"Conan" trailer arrives in the smoke! Martin Sheen focuses on "Spider-Man." Jeff Smith's "RASL" to become a motion picture! Also, "Ant Man" update, director talks "Super," and more.
With the news this week that Julie Taymor has been replaced as creative force behind cursed Spider-Man musical Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark, many have started to wonder what could be next for the acclaimed musical and movie director. The answer is obvious: Superhero movies.
Lionsgate has released the first teaser trailer for director Marcus Nispel's 3D reboot of the film franchise based on Robert E. Howard's legendary Cimmerian warrior. The movie opens on Aug. 19.
Sherlock Holmes producer Lionel Wigram has snagged the rights to the Bone creator's series about a universe-hopping art thief.
Sushi Girl unites Mark Hamill, Tony Todd, Noah Hathaway and Sonny Chiba for a thriller involving a diamond heist and a naked sushi girl.
WonderCon attendees will be given a first look at director Tarsem Singh's Greek god epic during an April 2 panel that will include Henry Cavill, star of the upcoming Superman reboot, and Twilight's Kellan Lutz.
The actor, who only recently lamented his absence in The Dark Knight Rises, kicks off another round of speculation that maybe, just maybe, we haven't seen the last of Harvey Dent.
Sony Pictures' full-length trailer for The Smurfs gives us Katy Perry's Smurfette doing her best Marilyn Monroe impersonation, as well as a full, terrifying dose of Hank Azaria's Gargamel. The movie opens on Aug. 3.
Will Mogo appear in "Green Lantern?" Will "The Avengers" face the Kree and the Skrulls? Will "Men in Black III" ever finish its script? Also, a pair of "X-Men" talk "First Class" and more.
Black Death director Christopher Smith describes to Spinoff Online how he transformed a supernatural period-horror story into a tense, grounded and deeply character-driven "soldiers on a mission" film.
If rumors are to be believed, Lost and Fringe co-creator JJ Abrams may be about to become an even bigger deal than he already is, with people suggesting that his production company Bad Robot might find itself growing into a brand itself, with comics, toys and more. How did this happen? And is it a good thing?
A March 13, 2013, release date is set for Neill Blomkamp's District 9 follow-up Elysium.
Voltron has transformed into the subject of a bidding war for a big-budget CG-animated film planned for a 2013/2014 release.