It’s the third highest-grossing film of the year, but its success at the box office hasn’t come without a few lawsuits. First a tattoo artist sued The Hangover Part II after they used his Mike Tyson design in the sequel without his permission, and then a stunt man sued due to brain injuries he suffered during production. Now, in what has to be one of… Continue reading Latest 'Hangover 2' Lawsuit: Man Claims Sequel was Based on His Life
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Roman Polanski’s adaptation of the award-winning play God of Carnage is technically excellent and often bleakly funny, but it’s ultimately unmoving. While one would expect nothing less than carefully executed shots, excellent performances, and tight editing from longtime collaborator Hervé de Luze, the final product feels less like the anxiety-filled nightmares Polanski is famous for than a way for the director to… Continue reading 'Carnage' NYFF Review: Roman Polanski's Latest is Bloodless
Happy Birthday, Ray Bradbury, author of The Martian Chronicles, The Illustrated Man, A Sound of Thunder and, perhaps most famously, Fahrenheit 451. And what better way to celebrate turning 91 than with official news of your semi-autobiographical novel Dandelion Wine heading to the big screen?
First published in full in 1957, Dandelion Wine is actually a collection of short stories that mostly… Continue reading Ray Bradbury's 'Dandelion Wine' Latest for 'Black Swan' Producer
With his wizarding days over and his spotlight on Broadway still shining bright, Daniel Radcliffe is now trying his hand at the world of horror. We still don’t know much about ‘The Woman in Black,’ but after viewing the latest teaser trailer from Yahoo! Movies, the chills it sent up our back were more than enough to get us excited.
Based on the… Continue reading Daniel Radcliffe Picked the Wrong Place to House Sit in Latest Teaser for 'The Woman in Black' (VIDEO)
It’s shaping up to be a good week for horror author Stephen King. On Wednesday night, news broke that David Yates and Steve Kloves wanted to tackle a multi-film big screen adaptation of his novel The Stand. That was exciting, but now we’ve got even more good news for fright fans: the author’s upcoming novel, 11/22/63