What super cool stuff did we learn while on the Albuquerque set of possibly the year's biggest movie? Oh, just sequel news, set details, the Hulk creation....
Marvel Studios has gotten the ball rolling on finding a director for Captain America 2. Find out who might be directing Cap in the sequel. Also, Kevin Smith talks Clerks 3 and the tickle spider attacks Jon Hamm.
Ron Burgundy is officially headed back to the big screen. Check out the official announcement video from Conan as well as all the week's trailers and clips including Mel Gibson's return to action-comedy, The Dark Knight Rises trailer in LEGO form and cast interviews for Wrath and Mirror Mirror.
Recently we started a conversation regarding texting in movie theaters, and received such a passionate response from Fandango readers that we wanted to post some of the best replies. Social media's influence continues to spread over the movie-going experience. Find out what your fellow Fandango readers had to say about texting in a movie theater.
What started out as a rumor (and a very unfunny pre-April Fools joke) is now a confirmed fact. There is indeed a sequel to the 1988 Arnold Schwarzenegger/Danny DeVito comedy Twins in the works. The working title is Triplets, but if that's not enough-- Eddie Murphy is rumored to join the cast.
And so we've arrived at the end of another month of movies. Will The Hunger Games retain the top spot at the box office or will Wrath of the Titans slash its way to the top? Perhaps the first of two Snow White re-imaginings this year will charm their way to victory. Let's take a look at what's hitting theaters this weekend…
Two new video blogs from the set of the upcoming James Bond movie Skyfall have been posted on 007.com. In these new videos we get our first look at Berenice Marlohe as Severine and Naomie Harris as Eve in the film.
Jennifer Lawrence stars in the low-budget horror-thriller House at the End of the Street while Scott Speedman portrays a World War II vet turned bank robber in Citizen Gangster. Also, Chris Pine and Elizabeth Banks star as sibilings who've never met in People Like Us. What do you think?
Kevin Smith is set to make one more movie before he retires (the hockey dramedy Hit Somebody), but that doesn't necessarily mean the films that he made in the past won't live on in some other format. The director hinted at the possibility of bringing Clerks to Broadway. Do you think it's a good idea and would you buy a ticket?
With American Reunion set to hit theaters next week and their Harold and Kumar franchise safely enshrined in cult movie hall of fame (with a 3D movie to boot), writer-directors Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg inked a deal earlier this week with Universal Pictures. The duo said that they'd like to remake Back to the Future... eventually.
This week, the Alamo Drafthouse invites you to laugh at sex…and also the city.
Near, far, wherever you are, you can get a sneak peek of Titanic 3D the day before it sails into select theaters April 4. Not only that, but your sneak peek 3D ticket will get you a pair of limited edition 3D glasses and an art lithograph! Find out which theaters are screening the event, here.
Will Ferrell set the movie world abuzz with his announcement that Ron Burgundy officially would be back for an Anchorman sequel. But why stop there? Now that Ferrell has opened the door to doing sequels, here are five of his iconic characters that we'd want to see on screen again … and soon!
Thanks to the massive worldwide success of Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland a few years ago (it’s one of the top 10 highest grossing movies of all time), many filmmakers are cracking open the classic and copyright-free children’s fables to retell their stories in a fresh way. Hollywood likes to reinvent fairy tales for the same reason it likes to make sequels: it’s an easy way to sell tickets.
James Cameron's voyage to the bottom of the sea was documented for a 3D feature he plans to bring to theaters in the near future. Until then, National Geographic has one minute of footage, and we have quotes from the Oscar-winning director explaining how he documented his historic dive.
"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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