Two of Hollywood's biggest leading men discover life on Mars in the sci-fi thriller from the writers of "Deadpool" and "Zombieland."
The "Walking Dead" star joins Tilda Swinton, Jake Gyllenhaal and Paul Dano in the sci-fi film, which has begun shooting in South Korea.
Jake Gyllenhaal, Chris Cooper and "Demolition's" writer and director discuss how the unconventional comedy-drama made it from a heralded script to a challenging film.
A scheduling conflict forces Ryan Reynolds into a supporting role as Jake Gyllenhaal boards the film written by "Deadpool's" Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese.
Darkly comedic, dangerous, and edged with pain, "Demolition" feels like a lost Chuck Palahniuk adaptation.
The "Nightcrawler" star plays Davis Mitchell, a successful investment banker who copes with his wife's death by destroying their home.
The action thriller is inspired by the true story of the 1996 Mount Everest disaster that claimed the lives of several climbers.
The drama, about a former boxing champion on the road to redemption, was directed by Antoine Fuqua from a script by Kurt Sutter and Richard Wenk.
The adaptation of Austin Wright's novel "Tony and Susan" is also said to be targeting Joaquin Phoenix and Aaron Taylor-Johnson.
Mackie is up for anything Marvel wants to put him in; the first stills from "The Fearsome Dr. Crane" have appeared and more.
Britne Oldford will star as the teleporting Shawna Baez; Fox's "FF" reboot will debut footage alongside "Kingsman" and more.
The "Nightcrawler" star is rumored to be in talks to star as Rick Flag in the Warner Bros. movie.
The Oscar nominee stars as a driven young man drawn into the underground world of Los Angeles crime reporting.
The Wolverine star Hugh jackman plays a parent taking matters into his own hands when his daughter mysteriously vanishes in the trailer for Prisoners.
The Social Network star is in early negotiations for a lead role in Summit Entertainment's magician-heist film. Offers also have been made to Jake Gyllenhaal and Melanie Laurent.
Summit Entertainment has premiered the opening minutes of director Ducan Jones' techno-thriller starring Jake Gyllenhaal as a decorated soldier who wakes up in the body of an unknown man and discovers he's part of a mission to find the bomber of a commuter train.