Columbia Pictures and Marvel Studios announced today that director Marc Webb, who previously helmed (500) Days of Summer, will direct the upcoming Spider-Man 4 film.
Megan Fox is one of Hollywood’s hottest celebrities, and Giorgio Armani is taking full advantage of that fact in his newest advertising campaign for Emporio Armani Underwear and Armani Jeans.
The folks over at Yahoo! Movies have revealed the first official poster for Iron Man 2, in addition to nine photos from the upcoming 2010 film.
Roland Emmerich‘s disaster epic 2012 is still over a month away from release, but tonight you can get a two-minute sneak peek of the film, and it’s coming to pretty much every channel on television.
Between 10:50 and 11:00 PM (ET & PT) tonight (October 1), Sony Pictures will be rolling out a massive “roadblock” for 2012 that will appear on almost every network across North America, giving viewers a whole scene from the film to get them interested in the upcoming release.
Warner Bros. debuted the new trailer for A Nightmare on Elm Street yesterday, which stars Jackie Earle Haley as the one and only Freddy Krueger. Directed by Samuel Bayer, the reboot is headed for theatres on April 30, 2010.
Bring on the gore, bring on the laughs; on Friday, October 2 Columbia Pictures debuts their new movie, Zombieland, and if you’re a fan of horror and comedy, you’re going to want to check this one out.
Critically-acclaimed stars and over-exposed starlets have descended on Hollywood North for the largest public film festival in the world, and the hype surrounding this year’s TIFF selections is in full force. From another political thriller from George Clooney (Men Who Stare At Goats), and Jennifer’s Body, a Megan Fox vehicle which adds to the commercial-tweenification of horror films, to Mariah Carey’s Oscar-buzz performance in Precious, there are in fact too many must-see films for this one reviewer to see. But there are some rather quiet TIFF selections, not concerned at all with hype, which undoubtedly very few film critics will bother reviewing. That’s where I come in!
Last Friday was a very good day for me and a couple of hundred other Tron fans. Sitting in a meeting room at the Metro Toronto Convention centre while a Daft Punk track played on repeat, I waited with a packed room full of fans intent on a hour-long event with film producer Justin Springer, who was in town to talk about his new film, Tron Legacy.
A weekly round-up of news stories on the comings and goings of the entertainment world. This week: Is the X-Files getting a reboot for 2012? Will you watch Scrubs with three new cast members and no Zach Braff? And a little more news rolls in for The Hobbit.
A weekly round-up of news stories on the comings and goings of the entertainment world. This week: Robert Downey Jr. may be cast as the vampire Lestat, Superman is being chopped up in the courts, St. Elmo’s Fire is coming to television, and Bryan Singer moves closer to rebooting Battlestar Galactica.