BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
The Chicken Soup for the Soul movie is going to have some stiff competition at the box office as it is now slated to open the same day as Star Wars: Rogue One.
Well, that didn't take long. We just got news that Bruce Willis was fired from Woody Allen's latest film, but don't worry, they've already found a big name replacement and production will go off as planned.
Mel Gibsonís upcoming war epic Hacksaw Ridge continues to add impressive talent to the cast, officially adding Luke Bracey to the already star-studded credits.
After the debacle that was Fantastic Four, Michael B. Jordan doesn't appear to be gun shy about comic book movies, as he's circling another. This one, however, is not going to be your typical comic book movie, and it sounds awesome.
Set 30 years after Return of the Jedi, Star Wars: The Force Awakens promises lots of changes, including a terrifying new Star Destroyer with one hell of an ominous name.
Bruce Willis has indeed departed from Woody Allenís upcoming film, but not due to scheduling conflicts as we initially thought. As it turns out, he may have been fired.
The casting for Harry Potter spinoff Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them has stirred up some controversy for being "too white," but creator J.K. Rowling has something to say about that.
Pacific Rim 2 stomps through theaters in 2017, itís going to be massive. However, if director and mastermind Guillermo del Toro has his way, the franchise will get even bigger: he wants to bring Godzilla into the fold.
It turns out that in order for Paul Bettany to become The Vision in Avengers: Age Of Ultron he had to be put through quite the rigmarole on a daily basis.
Production on Suicide Squad has finally wrapped. Which means one thing: everyone involved has gathered together for one hell of a photograph. And it's kind of adorable.
Matt Damon has provided us with an update on Bourne 5, explaining that we've got Edward Snowden and the current state of the world to thank for his return.
Out of all the gimmicks used to keep audiences coming to theaters, using actual film is probably still the most impressive. Which makes the rumblings we've heard about how Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is being filmed all the more enticing.
Former Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash has made a decision that he should have made years ago: he's going to make a slasher film.
Looking for something new to add to your Amazon Prime queue? September's offerings are looking pretty good from where we're standing.
More and more trailers seem to spoil the films that they're supposed to sell, and we have ten really good examples of what you shouldn't do when selling a film.
As many of those great moments as the movie may have, it seems that what will be on the screen will only represent a mere fraction of the witty lines that Ryan Reynolds wound up improving and unleashing on set during production.
Do you like history? Do you like Game Of Thrones? Prepare to see the two collide, as Julius Caesar's getting a cinematic upgrade for the HBO generation!
In addition to garnerning early awards buzz, The End of the Tour is also a must-see for writers, both seasoned and aspiring. Coupled with some of the other films on writing, one can piece together a manual of sorts to further the craft.
If you thought you'd seen Bill Murray at his most extreme, you might want to watch the latest trailer for Rock The Kasbah and re-evaluate that statement.
It was Barry Manilow's birthday, seventeen years ago, when a group of high school seniors spent their remaining hours as a class at a loud graduation party, where one guy vowed to tell the girl of his dreams how he really felt...