Captain America takes the number one spot from Harry Potter at the box office this past weekend and Kristen Stewart suits up for her role as Snow White.
Seeing as the "Godfather" godfather revolutionized the whole sequel thing, he's prepping to go on tour for "Twixt," which will have him editing his film DJ-style as live audiences are watching. Plus, Kristen Stewart disses her mom.
Now that "Thor" and "Captain America" have lit up the box office, Marvel is moving on to some of its... lesser known characters.
Adam Sandler has plans to remake '80s classic "Three Men and a Baby"... only this time, he wants those three men to be in a gay, polyamorous relationship. Um. Okay?
In this week's Posternalysis, we look at the needy love letter that is the "Like Crazy" poster... and the suspicious pose of a girl who might need a bathroom on "The Hunter" poster.
We've got our first look at Henry Cavill as the Man of Steel, and frankly... he looks a little Aquamanish to us. Just sayin'.
Movie Libre gives a special review of "The Rise of the Planet of the Apes" -- something about melting Milk Duds?! -- and Nar weaves the Box Office Gross with a slew of less-than-stellar monkey puns.
With "Harry Potter" and "Twilight" wrapping up, we nominate "The Hunger Games" as the Next Big Thing, and we've got the news and pics to support our claim.
The quick hits just keep on coming! Mark Wahlberg and Russell Crowe are taking on "Broken City," Reese Witherspoon and Matthew McConaughey will be rolling in "Mud" and Chris Evans has one -- yes, one -- line of dialogue ahead of him.
Brad Pitt's "World War Z" and Johnny Depp's "Tonto" will be hitting theaters on the same day, meaning women everywhere will be doing a double feature, because, really, who wants to choose?
Don't know about you, but we like our popcorn with a little extra butter (and some hilarz movie spoofs from Los Angeles-based comedy group Reckless Tortuga).