The Important News
James Wan is officially directing Aquaman.
Han Solo may also feature in the Boba Fett Star Wars movie.
More young actors are up for the role of Spider-Man. And more directors are up for the Spider-Man gig, too.
The Rock will star in a remake of Big Trouble in Little China. He also had his best opening ever with San Andreas.
Who’s ready for some sequel news? We’ve got the latest on a return trip to Springfield, Bond’s next adventure (and how you can re-experience some of the classics), and Sherlock’s latest case in today’s sequel roundup.
The Simpsons has been around for a quarter of a century, and shows no signs of ending soon. The venerable… Continue reading Sequel Buzz: 'The Simpsons Movie 2,' 'Bond 24', and 'Sherlock Holmes 3' Progress Updates
It’s Golden Popcorn Time! Last night, the 2012 MTV Movie Awards went down live from the Gibson Theater in Los Angeles, California.
Among this year’s winners were “The Hunger Games” (duh) “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2,” (double duh) and many many more.
Moviefone provided coverage all night long, with red-carpet photos, breakout posts, and, of course, a full list of winners.
On top of the awards, there were also plenty… Continue reading MTV Movie Awards Winners: Who Took Home The Golden Popcorns? (LIVE UPDATES)
Last week, The Playlist had a chance to speak to Alcon Entertainment producer Andrew Kosove and they got him to update them on a number of upcoming Alcon projects including a pair of remakes/relaunches the company is working on, one being a follow-up to Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner, the other being a remake of Kathryn Bigelow’s action-thriller Point Break.
Kasave told them that the Blade Runner… Continue reading Alcon Producer Updates on Blade Runner and Point Break
December 17, 2011
Earlier today, ComingSoon.net/SuperHeroHype had a super-rare opportunity to sit down with filmmaker David Fincher to talk about his fantastic new film The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, and our questions about the flm’s amazing opening credits title sequences animated by Tim Miller at Blur led directly into us asking about his other animated project, producing Eric Powell’s movie based