Who's up? Who's down?
Plus: J.J. Abrams! Bryce Dallas Howard! Danny McBride!
“Well, nothing to worry about here, then.”
He's "developing a Shane Salerno–scripted sci-fi action script for Fox, described as an event film set in the future," says Production Weekly.
Since 'Titanic' came out in 1997, great advances have been made in visual-effects technology. But not so in treacly end-credits love balladry.
"The animations are stiff and awkward. The camera, particularly in the melee combat, is unsteady enough to be disorienting and perhaps even nauseating."
"I'm a little less of the opinion that 'Avatar' is a game-changer."
Once you figure out how to install the software, that is.
“If everybody was just sort of praising it too much right now, that would make me even more nervous.”
"He does get impatient with filmmaking in a way, but he always pushes himself harder than anybody else."
Prepare for an assault on your senses.
Imagine if the critics at the 'Telegraph' had seen more than fifteen minutes of it!
We never thought of 'Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakuel' as a super-secret weapon ... until now.
See the shaky, camera-phoned new 'Avatar' trailer!
MTV Games has released the first frightening images of Iggy Pop as a Lego mini-figure from November's Lego: Rock Band.