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Sequel News : Batman vs. Superman, Jurassic World, X-Men, Sin City, Woman in Black, Lake Placid vs. Anaconda, Sherlock Holmes 3

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Batman vs. Superman

Olga Kurylenko (“Oblivion”) is rumoured to be testing for the role of ‘Wonder Woman’ in director Zack Snyder’s “Man of Steel” follow-up. According to SchmoesKnow, Kurylenko is being tested by producer Christopher Nolan, as well as Snyder, so if the rumour is on the money, that suggests she’s in with a very good chance. “Batman vs. Superman” will star Ben Affleck as Superman and Henry Cavill as Superman.

Jurassic World

Wes Anderson’s fave Jason Schwartzmann (“Shopgirl”, “The Life Aquatic”) is said to be up for a lead role in the new ‘Jurassic’ film. Hypable, who reported the rumour, have no details on the character Schwartzmann may have been approached for. Bryce Dallas Howard is confirmed for the film, while Josh Brolin was recently reported to be in talks.

X-Men : Days of Future Past

A new image from the upcoming superhero sequel has surfaced, this one featuring Michael Fassbender’s Magneto.

Sin City : A Dame to Die For

A slight title change for the upcoming “Sin City” sequel, previously known as “Sin City : A Dame to Kill For”. (Bloody Disgusting)

The Woman in Black : Angel of Death

The Daniel Radcliffe-starrer has begun filming, and new stills have surfaced online.

Sharknado 2 : The Second One

Yep, seems that’s the name of the upcoming sequel to the SyFy hit. Here’s the proof, courtesy Shock Till You Drop.

Lake Placid vs. Anaconda

Sony are combining two franchises, “Lake Placid” and “Anaconda” for a new cheapie direct-to-DVD release. Productions begins in Bulgaria next month. (Shock Till You Drop)

Sherlock Holmes 3

Jude Law wants to make a second sequel to his ‘Sherlock Holmes’- and according to the actor, so does everyone else from the first two films. “We had a meeting earlier this year, the three of us (Law, Robert Downey Jr, Guy Ritchie), and I think it’s being written now,” he said. “Warner Bros have still got to agree to pay for it… I think they want to.” (Digital Spy)

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