Five times the car chases. Five times car crashes. Five times the car motion blurs lines.
Green will play a witch who turns Johnny Depp into a vampire. If box office trends are any indication, Depp was going to have to become a vampire at some point anyway.
Ilya Salkind is alive. Thankfully, no one has to spin the Earth backwards and reverse time to solve this crisis.
Fox is going to make an action-adventure movie that will be written by Carlton Cuse, will star Hugh Jackman, and will be directed by Shawn Levy.
This week we throw our Best Actress contenders into the Thunderdome, arm then with cudgels and see who among them has the fortitude to grab blood-smeared victory.
Jason Segel and his everyman charms will be be infiltrating the Jersey mob, 80’s style in DreamWorks upcoming Undercover Cop.
A ridiculous amount of celebrities have tried their had at writing a cookbook. While it must be insulting for an actual cook to see a bunch of armatures using their fame to get a cookbook deal, it’s a thousand times better than when celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse used his fame to get a sitcom deal, so lets just call it even.
The studio is hoping they can spin a movie done on the cheap into ‘Paranormal Activity’ box office gold once again.
The other day when Tara Reid was saying things, just about every person on Earth who is not Tara Reid wisely dismissed it. However, there are two people who were not so quick to dismiss the project. The Coen Brothers!
Our weekly rundown of the best, the weirdest, and the most decently okay titles available to stream instantly on Netflix.
With the addition of Brad Garrett, David Chase has fulfilled his need to cast a really tall guy in his film debut, Twylight Zones.
Tirelessly versatile auteur Rob Zombie has his next project lined up.
Samuel L. Jackson, who appeared as Nick Fury in ‘Iron Man’ (post credits) and ‘Iron Man 2′, is finally getting his own shot at the spotlight in ‘The Avengers’, but he’ll be sharing it with a hot brunette sidekick.
Don’t pick apart that Scream 4 trailer for spoilers just yet. Wes Craven and crew have headed back to Michigan to shoot additional scenes — not re-shoots.
A comic book being adapted into a movie? You read it here first!
Mike Newell is in talks to work on a “fresh and new” movie adaptation of ‘Great Expectations.’
Maria Schneider, star of the seminal 1970s film ‘Last Tango In Paris’, has died after a long battle with illness. She was 58.
Renegade director Werner Herzog’s next film is ‘Queen Of The Desert’, and he wants Naomi Watts for the lead.
Ha ha, you have to sit through some more credits.
Don’t rule out a David Fincher-directed Piranha 3D sequel. The acclaimed director has revealed himself as a man after our own hearts with his radical approach to marketing The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo.
Top-secret memos reveal many new Julian Assange projects in the works.
You’ll see Hobo with a Shotgun for Rutger Hauer blasting away bad guys. You’ll fall in love with Molly Dunsworth as Abby.
Not to be upstaged by Kristen Stewart, even though she totally is getting upstaged, Julia Roberts is close to nabbing the part of the Evil Queen in ‘The Brother’s Grimm: Snow White’.
Johnny Depp is the latest to get the LEGO treatment, specifically for his role as swishbuckler Captain Jack Sparrow.
Take a sneak peak at Cap’s sidekick Bucky Barnes, and find out what director Joe Johnston has to say about Bucky’s new “bad boy” baditude.
She’s probably as excited as a school girl staring at a vampire man’s chiseled, glittery abs.
Ten months later, the script for Pet Semetary is really, really close to being done. Seriously, it’s very close to completion.
What right did those Egyptians have to attack him, especially when there are so many other journalists worthy of a beating. Here are 9 examples.
Here’s some casting that makes perfect sense. Tim Burton has his sights on virginal Bella Heathcoate and professional creepazoid Jackie Earle Haley for his stab at Dark Shadows.
Vanity Fair has recently released a list of the 40 highest-paid people in film, and it should come as no surprise that the numbers are downright gaudy.