“Ender’s Game” hits theaters on November 1, 2013.
Brad Bird won’t sit in the director’s chair, but Colin Trevorrow might.
Woody Allen’s 1986 classic reminds our columnist about the joy and complexity of family during the holidays
The film is currently in theaters.
Scott Derrickson is reportedly a fan of the game.
“Fingers crossed it all works out,” Foxx says.
“I’m excited for people to see this movie, it’s bigger than the last one,” says Chris Pine.
Actors like Tom Hardy, Michael Fassbender and Aaron Paul being interested in video game movies is exciting for the genre.
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The upcoming Marvel movie is due out on November 8, 2013.
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The prologue will show in only 500 IMAX screens around the country.
Brady Corbet, Dane DeHaan and Alden Ehrenreich are all being considered for the role.
“I have looked forward to returning to the imaginative world of Middle-earth for quite a while,” Howard Shore says in a new interview.
Producer Frank Marshall knows who Disney wants to direct, but he’s not saying.
Is James Franco the great man Oz has been looking for?
A new rumor claims that Disney wants Darth Vader back in the new “Star Wars” movie.
“As a comic book fan, Superman is like the Rosetta Stone of all superheroes,” Snyder says.
The film is due out on March 29, 2013.
Plus, Adam McKay has plenty of exciting updates about the movie.
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Meanwhile, Jon Favreau and Colin Trevorrow seem interested in directing the movie.
From “21 Jump Street” to John Carpenter’s “The Thing,” these five rebooted films bucked the trend.
Academy Awards season can be obnoxious, but the endless Oscar campaigning does have certain advantages to presidential elections.
It will only take place four years after “Dark of the Moon.”
Now we just need to know who will direct the movie.
The director has confirmed that he’s been working on the DC Comics property for a while now.
“I just think doing [episodes] seven, eight and nine is just a slippery slope,” he says.