It’s been reported in the past that director Spike Lee was working on a full-length drama (or, “joint”) entitled Brooklyn Loves MJ. Well now, according to The Playlist, the movie is “not happening.”
It turns out we’re probably not going to see any more ‘Matrix’ movies after all. Darn it?
Matthew Weiner hasn’t begun work on the fifth season of “Mad Men.”
Natalie Portman lands a prestigious honor.
According to Ain’t It Cool News, Keanu Reeves recently hinted at the possibility of another set of Matrix movies.
You know her as the secret Olsen twin, but now she’s making a name for herself after Sundance.
Kevin Smith is already drumming up publicity for his next movie.
DIRECTV IS PROPAGANDA!!!!11
Danny Boyle’s 127 Hours earned a lot of critical acclaim for its realistic depiction of hiker Aron Ralston hacking off his own arm with a dull penknife, but it turns out it could have been even more painful to watch.
It’s not that unusual for parts remaining to be cast even at this late date — today’s example is Yorick van Wageningen.
Two new additions to ‘Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close’ round out an already impressive cast
Some intriguing new casting news for Brick and Brothers Bloom director Rian Johnson’s upcoming science fiction movie Looper.
It looks like the new Red Crown Productions is working on a movie and possible franchise based on the Choose Your Own Adventure series.
Benicio Del Toro has been making audiences laugh in movies like Traffic and 21 Grams for a long time now. And it looks like the beloved joker may have found his next crack-’em-up role in Moe of The Three Stooges.
We’ve previously reported that Sacha Baron Cohen and Larry Charles were working The Dictator. Now the actual release date has been announced.
Mia Wasikowska had a busy 2010 with Alice in Wonderland and The Kids Are All Right, and it doesn’t look like 2011 will provide any respite for this poor girl and her hard life.
A Hitchcock biopic has been a temptation in Hollywood for so many years, and is now being put into development by Anvil! The Story of Anvil director Sacha Gervasi.
Dustin Hoffman has had a hell of a career as an actor in Hollywood. And now he’s doing what all actors wish they could at some time or another: Direct a story about retired opera singers getting together for one last shindig.
Another year, another spin of the Foreign Film Wheel.
It looks like the prospect of a new Peckinpah movie is a reality, kind of.
Finally, we can quit all the B.S. rumors.
Captain America: The First Avenger is going to be one of 2011′s biggest blockbusters. Or at least it will be if Joe Johnston knows what he’s talking about.
You may have already resigned to the fact that you will never know the real name of street artist/Exit Through the Gift Shop director Banksy.
The upcoming film adaptation of Arthur Miller’s (who wrote The Crucible, which you may have read a few pages of in high school) play A View From the Bridge has added two new names to its already impressive cast.
It’s 2011, and as Eddie Vedder prophesied lo these many years ago, this year marks the 20th anniversary of Pearl Jam. The movie is called Pearl Jam Twenty, and much like the band, the project is shrouded in mystery.
Ever since it was announced that Warner Brothers was saying “do-over!” after Superman Returns, the monolithic entity known as the World Wide Web has been crying out for “Mad Men” star and real-life Übermensch Jon Mann to play the Man of Steel.
That irascible scamp Darren Aronofsky is at it again.
Now that we’ve all gotten used to the idea of Peter Parker being able to organically spin webbing from his wrists, those bastards at Sony are pulling the rug out from under us once again, bringing back Spider-Man’s famous web-shooters.
America has been craving another Arnold Schwarzenegger movie ever since his world-changing cameo appearance in The Expendables. And it looks like we will get our wish.
The movie of the weekend (at least as far as box office was concerned) was Michel Gondry’s (or was it actually Seth Rogen’s?) The Green Hornet.