More potential Oscar bait for Leo.
Based on the Chaos Walking books.
"It’s probably better not to be remade."
"Under the Bridge" means someone's a heroin addict.
It's the return of Robert Zemeckis to live-action filmmaking.
Here There Be Monsters sounds kinda like Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, but with chum.
Zemeckis was also eyeing a Denzel Washington movie and Warner Bros. didn't want to wait for him.
He'll play a bad version of Sully, basically.
The director takes on another time traveling tale, this one with a Spielberg cameo.
Though he'll use the original script.
His return to live-action filmmaking could even include 'Superman.'
Plus: Drew Barrymore rips woman's face off.
Plus: Olivia Thirlby lands lead in sci-fi flick.
It's mostly because of 'A Christmas Carol.'
The guy who plays Ringo, probably.
Plus: Harry Hamlin and Lisa Rinna are still in love.
Plus: Jason Priestley! Zachary Quinto! Ray Bradbury!
Plus: Julia Roberts! 'Roger Rabbit' Part Deux!
Apparently, to maintain eye lines on set, Oldman does all his acting in a trench.
Plus industry news on Tom Petty, Kanye West, and poor, wretched Cary Elwes.
Stripping down to a green bodysuit might just be the perfect solution for today’s sexy, humanitarian mother who wants to titillate her horny fans without actually baring all.
In an exciting step toward finally getting rid of actors completely, Robert Zemeckis's Beowulf stars photorealistic computer-generated models instead of actual people.
A Carrey Carol: Jim Carrey will play Ebenezer Scrooge plus the three ghosts who haunt him through the dual miracles of performance capture technology and his own rubbery face in Robert Zemeckis's A Christmas Carol for Disney. Anyone who goes to see this movie deserves what he gets.