With his latest effort, "Jack the Giant Slayer," set to hit theaters in a couple of weeks, Bryan Singer has been on the press circuit, which has given him ample opportunity to discuss his next film, "X-Men: … More »Bryan Singer Discusses 'X-Men: Days of Future Past'
It seems the category of Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media (as the Grammys formally call it) slowly fades into the background each ensuing year. We're at the point now where said category is … More »Best Movie Soundtrack Albums of the Year at Grammys: Is Film Music Going Back to Retro?
An adaptation of Stephen King's "Cell" has been in the works for the better part of a decade, but it looks like it might finally be on the way as Cargo Entertainment has attached "Paranormal Activity 2" … More »Tod Williams to Direct Adaptation of Stephen King's 'Cell'
This year, Ryan Gosling will step behind the camera for his directorial debut, "How to Catch a Monster," and he's been filling out an impressive cast for his first time out. The latest addition is Saoirse … More »Saoirse Ronan Joins Ryan Gosling's 'How to Catch a Monster'
Ever since being brought aboard the new Star Wars universe, Lawrence Kasdan and Simon Kinberg have been mum about their involvement with the new films. However, the duo recently discussed the new films … More »Lawrence Kasdan and Simon Kinberg Discuss 'Star Wars'
You have to wonder if there's a secret pact within Hollywood to use certain character names as inside jokes, or perhaps a covert Freemason message. While the latter will never be proven, the former might … More »When Movie Character Names Collide: Charles Swan in 'Twilight' Vs. 'Charles Swan III'
Why hasn't there been a modern-day movie about the serious repercussions of identity theft? Most of the best movies ever done about the subject are a tad anachronistic by now, especially when you place … More »Comedic 'Identity Thief' Should Set Path for a New and Serious Cinematic Look at Identity Theft
To say Warner Brothers and DC Comics have had trouble getting their Justice League film off the ground may be putting it mildly; the film has been in development for several years but has repeatedly hit … More »'Justice League' Might Need New a New Writer
It's clear now that going back and examining the backstories of iconic sci-fi characters is the future of "Star Trek", "Star Wars", and maybe more sci-fi classics. And it seems fans are willing to accept … More »Will New 'Star Wars' Prequels with Iconic Characters Look Consistent with the Original Trilogy?
After rumors quickly began to circulate about Disney and Lucasfilm's plans for their "Star Wars" spin-off projects, the studios have been quick to confirm the existence of these films. Not only have they … More »Confirmed: 'Star Wars' Spin-Offs Include Han Solo and Boba Fett Films
In the wake of J.J. Abrams's hiring, the dust has started to settle a bit on "Star Wars: Episode VII," which is set to enter production in earnest in the coming months. Now, attention turns to the various … More »The First 'Star Wars' Spin-Off Film Could Feature Yoda
It's a wonder Shakespeare didn't invent the word "meme", because he created numerous ones with long overused phrases, plots, and historical figures. Out of his history plays, Richard III may be the one … More »Remaking Richard III: If a New Movie Made, Should it Stick to History and Not Shakespeare?
One of the biggest successes coming out of "The Avengers" was the newly revitalized Hulk, who ended up stealing the show from the rest of Earth's Mightiest Heroes. Despite this, Marvel CEO Kevin Feige … More »Rumor: Marvel Has Big Plans for the Hulk
It's risky enough when a major movie studio decides to scrub a Super Bowl trailer for a major summer blockbuster. That decision becomes arguably worse when few even bother to question why the trailer didn't … More »What is the Marketing Plan Behind Having No 'Man of Steel' Trailer During the Super Bowl?
Some of us could see the inevitability of creative individuals finally making zombies more human in movies. So far, that hasn't happened on TV, particularly with the ever-departed zombies in "The Walking … More »The Humanization of Zombies in ‘Warm Bodies’ Adds More Foreboding to ‘World War Z’
For many folks, tonight's Super Bowl is the culmination of another football season; for others, it's an excuse to gorge themselves on excessive amounts of food. And yet for others, it's a chance to get … More »Universal Releases Synopsis and Poster for 'Fast & Furious 6'
Our discontented year of 2013 may have to be designated the year when the surprise in pop culture was obliterated to make room for satiating curiosity very early rather than later. Perhaps it's a delayed … More »Movie Trailers for the Super Bowl May Be Giving as Much Away as Commercial Previews
Since "Sinister" tapped into that Blumhouse Productions magic by grossing $62 million on a $3 million budget (and thus following in the footsteps of "Paranormal Activity" and "Insidious"), it's no surprise … More »Scott Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill Talk 'Sinister 2'
The world of the cinematic documentary seems to be a fully developed place in dealing with important issues and industries that may (or may not) be hurting us. However, it's rare when you see a fictional … More »Would Hitchcock Have Ever Made ‘Side Effects?’ Evolution of Films Calling Out Industries
While Marvel Studios has understandably cornered the market on the cinematic Marvel Universe, Fox is doing their best to upstage them with "X-Men: Days of Future Past," a project that's shaping up to be … More »Mark Millar Discusses 'X-Men: Days of Future Past'
It's easy to speculate that this year's Oscar producers, Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, are worried about what the reaction to Seth MacFarlane will be. You can say that when Tina Fey and Amy Poehler showed … More »Will 2013 Oscars Be Better Known for the Music Than MacFarlane’s Comedy or Oscar Winners?
Legendary Pictures has been attempting to get a "Warcraft" film off the ground for a few years now, and the studio has tapped "Moon" and "Source Code" director Duncan Jones to make it happen. More »Duncan Jones to Direct 'Warcraft' Film
Now that J.J. Abrams has been tapped to direct "Star Wars: Episode VII," the focus has turned to the woman behind the man, namely Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy, who was eventually responsible for … More »Kathleen Kennedy Discusses J.J. Abrams and 'Star Wars: Episode VII'
We have to stop and think that there was more than just "Star Wars: Episode VII" at stake behind the postponing of the 3D re-releases of the space franchise's prequels. The idea that iconic films from … More »3D Rerelease Freeze of 'Star Wars' Prequels Should Stop All Future 3D Revamps of Iconic Films
Marvel's Phase Two won't even kick off until "Iron Man 3" blasts into theaters later this May, but CEO Kevin Feige already has his sights set on the third phase of films, which will presumably kick off … More »Kevin Feige Confirms Doctor Strange Film