At least it opened before this weekend’s Oz movie. That’s the only positive we can find here.
The English version will be out in the States on April 19.
While Snitch fizzled, Oscar nominees Argo and Silver Linings Playbook were still hanging in there.
When you want it this bad, you get someone who knows how to win. (But nobody’s perfect!)
“Does [campaigning] make a difference? Absolutely,” says one campaign consultant. “Can it make no difference at all? Absolutely.”
The latest John McClane explodo-installment is all about the international markets.
Vulture has learned that the studio has taken the unusual step of hiring two different screenwriters to work on dueling Mummy scripts.
Does this mean Melissa McCarthy is a “movie star” or not?
Sorry, Lincoln and Zero Dark Thirty, but you had a good run.
It’s a wonder more famous people don’t get into Chris Brown–Frank Ocean brawls over a space.
Also, Best Picture nominees keep chugging along.
So many 30 Rock questions.
Cate Blanchett is still attached as the wicked stepmother.
The David O. Russell film appears to be finding its feet, while Bigelow’s thriller is trending downward.
Ron Howard is in early talks for a movie based on a Nathaniel Philbrick book.
What about that Jessica Chastain, huh?
Abrams’s Bad Robot is developing the film at Paramount.
With Spielberg possibly as executive producer.
It was to be a Jedi tale based on Seven Samurai that may be set outside of Episodes VII through IX.
Except for Django.