You Are Browsing ‘Movies’ Category

The Dark Knight Rises’ cinematographer, Wally Pfister, will soon make his directorial debut. And he just might cast Batman. Christian Bale is rumored for a role in Pfister’s sci-fi thriller Transcendence, The Los Angeles Times reported Friday. The Oscar winner is “[in the director’s] sights,” said The Times. If cast, Bale may join Johnny Depp in...

With the excitement of Resident Evil: Retribution released in the UK today there is no doubt super-heroine Alice – Mila Jovovich – will be demolishing lots more flesh-eating zombie butt. What is tickling our fancy is, Michelle Rodriguez will be returning as her former character Rain Ocampo. Yes…we hear you exclaim, but didn’t she become a zombie...

Iron Man is back in action — and this time, he brought some new friends. The first trailer for director Jon Favreau’s highly anticipated “Iron Man 2″ premiered online Wednesday night, the result of a short-lived (but nonetheless mysterious) viral marketing campaign. While fans have already caught glimpses of Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) and...

Sorry Julia, Reese and Sandra. The actress who really ruled the past decade was … Emma Watson. The Guinness Book of World Records has named Watson, 19, as the biggest-grossing female star of the 00s; her film work in the past decade has grossed $5.4 billion in global box office receipts. Remember Emma Watson’s “wardrobe malfunction”? ...

Independent film studio Summit Entertainment has got quite a gem on their hands, and its name is the “Twilight” series. The first movie quickly became a blockbuster box-office hit in 2008 despite early concerns that the book series’ rabid fan following wouldn’t translate to ticket sales. The second, “New Moon,” has grossed over...

NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) – As with most mainstream comedies, you get nearly all of the story line and most of the best jokes in “Did You Hear About the Morgans?” from its trailer. This fish-out-of-water romantic comedy about a warring upscale Manhattan couple forcibly relocated to the American heartland is marginally better than writer-director...