You've already seen the costume that Nicolas Cage would have worn in Tim Burton's Superman Lives, but have you seen it in motion? Well, you're about to!
The first official trailer for Terrence Malick's fifth feature film has appeared online, telling the story of a young boy's discovery of the world through the highs and lows of his family life.
An organization labeled as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center has joined in a call for a boycott of Thor because of the casting of black actor Idris Elba as the Norse god Heimdall. "It’s not enough that Marvel attacks conservatives values," the group states, "now mythological Gods must be re-invented with black skin."
So, Jon Favreau won't be helming Marvel Studios' third Iron Man film. Unsurprisingly, the internet is already up in arms about the news, but let's face it: Is it really bad news?
Amid the coverage of Jon Favreau's departure from the Iron Man franchise comes confirmation that David Fincher (The Social Network) will direct the remake of Disney's 1954 classic 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.
Nicolas Cage is the new Clive Owen. He's also the new Jason Statham, apparently, and all because he's taken a role both have been linked to as the lead of new thriller Medallion.
Call it the True Grit effect. With excitement surrounding the upcoming release of the Coen Brothers' remake Western, the genre seems to be alive again, with Brokeback Mountain writers Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana lined up to write not one, but two, new movies set in the Ol' West.
Director drops "Iron Man 3" for a "Magic Kingdom?" Has the "Dark Knight Rises" script leaked? "Mythbusters" take on "The Green Hornet?" Also, star talks "Thor," possible Spidey sets, and more.
Eminem is headed back to the big screen, and it's probably going to hurt. The rapper is taking the lead in new boxing drama Southpaw, written by the creator of FX's Sons of Anarchy.
No "Avengers" for Pepper Potts! Nic Cage flames up in Romania! Early positive word for "Green Hornet!" Also, another taste of "Sucker Punch," Golden Globe nom for "The Walking Dead," and more.