Bullet Points: Hot Rounds Of Information Goodness

i-frankenstein-aaron-eckhart-1Aaron Eckhart looks pretty badass in this teaser for the first I, Frankenstein trailer which hits tomorrow. [via Collider]

amber_heard_machete_killsAmber Heard looks ready to handle anything in her solo Machete Kills poster. [via SHH]

hunger games catching fire poster fullSpeaking of dangerous ladies with pointy objects, Jennifer Lawrence wants to shoot you with an arrow in the latest The Hunger Games: Catching Fire poster. [via Moviefone]

Hugh Jackman recently told the world that he’s got a part in Neill Blomkamp’s robot kidnapping drama Chappie. [via Screen Daily]

transformers age of extinction Mark Wahlberg, Nicola Peltz and Jack ReynorMichael Bay showed off this picture of Mark Wahlberg, Nicola Peltz and Jack Reynor from the set of Transformers: Age Of Extinction. [via Michael Bay]

Discovery Channel’s working on an Evel Kineval documentary called True Evel. [via Deadline]

gina carano fast & furious 6Gina Carano’s In The Blood will be distributed by Anchor Bay and Fox home video. In the film, the MMA star goes on a mission to get her kidnapped husband back in the Caribbean. [via THR]

joely richardson nip tuckMaggie, the film starring Arnold Schwarzenegger as a dad trying to help his daughter played by Abigail Breslin after she gets bit by a zombie, has rounded out the family unit with Joely Richardson joining on as the mom. [via TheWrap]

Check Out The Craig Ferguson/Jimmy Fallon Shark Week Commercial

I’m not as big a fan of Discovery’s Shark Week as the missus (I think it hints at some desire to see mangled humans, but don’t tell her that), which means we’re watching it as we speak (well, I keep looking away cause it’s SUPER gross). Anyway, the best part so far has been a commercial featuring Jimmy Fallon calling Shark Week host Craig Ferguson, wishing that he had gotten that gig instead of hosting the Emmys. It’s pretty funny and the above image is a bit of a spoiler, but just go watch the video and have yourself a chuckle. Sorry if the image with the play button is confusing, the video’s not embeddable and all attempts at screencaps resulted in the play button’s presence.