The very first trailer for Brotherhood Of The Wolf/Silent Hill director Christophe Gans' upcoming take on the classic fairytale has been released, featuring Léa Seydoux as 'Beauty' and Vincent Cassel as 'Beast'. No subtitles unfortunately, but check it out after the jump.
Air New Zealand are proudly displaying an awesome banner for Peter Jackson's second Hobbit flick on some of their planes, which happen to have a new image of Smaug "The magnificent" running down the side of them. Take a look after the jump.
Neil Marshall on the untitled penultimate episode of Game of Thrones season 4. "It’s kind of the same as ‘Blackwater’, in a sense, in that these episodes are bigger than most of my films!" Mild Spoilers
It's been 20 years since the Power Rangers defeated Lord Zedd but now he's back and he's after revenge. Set in Angel Grove, a new team of Power Rangers will form to protect the world once again.
The Kellan Lutz Hercules movie has been retitled from 'Hercules: The Legend Begins' to 'The Legend of Hercules.'
Come check out some new footage for Darren Aronofsky's biblical epic, Noah. The film stars Russell Crowe ("Man of Steel"), Jennifer Connelly ("The Hulk") and Emma Watson ("Harry Potter").
Will Christoph Waltz fight alongside Jack Sparrow in the next film?
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Hit the jump to check out a four-minute international featurette and television spot for samurai-fantasy-adventure, 47 Ronin. Including plenty of new footage of star Keanu Reeves ("Speed").
Calm yourselves Cumberbitches, 'Empire Magazine' via their 'Facebook' page has given us our first look, at Benedict Cumberbatch's's second character in "The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug", "The Necromancer" The image has arrived courtesy of, like many movies before it, a Lego piece based on the movie.
Hollywood knows by now that you don't mess with Marvel, and you sure as hell don't mess with Star Wars! Perhaps that's why Duncan Jones' Warcraft has been delayed until 2016? Meanwhile, Andrés Muschietti's reboot of The Mummy will also land that year and Seventh Son has been delayed by a year!
Empire have debuted four new images from Peter Jackson's second Hobbit movie, giving us fresh looks at Bard, Gandalf, Bilbo and -- in a famous scene from the book -- Thorin and some of the other Dwarves escaping from Laketown in barrels.
To get you excited about Peter Jackson's second installment of The Hobbit trilogy Warner Bros. has released over forty-minutes worth of Howard Shore's original motion picture soundtrack.
New Line has released a couple of international spots for Peter Jackson's second Hobbit movie, featuring a few interesting snippets of new footage -- including what appears to be a large battle between a group or Orcs and a Thorin-led band of Dwarves. Something from the third movie..surely?
Hit the Jump to Check out the latest International Character Poster for the new Epic tale, 47 Ronin, Featuring Keanu Reeves' 'Kai' standing alongside Kô Shibasaki's 'Mika.' Will you be watching when this hits theaters Christmas Day?
If you have 90 minutes to spare, kick back and watch George R.R. Martin at an 'In Conversation' special panel at the Sydney Opera House. Martin is joined by Lena Headey (Cersei Lannister) and Michelle Fairley (Catelyn Stark) as well.
Look at what I found. A rare treat, storyboards for Alex Proyas' unproduced, Paradise Lost. They depict the moment in which Eve eats the forbidden fruit from the Tree of Knowledge. Her first bite into the apple causes her to experience a "sexual tremor."
Academy Award-winning character effects company, StudioADI, has released a new video detailing the development of the Lydian Drakon character for Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters. For whatever reason this amazing creature design didn't make it into the film.
We're a little over three weeks away until the release of Peter Jackson's The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, and you can check out the latest TV spot from Warner Bros. after the jump!
Sam Raimi's Wizard of Oz prequel, did extremely well at the worldwide box office this year, but now it is time to see CinemaSin tear Oz: The Great and Powerful apart with their nitpicking.
The fraternity of Batman should become a thing. Ben Aflleck was previously attached to The Stand but dropped out presumably to carve out space for Batman vs Superman. Could a former Batman salvage Affleck's two year project?