TOP MOVIE NEWS: WEDNESDAY JULY 18
Sequel for Finding Nemo, election posters for The Campaign and Radcliffe goes for the F-Word
FINDING NEMO TO GET SEQUEL
The animated underwater action caper Finding Nemo is to get a sequel, reports claim.
Original director Andrew Stanton - who helmed John Carter - is said to be aboard and release is scheduled for 2016.
The simple tale of a lost clownfish looking to get home remains one of animation studio Pixar's best-loved and most successful hits after taking almost £870m at the box office.
Pixar's next release is Brave followed by Monsters University.
NEW CAMPAIGN POSTERS
Check out a couple of electioneering posters to promote the release of the forthcoming comedy The Campaign starring Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis as bitter rivals.
When North Carolina congressman Cam Brady (Ferrell) makes a very public foul-up a power-hungry group of businessmen put up a rival for his seat in the form of political innocent Marty Huggins (Galifianakis), the boss of the local tourism office.
RADCLIFFE USES THE F-WORD
Fresh from the success of the Woman in Black, former Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe's schedule is busier than ever.
His latest project is the indie romantic comedy The F Word, where he'll play a young chap in a supposedly platonic relationship with Zoe Kazan.
Radcliffe can next be seen as the beat poet Allen Ginbsberg in the murder mystery Kill Your Darlings alongside Ben Foster as William Burroughs and Jack Huston as Jack Kerouac.