New 'Man of Steel' Trailer Has Super Gravitas He's a brilliant visual stylist, but the knock on Zack Snyder as a director is that he too often neglects real storytelling in favor of pretty pictures. The latest Man of Steel trailer, however, suggests he may have made a quantum leap as a filmmaker. More
First Details on Batman: Arkham Origins, Out Oct. 25 The next chapter in Rocksteady's Batman series is coming. Batman: Arkham Origins is the subject of next month's Game Informer Cover, and it's on its way to the PS3, Xbox360 and Wii U on October 25th, along with a companion title on the PS Vita and 3Ds. More
Tony Stark Goads the Mandarin in New 'Iron Man 3' Clip Up 'til now, Marvel's been focusing on the grimmer aspects of Iron Man 3 -- including the epic whooping that Ol' Shell-Head's going to take from the Mandarin (Ben Kingsley). But as the latest clip Marvel's doled out makes clear, Tony Stark (Robert Downey, Jr.) can give as good as he gets. More
Watch 'The Wolverine' Teaser On Monday, we were treated to a 6-second tease of the trailer for The Wolverine that's coming out on Wednesday, and, today, we're given a longer look. That's right, it's that trailer of a trailer thing Fox is so fond of doing for their bigger movies. More
'X-Men: First Class': January Jones' Sexiest Emma Frost Moments (PHOTOS) January Jones knows a thing or two about cold characters: her Betty in "Mad Men" is as uninviting as they come, and in the new "X-Men" movie, her Emma Frost actually harnesses the power of telepathy and mind control. Curious, then, why she wears ... 06/4/2011 - 7:22 am | View Link
January Jones on X-Men: First Class and Emma Frost Mad Men star January Jones shows some skin and dons a variety of sexy outfits to play Emma Frost, a telepathic mutant who helps Sebastian Stan (played by Kevin Bacon) in his quest to start a nuclear war, in X-Men: First Class. In this interview ... 06/3/2011 - 1:00 pm | View Link
January Jones Rocks Sexy Lingerie as Mutant Emma Frost in 'X-Men' (Exclusive First Look) For months, websites have been buzzing over rumors that January Jones dons sexy lingerie in 20th Century Fox’s X-Men: First Class. THR’s exclusive first photos of her bedroom ensemble puts those rumors to rest—mutant Emma Frost (Jones ... 05/26/2011 - 7:00 am | View Link
Sneak peek: First publicity shots of January Jones, Kevin Bacon and James McAvoy in forthcoming blockbuster X-Men: First Class January joins a cast that also includes Shameless and Last King Of Scotland star James McAvoy as Professor Xavier, A Single Man and Skins actor Nicholas ... last ensemble X-Men movie, 2006's The Last Stand that too many mutant characters were ... 01/20/2011 - 1:26 am | View Link
January Jones As Emma Frost Set Pics From 'X-Men: First Class' Matthew Vaughn’s X-Men: First Class is finally underway and as I reported a few weeks back, January Jones was signed on to portray the White Queen, Emma Frost. Well low and behold, we have some set pictures of Jones in full costume shooting some scenes ... 09/9/2010 - 2:15 am | View Link
Though many have wished it so, "Attack the Block" filmmaker Joe Cornish will NOT be directing the next installment in the "Star Trek" film franchise.
Variety confirmed that while Paramount and Skydance were at one point in talks with Cornish, the director is "no longer involved".
J. D. Payne, Patrick McKay and Roberto Orci are co-writing the next instalment which J.
Ben Wishaw ("Skyfall") is now confirmed to be starring as Freddie Mercury in a biopic of the late Queen frontman's life.
Dexter Fletcher has also come onboard to direct the project. Fletcher has reportedly met with the band to get a good grasp on the story and the plan is to get the project up and running next year.
"Chicago" and "Hairspray" producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron have signed on to produce a film adaptation of the musical "Pippin" for The Weinstein Company.
The Bob Fosse-directed and Stephen Schwartz-written 1972 stage musical focused on the existential journey of the title character, the son of King Charlemagne who was trying to find his place in the Middle Ages.
Of all the top ten lists, the American Film Institute's annual best of film list is one that carries a lot of weight. Composed of leaders from the film, entertainment, business and academic communities, this prestigious group made headlines years ago when they voted "Citizen Kane" the best film ever made.
They don't rank their top tens and don't explain their choices, they simply list their top films which usually includes a healthy mix of mainstream and art house with the occasional WTF selection creeping in.
If there's one limitation though it's that the organisation's nature means only American films are selected, so great foreign fare doesn't make the list.
Bette Midler is attached to star in and executive produce a an HBO telemovie about legendary Hollywood star Mae West.
The story is based on West's autobiography "Goodness Had Nothing To Do With It" and chronicles West’s rise to stardom. West was never a wide-eyed innocent, she began her career writing and starring in her own risqué Broadway shows like "Sex" and "Diamond Lil".