Bryan Singer Reveals Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart Will Return For 'Days of Future Past'

Bryan Singer thrilled the film (and comic) world when it was announced that he would step up for the next X-Men film after Matthew Vaughn bowed out. All things considered, X-Men: First Class was an amazing success and Vaugn would have probably done just a good a job with his second at bat. But that was then […]

Michael Keaton Takes Hugh Laurie's Role in 'Robocop' Remake

Right when Jose Padilha‘s all-star Robocop remake was looking like it was going to be the biggest thing ever, it hit some snags. One of which were some of the director’s ideas that raised some eyebrows. Beyond that, one of the initial hits taken in the pre-production was the loss of Hugh Laurie from the project. But […]

Kevin Costner Cast In Multiple Tom Clancy/Jack Ryan Film Adaptations

A few years ago we were extremely excited to report on what looked to be a solid couple of years for Kevin Costner. Having current success that’s starting to rival his status in the 80s/90s Kevin is teetering on the brink of a renaissance. Sure he’s an Oscar-winning actor and director, let’s look past his altruistic humaitaian efforts […]

Daniel Radcliffe and Zoe Kazan Join Michael Dowse's 'The F Word'

Depending on your film tastes, this casting news might be hit and miss for some of you. Why? Well, Radcliffe you know (anyone recall those movies about “The Boy Who Lived”?) and has done a lot to even out the Potter heavy portion of his CV. But Kazan, unless you’re up on your indie or […]

Hugh Laurie Cast In MGM/Sony Remake of 'RoboCop'

TV’s one and only “shock Doc” Hugh Laurie has been officially cast in  and Jose Padilha’s remake of Paul Verhoeven’s 1987 classic RoboCop. Laurie, 53, now free from the enormously successful “House M.D.”, will be playing the villain/super-rich CEO of  Omni Corp. For those who missed out on the paragon of 80’s awesomeness that is Robocop (so awesome in fact that it’s […]

Wes Anderson’s Next Feature To Shoot In Europe; Owen Wilson To Star

Wes Anderson’s debut of Moonrise Kingdom has gone over extremely well at the Cannes Film Festival but he’s already got his sights set on his next feature. It’s probably fitting that the announcement came which Moonrise is playing in France because Anderson has stated that his as-yet untitled next project is to be “a film I want to make in […]

Lucasfilm Greenlights 'The Secret of Monkey Island' Film Adaptation

Huzzah! After years of waiting, fans of the popular and long running The Secret of Monkey Island computer games will see it finally make the leap to the big screen. Lucasarts has had a slew of fun and exciting 8-bit time wasters but none has had a better shot at being adapted to a feature […]

Seth Rogen and Kevin Hart Team Up For New Buddy Cop Flick

The Green Hornet, Superbad, Observe and Report and now an upcoming odd-couple buddy cop movie. Seth Rogen must enjoy quasi-law enforcement roles. So what’s the scoop on this new film? I mean hasn’t the “buddy-cop” movie been done to death? Well yes and no because the concept/angle for this one is a period-piece and it actually sounds […]

Jim Caviezel Joins Sly and Schwarzenegger In 'The Tomb'

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone are 80s icons and legendary action heroes. Everyone knows that. They battled the box-office back in the day but have recently taken to teaming up in multiplexes. They shared some geek-gasm worthy screen time in The Expendables and will be running and gunning together in its sequel. But information on […]

'Man of Steel' May Kneel Before…Michael Shannon?

If we humble film fans know anything about Christopher Nolan it’s that he likes to mess with our heads. Since Zack Snyder is helming the new Superman film Man of Steel for Mr. Nolan, it seems Zacky-boy wasn’t quite honest with us regarding the villain of his new film. So what does that mean you […]