Columbia Pictures has grabbed the US distribution rights for the film, to be written by ‘The Hurt Locker’ scribe Mark Boal. It’s a regular Hurt Lockereunion.
Yeah. That just happened.
In this version, Houdini falls victim to a con artist. ‘Harry Houdini: Rube’
Director Matthew Vaughn plans to go all Multiple Man and make sequels.
You know who’s really getting jerked around with all these schedule changes? The dwarves.
Good to know that one of the thousand Frankenstein films in development is in able hands.
One does not simply walk onto the set of ‘The Hobbit’.
Toby Jones has followed Stanley Tucci to the set of ‘The Hunger Games’.
Now we can all get face tats without fear of legal repercussion.
We’re a step closer to Eric Roberts appearing in a Digital Short.
Shelby, NC residents: find the big “District 12″ lettering and it’ll lead you to Tween Hollywood History in the making.
The dad from ‘Ghost Rider’ will meet Admiral Brigham from ‘Transformers’ in Gotham.
News from behind the Wall of Sound: Al Pacino, who will play Spector, is currently lawyering up.
Some posters you hang on your wall, others you look at on the internet to get psyched about an upcoming movie. Could you do both? I suppose… you could.
If Slash gets a ‘Frankenstein’ movie, then everyone gets a ‘Frankenstein’ movie.
Don’t you sigh. This isn’t about you. It’s what the world needs.
Just like ‘Shrek Forever After’.
Half-woman, half-fish, all-sexy.
Which one has the robots, again?
Them’s fightin’ words!
Should have opened on Talk Like A Pirate Day.
Martin Freeman hooked his brosef up with a ‘Hobbit’ gig.
It pays to not admit you’re a Nazi.
Maybe that’s why the camera was straight.
Have you heard the one about Art Linson and Robert De Niro?
Joey King will play some kid, but what kid?
Warner Bros and Disney vie for Darren Aronofsky’s attention, while Wolverine heals his broken, mutant heart.
The actor has been light biking around the $100 adaptation of the popular graphic novel, ever since the project jumped spaceship from Disney to Universal.
The reboot machine computed David Mandel, a writer for Cohen’s ‘The Dictator’, was the logical choice for screenwriter.