J.J. Abrams will not be doing for Star Wars what he did for Star Trek. The director admitted over the weekend that his passion for the original Star Wars films likely would prevent him from stepping up to helm Part Seven. So who is going to direct this thing?
Brad Bird has been developing a sci-fi drama at Disney that's drawing comparisons to Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Now that George Clooney's name has been attached as a possible lead, we're far more excited for the project than we already were. Find out more right here.
Thanks to the original making somewhere north of $270 million at the global box office (to date), Sony Pictures Animation has confirmed a sequel to Hotel Transylvania. But we already know someone isn't coming back or part two. Find out who.
The story of the weekend is Skyfall, which posted a whopping $87 million, setting a new franchise record for the highest opening-weekend number for a Bond film.
Our sister site Movies.com goes Bond-crazy and comes up with a gazillion statistics about the superspy, like how many women he's been with, kill totals, and lots more; plus an exhaustive update on Star Wars Episode VII and lots more to geek out over.
Ever since his 1992 film role as an aspiring bullfighter in Jamón Jamón, Javier Bardem quickly established himself as an action star. He's played a bank robber, a detective, a crime lord, a twisted monk and a sociopath assassin in No Country for Old Men. So, in celebration of his latest big screen project, Skyfall, in theaters today, we decided to highlight a few of our favorite Javier Bardem on-screen moments.
Although Steven Spielberg's latest Lincoln is in limited release, its $50 million budget doesn't exactly qualify it as an indie movie. Here are the indie/limited release films opening this weekend you should see if they're playing near you...
Guess how much Skyfall will take in at the box office this weekend? We want to hear your estimates.
Good news for fans who have been waiting for the delayed Gangster Squad to arrive in theaters. We recently saw a new trailer and now we get eight character banners featuring the various leads. Which one is your favorite and are you still looking forward to this film?
Did you realize how hard Alfred Hitchcock (Anthony Hopkins) had to fight the studio executives to get them to release Psycho? The international trailer for Sacha Gervasi's informative biopic Hitchcock explains.
With Django Unchained just over a month away from arriving in theaters, we've teamed up with The Weinstein Company to present a weekly feature which will highlight various trivia facts about Quentin Tarantino's prior films. We kick things off this week with Reservoir Dogs. How many of these facts did you know?
Opening in limited release this weekend is one of the best foreign films of the year - A Royal Affair. Boasting strong performances from leads Mads Mikkelsen (Casino Royale) and newcomer Alicia Vikander and an absorbing, intriguing true strory, Affair is poised to shake up the awards season race. Here are a few reasons you should check it out...
It’s not your father’s James Bond in Skyfall. That’s only because, actually, James Bond is more like your father. And like our Bond, unfortunately, the film itself stumbles to deal with its own "old-school" underpinnings. Skyfall reminds the audience that Bond is not just a super-agent; he is, in fact, a contract assassin with a license to kill.
The Hangover Part III continues to film ahead of its May 2013 release date. But details, remarkably, still have been kept under wraps. And yet, a new photo shared by director Todd Phillips might give away a key scene. Do you want to click and find out?
What started out as idle internet rumors and chatter over the past couple weeks has landed Mark Wahlberg in one of the biggest modern movie franchises in the world. Michael Bay has confirmed, via his website, that Wahlberg will indeed star in Transformers 4.
"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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