Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice Photography Reveals A... Stormtrooper? The First Clip from Dracula Untold, Starring Luke Evans Source: Metro September 13, 2014 We've seen the trailer for Legendary and Universal's Dracula Untold and now the first clip has made its way online (via Metro ) and can be viewed below. Starring Luke Evans, Sarah Gadon, Diarmaid Murtagh, Dominic Cooper and Samantha Barks, Dracula Untold opens in 2D theaters and IMAX on October 10. Evans stars in the origin story of the man who became Dracula.

Source: Zack Snyder September 13, 2014 Director Zack Snyder took to Twitter last night to post a new photo from the set of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice which features the Batmobile, the Gotham City Police Department and a... Stormtrooper from Star Wars? Snyder's tweet only says "Case closed." It's all part of a running joke between Snyder and J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot in which they mix Batman/Superman and Star Wars characters, and it also makes fun of the debunked rumor from yesterday that a Batmobile had been stolen from the set. Having said that, the photo does give us another semi-official look at the Batmobile, GCPD officers and a GCPD vehicle.

The Trailer for Effie Gray, Starring Dakota Fanning and Emma Thompson

Both have surpassed their respective production budgets with the former having grossed $41.4 million and the latter at $49.4 million. Despite sporting the first new movies to break into the Top 2 in almost a month, the box office was still down about $12 million from the same weekend last year when the horror sequel Insidious Chapter 2 (FilmDistrict) topped the box office with over $40 million while second place went to the Luc Besson action-comedy The Family (Relativity). Of the limited releases, the Bill Hader-Kristen Wiig dramedy The Skeleton Twins (Roadside Attractions) fared the best, opening in 15 theaters in select cities on Friday where it grossed $411 thousand or $27.4 thousand per location. Opening in 11 theaters, the Kevin Kline-Maggie Smith comedy My Old Lady (Cohen Media Group) took in $134 thousand or $12.2 thousand per site. Ned Benson's drama The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them (The Weinstein Company), starring Jessica Chastain and James McAvoy, wound up with $77.2 thousand from its four theaters in New York and Los Angeles or $19.3 thousand per location.

Take a First Look at B.O.O.: Bureau of Otherwordly Operations

After marrying at the tender age of 19, Effie quickly realises her marriage is a lie when Ruskin refuses to consummate it.

Box Office Results: No Good Deed Does a Pretty Good Deed for Weak Box Office

Check it out below! The supernatural action comedy follows two bumbling apparitions who find themselves in an extraordinary after-life adventure when they join the Bureau of Otherworldly Operations (B.O.O.) � the ghost world's elite counter-haunting unit � and ultimately must face off against the planet's greatest haunter.