Some intriguing new casting news for Brick and Brothers Bloom director Rian Johnson’s upcoming science fiction movie Looper.
What ‘About Last Night’? Something about sex, most likely.
Can’t pick what to watch from the Netflix instant movies menu? We’re here to help.
Mark Ruffalo will likely whisper and squint his way through writer Stuart Blumberg’s follow up to The Kid’s Are All Right.
It looks like the new Red Crown Productions is working on a movie and possible franchise based on the Choose Your Own Adventure series.
I can’t decide if it’s the mustaches or Al Pacino shouting his lines that make this look like Generic Cop Movie 2011 Edition.
The movie version of Fox’s retired hit drama ’24′ is not dead. It’s just been sitting in a basement, tied to a chair, waiting for Jack Bauer to waterboard the sh*t out of it.
A murderer with a creepy mask on is staring at you, while you stare at these pictures from the upcoming ‘Scream 4.’
Po the Panda Bear is coming back to theaters to fight his greatest enemy yet: the declining sales of ‘Kung Fu Panda’ toys, backpacks and other sh*t.
Of course, the most important part of the film will be blood gushing sound effects every six minutes, but I suppose plot and dialogue can’t hurt.
George Lucas is re-making the classic ‘Star Tours’ Disneyland ride and re-releasing the whole ‘Star Wars’ series on Blu-Ray. Is there anything he won’t “re-”?
A fourth film version of A Star Is Born has been announced, and the players involved run from the obvious to the totally, mind-blowingly surprising.
The upcoming biography of Julian Assange has been optioned today to become a dramatic biopic.
Del Toro, Franco, and Shannon have been snagged for the upcoming film The Iceman, the true story of a mafia hitman.
The cast offers up some juicy spoilers on the D&D episode and Shirley’s ex-husband.
Hot on the heels of a toe up Neville Longbottom, comes two more pics from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II.
Recently, Marvel has made an inspired choice in finding the screenwriter for the Black Panther’s foray into film.
Movie reviews won’t be the only thing Roger Ebert will be premiering on his New PBS show ‘Ebert Presents at the Movies’. Ebert, who lost his lower jaw to thyroid cancer in 2006, will be showing off his new facial prosthesis on his new public television program.
Is it time to see if another comedian can not only act in a not-completely-slapstick role, but also SING? Well, it’s that time for Russell Brand, who is the newest purported cast addition to ‘Rock of Ages’.
Morgan Spurlock is set to open out eyes yet again after getting his newest film, The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, picked up for distribution by Sony Studios.
I guess we’re not allowed to pile minors in a sweaty, semi-nude, post-opiate/coital orgy hill.
Paul W.S. Anderson’s The Three Musketeers is coming, and there are two brand new photo to prove it!
Mr. Pettyfer has recently been picked up to lead another possible franchise based on the series of young adult books titled The Mortal Instruments.
The John Cusack film The Raven, in which the beloved actor portrays Edgar Allan Poe, has been acquired by Relativity Media.
Never one to turn down a role, the star of every other movie has returned to the Star Wars universe.
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.