Every few months, James Cameron talks up the work he and an army of folks are doing on the three sequels to Avatar, the biggest movie of all time (not adjusted for inflation).
We're due for yet another update on Avatar 2, 3, and 4. Cameron is happy to oblige, promising that the sequels currently being written will introduce "new worlds, new habitats, new cultures."
The Zero Theorem looks absolutely over-the-top bonkers in a way that only Terry Gilliam could manage, juggling madcap comedy, surreal imagery, and a serious satirical point of view.
A trio of revealing featurettes duck behind the scenes of the strange new film, showing how so singular a product results from a whole lot of inventive professionals like Christoph Waltz bringing the bizarre to Gilliam's next.
We've got enough X-Men: Days of Future Past news to fill the Blackbird today.
Among the bits of promotional sweetness today are one behind the scenes image featuring Nicholas Hoult, as well as four baseball card-style pictures of James McAvoy, Patrick Stewart, Halle Berry, and Daniel Cudmore.
More intriguingly, though, director Matthew Vaughn is speaking publicly for the first time about his reasons for opting out of returning to direct the prequel-sequel.
Oscar-winner Kevin Costner needs no introduction … he is a modern day Hollywood legend and his resume speaks for itself.
He first gained recognition as an actor for his roles in such films as Silverado, The Untouchables, No Way Out, Bull Durham, and Field of Dreams. But it was his move behind the camera as director and producer that earned him two Academy Awards for Dances with Wolves, as well as a nomination for Best Actor in a Leading Role. Since then he has appeared in such seminal and successful movies as Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, JFK, The Bodyguard, Waterworld, Tin Cup, Thirteen Days, Open Range, The Upside of Anger, and most recently Man of Steel, Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, and the TV mini-series Hatfields & McCoys. Now the veteran actor returns to the big screen with the new spy thriller 3 Days to Kill, which opens in theaters on February 21st.
The film, which was directed by McG (Terminator Salvation) and written by Luc Besson (Leon: The Professional), centers on a dying Secret Service Agent named Ethan Renner (Costner) trying to reconnect with his estranged daughter (Hailee Steinfeld). He is offered an experimental drug that could save his life by a mysterious operative (Amber Heard) in exchange for one last assignment. In addition to Costner, Steinfeld, and Heard, the movie also features Connie Nielson (Gladiator).
I recently had the pleasure of attending an intimate roundtable press conference, along with a few other members of the media, and spoke to Kevin Costner about his work on 3 Days to Kill, and his impressive career.
Greasing the way for the first theatrical trailer's premiere tomorrow, Marvel Studios is sliding three official glimpses at Guardians of the Galaxy down the space-chute.
These images give good looks at each member of the titular team, from Chris Pratt's Star-Lord to Rocket Raccoon, voiced by Bradley Cooper. Not only that, but one picture also offers our first look at the Milano, Peter Quill's intergalactic hot rod.
Director and co-writer Edgar Wright has revealed the all-stars filling two crucial crew spots on Ant-Man, the movie kicking off Marvel Studios' Phase 3 next summer.
Once-in-a-lifetime filmmaker and all-around class act Wright dropped the news that Steven Price will score the film, while Bill Pope will serve as cinematographer.
A pair of maybe-too-revealing featurettes give the distinct impression that The Amazing Spider-Man 2 has something to prove.
Cameron Diaz makes like Roller Girl in the first official image from Sex Tape, a comedy in which she and Jason Segel, you know, make a sex tape.
We haven't seen the last of Trevor Slattery, the booze-soaked, drug-addled actor who nearly stole Iron Man Three out from under Tony Stark.
Ben Kingsley reprises his role as the pseudo-Mandarin in All Hail the King, the latest in Marvel's series of increasingly well-executed One-Shot short films.
Another clip from the new One-Shot has Slattery sliding on the accent that caused so much conversation among fans last year.
The awards bug isn't limited to our shores; it's a pandemic, having hopped the pond to the U.K.
At the 62nd Annual BAFTA Awards this weekend, 12 Years a Slave won the top prize yet remained in a virtual awards season deadlock with Gravity, which won six major awards.