Contrary to earlier rumors that Tom Hiddleston is being considered to star in the remake of The Crow, a new report contends the role belongs to Alexander Skarsgard if he wants it.
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Thor and The Avengers star Tom Hiddleston is in very early talks to take the lead in Relativity Media’s The Crow, a role that Bradley Cooper was previously attached to.
James McAvoy, who’s rumored to be in negotiations for Relativity Media’s reboot of The Crow, reveals that he doesn’t think he and Patrick Stewart will share screen time in X-Men: Days of Future Past.
A jumble of Bridesmaids, Glee and Bring It On, director Jason Moore’s musical comedy Pitch Perfect is packed with plot contrivances and unfunny gags. However, the mash-ups are catchy, and Rebel Wilson steals the show.
Breck Eisner, director of the 2010 remake of The Crazies, is in talks to turn Hasbro’s Stretch Armstrong into a big screen hero for Relativity Media.
The star-studded cast of Savages discusses the film’s complex relationships and the experience of working with three-time Oscar-winning director Oliver Stone. The crime drama opens today nationwide.
Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunter director Tommy Wirkola is set to helm and rewrite Afterburn, Relativity Media’s adaptation of the post-apocalyptic adventure miniseries from Red 5 Comics. Gerard Butler is attached to star.
The Hunger Games has grossed $251 million domestically in just 10 days, leaving new releases Clash of the Titans and Mirror Mirror in its wake.
With Mirror Mirror, his lighthearted reimagining of the Snow White tale, director Tarsem Singh is in his element, reveling in jaw-dropping set pieces and over-the-top costume designs while eliciting entertaining performances from Julia Roberts, Armie Hammer and breakout star Lily Collins.
After Universal Pictures dropped plans for a Stretch Armstrong movie, Relativity Media has swooped in to strike a new deal with Hasbro. However, Taylor Lautner is no longer attached to star.
F. Javier Gutierrez is set to direct Relativity Media’s newly rejuvenated Crow remake from a script by Jesse Wigutow.
Marcus Nispel, who directed Conan the Barbarian and remakes of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Friday the 13th, will helm the long-brewing adaptation of Tim Seeley’s action-horror comic Hack/Slash.