Another Ghostbusters movie is happening, but it's not Ghostbusters III.
No longer a sequel, the Ghostbusters revival is a straight-up reboot.
Paul Feig is set to direct a for Sony Pictures, co-writing the screenplay with The Heat scribe Katie Dippold.
Disney has finally revealed the first pictures and for-real story details for the upcoming sci-fi fantasy adventure Tomorrowland.
For more than three years, the watch word for Tomorrowland has been "mysterious," and Disney has gone out of the way to keep things secretive about the film, but today's big unveiling runs through the setup and trots out our first glimpses of George Clooney, Britt Robertson, and the titular setting.
Does Robert Downey Jr. contradict himself?
Very well, then, he contradicts himself. He is large, he contains multitudes, and he's trying not to give away the grand plan Marvel Studios has in place for Phase 3 and beyond.
Downey Jr. is out promoting this Friday's The Judge, which means he's being asked incessantly about the possibility of Iron Man 4. His answers have led to more than a little confusion and some misplaced excitement over a sequel that, as of right now, isn't happening.
The latest poster for The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies skips the "defining chapter" hyperbole and gives us something everybody loves: Gandalf.
Marvel Studios has huge plans, long term notions even bigger and more ambitious than previously imagined.
If Sony Pictures is hard-up enough for a guaranteed way to restore the box office might of Spider-Man, those plans could maybe, just maybe involve the wall-crawler finally meeting up with the likes of Earth's Mightiest Heroes over in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
"I always knew this was going to be hard to explain" begins Michael Keaton in a new Birdman featurette.
A trio of clips from the film give a taste of just how difficult it is to describe Birdman (or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), while also showing off Keaton's go-fo-broke performance and supporting turns by Emma Stone, Naomi Watts, and Zach Galifianakis.
The last time we saw Mark Wahlberg, he was pounding Bud Lights and flexing in Transformers: Age of Extinction.
This awards season, though, Wahlberg is aiming to remind everybody that he's a Serious Actor, and since he lost a bunch of weight to star in The Gambler, we can only assume that the erstwhile Dirk Diggler is also taking a shot at an Oscar®.
Rapper turned actor Andre Benjamin, better known as Andre 3000, is one half of the extremely popular hip-hop duo OutKast. As an actor he has appeared in such films as Be Cool, Four Brothers, Revolver, Fracture, and Semi-Pro, as well as the groundbreaking TV series The Shield. Benjamin now takes on the coveted role of Jimi Hendrix in the new biopic Jimi: All Is by My Side, which opens in theaters on September 26th.
The film, which was written and directed by Academy Award-winner John Ridley (12 Years A Slave), follows the life of iconic musician Jimi Hendrix as he left New York City for London, where his career really took off. Imogen Poots (Need for Speed) plays Linda Keith, girlfriend of The Rolling Stones’ guitarist Keith Richards, and the woman who discovered Hendrix and encouraged him to move to London to become a solo artist. The film is basically “Jimi Hendrix Begins,” and tells the origin story of how he came to be the legendary guitarist that we all know and love. In addition to Benjamin and Poots, the film also stars Hayley Atwell (Captain America: The Winter Soldier), Burn Gorman (The Dark Knight Rises), and Andy Buckley (Bridesmaids).
I recently had the pleasure of briefly speaking with Andre Benjamin about his work on Jimi: All Is by My Side. The popular rapper and actor discussed his new film, preparing to play Hendrix, how his research helped shape his performance, and the influence Linda Keith had on Hendrix’s life and career.
In print, The Avengers have always had a rotating lineup.
Marvel Studios may just borrow the technique, putting some popular cinematic heroes on the bench for Avengers 3 in order to include heavy hitters like Cap, Thor, Black Widow, or Hulk in a mysterious Phase 4 movie rather than the climactic entry in Phase 3.
A full theatrical trailer for The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies is probably right around the corner.
To prime the hype-pump, Warner Bros. has dropped a new poster for the climactic installment in the improbable Hobbit Trilogy.