It’s not Cameron Crowe. I’m sorry to have wasted everyone’s time.
Luke Evans is the new face of vengeance.
Unless he isn’t.
He reads a little too Coldplay to be ‘The Crow’.
He’s risking a critical drubbing with a title like that.
Put the dorky image of lab coats and giant machines blooming with arcs of lightning aside when you encounter these cool time travelers from TV shows.
It stars actual Navy SEALs. You can tell by the way they point their guns.
I’m not crying. Shut up. I just hit my eye while lifting weights.
Where are your seven dwarves, Kristen Stewart? Yeah, that’s what I thought.
Eric Draven can come back from the dead, but when he’s killed with a lawsuit, he becomes perma-dead.
Relativity has picked up the Jennifer Lawrence thriller ‘House at the End of the Street’. What did you think I meant? Sex? No, but that would be awesome.
‘The Crow’ is back from the dead and ready to paint its face… to freak you out.
The story about five robot lions that unite to form a giant space warrior must be told.
The ‘Salt’ director is in talks to step in for Pierre Morel.
It’s lazier than this excerpt I’m writing right now.
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’.
The John Cusack film The Raven, in which the beloved actor portrays Edgar Allan Poe, has been acquired by Relativity Media.
Ready for a hip version of David and Goliath? Tough.
With rival Snow White projects set up at Universal and Relativity, it was only a matter of time before the studios began their search to figure out who would play the mean, old bitch in their films.