If there’s any director who can take on a story about a love triangle involving a black hole, it’s just might be David Cronenberg, who’s always had an affinity for out-there sci-fi scenarios with highbrow appeal.
Media Rights Capital has just acquired the Jonathan Lethem novel ‘As She Climbed Across the Table’ for Cronenberg to direct.
The novel is about an academic whose physicist girlfriend accidentally creates a… Continue reading David Cronenberg to Direct Jonathan Lethem's 'As She Climbed Across the Table'
So Cassi went home because Jordan couldn’t go against her alliance in the “Big Brother 13” house – will that come back to bite Jordan in the butt? We shall see. Don’t forget to sign up for the live feeds so you don’t miss a moment of “Big Brother” this summer.
Lawon hilariously says that Rachel evicted Cassi because she didn’t… Continue reading 'Big Brother 13': David Hasselhoff brings 'Same Name' to the hamsters
No, that image to your right is not a preview of some fan’s costume for Comic-Con this weekend. That’s the first official still of Karl Urban as Judge Dredd.
A lot of people are wondering what’s the next film on David Yate’s plate now that he’s finished his fifth and final Harry Potter movie. Well, no one knows for sure, but it’s a very safe bet… Continue reading Quick Hits: A New 'Luke Cage' Trailer, David Yates' Next Film, 'Man of Steel' Re-Writes
Since welcoming daughter Harper Seven on July 10, David Beckham has wasted no time showing off his fatherly pride.
Not only did he post a sweet photo of his baby girl with wife Victoria Beckham, but he also sported a pair of pink-and-white cleats with all four of his kids’ names — Brooklyn, 12, Romeo, 8½, Cruz, 6½ and Harper, 1 week — during the L.A. Galaxy vs. Real Madrid match on… Continue reading David Beckham Displays Kids' Names on Soccer Cleats
Steven Spielberg will be making his first Comic-Con appearance next week as part of the mogul’s efforts to drum up more excitement for his big-screen adaptation of the beloved Belgian comic book character Tintin, which will be using the not-quite-accepted-by-audiences motion-capture technology. ‘The Adventures of Tintin’ — with translations published in more than 80 languages and with more than 350 million copies of the books sold to date — is… Continue reading Early Edition: Spielberg Brings 'Tintin' to Comic-Con, David Goyer Walks With 'Godzilla,' More