The John Cusack film The Raven, in which the beloved actor portrays Edgar Allan Poe, has been acquired by Relativity Media.
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.
In this week’s column we’ll take a look at the Oscar prospects of T-t-he K-k-k-ing’s S-p-p-peech. And now that I’ve gotten that easy gag out of the way let us get down to brass tacks.
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.
The Man’s Guide To Love, a website boasting man-on-the-street video testimonials of various males explain what love means to them, is getting the big screen and book treatment.
Here’s a rundown of the tent-pole trailers that will air in between talking baby ads and horses farting.
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.
Colin Farrell’s ex has sold her suicide memoir ‘Your Voice In My Head’ to a British film company. She’s like the Taylor Swift of screenwriting.
Matthew Vaughn drops two new images of mutants in action to remedy the negative reaction to the leaked cast photo.
Robert Downey Jr. is out, so the Disney folks called Johnny Depp. They used the telephone in CEO Bob Iger’s office that’s a direct line to Depp’s meditation cave.
It’s hard to believe, but even in a society that’s as sick and depraved as our own, there are still some actresses who refuse to go topless. That’s insane!
Man, that’s some “X.” Maybe it’s the biggest X in eXistence?
Willow Smith may star as the ancient comic strip orphan in a new version produced by her rappin’ dad.
HBO Films must think the musical theater world is full of freaks, because they brought in X-Men director Bryan Singer to helm their upcoming Bob Fosse movie.
All signs point toward the quintessential buddy cop franchise is getting the oh-so-trendy “reboot” in the near future.
It’s safe to say that Neill Blomkamp won’t have any trouble finding a home for his District 9 follow-up Elysium. He also won’t have any problem making it look dope as Hell.
Like sands through the hourglass, so is the development of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.
Josh Schwartz continues to deny the existence of people over 20 with the teen comedy Fun Size.
David Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis seems to be swapping out the whole cast, one move at a time.
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.
The realizations that Prometheus can’t push them around and that Tim Burton is just one man has caused Disney to move the dates of two 2012 releases.
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.
Check out these non-moving pictures from this summer’s biggest moving pictures.
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.
Thanks to The Town, Ben Affleck has put his history of terrible films in his rearview.
Meet the website that’s in every NRA member’s Google Reader.
The TMZ dudes recording the video with their Flip thought Spider-Man’s flip was hilarious. Yeah, I bet they’re laughing cause they can do that stunt a whole lot better.