All I know is that there were rumours...

... that there's this little movie called Star Trek Into Darkness, seems to be quite a bit of hype surrounding it, have you heard about it? Well, unless you've been living under a rock or avoiding these here entertainment pages like the plague, you'll probably be familiar with what'll no doubt be JJ Abrams most amazing movie EVER. What's more, we've just heard that it'll more than likely feature some Klingons. You remember, those aliens from the TV show whose foreheads look a lot like Mars Bars? Yep, that's them. Speaking to MTV, Abrams said: "We had shot some stuff that had Klingons in [our first Star Trek film], and we cut the scene," he said. "It's a deleted scene on the DVD. But they're back in this one."

... that Kung-Fu legend Bruce Lee's life will be written down and adapted for the big screen once again. First time round, his inspiring life was chronicled in Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story and now, the new biopic will be simply called Birth of the Dragon, written by Stephen Rivele and Christopher Wilkinson. As per The Hollywood Reporter, "Dragon is inspired by the true-life duel between Lee and Wong Jack Man, who was China's most famous kung fu Master. The no-rules fight took place in San Francisco in 1965, when the city's Chinatown was controlled by Hong Kong triads."

... that we're getting closer and closer to the release date for The Wolverine, starring the offensively ripped Hugh Jackman as Logan. The Wolverine's Facebook page were first to share this image accompanied with the caption: "The past is always behind you, but the memories still remain." Oooh, deep. Helmed by James Mangold, The Wolverine will hit Irish cinemas on July 26th.