The director and star of Blue Ruin explain how they accidentally got accepted to the Cannes Film Festival and the serious problem with beards.
Mattel announces that it will produce a live-action comedy based on the plastic doll, from the writer of Rio 2 and Sex & The City. Yikes.
Peter Jackson and New Line make a very commerical change to the title of the final Hobbit movie.
David Belle explains the principles of Parkour, says he’s up for another District B13 and thinks he gives an even better performance in Brick Mansions.
Ten years later, Tony Scott’s Man on Fire plays less like a revenge thriller than a volcanic character study from a very troubling perspective.
See Bryce Dallas Howard behind the scenes of Jurassic World, an adventure 65,000,021 years in the making.
The latest Gina Carano thriller hits DVD, Blu-ray and Digital HD on June 3 from Anchor Bay. Check out the exclusive cover art and specifications.
The RZA defends old school martial artists relying on wires and CGI, and reveals the story behind the song he wrote for Paul Walker.
A talented cast is let down by Joss Whedon’s screenplay in this underdeveloped psychic romance.
National Treasure director Jon Turteltaub will direct a feature film based on the one ride nobody ever wants to go on.
The longtime screenwriter could be in line to make his directorial debut on the bridge of the Enterprise.
Mary Elizabeth Winstead talks about precarious microphone placement and worries that her role in the Die Hard movies is getting smaller with every film.
20th Century Fox has picked up the rights to the pulp hero Flash Gordon and they’re already hard at work on the screenplay.
Dan Fogler’s apocalyptic stoner comedy hits VOD and iTunes on May 9 and theaters on May 16, 2014, and we’ve got an exclusive gallery of stills.
James McAvoy stars as Scotland’s most corrupted cop in Scotland in the new crime comedy Filth, from the creator of Trainspotting.
CraveOnline’s critics pay homage to action icon Luc Besson by arguing about which film is his best. Read their picks and vote for your favorites.
William Friedkin’s Sorcerer finally hits Blu-ray, but Fred Topel says the hype for this Wages of Fear remake is far more impressive than the film.
The stars of the Joss Whedon-written psychic romance In Your Eyes talk solo sex scenes and the problem with being psychic in the early 1990s.
The humans from Dawn of the Planet of the Apes call the Ape Village ‘magnificent’ and Gary Oldman says that motion capture used to be ‘a pain in the ass.’
He’s Spider-Man’s most tenacious adversary — so director Marc Webb is teasing a possible Triple-J sighting in The Amazing Spider-Man 3.