Hybrid dinosaurs? Creatures that like to eat say, humans? Unknown side affects of inane human ideas? Three sure signs of a summer blockbuster for Jurassic World then. Featuring this summer's main man about the galaxy Chris Pratt, and Bryce Dallas Howard, we go back to Isla Nublar where the dinosaur theme park 'Jurassic World' is fully functioning - envisioned by John Hammond in the original trilogy. Based 20 years after the events of Jurassic Park, and with declining visitor numbers (I presume dinosaurs don't keep the appeal like Mickey Mouse does), a new 'attraction' is created to recapture visitor numbers. And by new attraction we can assume it's a 'deadly, will definitely eat some of the visitors' kind of deal.

The story of Peter Pan is getting the Joe Wright treatment in Pan. Expect epic scenery shots, and lots of zoning in on hands, but with bonus Hugh Jackman.

Anyone remember Charlie Cox? He was the lead in Stardust which inevitably gets played every Christmas. Well before he gets lost in all that is the making of the Netflix original series of Daredevil, we get to enjoy him as down and out Carter in Hello Carter. With the aim of winning his ex-girlfriend back, the film follows Carter travel across London on his mission.

And finally, this is just some small sci-fi thing, nothing to get too excited about... (if you've lived under a rock for the last week, its Star Wars.)