Ahead of SG50, the 50th anniversary of Singapore's independence, production will soon begin on '1965', a film that will delve into Singapore history in a way that has never been done before. Directed by Randy Ang from a script by Andrew Ngin, '1965' tells the stories of immigrants and natives in the years leading up to 1965 - all of whom were part of history in the making, their everyday lives reflecting a country in turmoil and a society divided by racial violence.
The long-anticipated sequel to Disney's Alice in Wonderland (2010) has finally begun production in England, with pretty much of the original cast returning. James Bobin (The Muppets) takes over directing duties from Tim Burton, who'll remain as producer of the film.
No need for endless speculation anymore.
Marvel Studios has just unveiled their trailer to their superhero pet project, The Avengers. We think it looks pretty good, and all the stars look amazing in their respective outfits. Here are a few things we can glean from the trailer.

1) Chris Evans' Captain America and Robert Downey Jr.'s Tony Stark, aka Iron Man, will not get along at first. Which makes sense, since both of them have completely different personalities.
The popular social media personality from Singapore will be making her first ever movie appearance.
20th Century Fox has unleashed the first official photo of Hugh Jackman as Wolverine in next year's The Wolverine. No official synopsis has been released so far, but we know the plot involves Wolverine travelling to Japan to train with a samurai warrior. Watch this space for more updates. Directed by James Mangold, the film will see a worldwide release on 26 July 2013.
You have seen the first trailer and the handful of movie stills we posted a while ago. And the man himself, director Ridley Scott, has come forward to explain the premise of the film, not quite a prequel or sequel to Alien but yet with "strangs of Alien's DNA". If you're confused, we're equally puzzled too - which strangely adds to the allure. Check out the trailer and his commetary/synopsis after the jump...
It's all about clashes between superheroes this spring

The LA Times has reported that Sony will be moving forward with a Steve Jobs movie based on a biography written by Walter Isaacson, who recently went on television to be interviewed about his book. Apparently, one of the writers being courted by producers to pen his story, according to a person who was briefed on the project but not authorized to speak about it publicly, is Aaron Sorkin.

The official movie poster and trailer of Filial Party have been unveiled. Directed by Boris Boo, the locally produced film stars Christopher Lee李铭顺, Mark Lee 李国煌, Kym Ng 钟琴, Guo Liang郭亮, Richard Low刘谦益, Irene Ang洪爱玲, Jimmy T, Hayley Woo 胡佳嬑, getai legendary artiste Liu Ling Ling刘玲玲, and Ann Kok...
One of China's most popular actress, Zhou Xun proves that she's not just another pretty face by stepping behind the camera to direct Tony Leung Chiu Wai in her debut short film, Five Demon Traps.

Zhou recruited her co-star in The Great Magician to play a demon hunter after having hit upon the story idea during the filming of The Great Magician. Watch the trailer after the jump!

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