When it comes to casting, the “Fantastic Four” reboot isn’t kidding around.
The reinvigorated franchise has found its Doctor Doom (aka Victor von Doom) in British actor Toby Kebbell, Variety reports. And while he may not be as well known as his FF costars Kate Mara, Miles Teller… Continue reading The 'Fantastic Four' Reboot Finds Its Doctor Doom (PHOTO)
The “Point Break” remake has its Johnny Utah. But you’ve probably never heard of him.
The fresh face who will be donning a wetsuit (if the new… Continue reading The 'Point Break' Remake Finds Its Johnny Utah
When some gnarly virus gets into the chicken nuggets sent to a small-town elementary school, one girl takes the wrong bite and winds up turning into a flesh-eating zombie. Soon she transforms the other kids, too, and before they can finish their lunch break the school’s teachers find themselves trapped inside the building with no way to escape as the killer kids close in.
That’s the premise… Continue reading Sundance at Midnight: 'Cooties' Finds Elijah Wood and Rainn Wilson Fighting a Pack of Zombie First-Graders
For a long time there wasn’t a project in Hollywood as closely guarded as Brad Bird’s “Tomorrowland,” a forthcoming sci-fi epic that stars George Clooney and Hugh Laurie.
Initially given the codename “1952,” it was eventually retitled “Tomorrowland,” named after the iconic section of the Disney theme parks that celebrates the glittery optimism of the future (home to Space… Continue reading George Clooney's 'Tomorrowland' Finds Leading Lady in Britt Robertson
The holidays have certain entertainment traditions it just wouldn’t be the holidays without: Rudolph, Frosty, the Grinch … and Ralphie.
The wide-eyed boy who literally dreams of finding a Red Ryder BB gun under the tree — despite the famous warning, “You’ll shoot your eye out” — spends a lot of time in homes nationwide at the yuletide, thanks especially to the now-traditional 24-hour marathon that… Continue reading 'A Christmas Story': Peter Billingsley finds watching himself as Ralphie 'kind of normal'