We've seen a lot of different viral campaigns over the years, but this one? These ads for The Hunger Games are so ridiculously garish that we kind of dig them. We'll let 'em speak for themselves.
Ever hear of the spooky action comic Ghost Sweeper? Well, with a film version on its way, you're bound to get a crash course. Read on for the skinny!
Per usual, during yesterday's Super Bowl broadcast a number of new trailers and commercial were aired, including a pretty epic TV spot for Peter Berg's upcoming action adventure/alien invasion flick Battleship. Of course we have it in its entirety right here!
For fans of The Hunger Games today must feel like Christmas. Along with the debut of the second trailer for the film, we have a new still and information on its limited one-week engagement in IMAX theatres.
Doctor Strange is one of those Marvel superheroes who just never got his due. Maybe it's because the character spent a little too much time exploring the dark side. Either way, a movie is on its way, and a quick update on its status has come.
And the World War Z hype wheel keeps right on spinning. This time co-star Mireille Enos ("The Killing", "Big Love"), who plays the wife of Brad Pitt's character in the upcoming adaptation, sat down with E! Online and dropped some pretty interesting remarks about the film and the possibility of it being a trilogy.
Producer/writer/director Lawrence Kasdan (Dreamcatcher, The Big Chill) and bestselling author Harlan Coben are teaming on a feature adaptation of Stay Close, Coben’s latest novel, which Dutton will publish March 20, and the hope is to have a script ready by the book's release date.
Well now. This sucks. After a truly stellar trailer that's had us excited since it debuted, Warner Brothers has announced that the new film from Legendary Pictures and director Bryan Singer, Jack the Giant Killer, has been bumped from its June 15th release date to March 22, 2013.
More eye candy has come for Lionsgate's next bankable franchise, The Hunger Games, and as always we have every scorching pixel of it right here for you to dig upon. Or ignore. Want it? Have at it!
Is it just us, or does it seem like EW has become The Hunger Games' personal PR outlet? They're always getting the new stuff! Case in point: this photo released today of Cinna (Lenny Kravitz) readying a final flaming flourish to Peeta and Katniss’ (Josh Hutcherson and Jennifer Lawrence) black costumes.
We cannot imagine what kind of lunacy it would entail adapting the Stephen King epic The Stand for the big screen. It would take a herculean effort on the part of a writer who's just a little bit crazy. That being said, Warner Brothers has found its lunatic!
New artwork from the upcoming us vs. them alien invasion flick based on the Hasbro board game Battleship has surfaced and we have it for you here guns blazing! Dig it!
A live-action feature adaptation of the R.L. Stine book series Goosebumps has been kicking around Columbia Pictures for months (if not years), and the last we heard Carl Ellsworth (co-writer of Red Dawn and Disturbia) had come aboard to write the screenplay. But things have changed, and now Darren Lemke (Jack the Giant Killer) is starting over from Page One.
The road to bring Hack/Slash to the big screen has been an arduous one to traverse. It's been several years now, and finally it sounds as if there's some solid movement. Movement filled with lens flares and the color orange.
Hungry for a new still from The Hunger Games? Yeah, we weren't either. Still, one of Katniss and Peeta in their District 12 uniforms has slipped online, and we have it for you right here! Check it out!