The guy did ‘Shanghai Knights’, so his track record in accurate retellings of medieval lore speaks for itself.
Looks like a big cartoon, but it’s a really cool cartoon.
Younger shops for car movies the way most people shop for cars.
He’s remaking the French version of an American novel. Who has squatter’s rights?
…and that, folks, is far from all, because we have a preview image from “Daffy’s Rhapsody.”
Are you excited about ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pt. 2’? I know the main characters are, judging by their wands.
Pacino is close to playing an aging rock star in writer Fogelman’s ‘Imagine’, and I can imagine him destroying some instruments.
In 8 new clips, you’ll see how Hal Jordan learns to fly, thanks to the help of Fish Chicken McGee – among other things.
‘Tarzan: A New Hope’?
Hollywood hears you loud and clear. You said you wanted more ‘Yogi Bear’ movies, and goddamn it, they’re gonna make you more ‘Yogi Bear’ movies.
He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named, but who ladies call “Mr. Handsome,” is the focus of a new poster for ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2′.
Warner Bros and Disney vie for Darren Aronofsky’s attention, while Wolverine heals his broken, mutant heart.
The reboot machine computed David Mandel, a writer for Cohen’s ‘The Dictator’, was the logical choice for screenwriter.
Even after ‘Mars Needs Moms’, Robert Zemeckis somehow gets to produce more Disney animated movies. Amazing.
No pressure, unknown screenwriter Ed Whitworth, but everybody at Warner Bros is counting on you. Again, no pressure.
New TV Spots for ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows Part 2′ and ‘X-Men: First Class': Muggles vs. Mutants.
Let the inevitable Twitter battle begin.
Three Warner Bros movies got release dates, so mark your calendars for ‘Dark Shadows’, ‘Rivals’ and ‘Journey 2′. Or just let their incessant marketing campaigns remind you.
Is this the result of a night where WB marketing executives partied too hard?
Who’s this pit for: Ra’s al Ghul or Bane? Time to fire up the Batputer and process these clues.
Martin Luther King Jr. had a dream. That dream had nothing to do with there being a biopic about his life, let alone two competing biopics.
The universe is gonna be saved by Ryan Reynolds, Forehead Man, Ugly Dog Face Man, and Chicken Fish: The Superhero.
Screenwriter Fogelman got Cruise attached to his untitled new movie pitch and sold it for millions. I guess Scientology powers are real.
Hal Jordan is imagi-ring-ing a machine gun slash acceptable nightlight.
The upcoming, animated ‘Batman: Year One’ has a cast. Here’s who will get paid a bundle for a few hours in a voice record booth…
This can only be the work of Lex Luthor. Or whoever it is running Warner Bros.
Michael Clarke Duncan took the green mile all the way to Green Lantern planet in his green machine. I assume he has a green machine.
His work with Ted Danson comes first.
I’d also like to see cowboys fight mummies. Here’s hoping they can work that in here.
Don’t worry. We’re going to see a revised marketing onslaught soon enough.