Biggest Movie News of 2010

We've already done our top movies of 2010, now it's time to take a look at the top and biggest movie news of 2010, including castings, director choices, and complete shockers.

Spider-Man 4 Canceled, Spider-Man Being Rebooted
While not every one saw eye to eye on Spider-Man 3, no one was expecting star Tobey Maguire and director Sam Raimi to announce Spider-Man 4 was canceled. This gave Sony to reboot the entire franchise, with a fresh story and cast.

Andrew Garfield Is The New Spider-Man
It was thought to be impossible by some to replace Tobey as Spider-Man. But after tons of names were thrown around (including Josh Hutcherson, Logan Lerman, Michael Angarano, Jamie Bell, Zac Efron, and even Robert Pattinson) Sony introduced to the very unknown (Yet talented) Andrew Garfield as our new Spidey.

Zack Snyder Directing Superman-Man of Steel
Superman has had his ups and downs, between the failures of Superman 3 and 4, they abounded Tim Burton film Superman Lives, and Bryan Singer's Superman Returns. but when yet again, another popular superhero was taking things to a fresh start, everyone wanted someone who would do things right this time. And who better to do that then comic book action film director Zack Snyder.

Edward Norton No Longer Bruce Banner, Mark Ruffalo Taking His Place
Everyone knows Hulk is an original member of The Avengers, and sometimes can cause them trouble, but there was no question he would be included on the film. Well for the third time, a new actor tackles the role of the on screen Bruce Banner, who replaced Edward Norton, who replaced Eric Bana.

Chris Evan's Casted As Captain America And Hugo Weaving Casted As Red Skull
The iconic Marvel character Captain America is another needed ingredient for an Avengers movie, as is his arch foe the Red Skull. But Marvel sure surprised us with there odd (In a brilliant way) choices to portray the two lead roles in the upcoming Captain America: The First Avenger.

Emma Stone To Play Gwen Stacey, Not Mary Jane
After we all heard Mary Jane wouldn't be in the Spider-Man reboot, we gave up on it. But most of us didn't know the original love interest of Spidey in the comics was blond Gwen Stacey. But when Sony announced that red head Emma Stone was casted in the film, we thought that Sony had lied about not having MJ, but we were wrong.

X-Men First Class Not To Include Original Members (Jean Grey, Angel, Ice Man, or Cyclops)
When we all heard that Bryan Singer and Matthew Vaughn were making X-Men First Class, we all thought that we'd be seeing all the original X-Men when they were teens. But instead we found out they only original member from the comics would be Beast, and fans weren't pleased.

Ryan Reynolds Is The Green Lantern, Hal Jordan
While marvel might be taking the spotlight with all their releases, but DC has a film line up of their won. Not to many people know the emerald guardian Green Lantern, but thanks to Ryan Reynolds, we'll all learn next Spring.

Batman 3 Is Named The Dark Knight Rises
Everybody loved the Dark Knight, and Heath Ledger took the Joker to the next level. That's pretty hard to follow, but no challenge for director Christopher Nolan, who has proved himself completely with Inception this past year. Now he's at his next work in the Dark Knight Rises.

Transformers 3 Is Named Transformers: Dark of the Moon
Transformers was a big shock for us movie goers, mixing science fiction and comedy perfectly. Revenge of the Fallen though, didn't have the proper balance that the first film did. Now with a name like Dark of the Moon, and the departure of Megan Fox, we can only hope Michael Bay knows what he's doing in the finale installment to the successful series.

Joss Whedon Directing The Avengers Film
The Avengers is a very stressful property to have on your shoulder. It's been hyped to be the biggest event in comic book movie history, and almost every director has been scared to work with it, with the exception of Joss Whedon of course. It's all in your hands Joss, we trust you.

Jon Favreau Not Directing Iron Man 3
Jon Favreau has worked wonders for Iron Man in his Iron man films with Robert Downey Jr., but unfortunately are hearts sank when he announced he would not be returning for Iron Man 3. Now we must wonder, who will take his place?

Before you go, we at Turbo Exp wish you all a

What do you think of our choices? Did we miss anything?