Robert Kirkman delivers an audio commentary for The Avengers trailer for some bizarre, but totally awesome, reason.
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Oscar Isaac is set to star in Joel and Ethan Coen's next movie Inside Llewellyn Davis.
Fast Five's Chris Morgan has sold the sci-fi heist pitch Crime of the Century to Universal Pictures as part of his first-look deal.
Alec Baldwin has partnered with WNYC to host a new weekly interview podcast that debuts on Oct. 24.
Joel Schumacher accepts "full responsibility" for Batman & Robin, although he admits his original vision for the movie was a much darker take on the character.
RoboCop reboot director Jose Padilha admits to not having read Darren Aronofsky's own reboot script, and hints at a possible redesign for the RoboCop character.
Kristen Stewart reveals that fans should prepare for her to kick ass and take lives in Snow White and the Huntsman.
MTV has revived archival content from its 1990s animation showcase Liquid Television and made it available on a new website.
A warehouse containing a collection of firearms for use during the production of World War Z was raided this week by a Budapest SWAT team.
Javier Bardem confirms he'll be taking the lead villain role in Bond 23.
Dredd director Pete Travis is reportedly being kept out of the now-shot film's editing process, with writer Alex Garland handling those duties and possibly getting himself a co-director credit. Updated with a statement from Travis and Garland.
The first trailer has arrived for director James McTeigue's The Raven, the thriller that fictionalizes the last days of Edgar Allen Poe.
The actor, who voices such characters as Mr. Burns, Ned Flanders and Principal Skinner, said he'd agree to a 70-percent pay cut if Fox would would allow him to share in the show's profits.
It's looking more and more likely that The Simpsons will be coming to an end sometime within the next three or so years.
Joel and Ethan Coen partner as producers with Cedar Rapids writer Phil Johnston for the Fox private detective series-in-the-making, Harve Karbo.
Robert Downey Jr. will produce and possibly star in Warner Bros.' planned big-screen reboot of the Perry Mason legal drama.