Lego fans will be pleased to hear that Warner Brothers are putting their blocks together to create a Lego feature-film!
The Muppets marketing campaign has been no stranger to clever, funny and very of-the-moment movie parodies and as the US marketing ramps up towards a Thanksgiving release (sorry, UK, we have to wait until early 2012) they have found room for one more.
David Fincher is the most recent name to become attached to the new cinematic incarnation of Cleopatra and it looks like he may re-unite with Eric Roth, the writer of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.
I am a casual fan of the original Star Trek series and found JJ Abrams' reboot one of the better films of the summer of 2009, so fans have been made to wait a space age for a sequel.
Need a dose of Christmas cheer? Have five! Aardman have released five clips of their latest feature, Arthur Christmas, and as you can guess, they are chock-full of elves, reindeer, and over-curious children questioning the physics of magic.
Teenage years are tough on everybody; sex, exams, televised murder... Wait, what?!
Yes, however difficult it may seem with a recession and ever-changing fashion, just be thankful you don’t live in a District in Panem. In Suzanne Collins’ acclaimed trilogy, twelve restless Districts each send a girl and boy, trained in combat, into the heart of a jungle until only one is left alive. Naturally, the whole thing is televised and bet upon for the world’s enjoyment. Like X-Factor, but with slightly more animosity.
Bella Swan is going to trade sparkling vampires for biker gangs and telepaths with bulging foreheads, as she is offered a key role in Jaume Collet-Sera's Akira.
Lovefilm has held a monopoly on the UK movie rental market, particularly in terms of online streaming content, but Netflix are coming to our shores next year and they are bringing hell with them. If Hell is a series of lucrative exclusives, that is.
The latest acquisitions for the American giant are exclusive streaming deals with both Lionsgate and Miramax Films.
Activision off-shoot studio, Beenox, have released a brief glimpse into the concept artwork for the new Amazing Spider-Man game which will accompany the films release, due out next July. The studio is responsible for other recent Spider-Man games Shattered Dimensions and Edge of Time, the former fairing very well in gamer reviews.
Tom Six promised that The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence) would make the first instalment “look like My Little Pony”. By shunning the implied grotesqueness of the mad scientist gone mental farce of The Human Centipede in favour of in your face graphic violence, streams of blood, faeces and gore, Six has done just that. Yet, whereas The Human Centipede verged on the fantastical and as a result was laughable at times, Six seems determined to push the boundaries of taste further than ever before and as such there is very little of that lightness of touch here.