Benedict Cumberbatch is the villain of Star Trek 2, this much we know, but the internet has obsessed over the identity of said villain.
With Cosmopolis opening at Cannes to mixed reviews, director David Cronenberg and his star, Robert Pattinson, are looking ahead to future projects and it seems that one of these will see the pair reunited on a new film.
Revenge is a dish best served cold. In movies, it is a dish ladled out on a regular basis. It's a genre with a long-lasting appeal with audiences, everybody has indulged in a revenge fantasy or two, even if it's just against the person who cuts you off on the road, at some point in your life your thoughts have gone to that place. That dark little niggling root in our hearts, that universal weakness of character, draws us to these movies. Piggy is the latest in a long, blood-soaked line of movies made just for those moments.
There can be few premises quite as exquisite as the one mooted by Iron Sky. 1945 and with the Third Reich on the verge of collapse, the last vestiges of the Nazi party flee earth to establish a base on the dark side of the moon, waiting patiently for the perfect moment to return to Earth and restore Nationalsozialismus. That would be enough to whet most appetites, but the story behind the six year long production adds an extra dimension to this already stellar promise.
Ever wanted to give a legendary Hollywood director a good licking? Well, now you can with the U.S. Postal Service's new line of film-inspired stamps!
A new week means a new opportunity for more Dark Knight Rises posters.
It's strange how much marketing material exists for The Amazing Spider-Man and yet so little of it seems to be making an impact. The latest attempt comes in the form of an Australian trailer which offers some new footage and the same troubling lack of real enthusiasm.
Paul Thomas Anderson is reported to have shown The Master to Tom Cruise as rumours persist that the film is inspired by Scientology and the movement's founder L. Ron Hubbard.
The Batman promotional material just keeps on coming. After months with just an unsatisfactorily vague image and a teaser made up of the daily rushes, the last episode in Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy is finally being heralded by a barrage of new material. Apart from the flood of images (all of which you can blow up to your heart’s content on our Dark Knight film page), the four-minute extract of Bane’s aerial escape, the first proper (and excellent) trailer and then last week’s two TV spots, we’ve got a third – and presumably final – spot for you today. It premiered on US TV last night and, whilst it doesn’t give too much more away, it confirms – as if anyone really needed it confirming – that Nolan is going heavy of the doom and gloom again. With Marvel nailing their colours to the more colourful end of the funnybook spectrum, Nolan and DC are definitely majoring in shades of black.