Kristen Stewart is in the news for a number of reasons today. First, her anticipated road-trip drama On the Road finally secured U.S. distribution. Them MTV added the actress to its list of celebrity presenters at this year's MTV Movie Awards. What else is going on in KStew's world at the moment? We've got you covered.
Before The Avengers went ahead and destroyed all kinds of box office records this past weekend, director Joss Whedon was a cult superhero in his own right. He took to Whedonesque, an online community for Whedonettes, to thank fans new and old. Read the full letter below, including his plans to finally be able to finance his dream project – a reboot of Air Bud (he's kidding… we think).
Just in time for Mother's Day is this weekend's re-release of Best Picture winner, The Artist. And with the upcoming release is our exclusive announcement of a special Facebook promotion courtesy of our friends at Weinstein Company...
Becks is back as the butt-kicking vampiress Selene in the fourth Underworld movie that thankfully eschews her lycan romance for more violence (yes!), while on the opposite end of the spectrum is the romance The Vow. And then, on a spectrum nobody else is on, lies Tim & Eric's Billion Dollar Movie.
There's been a sudden burst of casting activity for Disney's Sleeping Beauty re-imagining Maleficent, with Elle Fanning (Dakota's younger sister) being cast as Princess Aurora and a slew of British actors securing roles in the 2014 film. Do you think Fanning will be able to hold her own against Jolie or will she be squashed by the screen presence of one of the biggest movie stars in the world?
It has been seven years since the last Scary Movie hit theaters and while there have certainly been a host of horror movies that could have easily been spoofed, including the over-used found-footage format, the producers of the fifth Scary Movie have decided to skewer an Oscar Award-winning film from two years ago. Should this franchise be brought back from the dead?
Joss Whedon recently revealed in an interview that he'll add 30 minutes to his The Avengers when the film hits DVD and Blu-ray. But would you rather see that version in theaters, and potentially in 3D? Or are longer edits on popular films best left at home? We'd love to hear your thoughts on the matter.
The first trailer for Argo, directed by and starring Ben Affleck has arrived. The dramatic thriller co-stars Bryan Cranston, John Goodman, Kyle Chandler and a host of other famous faces and looks to make some sort of dark horse awards run when it hits theaters in October. But based on what you see in the trailer, do you think it even has a shot?
Matthew McConaughey has been receiving rave reviews for this performance in William Friedkin's latest film, the NC-17 rated Killer Joe. Take a look at the first trailer and sound off with your thoughts.
In the aftermath of The Avengers destroying box office records of all sorts this past weekend, a few news posts regarding members of "Earth's mightest superheroes" have surfaced. Also, we finally get a first look at Game of Thrones star Lena Headey in this fall's Dredd.
The Avengers shattered box office records this weekend, but did it deserve it? Sound off with your thoughts on summer's first big blockbuster
Cameron has already lined up two Avatar sequels that are scheduled to arrive in theaters sometime in 2015 and 2016, respectively. Now the director says that his days of developing other films are over, except, maybe, possibly a fourth Avatar in the distant future. Are you happy Cameron is focusing all his filmmaking energy on more Avatar films?
While Marvel's superheroes have kicked off the summer movie season in a big way, there are a few non-comic book related movies out there looking to gain some buzz. With 2012 being an election year, the teaming of Will Ferrell and Zack Galifianakis in the political comedy The Campaign seems like comedy gold. Check out the clips, inside!
Joss Whedon's The Avengers raked in an estimated $200 million over the weekend, blowing holes through previous box office records. If any film due to come out in theaters this summer has a chance of topping that number, it's Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises. Can the Bat beat Marvel's mightiest heroes? We break down the film's chances.
This past weekend, Fandango was one of a handful of outlets invited down to Universal Studios Orlando to catch a sneak peek at the theme park's new Superstar Parade and Cinematic Spectacular attractions. Both events are part of Universal's overall celebration of 100 years in the movie biz and go live on Tuesday.
"Welcome to the party, pal."
"I am serious... and don't call me Shirley."
"When am I gonna learn how to punch?"
"These go to eleven."
"Benjamin, have you ever been severely beaten about the face & neck?"
"Just keep swimming, swimming, swimming."
"You're gonna need a bigger boat."
"Jessica's got cable."
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