News Shorts: March 19th 2012

Photos of Daniel Radcliffe in costume as Allan Ginsberg on the set of Kill Your Darlings, and both Ryan Gosling and Rooney Mara at SXSW filming scenes for Terrence Malick’s Lawless.

Photos from Riddick, To Rome with Love, Dark Shadows, G.I. Joe: Retaliation, Chernobyl Diaries, Bernie and Sparkle.

Posters for Dark Shadows, Upside Down, Battleship, 4:44 Last Day on Earth, Chernobyl Diaries, On the Road.

Concept illustrator Phil Saunders talks about the design of Iron Man’s Mark VII suit for The Avengers.

“Christopher Nolan has presented his first cut of the anticipated “The Dark Knight Rises” to top Warner Bros. executives…” (full details)

“The world premiere of Marvel’s “The Avengers” is set to take place on April 11th at Hollywood’s El Capitan Theatre – nearly a month ahead of the U.S. general theatrical release…” (full details)

“Superman: Man of Steel” has a ‘neo-medieval’ back story for Krypton, so costume designer Michael Wilkinson uses the suit design as part of the mythology – ‘Everyone on Krypton wears this suit… It has function and purpose and a logic to this fantastical world'”…” (full details)

“Alex Kurtzman’s directorial debut, the dramedy previously titled “Welcome to People” starring Chris Pine and Elizabeth Banks, has been renamed “People Like Us”…” (full details)

“Woody Allen’s Rome-set film this summer has been retitled from “Nero Fiddled” to “To Rome with Love” while Sony Pictures Classics has set a June 22nd North American release date…” (full details)

“Anthony Michael Hall, Danny Trejo and Mickey Rourke will star in Roel Reine’s revenge western “Dead in Tombstone” which begins filming this week in Bucharest…” (full details)

“Criterion Collection have announced their DVD & Blu-ray releases for June which will include Alfred Hitchcock’s “The 39 Steps”, Danny Boyle’s “Shallow Grave”, Hiroshi Inagaki’s “The Samurai Trilogy”, Charlie Chaplin classic “The Gold Rush”, two Steven Soderbergh efforts “Gray’s Anatomy” and “And Everything is Going Fine”, and the previously announced but now delayed “Harold and Maude”…” (full details)