Jake and Neytiri's children will 'struggle with the humans' in absurdly long sequel series
The sequels presumably someone's been waiting for are coming at you in 2018, 2020, 2022 and 2023.
The original plan was for a single follow-up before Cameron's imagination went wild
'George's group of six films had more innovative visual imagination'
But instead, she hogged it all for herself and let her lover die
The blockbuster returns
The director doesn't want the first film to be 'a fluke'
Could Japanese Godzilla beat American Godzilla? And how big is the Starship Enterprise? At last, some answers...
Pussy Riot’s Moscow church protest, which resulted in a two-year prison sentence for members of the punk group, was motivated by a desire to create controversy to boost their careers, Russia’s leading conductor has suggested.
Tom Cruise brought Trafalgar Square to a standstill yesterday when he dropped in by helicopter to do battle with aliens during the shooting in London of his latest film, All You Need is Kill.
Adolescents are finally putting down their Xboxes in order to get all a-quiver. By John Walsh
A run of flops could spell the end of the macho supermovie, says Francesca Steele
Expectations are high for ITV's new drama, Titanic. Gerard Gilbert talks to writer Julian Fellowes and the cast
Of the 700 crew who perished on the Titanic, 550 came from Southampton. Their stories have rarely been told – until now.
David Cameron will warn EU leaders tomorrow that Britain must not be relegated to an EU second division when eurozone countries adopt greater fiscal integration. At the EU summit in Brussels to discuss the eurozone crisis, the Prime Minister will warn that the region's 17 members must not dictate policies for the 10 countries, including Britain, that have not joined the single currency. His intervention reflects growing fears among British ministers that the 10 could be virtually frozen out of decisions that would have a huge impact on their economies – such as the single market, bank regulation and EU directives affecting small and large businesses.
'War of the Worlds by H G Wells', Penguin Classics £8.99
Variously interpreted as a commentary on evolutionary theory, British imperialism and Victorian fears and prejudices, War of the Worlds tells the nail-biting tale of one man's struggle to track down his wife during an alien invasion. Included are some of the most vivid scenes of London in literature.