Honoring “excellence in the field of animation,” the 41st Annie Awards recognized “Toy Story of TERROR!,” “Futurama,” “Adventure Time,” “Princess Sofia,” “Pacific Rim,” “The Hobbit” and more.
Matthew McConaughey narrates a subtle, moody teaser trailer for ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ director’s next film.
The award-winning composer who created the iconic music associated with the first six movies will return for the next film, which is due in 2015.
Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer prove no match for Steve Carrell’s minions as Despicable Me 2 brings in $142.1 million over the Fourth of July holiday.
The cologne might be new, but San Diego’s greatest action news team is still the same. Paramount has released a teaser trailer for Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, featuring returning stars Will Ferrell, Steve Carell, Paul Rudd and David Koechner.
The end of the year is almost upon us, which means it’s time to reflect some. Let’s start with a simple one, shall we? What’s your pick for the best movie of the year? Click through and share some thoughts.
I’m just going to go ahead and say it: I think that Marvel’s Black Widow is the most important female super-hero out there right now. It’s not because of her powers, or because of her history, but because she’s looking like the most likely candidate for first female super-hero to get her own movie anytime soon, now that DC has seemingly relegated Wonder Woman to television. Is it just me, or is something wrong with this picture?
Now that it’s official that Marvel’s first true Marvel/Disney co-production – as well as first post-Avengers project – will be the much-anticipated Runaways, we’re wondering: Who should star in the movie?
If there’s one lesson that any actor who works with Marvel Studios should take from the recent Ed Norton/Avengers bust-up, it’s this: You do not want to mess with Marvel. But then again, why should we be surprised?
The viral marketing campaign for Disney’s Tron Legacy speeds along with a teaser trailer at FlynnLives.com for the Space Paranoids Online game announced at WonderCon.
The Prisoner‘s Hayley Atwell has been cast as the female lead in Marvel Studios’ The First Avenger: Captain America.
Warner Bros. has recruited a screenwriter for The Man From U.N.C.L.E., the big-screen adaptation of the popular 1960s spy-fi television series.