If “Wreck-It Ralph” was a love letter to video games, “Pixels” is that careless sext in the middle of the night that reads, “U up?”
Director Christopher Columbus, who helmed the first two “Harry Potter” films, said he would love to return to the adventures of Harry, Hermione and Ron.
Filmmakers and stars of the upcoming “Pixels” discuss bringing classic arcade characters to life — and the love that still exists for these classic games.
Paving the way for Tuesday’s trailer debut, the studio has released two teasers for the sci-fi comedy, which stars Adam Sandler, Kevin James and Peter Dinklage.
Although Seth Grahame-Smith says Gremlins is on hold, he indicates Beetlejuice 2 could begin filming by the end of the year.
Sony Pictures has unleashed the first posters for the upcoming comedy, featuring attacks on world cities by characters from classic arcade games.
Star Jack Black and director Rob Letterman were on hand at Comic-Con International to discuss their adaptation of R.L. Stine’s books, while Chris Columbus offered an early peek at his video games-come-to-life comedy.
The X2: X-Men United actor saddles up with Adam Sandler’s new comedy about a video game-fueled alien invasion.
Star Robin Williams and director Chris Columbus are set to reunite for a follow-up to their hit 1993 comedy.
Adam Sandler signs on to star in Chris Columbus’ Pixels as Kevin James and Josh Gad eye roles.
Adam Sandler and Chris Columbus combine forces to produce a remake of the South Korean supernatural comedy Hello Ghost even as Columbus’ 1492 Pictures buys a Santa Claus adventure spec script.
This week, Brian Cronin wades into the movie legend that the 1985 comedy-adventure The Goonies originally included a scene in which the kids grapple with a giant octopus.