So many Nutcracker movies.
New Line wanted him to continue the burgeoning holiday-themed franchise.
Plus: Denzel Washington signs up for a "post-apocalyptic drama"!
Plus: MTV is remaking 'Rocky Horror' for no reason whatsoever.
Plus: George Lucas wants to screw around with the entire 'Star Wars' series. Again.
How does Christopher Tolkien really feel about the upcoming movie of 'The Hobbit'?
Will actors from 'Lord of the Rings' reappear? What will be in that second movie? And how awesome will the dragon be?
Plus: Ewan McGregor joins 'Angels & Demons,' J.J. Abrams makes his 'Superbad,' and Christian Slater is still playing Jack.
"Never blessed with the shrewd fashion sense of Bai Ling..."
Plus: Is The Golden Compass a success after all?
How about this week?
Plus: Little Jonathan Winery?
New Line is being folded into Warner Bros.
We don't have anything bitchy to say about this.
Plus: Bill Watterson, The Hobbit sequel, and Michel Gondry's next project.
How much did New Line have to pay Peter Jackson to settle their lawsuit?
Jackson will produce The Hobbit.
Plus industry news on the Reese Witherspoon's new movie and Wolverine's new sidekick.
Is hope of a trilogy dead?
We got our hands on two early drafts of the screenplay and figured out why the movie wound up a failure.
We bring Vulture's anti-religion-o-meter (patent pending) into a screening.
We're no Paul Dergarabedian, but we know that 85 percent is less than 100 percent.
Hollywood vs. Christmas, all over again!
The Catholic League and the National Secular Society argue about why New Line's fantasy franchise is offensive.
Production begins today on the Sex and the City movie.