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Newlyweds Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie celebrate their new nuptials by reuniting for By the Sea, a new romantic drama set in 1970s France. Check out the first photos from the shoot.
David Fincher has revealed that he had to pull out of directing Disney’s remake of their 1954 nautical epic, 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea, because the studio wasn't’t happy with his casting choices.
If Robert Downey Jr's latest announcement is saying what we think it's saying, we might be able to unofficially label him as the press secretary for The Avengers. If not, then we have an idea on what he could be saying instead. Either way, you're going to want to see this.
Given the amount of secrecy J.J. Abrams prefers to have on and around his movie sets, Star Wars: Episode VII has been an open book. We know a lot more about Star Wars: Episode VII than anticipated. Still, how much of it is true?
I always find it fascinating when an actor admits that they haven’t seen a film that they worked on. Johnny Depp is one of those performers who notoriously claims to have never seen a film that he acts in (at least, from start to finish). What, then, is the point?
We still don't know a whole lot about what will happen in Christopher Nolan's upcoming sci-fi epic, Interstellar, but we do have a new poster featuring Matthew McConaughey to help fuel speculation.
James Cameron loves new technology and has long been a proponent of High Framerate filmmaking. Could he potentially shoot his Avatar sequels using new tech that allows for 120 frames per second filming?
ILM uses something called Performance Retarget to turn the actors – in leotards and masks that record facial movements – into talking, fighting turtles. Pablo Helman, a VFX Supervisor, elaborates on how the process of capturing “performances” on actors can help effects artists translate that into what you see on screen in the movie.
The first official synopsis has been released for Avengers: Age Of Ultron has been released, and it suggests that even the best laid plans of Tony Stark sometimes go awry. What will the team of Marvel heroes do when a robotic menace rises up and threatens the world? Find out inside!
When Matt Damon decided to walk away from the Jason Bourne franchise, it was for one very simple reason: he didn't want to make the movies without director Paul Greengrass involved, and Greengrass decided he was satisfied with the work that he had put into the series. Universal Pictures has moved on, making The Bourne Legacy with Tony Gilroy directing and Jeremy Renner starring, but now it looks like it won't be long until the original star returns.
Ben Affleck has gotten a lot of stick for his casting as The Dark Knight in Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice. But that's not going to stop him from leaving it all on the field, in fact he has a secret weapon in his arsenal that he thinks might win the day. Let's just hope it doesn't misfire.
Here you’ll find our latest quiz, testing just how well all of you know the not-so-famous players in the history of DC Comics based films. Read our hints, guess the name, check your answers, and be sure to take our poll at the end to see how well you did compared to others!
A funny cast doesn't guarantee a funny movie, but it sure does help. In that respect, the reboot/remake of the classic 1980s comedy Vacation is headed in the right direction, as Leslie Mann is reportedly in talks to join previously cast Ed Helms and Christina Applegate. If all goes well, the This is 40 star would play Audrey Griswold.
Screenwriter Scott Frank has opened about the ending to The Wolverine, insisting that 20th Century Fox’s interference ruined the film. Frank, who penned the 2013 blockbuster that starred Hugh Jackman, believes that the concluding stages of Logan’s tale is hugely different in tone to the rest of the piece and, as a result, this massively ruined the blockbuster.
The secret ingredient to the original I Know What You Did Last Summer, though, was screenwriter Kevin Williamson, who had penned the self-referential horror comedy Scream for Wes Craven the year before, and brought a lot of the same genre knowledge and winking humor that helped Summer separate itself from the pack.