Hugo stars Ben Kingsley, Asa Butterfield, Chloe Moretz, Sacha Baron Cohen and Emily Mortimer discuss the experiencing of working with legendary filmmaker Martin Scorsese.
A gleaming testament to Martin Scorsese's love for filmmaking, Hugo is a magical combination of heartfelt story, stunning 3D visuals and moving performances.
Renowned director Martin Scorsese presented a work-in-progress screening of his first 3D feature Hugo Monday night at the 49th New York Film Festival.
The first official set photos have been released for Tim Burton's Dark Shadows, along with a larger, better version of the earlier cast portrait.
The first official glimpse of Tim Burton's long-awaited adaptation of the '70s gothic soap comes in the form of a family portrait that includes Johnny Depp, Eva Green, Michelle Pfeiffer, Helena Bonham Carter and Jonny Lee Miller.
Tim Burton confirms that he has no plans to shoot his in-production adaptation of the Dark Shadows TV soap in 3D.
As production gets under way, Warner Bros. has released plot details for director Tim Burton's long-gestating adaptation of the popular 1960s gothic soap opera. The movie's ensemble cast includes Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer, Helena Bonham Carter, Eva Green, Jackie Earle Haley, Jonny Lee Miller, Bella Heathcote and Chloe Moretz.
The 14-year-old actress, who starred in Kick-Ass and Let Me In, will appear in Tim Burton's adaptation of the popular 1960s gothic soap opera. She'll play Michelle Pfeiffer's daughter.
Spinoff Online spoke with the director and star of Let Me In about their creative process, the difficulties of adapting the Swedish novel for an American audience and much more.
Chloe Moretz is continuing her seemingly unstoppable reign as nerd queen with the news that she'll follow up career-making roles in Kick-Ass and Let Me In by becoming Emily The Strange.
Steven Grant takes "Kick-Ass" out for a test drive and kicks the tires, declaring it the best superhero film to date with Chloe Moretz's performance "as close to a revelation as anything I've seen on film in years."
The cast and crew of "Kick-Ass" took to the stage at WonderCon, along with co-creator John Romita Jr., to discuss the movie, the character of Hit-Girl, Red Mist's car, the possibility of a sequel and more.
The young stars of the film adaptation of Icon's "Kick-Ass," Chloe Moretz, Clark Duke and Christopher Mintz-Plasse talk to CBR about the film, working with Nicolas Cage, wearing superhero costumes and their love for comic books.