Dawn of the Planet of the Apes: Even in repose, these articulated action figures by Neca, made to tie in with the July 11 release of Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, look very fierce. Andy Serkis leads the apes as Caesar, while Jason Clarke, Keri Russell, and Gary Oldman will represent the human race in… Continue reading Movie News: 'Apes' Toys in Action; David Fincher Drops 'Steve Jobs;' Philip Seymour Hoffman in 'God's Pocket' Trailer
Walk of Shame: Elizabeth Banks stars in the upcoming comedy Walk of Shame as a news anchor who must make her way across Los Angeles for an important job interview after a wild night out, as illustrated in two new photos. James Marsden also stars; the movie walks into theaters on May 2. [Collider]
While last year’s Steve Jobs biopic, “Jobs,” starring Ashton Kutcher left much to be desired, a new take on the late Apple founder’s life… Continue reading David Fincher Wants Christian Bale to Play Steve Jobs
San Andreas: Dwayne Johnson stars as a helicopter pilot searching for his daughter in the upcoming 3D earthquake disaster movie San Andreas. He shared the first photo from the movie, due out on June 5, 2015; Carla Gugino and Alexandra Daddario also star. [MovieWeb]
Star Wars: Episode VII: Director J.J. Abrams has apparently been meeting with nearly everyone in Hollywood about Star Wars: Episode
Director Steve McQueen is basking in the glory of his Independent Spirit Awards sweep and Oscars win for 12 Years a Slave. While we wait to hear where the filmmaker will be leading us next, take a look at this video essay featuring McQueen discussing the power of cinema.
For the British filmmaker, movies have to be about “an urgency, a necessity.” The Turner Prize-winning artist has… Continue reading Watch: '12 Years a Slave' Director Steve McQueen Explains Why He Never Wants to Make His Films Friendly