The least big, dumb and loud part of the first Expendables movie has confirmed for Access Hollywood that he will be participating in the sequel.
The Green Hornet is the number 1 movie this weekend, but that doesn’t mean that everyone is satisfied.
Susannah York was a significant star in British and American theater and movies in the late 60s and 70s, but she’s probably most well-known to American audiences as Lara, Superman’s biological Kryptonian mother in the 1978 blockbuster Superman and its assorted sequels.
The new one-sheet for Hobo With a Shotgun, the newest movie to be spawned from Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez’s weirdly influential box-office flop Grindhouse, is pretty much what you’d expect.
According to America’s Newsman Harry Knowles, Disney is close to giving the flashing green light that is also a lightcycle or a small one-person airplane to a sequel to 2010′s Tron: Legacy.
Hollywood Swiss Army Knife James Franco might be about to reveal his latest hidden gadget: Nepotism!
The benevolent patriarchs at HBO have taken another bold step in the march towards equality for ladies.
Director James Gray (We Own The Night) is working on his next movie, an adaptation of the novel The Gray Man by Mark Greaney.
Viewers of the NBC sitcom “The Office” have been emotionally preparing themselves for the eventual departure of often-lovable goofball Michael Scott from the paper-pushers at Dunder Mifflin.
Kathryn Bigelow (The Hurt Locker) might have Public Enemy Number One in her sights for her next project.
Edgar Wright, director of Shaun of the Dead and Scott Pilgrim Vs The World has resumed work on his screenplay for a movie about the under-appreciated Marvel super-hero Ant-Man after a break of more than two years.
Happiness-maestro Paul Greengrass (director of United 93) might be adding another splashy Hollywood entertainment to his resume with a movie about the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Kevin Smith has released a new poster for his upcoming horror/comedy (or “horredy” for you Zorak fans) Red State.
It is in this tradition that DreamWorks Animation is releasing a movie that represents an intersection between two of the hottest trends in the world today: Bollywood musicals and monkeys.
There hasn’t been a lot of news about Wu-Tang Clan Head-of-Voltron RZA’s upcoming kung-fu movie The Man with the Iron Fist once it was announced that it was actually getting made on location in China. But that’s about to change now.
“HUGE” as in, you know, size. Paramount, they of movie-making fame, have signed a contract with IMAX to have 4 of their upcoming movies shown on those giant screens that are so big that when you walk in the theater you’re like “whoa, this is a big screen.”
Charlie Sheen had a cooler weekend than you, and now his bosses at Warner Brothers and CBS are worried he’s not going to show up to work on “Two and a Half Men.”
Darren Aronofsky can add another entry to his fine list of accomplishments: Bitching out Armond White in person at an awards ceremony.
In another bit of casting news for the Quixotic attempt to update Spider-Man into a form that today’s young people can hope to understand, 80s teen idol and probable “24″-actor C. Thomas Howell joined Andrew Garfield and company in Marc Webb’s Spider-Man.
That strange, omnipresent force that compels Woody Allen to make movies has struck again, and the result has been picked up by Sony Pictures Classics.
The upcoming adaptation of Mark Jude Poirier’s 2000 novel Goats has been gestating for a while now, but the movie finally has what appears to be an actual cast apart from already-attached David Duchovny.
Attention mythical creatures who care about the Academy Awards: What is commonly considered one of the last important indicators of Oscar nominations has finally been released from the Director’s Guild of America vault
F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby is an established literary classic, so it only makes sense.
Super-heroes tend to be a package deal – you don’t just get Batman, but also Robin, a utility belt, and an acrobat wearing uncomfortably small shorts.
As all box-office prognosticators know, the weekend after New Year’s represents a traditional slump in box office returns, as the general public becomes numb