Dark Shadows didn't do well over its opening weekend. Most box-office trackers didn't expect it to beat The Avengers, but the estimated $28 million earned over the weekend marks an all-time low for Tim Burton. Are people getting tired of his collaborations with Johnny Depp, or is this a one-off swing and miss? We discuss.
Director Tim Burton and movie star Johnny Depp may be middle-aged men but their movies indicate they have the souls of teenagers. Find out three of their movies that kids can enjoy as well as a trio of movies you should see in theaters this weekend.
Not only do we get the official synopsis for the seventh Tim Burton/Johnny Depp movie, Dark Shadows, but nine groovy-looking posters to go along with it. Also, check out the first look at Hugh Jackman as Jean Valjean in Tom Hooper's adaptation of Les Miserables.
Today brings new trailers for the Kate Hudson/Gael Garcia Bernal romantic dramedy A Little Bit of Heaven and our first look at Johnny Depp in Dark Shadows. Also, Morgan Spurlock meets a behind the scenes look his Comic Con themed documentary, Comic Con: Episode IV. Take a look inside!
It's a big day for Johnny Depp fans, as photos of the star in both Dark Shadows and The Lone Ranger hit the Web. Shadows marks his latest collaboration with director Tim Burton. What do you think of their gothic appearance?
Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer saddle up for the first promotional image from The Lone Ranger, which producer Jerry Bruckheimer tweets from the blockbuster's movie set. What do you think of the new Lone Ranger and Tonto?
Deadline has just broken news that Edgar Wright has landed his next directing gig: Disney has commited the Shaun of the Dead and Scott Pilgrim vs. The World director to develop their reboot of the '70s TV/movie series The Night Stalker, starring Johnny Depp.
This weekend won’t see any new horror movies enter the marketplace; only a sci-fi thriller, an animated comedic adventure and another odd one starring Johnny Depp. Let’s take a closer look …
Up to now, what has happened behind closed doors to trim The Lone Ranger production budget down to $215 million has been a mystery. Producer Jerry Bruckheimer spoke with The Hollywood Reporter to reveal how they trimmed the budget, his thoughts on the new release date and what got cut out of the script. Are you happy to hear the movie is back on track?
Gore Verbinski and Jerry Bruckheimer will present their revised budget/vision for The Lone Ranger, which Disney put the brakes on a few weeks ago when the budget skyrocketed toward $275 million. According to Deadline, the duo has trimmed the budget down to $215 million, which is still not the $200 million Disney was shooting for. Should Disney make the duo make more cuts?
Taylor Lautner and Nicolas Cage lead a pack of rumored potential Expendables 2 actors while Dan Aykroyd updates us on Ghostbusters 3 and Chevy Chase looks to take another Vacation. Plus Breaking Dawn world premiere info, Liam Neeson gets Taken again and Jim Carrey, Ryan Gosling and Joseph Gordon-Levitt's viral videos of the week.
In a week that saw Disney pull the plug (temporarily) on a tentpole blockbuster, the Scott Brothers go on a sequel/reboot rampage and Bradley Cooper ditch The Crow remake, a slew of trailers hit the ‘net and Mike Myers might be doing a fourth Austin Powers movie. Yeah, baby, YEAH! Let’s take a look back at the news, rumors, pics, videos, trailers and cast interviews for the third week in August.
Late Friday word came down that Disney had decided to shelve their upcoming Jerry Bruckheimer-produced Lone Ranger movie starring Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer due to a ballooning budget that at one point was over $240 million. How many expensive special effects could there be in a Lone Ranger movie?
Johnny Depp is considering a fifth go-round at a pirate's life and a giant paycheck. He's currently in negotiations to sign a deal for a new installment in the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. Do you even want another Pirates movie, or has the salty sea air turned sour for you?
Johnny Depp and Rob Marshall reunite to remake The Thin Man while Al Pacino returns to his gangster roots in Gotti. Also, The Hunger Games casts two more famous faces.
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