Daniel Radcliffe's next role will find him mixed up with the yakuza while Transformers 4 lands its lead villain and it's actually a pretty good casting choice. Find out who it is!
It was a busy end of the week in casting including Emma Watson in Cinderella, Daniel Radcliffe in Frankenstein, Halle Berry close to returning for more X-Men, Gary Oldman joining Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and much more!
Jon Hamm has signed on to an untitled comedy being directed by Greg Mottola of Superbad fame and co-starring Curb Your Enthusiasm's Larry David. Also, Rob Zombie moves away from horror to direct a hockey movie, a quad poster for Taken 2, Game of Thrones and True Blood come to SDCC, Moonrise Kingdom cast watches Moonrise Kingdom and more!
G.I. Joe: Retaliation gets bumped to 2013 in favor of a 3D conversion. Plus, Alf might be coming to the big screen, Daniel Radcliffe is interested in playing The Flash, the Iron Man 3 budgets gets a boost and check out some awesome limited edition Nike Iron Man sneakers!
The first pics of Liam Neeson displaying his special set of skills (again) in Taken 2, have arrived. Also, might Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe be voicing Guillermo Del Toro's stop-action animated Pinocchio? Plus Avenger Cats, Sin City sequel's first poster and Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield sing a song about Spider-Man.
Michael Fassbender reunites with director Steve McQueen as a Manhattan sex addict in the NC-17-rated Shame. Also, a flashy new U.K. trailer for Daniel Radcliffe's The Woman in Black and Alvin and crew are back in Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked. Check out the trailers inside!
Nick Jonas is headed to Broadway to take over Daniel Radcliffe’s role in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. If you haven’t seen Business yet, will you rush to catch Radcliffe during his final months or are you more excited to see Nick take over?
We haven’t seen Daniel Radcliffe in a non-Harry Potter role since 2007’s December Boys. Thankfully, his first feature stint outside of Hogwarts looks promising as the first domestic teaser trailer for The Woman in Black has arrived. Also, Roland Emmerich's revisionist take on Shakespeare and Chris Evans battles drugs, personal demons and a corporate medical giant.
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The final Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows film is fast approaching, and while you're rounding up your Muggle friends to watch the last film together, we're gathering our reporters to cover the very last of Harry Potter features and cast interviews. Send us your questions for the cast in the comments section below!
The end is here. Well, for Harry Potter posters at least. With the release of the final Harry Potter flick just over a week away, Warner Bros. has released four posters featuring Harry, Ron, Hermione and Lord Voldemort. Check them out inside.
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"I am serious... and don't call me Shirley."
"When am I gonna learn how to punch?"
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"Benjamin, have you ever been severely beaten about the face & neck?"
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"Jessica's got cable."
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