Whether it's fake rumors about Mafia Wars or true stories about... well, true Mafia stories, it's beginning to look like Hollywood is definitely considering the Gangster way of life.
The tangled web of "Spider-Man" casting continues! Christopher Nolan unwilling to talk "Batman 3!" Is M. Knight Shyamalan "Unbreakable 2?" Also, Tron comes to LBCC and more.
The cast for the fourth installment in the Scream franchise continues to flesh out, as actors Adam Brody (The O.C.), Marley Shelton (Sin City) and Eric Knudsen (Scott Pilgrim) have joined the cast.
The secret word for today is "comeback," as comedy powerhouse Judd Apatow is teaming up with Paul Reubens to develop a currently untitled Pee-wee Herman adventure for the big screen.
Already the subject of one high profile rumor connecting him as the front runner for Peter Parker in Spider-Man, Josh Hutcherson now has another potential Marvel project to contend with — X-Men: First Class.
Josh Hutcherson, long considered a frontrunner for Sony's Spider-Man reboot, isn't sure where he stands following a weekend report that suggested he may no longer be in the mix to play Peter Parker.
A musical about rebellious kids in high school struggling to express themselves with one turning into a supervillain may sound like a mash-up of Dr. Horrible and High School Musical, but the truth is even stranger: Bobcat Goldthwait is turning a 1975 Kinks album into a movie.
If the concept of Martin Scorcese making a 3D kids' movie seems unusual, wait until you see the cast list for his Hugo Cabret.
Dominic Cooper confirmed for "Captain America." Edgar Wright talks "Antman." A teenage Xavier needed for "First Class." Also, a "Green Lantern" set photo, Caesar cast for "Apes" and more.
Still knee deep in post-production on Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, filmmaker Edgar Wright hasn't forgotten about his commitment to Marvel's tiniest hero, even if he hasn't had a chance to work on him in quite some time.
Marvel Studios has announced that Mamma Mia! actor Dominic Cooper will play a young Howard Stark in Captain America: The First Avengers. He joins Chris Evans, Tommy Lee Jones, Sebastian Stan, Hugo Weaving, Hayley Atwell and Samuel L. Jackson in the Joe Johnston-directed film.
Here's a surprising turn-up for the books: Not only is there going to be a Lego movie, but it just might be great. What makes me so confident? The fact that the people behind it are the same people behind Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs.
Jonah Hex fell 72% in its second weekend of release, pulling its total box office take to $9.2 million dollars - the second most unsuccessful movie of the year so far by a long way, and that's not even taking its $35-50 million budget into account. But how badly does it hurt Warner Bros.?
We all saw Tom "Iceman" Kazansky tell Pete "Maverick" Mitchell that he could be his wingman any time, but do you think the offer still stands more than 20 years later? We'll find out soon, as talk of a Top Gun sequel has reemerged thanks to producer Jerry Bruckheimer.