According to The Tracking Board, the likes of Noah Silver (The Borgias), Ben Winchell (Necessary Roughness), and Skyler Day (Parenthood) are in the running for lead roles in the big screen Max Steel movie. Read on to find out who else is being looked at.
As well as penning the follow-up to TRON: Legacy and the reboot of The Crow, Jesse Wigutow has now been tapped by Universal Pictures to write a big screen adaptation of Brian Michael Bendis' Fire. Zack Efron meanwhile is attached to star. Hit the jump for details!
We have an incredible prize pack to give away to one lucky reader which includes a limited edition copy of Liberator signed by Lou Ferrigno, Peta Wilson and Michael Dorn, original screen-used comic art by Darren Auck, and a whole lot more we don't have space to tell you about here!
It has been revealed today that Paramount Pictures are moving ahead with a sequel to 2012's Jack Reacher, with the hope being that Christopher McQuarrie can helm the follow-up - based on Never Go Back - after finishing work on the fifth instalment of Mission Impossible.
Gareth Evans' sequel to his superb action flick will be ready to screen at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival in January, and to celebrate this a brand new still from the movie has been released. See "Hammer Girl" in action after the jump.
It's been out for a couple of weeks now, but if you're still on the fence about checking out Francis Lawrence's The Hunger Games: Catching Fire before The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug is release in a few days, then hit the jump to read my verdict of the adaptation of Suzanne Collins' novel.
#SherlockLives! The BBC have released a new promo trailer for the return of Sherlock on New Year's Day, and it contains plenty of great footage from the highly anticipated season three premiere. What's in store for the crime fighting duo? Hit the jump to check it out!
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire failed to beat Frozen to the top spot in North America, but another impressive weekend total has led to the sequel closing in on the worldwide cume of the original. Hit the jump for details on that and the other big releases which were in theatres this weekend!
We've seen a selection of these already, but now the BBC have released the full set of promotional photos for the highly anticipated return of Sherlock, starring Martin Freeman (The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug) and Benedict Cumberbatch (Star Trek Into Darkness).
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug will be the one film to rule them all when it opens next weekend, but the next couple of days will see one final slobberknocker between The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Disney's animated hit, Frozen. Hit the jump for the latest estimates!
While the Indiana Jones franchise was included in the deal when Disney bought Lucasfilm, they have now come to an agreement with Paramount which will actually allow them to distribute and market future movies. Does this mean we'll finally get to see a fifth instalment in the franchise?
The beautiful 37-year-old actress is the latest Hollywood beauty to bear all for Esquire Magazine, and you can see all the raunchy pictures of the Skyfall and Long Walk to Freedom star after the jump! This is the side of Miss Moneypenny that 007 fans have been waiting to see...
The BBC have released a new poster and batch of stills from the Doctor Who: The Time of the Doctor special, while we also have a first look at Sherlock's return from the dead in a series of never before seen stills! Some snippets of footage from both is also featured in the BBC's Christmas advert.
Conceptual illustrator Nathan Schroeder ("Thor: The Dark World"), has just released key frame art that he created for Hunger Games: Catching Fire that includes images of the hovercraft, airlift, Capitol and more. Hit the jump to check them out.
Come check out the first television spot for Stuart Beattie's action-thriller, I, Frankenstein. The film lands in theaters this January, and stars Aaron Eckhart ("The Dark Knight").
Last night, we brought you the tragic news that Fast & Furious star Paul Walker died in an accident at a car show supporting the Philippines typhoon relief effort. We've rounded up Tweets from his co-stars in the racing franchise as well as thoughts from CBM actors and filmmakers.
We've only occasionally covered the Fast & Furious movies here on CBM, but when we have, it's clear that many of you make up that franchise's devoted fanbase. Sadly, it is now being reported that star Paul Walker died today at a car show supporting the Philippines typhoon relief effort.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire has dominated the North American box office this Thanksgiving holiday, earning a projected $110 million over the course of the five day celebration. It will also surpass $500 million at the worldwide box office later today!
A new batch of set images from the upcoming adaptation of Mark Millar's The Secret Service gives us our first look at Michael Caine's character. Plus, there's a few more pics of that very SPOILERIFIC scene we glimpsed being shot a while ago.
Hit the jump to check out over ten-minutes of behind-the-scenes (B-Roll) footage featuring the making of the samurai-fantasy-adventure film, 47 Ronin. Also, a brand new television spot!
On the Special Edition of the Bluray of F&F 6, James Wan reveal a scene of the upcoming film. Click to find out more!
A new one sheet for Thor director Kenneth Branagh's new action thriller has been released, giving us a look at Ryan himself (Chris Pine) and a couple of his co-stars, Kiera Knightley and Kevin Costner.Check it out after the jump.
Early estimates are in for the North American box office this Thanksgiving weekend, and it appears as if The Hunger Games: Catching Fire will stay #1 despite competition from a couple of other big releases. Thor: The Dark World should also do well, although Oldboy is likely to flop.
Conceptual illustrator, Dawn Brown ("Ender's Game"), has updated her website with her Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Come see designs for: the Cornucopia, Medical Bay, Scanning Bed, District 11 Wall, Landing Site, Command Center, Planning Room and the Capitol Theater.
No, not the one with The Rock. Millennium Films has released a second full trailer for Renny Harlin's truly appalling looking take on the "half-God" of ancient myth, Hercules. Check it out after the jump if you fancy a chuckle.