It appears the only way we're getting more Twilight movies beyond The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2 is if Stephenie Meyer writes more books. Meanwhile, those Twi-hards itching for a piece of Breaking Dawn, Part 2 will get it when the trailer premieres before The Hunger Games this March 23. Would you like to see Meyer pen more stories they can adapt into movies or TV shows?
European actors often end up playing a villain role once they've gained some fame in America. FunnyorDie uses this concept and presents a short vignette with the charming star of The Artist, Jean Dujardin. Watch as he auditions for every villain role in Hollywood. Which one is your favorite?
Naomi Watts has stepped in for Jessica Chastain to portray the late Princess Diana in the upcoming biopic Caught in Flight. Also, Billy Connolly becomes the final actor cast in Peter Jackson's Hobbit movies and the 300 prequel may have found its lead.
Gary Friedrich created the character of Ghost Rider for Marvel in the '70s. It's not a matter of dispute, it's just a fact. Marvel owns the rights to the character and has ever since Friedrich signed his creation over to them three decades ago. Sure, there's little question to the legality of what Marvel is doing, but what about the morality of it? Does it make you view Marvel any differently?
We don't need full reviews of Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace 3D to remind us how good or bad the actual movie is. What we really want to know is if all the time and money put into the 3D conversion worth it? For the audience, that is. We know it was worth it for Lucasfilm. Here's The Conversation heard around the Internet...
After nearly 80 years of failed attempts, the film adaptation based upon Edgar Rice Burroughs' characters finally comes to the big screen next month. Check out the full set visit.
This week, the Alamo Drafthouse helps you discover the meaning of twue wuv with screenings for Moulin Rouge, Love Bites, Scott Pilgrim, High Fidelity, The Princess Bride and more!
With Valentine's Day less than a week away, we decided to ask you what some of the worst actors and movies of the romantic comedy genre are. You can check out the worst rom-com films in our gallery and the worst actor, actress and comedy couple results, inside. Did we miss anybody?
EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Oscar nominated Muppets songwriter Bret McKenzie reacts to the Oscar producer's decision to exclude the nominated songs from the Oscar telecast. Here's what he had to say.
Valentine’s Day is just days away so it’s only logical that the romantic drama The Vow opens this weekend, but what about Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace in 3D and Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, also opening just before the holiday? In fact, these 3D action adventure films are actually ideal to share with the ones you love.
Today we get a first look at Disney's video game inspired animated feature Wreck-It Ralph, opening November 12, as well as new images from Dredd, John Carter and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. Take a look, inside!
Universal has just dropped the first trailer for The Bourne Legacy, and it does a great job of teasing the film while bridging the gap between this and The Bourne Ultimatium, which was the last Bourne-related film featuring Matt Damon in the starring role. Check out the new trailer and poster, inside, and let us know what you think!
Jason Statham will be starring in the remake of the 1987 action-thriller Heat. Brian De Palma is set to direct the story about a former gambling addict turned bodyguard who prefers using his fists (or a knife) instead of firearms. Sleazy gambling henchman, broken escorts, and Statham's fast-paced pursuit? Sounds like it has De Palma written all over it.
If you thought Joseph Gordon-Levitt has been busy over the past few years, you haven't seen anything yet. Not only does the man have a big fistful of high-profile films (including a certain Batflick) on the way, but now comes word from Deadline that the versatile filmmaker will be directing his debut feature, co-starring the luminous Scarlett Johansson.
According to Box Office Mojo, The Wolverine will hit theaters on July 26th, 2013, sliding into a late-July spot that's been friendly to comic book characters like Batman and Captain America in the past. What say you? Excited about The Wolverine? Can Fox make up for the mistakes made with X-Men Origins: Wolverine?
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