Robert DeNiro plays a homeless father/ brilliant writer who through some fated coincidence meets his twenty-something son in Being Flynn. Also Bruce Willis dodges double-crossing drug dealers in Catch .44 and Michelle Yeoh hits all the right notes en route to a possible Oscar nomination in The Lady.
As proof of how quickly an unknown actress can become a highly sought-after rising star (just ask Jessica Chastain), Like Crazy star Felicity Jones has been cast as the female lead in Warren Beatty's Howard Hughes biopic. Check out who else is being considered for roles in the movie.
Our good buddies Twitch Film are reporting that Warner Bros. has offered Twilight star Kristen Stewart the female lead in their long-brewing live action remake of seminal Japanese anime Akira. Of course, this doesn't mean that Stewart has accepted but we'll throw it to you to see if you like this casting decision.
All three new releases were pretty much trashed by critics. But we're not here for to talk about what critics thought, we want to know what you thought. Sounds off with your thoughts on this past weekends new releases, inside!
Check out three new images for Pixar's Brave that have arrived online featuring the film's lead star, Merida, a feisty princess who attracts all sorts of trouble to her kingdom when she breaks an ancient custom. Also, Disney announces that a Tangled short will play before Beauty and the Beast 3D.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows director David Yates is working with BBC Worldwide Productions to develop a big screen adaptation of the immensely popular (and undying) BBC series Doctor Who. Having said that, take this story with a glacier of salt; not because the sources involved are unreliable, but because reliable sources aren't all saying the same thing.
The world premiere for Breaking Dawn begins today at 5p. PST/8p. EST and you can watch the live stream right here courtesy of Yahoo Movies! Tune in to see all your favorite Twilight stars walk the black carpet and find out how you can ask them a question!
With the unrelenting trend of reaching back into the childhoods of Generation Xers and adapting toys, games and other fond memories into big-budget motion pictures, it comes as little surprise that Warner Bros. has greenlit a movie based on the Lego toys. Which begs the question, would you watch a Lego movie?
The toys are back in Small Fry, the second Toy Story short set to screen before The Muppets. Check out the sneak peek clip released by Pixar which finds Buzz Lightyear in the midst of a prison breakout.
The brand spanking new Hunger Games trailer premiered this morning on Good Morning America, and it definitely packs a larger punch than that first initial teaser. This one does a great job of setting up the premise while not giving away too much. Check it out, inside!
The recent Breaking Dawn press conference had Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner talking all things Twilight, including their own opinions on weddings, imprinting, and pregnancy. Among the highlights: Pattinson explaining why he thinks a groom's role in a wedding is "just as a prop," ...
All eyes were on the revolving door that was the Oscars as Brett Ratner and Eddie Murphy stepped down from their gigs and Brian Grazer and Billy Crystal came to the rescue. The trailer for Snow White and the Huntsman debuted, Ashton Kutcher's Twitter debacle and more (frivolous) lawsuits highlight this week in movie news, pics and videos. Let's take a look back…
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 hits theaters in just a few days, and we're really curious to know what your expectations for the film are. To get the discussion going, we've created a forum where you can post a video of yourself via VYou and Facebook and tell us all about it...
Don't worry Jason Statham fans, your favorite action star hasn't pulled a Rock or Vin Diesel or Hulk Hogan and taken on an emasculating role as a tough guy suburban Mr. Nanny, but he is still basically a babysitter in his new movie. Check out the trailer inside!
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