All of this years big releases may have already hit cinemas, with Jim Cameron's Avatar living up to all the hype and Sherlock Holmes cracking the case of the Christmas opening day, so it's time to see what we can expect from 2010.

Archers Bows and Rabbit Holes gave you a taster of two films on offer in the coming year and here are two more. Both are sure to be huge hits but one may be more flashy than the other...

Iron Man 2

Ireviewtoo provided the lowdown on shellheads return to the big screen back in June (whip it up) but the first official trailer which was released yesterday sheds more light on the explosive sequel.

Whiplash whips, Tony Stark smooches and Pepper Potts pouts - mix these with Sam Jackson's Nick Fury, the newly recast Don Cheadle as War Machine, Sam Rockwell's Justin Hammer and Scarlett Johansson in a leather jump suit and what's not to like?

Check it out below.

Iron Man 2 jets into cinemas May 7th 2010.

Hot Tub Time Machine.

Yeah, it may be pretty much self explanatory, but this could be the comedy film of 2010. When four friends find themselves in a bit of a rut, they decide to return to the ski resort which was once their party pad.

After a night of heavy drinking they find themselves transported back to 1986 via their time traveling hot tub. It's just random enough to be funny.

John Cusack, Craig Robinson, Rob Corddry and the awesome Clark Duke (if you haven't discovered Clark and Michael yet, what are you doing? Go get discovering!) are the foursome from the future, they'll be joined by comedy legend Chevy Chase in an extended cameo and Crispin Glover AKA George McFly.

There's a red band trailer floating about for those who enjoy swear words, but the green band trailer is funnier. Check it out below!

Hop in the Hot Tub Time Machine on 19th March 2010.

Archers bows and rabbit holes.

The art of movie trailers. Even if the final product turns out to be worse than Pearl Harbor, you can guarantee that the two minute, perfectly edited trailer will get you raring to go. Showing you just enough to leave you wanting more, in some cases the trailers end up being more satisfying than the actual film.

The same might be true for these two up coming movies, only time will tell, but for now enjoy their newly released trailers. After all, they may be the best bit.

Alice in Wonderland.

News regarding Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland has made a couple of appearances on Ireviewtoo (Follow the White Rabbit for more information) so i wont go into too much detail plot wise.

Released today, the new trailer gives us a glimpse of Alice on the verge of marriage and in need of an escape. Alice runs into the past to avoid her future and returns to a world she thought she had forgotten. Check it out below.

Alice in Wonderland is released on 5th March 2010.

Robin Hood.

Ridley Scott once again teams up with hot headed Aussie Russell Crowe to bring us Robin Hood, the man behind the myth.

Scott's take on the outlaw's familiar tale is grounded very much in reality, and historically accurate, so if you were expecting green tights, sorry to disappoint. The action-packed trailer conjures up images of Gladiator, suggesting that this could be similar tale of one mans struggles against higher powers.

Co starring Cate Blanchett as Maid Marian, William Hurt as Sir William Marshall (he actually existed in Robin Hood-y times don't ya know) and the soon to be nemesis of Sherlock Holmes Mark Strong as Sir Godfrey, Robin Hood will no doubt be stealing box office gold come May 14th 2010.

The Deathly Hallows.

Some cool footage from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 has found its way onto the internet. Appearing on copies of The Half Blood Prince DVD's, it will no doubt form the teaser trailer for the first of the two part finale.

Showing Harry interrogating Ollivander about the Deathly Hallows, our first look at Griphook and some shots of the trio on the run in London; sets the tone well. UPDATE - The footage has now been officially released, check it out below!

For those unfamiliar with the novel, flying solo this time around, Harry, Ron and Hermione must locate the remaining horecruxs and destroy them. At the same time they must learn as much as they can about the deathly hallows - three magical objects that when combined make the owner master of death. Oh, and Voldermort and his evil cronies are after them non stop.

Expect all the back catalogue of British talent to return, along with Rhys Ifans as Xenophilius Lovegood, Luna's father, New Moon star Jamie Campbell Bower as a young Grindlewald - Dumbledore's friend turned foe and Bill Nighy as the ruthless minister for magic Rufus Scrimgeour (totally called it).

Expect a better quality version soon, but in the mean time check out the clip and a pic that will no doubt be familiar to fans of the book!

(It's Harry, Ron and Hermione in disguise about to break into Gringotts)

Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 1 is released on the 19th November 2010.

Fantastic Mr Fox - Reviewed

Say what you want about floppy haired filmmaker Wes Anderson. Whether you think he's obsessed with his own in jokes, or he's an amazing auteur, there's no denying the guy has talent.

With his latest release Fantastic Mr Fox, Anderson takes his obsessive-compulsive brand of movie making into the painstaking realm of stop motion animation.

Stepping into territory usually reserved for the likes of Tim Burton or Henry Selick, it's a risky transition for any director to make, and for the most part he pulls it off.

An adaptation of the beloved Roald Dahl tale, it's a cussing adult film wrapped in the colourful trappings of a kid's film, complete with all the fractured personalities you will have come to expect from the director.

Mr Fox wants what's best for his family - a better, safer home, but by acquiring it he puts his entire furry community at risk from three ruthless and bitter farmers, Boggins, Bunce and Bean.

Of course Anderson inflects his own spin on the story. This results in a frayed relationship between Mr Fox and his young son Ash coupled with some competitive rivalry from fox cousin Kristofferson.

All the Anderson regulars are present; Jason Schwartzman is perfect as Mr Fox' s moody son, Bill Murray goes wild as Badger, the unlikely demolitions expert and Michael Gambon provides a suitably evil foe as farmer Bean. However, a little more of Owen Wilson's Coach Skip wouldn't have gone amiss.

New comers George Clooney as a Fox going through a mid life crisis and Meryl Streep as his wife and pillar of support gel seamlessly with the directors style, let's hope they become familiar faces in the Anderson universe.

One of the biggest criticisms of Fantastic Mr Fox has been that it's too quirky, as if critics want to tone Wes Anderson down or make him more mainstream.

Thankfully, Fantastic Mr Fox isn't your run of the mill animation, it's different, and in the words of Mrs Fox, "there's something kind of fantastic about being different."