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David Fincher Exits Sony's Steve Jobs Biopic
The sticking point seems to be that Fincher wants that money up front. Sources close to the negotiations tell THR that a Steve Jobs biopic doesn’t carry the guarantee of success that a superhero property would, and it makes sense for Fincher to be rewarded AFTER the project turns a profit, not before.
Amazing Spider-Man Producers Talk About Carnage's Potential Future
Given that both Venom and Carnage have alien symboite origin stories in the comics, it makes plenty of sense to pair them together in a film, but at this stage we really can't say whether or not it will actually happen.
Watch The X-Men Sing Their Way Through An Alternate Ending To Frozen
So, the Frozen virals just keep rolling in. And now they are bridging over to X-Men: Days of Future Past, which will be in theaters on May 23… without Elsa, as far as we know.
Brad Pitt's Middle Eastern War Epic The Operators Lands A Director
McChrystal was one of the more prominent political voices in the Middle East. An outspoken critic of the war, McChrystal was nonetheless a highly-decorated commander, credited with the death of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, who led Al Quaeda in Iraq.
Gerard Butler Hired To Fend Off A Geostorm At Warner Brothers
After sixteen years without a writing credit on a major film, Dean Devlin looks ready to come back with the Science Fiction/Action thriller Geostorm. Gerard Butler has been signed on to star in the lead role, as a satellite designer charged with saving the world. If this doesn’t sound like a Devlin/Emmerich production from back in the old days, we don’t know what does.
Annie Serves Up Smiles, Songs And Bad Breakfast In New International Trailer
The sun'll come out this Christmas when Will Gluck's adaptation of the beloved musical Annie sings its way into our hearts. Sony released an international trailer for the feature film, which stars Quvenzhané Wallis as the title character.
Ben Affleck Is Surrounded By Suspicion In Gone Girl Poster And Teaser
If you somehow haven't gotten around to reading Gillian Flynn's addictive and wildly popular crime novel Gone Girl yet, the latest video teaser summarizes its plot in just 19 seconds. Missing wife. Husband prime suspect. And go!
Dwayne Johnson Is The Deadliest Beast In Hercules TV Spot
The massive Nemean Lion? The razor-tusked Erymanthian Boar? The legendary three-headed dog Cerberus? The hissing Lernaean Hydra? None of these great beasts can compete to the unholy might of Hercules!
Mark Wahlberg Drops F-Bombs And Thanks For MTV Movie Awards Generation Award
"I know what this really means…this is the 'Too F--king Old to Come Back' award." This was the less-than-gracious but nonetheless awesome way that Mark Wahlberg began his acceptance speech at the MTV Movie Awards last night. You can watch his full speech above, where he laments his age, shushes his Entourage crew, and takes a moment to remember God among lots of cursing.
Paul Bettany Elaborates On The Vision's Role In Avengers 2: Age Of Ultron
The actor never really broke out into the mainstream sadly, and it’s doubtful a role like this will help: as the clip above shows, he’s got much too much good humor and charm to be stuck playing a machine.
Rio 3: The Cast Tells Us Where They Want To Go In A Sequel
Does this mean that Rio 3 is inevitable? Probably. Director Carlos Saldanha has dabbled in sequels over the years, having helmed three Ice Age movies and a second Rio film.
Watch Paul Walker's Tribute Video From The 2014 MTV Movie Awards
The MTV Movie Awards took time out from celebrating the past year's hottest movies and stars to acknowledge the tragic death of Paul Walker with a tribute segment introduced by Walker's Fast and Furious co-star Jordana Brewster. Vin Diesel is featured on screen talking about Walker at the start of the tribute.
Find Out How Conan O'Brien Got 50 Celebrities For Cameos For The MTV Movie Awards
Conan O’Brien’s hosting gig at the last night’s MTV Movie Awards went off without a hitch. As if to call his shot before the big game, he opened with a bit that included 50 (or so) of Hollywood’s biggest (or most available) celebrities.
Monday Movie Memo: The REAL Winner At The MTV Movie Awards Was...
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire might have taken home Movie of the Year at the MTV Movie Awards Sunday night, but Francis Lawrence’s sequel wasn’t the big winner at the telecast.
Transformers: Age Of Extinction Debuts A Brand New TV Spot
Michael Bay is having a pretty good night. Not only did a new TV spot for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (a film he is executive producing) debut this evening during the MTV Movie Awards, but we also have a new preview of his next installment in the Transformers franchise, Transformers: Age of Extinction.