What once was known as 1952 now goes by Tomorrowland … and yet, we're no closer to figuring out what Brad Bird and George Clooney's period/sci-fi drama actually will be about.
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.
This week brings two very popular nomination announcements: SAG (or Screen Actors Guild) and the Golden Globes (from the Hollywood Foreign Press). Today is SAG, awards voted on by actors and actresses. So which 2011 performances do the performers like best? Check out and see if your favorites got nominated!
As awards season rolls on, four critic circles named their best of 2011 while the American Film Institute unveiled their top ten movies of 2011, including Bridesmaids. Check out the rest of the winners.
There was a special screening of The Descendants on Wed., November 16th at the Bing Theater at The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) with a Q&A afterwards with director Alexander Payne, stars George Clooney, Shailene Woodley, Judy Greer, Matthew Lillard, Beau Bridges, Nick Krause and Robert Forster.
Sound off in our poll on whether you thought Real Steel deserved to win the box office this weekend. What did you think of the boxing robots and Hugh Jackman? Also, did George Clooney's The Ides of March deserve the critical praise it received?
Fresh off the heals of the Toronto Film Festival releasing their slate of films, Venice has unveiled the movies that will be competing for Best Film and the Golden Lion trophy. Among the notable entries are George Clooney’s The Ides of March, Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy starring Gary Oldman, David Cronenberg’s A Dangerous Method and Roman Polanski’s Carnage.
Just in case you haven’t heard enough about politics in the past few weeks, the debut poster and trailer for the upcoming electoral drama The Ides of March has arrived. Ides is directed by and stars George Clooney as a presidential candiate on his way to victory if not for the dubious practices of a young PR person played by Ryan Gosling.
With summer on its last legs, it's time to turn our attention to the two big fall movie festivals, and sort out the Oscar contenders that will vie for cinematic immortality next spring. That, and there's some really great films coming to theaters. Let's take a look...
The day (most) of you have been waiting for has finally arrived. Some folks say nothing fun ever happens on a Monday, but don’t tell that to Disney since they chose today as the day to debut the first trailer from the next Pirates of the Caribbean adventure: On Stranger Tides.
Last weekend proved George Clooney is one of the only A-list actors left in Hollywood who can open a movie at number one no matter what. Though audiences felt the movie put them to sleep, The American still managed to cough up a measly $16 million for the win, while my pick, Going the Distance, wound up in fifth place with only $8.5 million.
It seems like every week another popular actress is up for the role of Marilyn Monroe in some steamy biopic, but now the big guns look to be coming out for what could be the most talked-about Monroe movie of them all. Those keeping track at home of all the different Marilyn Monroe projects twirling around Hollywood should know that...
We're back again with another round of Oscar predictions; our last before we dive in and ask you the most important question of all: which film should win Best Picture...
If the Guardian is to be believed, Martin Scorsese has narrowed his choices for Frank Sinatra down to three of today's biggest A-list names: Leonardo DiCaprio, Johnny Depp and George Clooney. Scorsese, who's set to begin shooting the film next year, would like to put DiCaprio (the director's latest muse) in the role. And why not...
Some of you might be wondering who Jack Ryan is, exactly, and why George Clooney wants to play him. Valid questions, since Mr. Ryan has been out of the cinematic loop for awhile now, but for those who don't know (or don't remember), Jack Ryan is the name of the main character in all those films (The Hunt for Red October, Patriot Games, Clear and Present Danger, The Sum of All Fears) that...
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