'Jurassic Park 4' Delayed We hope you weren't counting too heavily on Jurassic Park 4 making its projected summer 2014 release date, because it looks like Universal has gone back to the drawing board...at least temporarily. The news, as it so often does these days, leaked via Twitter, where Digital Asset Manager Todd Smoyer and Concept Artist Dean Sherriff shared JP4's delay with varying degrees of unhappiness and/or panic. More
Weekend Box Office Report: ‘Oblivion:’ One Release, One Top Spot The weekend was very kind to last week’s one and only new release, Oblivion. Otherwise, the charts have remained more or less static since last weekend. Oblivion did quite well in the box office, making over $38.1 million; while this is at the bottom end of its predicted range for its opening weekend gross, it’s still a respectable sum, and the film can probably expect similarly impressive numbers in later weeks. More
New in Theaters: ‘Oblivion’ As promising and, surprisingly, somewhat original as the film sounds, critics remain unimpressed (aren’t they always?)—Rotten Tomatoes currently rates it at 59%. While the film is visually stunning, and Cruise offers a respectable performance, some insist that there’s not quite enough substance to the script to tie the whole package together. More
Disney Confirms 'Star Wars: Episode VII' on Target for 2015 Disney has been pretty slow to release official information about its slate of upcoming Star Wars sequels, but nobody gets out of CinemaCon without making a few big announcements, and this one's sort of a doozy, albeit in classically circumspect Mouse House fashion: Episode VII is indeed coming to theaters in 2015, with a new Star Wars-related film to follow every summer. More
Portraying Nelson Mandela hits close to home for Idris Elba Idris Elba hesitated taking the role in 'Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.' But using his own father as a reference, Elba fully embraced being Nelson Mandela. British actor Idris Elba is having what he describes as a "beautiful moment" in his career. His off-screen life, though, is another story. 11/29/2013 - 11:06 am | View Link
This 'Frankenstein' is more man than monster Hunter Foster in "Frankenstein," a musical based on Mary Shelley's novel. / Carol Rosegg Running time: Two hours, with one intermission. Ticket prices: $41.25 to $69.25. 11/7/2013 - 1:25 am | View Link
Stars in London for ‘Prometheus’ world premiere LONDON (AP) - The stars of “Prometheus” landed in London on a special blue carpet Thursday night for the world premiere of Sir Ridley Scott’s new sci-fi thriller. Noomi Rapace, Charlize Theron, Michael Fassbender and Guy Pearce joined the director to ... 05/31/2012 - 2:02 pm | View Link
Stars in London for 'Prometheus' world premiere LONDON—The stars of "Prometheus" landed in London on a special blue carpet Thursday night for the world premiere of Sir Ridley Scott's new sci-fi thriller. Noomi Rapace, Charlize Theron, Michael Fassbender and Guy Pearce joined the director to meet fans ... 05/31/2012 - 10:48 am | View Link
Stars in London for ‘Prometheus’ world premiere LONDON (AP) — “Prometheus” is landing in London. The world premiere of Sir Ridley Scott’s new sci-fi thriller takes place in Leicester Square on Thursday night. Stars Noomi Rapace, Charlize Theron, Michael Fassbender and Guy Pearce will ... 05/31/2012 - 1:00 am | View Link
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The set of Pompeii is exactly the way you might imagine a Hollywood film set to be. A huge fake amphitheater, a long lunch line of muscly men wearing gladiator armor, hundreds of extras killing time in Roman costume, their iPhones at odds with their outfits. The whole thing feels like it could easily turn into a Monty Python skit at any moment.
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug is less than a week away from opening stateside, and we've heard nary a peep on the adventure sequel's high frame rate counterpart.
Director Peter Jackson shot his Hobbit movies at 48 frames per second, double the traditional frame rate, in an attempt to make the 3D feel more fluid and immersive.
Last week, director Bryan Singer surprised X-Men fans when he sent out this unexpected Tweet to his followers:#Xmen#Apocalypse 2016!— Bryan Singer (@BryanSinger) December 5, 2013While there wasn't much info to go on, many jumped to the conclusion that the X-Men: Days of Future Past director would also be at the helm of this upcoming 20th Century Fox Marvel mutant adventure.
Enraptured by the enormity of Smaug (Benedict Cumberbatch), Bilbo (Martin Freeman) finds it difficult to hide not only his praise but himself in this latest TV spot for The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. Find out if the giant dragon is as great as the old tales say when the second chapter in this saga debuts, in theaters this weekend.