He’s such a generous guy.
Sam Neill is available.
The top 10 war movies of all time dramatize various degrees of human behavior—greed, fear, hatred, and compassion. Witnessing and partaking in violence surely traumatizes all those involved, and these…
Chiklis will be playing the villain in Jason Statham’s ‘Parker’, while Goggins and his teeth will play…a progressive democrat. Fun!
Zemeckis, take notes.
War Horse is at war.
If this were just a movie about cool robot fights, that would be awesome. That’s not what it is though.
Expect to see a lot of him in the next ‘Mission: Impossible’ sequel.
The child in me who likes to see people being eaten really wants this.
The writer behind ‘Saving Private Ryan’ gets post-apocalyptic.
Joss Stone is the Frank Sinatra Jr. of our time…
The show proves that she looks hot even in post-apocalyptic rags.
A hardcore opening leads us into a promising new alien series.
If you can’t wait for this to release on VHS, you can win tickets for an advanced screening.
Witness the birth of a future necrophiliac.
Our new contributor to all things geek, Jenna Busch, takes us back to simpler times, when kids solved mysteries without the Internet.
Turns out to be a patronizing exercise in fabricated childhood emotion.
Maybe the monster is actually invisible. Think about that.
The famous director has gone back on the idea of digitally altering past films, putting Spielberg at odds with his friend George “I Change My Old Movies All The Time, Just To Piss You Off” Lucas.
This trailer is hitting theaters this weekend if you want to see it really, really big.
Paramount gave the interwebs a ton of new pictures showing the film’s many, many humans.
In case Schwarzenegger’s secret kid is pushing the ‘Super 8′ kids temporarily out of your head, here’s some more preview stuff.
‘Star Trek’ fans, rejoice. The J.J. Abrams-patented excessive lens flare is back.
Children are such scaredy cats when it comes to guys with bloody faces pointing guns at them.
The lines are so clean!
Among NBC’s new shows for the vaginally-inclined: “Up All Night” with Christina Applegate, the Whitney Cummings sitcom and Spielberg’s Broadway drama “Smash.”
Spielberg is too busy directing Lincoln and Executive Producing a whole bunch o’ stuff for ’39 Clues’. “Feed it to the Rat-Man,” he said.
When Lincoln rolls, he rolls deep.
Finding a film for everyone from kids to adults to enjoy is tough, but there are plenty of family adventure movies that don't suck. These films offer romance for the…