When it comes down to it, who can really resist the news that Sylvester Stallone is turning Rocky into a stage musical? It’s such unexpected news, such wonderfully weird news, that I couldn’t help myself and started to wonder: What other movie classics would we happily see reincarnated as all-singing, all-dancing theater experiences?
The historical drama walked away with four trophies at last night’s 83rd Academy Awards, with wins for best picture, best director, best actor and best original screenplay. Inception also won four awards, all in technical categories.
Oscar winners can be hard to predict, depending on the whims of the Academy and political maneuvering as much as anything else. But what happens when you introduce box office take into the running? Here are what would take home the trophies if it were purely based on money.
Black Swan composer Clint Mansell will be providing the music for BioWare’s upcoming Xbox 360/PlayStation 3 role-playing game Mass Effect 3.
Mark Heyman and Marc Webb are joining forces for Age of Rage, a post-apocalyptic science fiction film about a world without adults.
The King’s Speech scores a whopping 14 nominations for the 2011 British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards.
The Green Hornet tops the weekend box office with $34 million in ticket sales, trailed distantly by newcomer The Dilemma and a handful of awards season favorites.
The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind actor returned to his comedy roots this weekend as the host of Saturday Night Live, thoroughly eviscerating Black Swan in the process.
Isn’t it always the way? You hire someone to help you achieve your dream of producing a movie, and when you succeed, you sue them for not making you millions of dollars. Or, at least, that’s what’s happened with Black Swan producer Rick Schwartz.
The Walking Dead, The Social Network and Inception are among the many TV shows and films recognized by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for the forthcoming Golden Globes.
Darren Aronofsky hits another dinger with Black Swan, anchored by a standout performance from Natalie Portman and the same loving attention to detail that made The Wrestler so captivating.
Now that Thanksgiving is out of the way, it’s time to start thinking about this year’s crop of Holiday Movies. Surprisingly, there’s more than just Tron: Legacy out in the next month, and here’s a rundown about what to expect and when to expect it.