Terminator 3: Rise Of The Machines:Coming Soon has scored an exclusive first look at the T3 trailer as a scooper has written in with a full description!

The trailer opens with an underwater shot of a seabed covered with skulls, with choppy waves at the top of the screen. The camera then moves up above the waves and you see a single large, flying hunter killer, like those in T1/T2, but digitized instead of modeled.

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Then you see a shot of the terminatrix from behind, with a voice-over saying something along the lines of "It's come from the future to kill all humanity." She's wearing a sleeveless burgundy leather jumpsuit, and her hair is pulled up in a bun. On the last word, she looks back over her left shoulder and we see her face for the first time.

Finally, there's a few seconds of action:{@@@[email protected]@@}{@@@[email protected]@@}Arnold with a gun, swinging on the end of a large crane truck as the TX drives it down a city street. Arnold shoots at her, she crashes the crane end into a building. The TX shooting some sort of zappy-ray out of her right arm.{@@@[email protected]@@}{@@@[email protected]@@}Arnold sitting in a hearse parked in a cemetery. He shoots a rocket launcher at the TX. The TX catches the shell in her right arm and the screen goes white.

Thanks to Coming Soon!

Rob Zombie:Fangoria recently talked with Rob Zombie about his next project in which Bloody-Disgusting has transcribed from the magazine:

Despite all of the problems with House of 1000 Corpses, Rob Zombie is already working on a new script according to the new issue of Fangoria. Zombie says the story "dances around the horror genre in the way that Ed Wood isn't a horror film, but takes place in that world." Hopefully he'll have a lot better luck with his sophomore film.

Movie PictureHarry Potter & The Prisoner Of Azkaban: According to Scotland On Sunday, the 3rd Harry Potter film is set to begin production in Scotland at the beginning of the new year.

Around 400 cast and crew are expected to arrive in the Fort William area in the new year to begin filming Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, the next installment based on JK Rowling’s world-famous books. A month will be spent building sets - which will include parts of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry being erected in Glencoe, followed by two months’ filming.

The producers of the Harry Potter films have consistently refused to discuss locations and are said to be "paranoid" about secrecy. Those involved with the film have had to sign strict confidentiality agreements.

But an insider confirmed the next Harry Potter movie would involve substantial filming in Scotland. The source said: "It’s absolutely true that they will do quite a bit. Glencoe - that will be Hogwarts."

21 Jump Street: Some ideas never die. According to Variety, Paramount is set to bring the series that launched Johnny Deppe's career to the big screen.

Flora Plum: Jodie Foster's directorial debut seems to be on the move again. After a year on the shelf, the film has been greenlighted wih some A-List star attached. The Depression-era tale set in the world of circus freaks, includes the likes of Ewan McGregor, Meryl Streep and Claire Danes. The story follows a circus performer (McGregor) who falls for an impoverished young woman (Danes). Production is expected to begin by the end of next year.

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Strangers On A Train: According to The Hollywood Reporter, Antoine Fuqua, director of Training Day, is set to direct a “reconception” of Patricia Highsmith’s novel Strangers On A Train. The movie is about a tennis pro who wants to murder his wife and a wealthy eccentric who wants to murder his father. The two strangers end up trading each other’s murders. Alfred Hitchcock directed the first adaptation of the book in 1951.

Tons of photos sprang up online over the weekend for many films in production! Check out the list!

Bulletproof Monk: In addition to the trailer that hit over the weekend, new stills have appeared at the official site. CLICK HERE

Freddy vs. Jason: More images are online at Counting Down. CLICK HERE

Seabiscuit: New photos are online at The Z Review. CLICK HERE

S.W.A.T.: New photos from the set are now online at The Z Review. CLICK HERE

Cat In The Hat: New photos from the set are online at The Z Review as well! CLICK HERE

Hidalgo: Check out Viggo Mortensen in his latest cinematic endeavor, Hidalgo. CLICK HERE

Darkness Falls: The first pic of the tooth fairy is online at Bloody-Digusting. CLICK HERE

House Of 1000 Corpses: vote for your favorite poster for the upcoming Rob Zombie flick. CLICK HERE

Thanks to Coming Soon for all the scoops.

The Sin Eater: The first photo from the upcoming Heath Ledger flick is now online. CLICK HERE

Pirates Of The Caribbean:Latino Review has scored very nice shots of the Pirates of The Caribbean set in Palos Verdes. CLICK HERE

In addition, Geoffrey Rush talked to The Sydney Morning Herald last week about the current production. CLICK HERE

Star Trek Nemesis: In addition, Latino Review has also posted some production images from Star Trek: Nemesis. Take a look, CLICK HERE

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