Robert Rodrigez's forthcoming sequel, Machete Kills, is fast becoming the film with the craziest cast credits seen for a long time, with the director revealing, via Twitter, that one of the world's biggest pop stars, Lady Gaga, has a role as a character called La Chameleón.
With rumours abounding that Matt Damon could be returning to the Bourne franchise at some point in the future, producer Frank Marshall has spoken out about the direction the films will take after this year's The Bourne Legacy.
Opportunities for amateur film-making are everywhere nowadays thanks to websites like Youtube allowing anyone to post content. It also allows existing film-makers the chance to root out grassroots talent, something which Drake Doremus, director of Like Crazy, has taken advantage of for his latest project.
Unaware of his significance in a conflict between Heaven and Hell, a reverend (Stuart Brennan) takes up his role in a village parish. Yet after fending off a hungry assailant, the holy man slowly becomes aware of his growing thirst for blood. Using his new found urges to confront evil, the reverend takes it upon himself to rid the sleepy village of the most significant members of the criminal underworld.
Several scenes for Marvel’s upcoming God of Thunder sequel Thor 2 are set to be filmed underground, Bleeding Cool verified this week.
DreamWorks Animation has acquired the company Classic Media in a deal worth $155m this week, picking up the rights to many properties including Casper, The Lone Ranger, Lassie and Where's Waldo.
The future of the cinematic DC Comics universe is starting to take shape, but what shape will that universe be in by the time it arrives? While Marvel movies have had a pretty good run of things for many years now (with only the occasional bad blip like ELEKTRA and GHOST RIDER as blemishes), DC characters have fared less well.
With the summer blockbuster season on the wane, the trailers for the quieter, autumnal movie fare have started to appear, including the first for upcoming comedy, The Oranges.
There was a very loud, collective sigh of relief today as Indiana Jones fans all over the world reacted to the news that a fifth installment of the adventuring archeologist is looking increasingly unlikely.
Is this the best man/tiger buddy movie since The Hangover?