He may have broken nerd hearts with his last outing, but "sources" are claiming that Indiana Jones may return again, sooner than you think, and try to make everything right again. Although he'll be bringing Shia Le Beouf along with him, so...
Rosamund Pike a "First Class" White Queen? "Green Lantern" invades the Licensing Expo. "Scott Pilgrim" and his second TV spot. Also, a new Mary Jane for "Spider-Man" musical and more.
Twentieth Century Fox is rumored to have a title for "a complete reboot" of its Fantastic Four franchise: Fantastic Four Reborn. Will the film borrow a page from Marvel's Ultimate books and use a much younger team of adventurers?
Neal McDonough has confirmed a report from last week that he'll appear as Dum Dum Dugan -- complete with trademark mustache and bowler hat -- in Marvel Studios' Captain America: The First Avenger.
A new video sets Mortal Kombat in a gritty, Se7en-esque world of serial killers and police investigations. But is the footage, which stars Michael Jai White and Jeri Ryan, simply a trailer for the next edition of the fighting game, or something more?
Sick of thriller movies where the bad guys play a game of cat and mouse with the good guys? What if one of the sides included the world's greatest illusionist? Yeah, I thought that would get your attention.
First, he was a Basterd, now he's about to become a full-on supervillain. Is there any way to bring actor Michael Fassbender back to the good side, now that he's been offered roles in both the new Spider-Man and X-Men movies?
It's a double whammy of news for Tom Cruise today as the actor revealed his intentions to reprise Les Grossman in a developing Tropic Thunder spinoff. Plus, his action-comedy Knight and Day will open two days early.
Stanley Tucci signs onto "Captain America." Our first glimpse of "Green Lantern's" ring? Is Michael Fassbender the bad boy of "First Class?" Also, "Batman Year One" animated and more.
An alert from the West Michigan Film Office indicates that X-Men: First Class will take place in a South or Central American location during the 1960s.
Marvel Studios confirmed that Stanley Tucci has been cast in Captain America: The Avenger as Dr. Abraham Erskine, the World War II-era scientist who created the Super-Soldier Serum.