are three Lance Armstrong movies in production. There is an outside chance that Cooper may pass on the Armstrong role and instead play Tyler Hamilton, a former teammate who later spoke out against him. There is no release date set for the film.
Check out the first trailer for the new Hayao Miyazaki/Studio Ghibli movie The Wind Rises.
DisneyNature released the first trailer and poster for its upcoming family movie Bears. The film will arrive in theaters on April 18.
For those of you who were looking forward to Jeff Bridges throwing down with CGI dragons and monsters in Seventh Son, bad news. As part of the transition of Legendary Pictures' movies from Warner Bros. to Universal, Seventh Son has been bumped from its January 2014 release date. Universal will announce a new release date soon.
Speaking of movies being bumped back, the Michael Bay-produced Ninja Turtles reboot has been rescheduled again. Now you'll have to wait until August 8, 2014 before watching Megan Fox jump around on a trampoline.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire revealed two new Capitol Couture posters earlier this week.