As expected, Geoffrey Rush will reprise his role as Captain Hector Barbossa in Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides. Directed by Rob Marshall, the fourth installment in the franchise also stars Johnny Depp, Stephen Graham, Penelope Cruz and Ian McShane.
Entertainment Tonight visits the set of Thor, and we get to see a glimpse of the movie being shot, including people in costume, just to drive the internet wild with anticipation. For me, I'm saying screw all that - Chris Helmsworth was in the Australian version of Dancing With The Stars?!?
Director and producer Ray Griggs has hired Peter Jackson's Weta Workshop to handle the visual effects on The Wind in the Willows, an adaptation of Kenneth Grahame's classic children's book. The film will combine live action and animatronics.
Now that we know that Fox is considering calling the next installment in the Die Hard franchise Die Hard 24/7, you might be wondering just why that name was chosen. Turns out, for the best reason possible.
Could Joseph Gordon-Levitt riddle the Batman? Will Ka-Zar stomp through the Savage Land? Shall a "Green Hornet" trailer arrive next week? Also, a "Green Lantern 2" treatment and more.
Warner Bros. has hired Green Lantern writers Greg Berlanti, Michael Green and Marc Guggenheim to get to work on treatments for the sequel and for an adaptation of The Flash.
Filmmaker Kevin Tancharoen says it took two days of shooting, two months of post-production and $7,500 to create Mortal Kombat: Rebirth, a short movie that the director describes as his "calling card" for a full-length feature.
It's as if
the universe Tom Cruise was talking ... and Paramount listened: Just a day after the actor mentioned plans for a movie starring his character Tropic Thunder, the studio and MTV Films announced an "Untitled Les Grossman Project." You spank that ass, Les!
Warner Bros. Consumer Products assures concerned fans that "Anyone Can Be Chosen" isn't the slogan for Martin Campbell's Green Lantern movie.
Anchor Bay Entertainment has acquired the U.S. home-distribution rights to First Squad: The Moment Of Truth, the acclaimed anime about a group of Soviet teenagers with extraordinary abilities who are drafted during World War II to fight the invading German army.
It turns out that dark Mortal Kombat video that spread across the Internet like wildfire was just an attempt by Fame director Kevin Tancharoen to sell Warner Bros. on his vision for a franchise reboot.
The Frank Darabont-directed adaptation of Robert Kirkman's zombie comic epic will air across Europe, Asia, the Middle East and more after its initial North American run on AMC.