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Following on from director J. J. Abrams admission of some fundamental storytelling problems with "Star Trek Into Darkness" and the mess up of the big reveal of Khan, the film's co-writer Damon Lindelof has also copped to the latter saying it was a mistake to hold off on revealing the bad guy.
Part of the problem is one which a certain other major franchise sequel this season has also had.
There's a ton of great moments in Ryan Coogler's "Rocky" spin-off film "Creed," but the most jaw-dropping takes place right in the middle of the film - the first professional boxing match of Adonis (Michael B. Jordan).
The entire boxing match, with multiple rounds, is seemingly presented in one single take.
While the official premiere isn't until Monday December 14th, J. J. Abrams has screened "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" for the studio and some other key people. Over the weekend it was revealed that Steven Spielberg has seen the film three times already.
More surprising though? As of three weeks ago original "Star Wars" creator George Lucas had not only not seen it yet, he had yet to see a single frame of it.
BBC One has revealed that this year's Doctor Who Christmas special will be titled "The Husbands of River Song". Alex Kingston returns for the special in which River Song meets her husband latest incarnation, in the form of Peter Capaldi, for the first time this Christmas.
Speaking with The Radio Times, showrunner Steven Moffat says he brought River back
as "Obviously, we've just lost Clara so I didn't want to go straight into a new companion, and it's not right to set that up at the end of a series where you're all exhausted." As a result he brought River back for what promises to be something of a romp.
FOX has unleashed first look photos of "House of Cards" star Nathan Darrow, who plays the Underwood's loyal bodyguard Ed Meechum on the series, as the early version of Victor Fries/Mr. Freeze in the current second season of "Gotham".
The storyline of Fries in this take sees him as a cryogenics engineer who will first be introduced in the Fall finale tonight.
Last week's first trailer for "Captain America: Civil War" has broken records with Marvel Studios reporting that the clip debuted online to 61 million global views in its first 24 hours.
That almost doubled the previous record, held by the first trailer for Marvel's "Avengers: Age of Ultron" which debuted to 34 million views in 2014.
Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr.'s comments during the tonight show talk that saw the trailer's launch has also fueled speculation the pair will make appearances in the upcoming solo "Spider-Man" film says ComicBook.com.
At the same time the trailer has inspired parodies from a version cut to Adele's "Hello," to this rom-com take on the Marvel universe below:
"Captain America: Civil War" will be released on May 6th 2016.