If you're eager to have your senses shattered, your nerves fried and your very sanity hacked to pieces, then this will brighten your day: The 'Evil Dead' remake is being released earlier than expected! Find out when after the break!
Even during the best of times, George Lucas has never been known as an "actor's director." Watch some behind-the-scenes footage from the making of the original 'Star Wars' trilogy and you'll see the actors straining for a reaction or direction from the man. Spielberg he is not.
If you want verbal proof of Lucas' indifference (for lack of a better word) to the acting craft, 'Star Wars: Episode One - The Phantom Menace' star Terence Stamp ("Chancellor Valorum") is here to lay it out for you in no uncertain terms. George Lucas is boring.
It hasn't taken long for the Lance Armstrong story to become the hottest new biopic in town. Shortly after the cyclist confessed to doping on Oprah, J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot snatched up the rights to an upcoming book about Armstrong. And everybody wants to be in the J.J. Abrams business right now.
Turns out a certain handsome, Oscar-nominated actor has aggressively thrown his hat into the ring to portray the embattled athlete: None other than Bradley Cooper. But how close is he to securing the part?
Yesterday we brought you the news that Adele will be appearing at the 2013 Oscars to perform the Best Original Song nominated "Skyfall." But now there’s even bigger James Bond news to share: it’s looking like every actor who has portrayed the classic character are set to appear on stage together for the first time ever to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of James Bond. This calls for a martini!
As the Academy prepares to pay tribute to James Bond during next month's 2013 Oscar ceremony, the show's producers recently announced that one of the movie franchise's most memorable songs, the nominated "Skyfall," will be performed on stage by Adele. We are already marking this down as a "must see" moment of the night.
It might not be accurate to call the red-band trailer for 'Movie 43' "short and sweet", because while it is short, there's nothing sweet about it. It's only offers up about one minute of footage from the upcoming raunchy anthology, but it's enough to make you blush, gag or both.
Watch it after the break, knowing full well that it's NSFW.
Teenagers, vampires and zombies battling aliens? Yes, 'The Kitchen Sink' is very aptly-titled indeed. The comedy-horror project, based on a Black List script, is moving ahead at Sony, where it will be shepherded by 'Amazing Spider-Man' producer Matt Tolmach.
A cast of young up and comers is being assembled for this oddity; jump after the break to learn who is involved!
Ryan Murphy is about to tell a new American Horror Story: the producer has officially signed on to help bring a remake of the 1976 B-movie 'The Town That Dreaded Sundown' to the big screen. Murphy will produce with new horror impresario Jason Blum ('Paranormal Activity', 'Sinister'), while one of his 'American Horror Story' directors, Alfonso Gomez-Rejon, will helm.
Why should the Justin Biebers and Jonas Brothers of the world be the only ones getting 3D concert films? For those of you who have been yearning for something a little more hard-sounding in the theater, you can mark down August as a month to look toward.
Because Metallica will be releasing their own 3D concert film, 'Metallica Through the Never.'
'Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2,' the highly-anticipated sequel to 2009's surprise hit doesn't come out until the fall, but thankfully we have a first look at the animated pic right now: a lovely new image that shows off the movie's bevy of "food-imals," which are just what they sound like! Shrimpanzees anyone?
Michael Shannon has played more than a few nefarious types in his career, but none of them come close to Richard Kuklinski, aka "The Iceman." A vicious hitman with at least 100 corpses to his credit, he's all the more horrifying because Kuklinski was actually a real person. And 'The Iceman' is his story.
Check out the new trailer for the crime thriller after the break.
"To 3D or not to 3D?" is a question moviegoers often have to ask themselves when hitting the multiplex to see the latest blockbuster, but the debate doesn't stop at the paying customer. Sometimes it's the filmmakers themselves who are dubious about the technology, even as they work with it. This issue has come to light after J.J. Abrams revealed that he himself was not sold on converting his latest, 'Star Trek Into Darkness,' into 3D initially. In fact, he had it forced upon him by the studio.
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