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Ratner & Depp’s “The Libertine” On Hold

Filmmaker Brett Ratner has confirmed that "The Libertine," a film about the 2011 incident involving French politician Dominique Strauss-Kahn that was slated to star Johnny Depp, has been put on hiatus. Speaking at the Sun Valley Film Festival, Ratner tells...

Global Trailer: Schwarzenegger In “Aftermath”

Arnold Schwarzenegger stars and Darren Aronofsky produces the new true story-inspired revenge drama "Aftermath" which has scored its first trailer just a few weeks before its release. Arnie plays a construction worker who loses his wife and daughter in an...

Disney Wins: “Beauty” Hits Malaysia Uncut

Malaysian censors have reportedly allowed Disney's live-action "Beauty and the Beast" to be released in the country uncut. The decision followed days of international attention on the country's demand that Disney cut more than four minutes of material...

Photo: Practical Dinos On “Jurassic World 2” Set

Filmmaker J.A. Bayona has shared a new behind-the-scenes photo from the set of the "Jurassic World" sequel which confirms that Bayona is fulfilling his promise of going practical whenever possible with the follow-up. The shot showcases a group...

The Subject Of “Tickled” Has Died

David D'Amato, effectively the central 'villain' of last year's popular documentary feature "Tickled," has passed away at age 55. The New York Times reports D'Amato died suddenly on March 13th, an obituary that does not mention his involvement in...

Trailer: Jonathan Teplitzky’s “Churchill”

The first trailer has arrived for "The Railway Man" director Jonathan Teplitzky's "Churchill". Set in June 1944, Brian Cox plays former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in his later years - a time when he must grapple with the life...

Sonnenfeld On The Status Of “Men In Black 4”

Almost a year ago at CinemaCon, Sony Pictures announced a proposed "Men in Black" and "21 Jump Street" crossover was officially happening and would go by the title MIB 23. At the time James Bobin was set...

“American Assassin,” “Extinction” Set Dates

Lionsgate has locked down a September 15th release for "American Assassin," the upcoming potential franchise launching film adaptation of Vince Flynn's novels about counterterrorism operative Mitch Rapp. "Teen Wolf" and "The Maze Runner" star Dylan O'Brien plays the CIA black...

“Spring Breakers” Gets A Digital Series

Producers Chris Hanley ("American Psycho") and Fernando Sulichin ("Snowden") are set to produce a new digital series based on Harmony Korine's cult 2012 film "Spring Breakers". Blackpills, a soon-to-launch digital platform, will be home to the series which is one...

Danny Boyle Open To “Trainspotting” Spin-Off

Filmmaker Danny Boyle has indicated there's a potential for his two "Trainspotting" films to get a spin-off following Robert Carlyle's volatile Begbie character. Speaking with THR, Boyle said that he'd like to see such a possibility as the character has...

New “Ghost” Kuze Poster, Water Fight Clip

Paramount Pictures has premiered a new clip from the upcoming live-action "Ghost in the Shell" film online. Titled 'Water Fight,' it shows more of a key scene glimpsed in the trailer with Scarlett Johansson's The Major using her...

Downey Jr. Is The New “Doctor Dolittle”

Robert Downey Jr. is set to star in "The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle," a new film based on the character from Hugh Lofting's 1920s series of children's books which has been set up at Universal Pictures and Roth/Kirschenbaum Films. The...

Evans, Bennett Enter A “Red Sea Diving Resort”

Chris Evans and Haley Bennett are in negotiations to join Bron Studios' "Red Sea Diving Resort" which is being penned and directed by former "Tyrant" showrunner Gideon Raff. The true story tale deals with the Israeli Mossad's attempted rescue of...

Simmons Unsure Of “The Batman” Future

Late last week actor Joe Manganiello indicated he's no longer certain about whether he'll star in Matt Reeves' "The Batman" film. Now, J.K. Simmons is unsure if his Commissioner James Gordon will be a part of the...

“Suspiria,” “The Defenders” Wrap Filming

Production on Luca Guadagnino's remake of Dario Argento's 1977 classic "Suspiria" is over. Filming on the project took place in Italy from September through December, was halted for much of January and then resumed until it wrapped the...

Mackie, Kaluuya On Blade, Spidey & Panther

"Captain America" actor Anthony Mackie turned up at Wizard World in Cleveland this weekend and was asked what other franchise he'd be interested in being a part of. His answer was surprising - "If we can bring back...

First Photo: Andy Serkis’ “Breathe”

The first photo has been released from "Breathe," the directorial debut of mo-cap legend and actor Andy Serkis. Andrew Garfield and "The Crown" star Claire Foy star in the story of a genius paralysed by polio. His wife (Foy)...

“Wonder Woman” Fans Up In Armpits

One of the more ridiculous social media controversies this year has been discovered by British tabloid The Telegraph which has found people complaining about a bit of accuracy regarding Patty Jenkins' upcoming "Wonder Woman" film. What's wrong? Gal Gadot's armpits....

“Mulan” Ditching Music For Martial Arts

Filmmaker Niki Caro says that her upcoming live-action adaptation of Disney's classic 1998 animated film "Mulan" will differ from the other films of this type as it won't be a musical. Speaking with EW, she says the aim is a...

Besson Teases Second “Valerian” Trailer

To celebrate Luc Besson's 58th birthday this weekend, the filmmaker shared a tease for the second trailer for "Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets" which is slated to go online on Wednesday, March 29th. At the same time,...

“Kingsman” Sequel Gets Moved Up A Week

The first "Kingsman: The Secret Service" proved a surprise early 2015 smash hit with $414 million worldwide for 20th Century Fox. For the sequel, the studio is trying a different season, originally planning to drop the film in...

“The Dark Tower” Gets A First Poster

The first poster has arrived for the film adaptation of the Stephen King fantasy novel series "The Dark Tower" which opens in cinemas July 28th. Using a negative space trick to form the tower itself out of the...

Manganiello Now Uncertain Over “Batman”

Joe Manganiello appeared on Pittsburgh Today Live this past week to promote his role in the new "The Smurfs" movie and revealed that he's now unsure as to whether he'll still suit up as Deathstroke for Matt Reeves' "The...

Gunn Talks His Ideas For A Third “Guardians”

Earlier this week, filmmaker James Gunn confirmed that even though the sequel isn't out yet, a third "Guardians of the Galaxy" is almost certainly on its way even though it hasn't been announced or dated at this point. Speaking with...

“Life” Is Not A Prequel To The “Venom” Movie

In the past week or so, a ridiculous rumor emerged online in the wake of a certain film back in January surprising everyone with its bait-and-switch. That new rumor? That next week's sci-fi horror film "Life," starring Jake Gyllenhaal and...

Jordan Wanted For Morpheus In New “Matrix”?

First word broke that a reboot of "The Matrix" was in the works at Warners. Then the film's scribe Zak Penn clarified things saying it isn't a reboot or a sequel, but is a continuation of that universe. Now...

No Live-Action “Frozen” Planned Anytime Soon

There's currently no slowing down Disney's desire to remake its animated classics into live-action features, and the massive success of this weekend's "Beauty and the Beast" indicates audiences are keen for this trend to continue for the moment. But surprisingly...

Carax’s “Annette” Loses Mara & Rihanna

Both Rihanna and Rooney Mara have reportedly exited the next project from French arthouse master Leos Carax ("Holy Motors"). Adam Driver remains slated to star in the film, titled "Annette,"which is described as a musical. Marking Carax's English-language debut,...

Universal Plans Obama Workplace Comedy

Universal Pictures and Anonymous Content are teaming for what's dubbed a high-concept workplace feature adaptation of a book proposal by former White House stenographer Beck Dorey-Stein. Titled "From the Corner of the Oval," the book focuses on the White House...

McKinnon, Kunis Love “The Spy Who Dumped Me”

Kate McKinnon ("Ghostbusters") and Mila Kunis ("Black Swan") are in talks for Susanna Fogel's comedy "The Spy Who Dumped Me" at Imagine Entertainment and Lionsgate. McKinnon and Kunis will play best friends who unwittingly become entangled in an international...

Netflix Gives Adam Sandler Four More Movies

New “Love Actually” Sequel Short Photos

Edward James Olmos Joins “The Predator”

Brett Ratner Not A Fan Of Rotten Tomatoes

Adrien Brody Comes To “Peaky Blinders”

Full Trailer: Noomi Rapace In “Rupture”

Green Ranger Teased For “Power Rangers 2”

Amy Schumer Departs The “Barbie” Film