Tom (those lips are wasted on a man) Hardy is getting set to play in Animal Rescue, likely to be joined by Noomi Rapace.
Holy balls, this trailer has me so excited that I am going to rant and rave. Yes, a Michael Bay movie has inspired a mini-essay that isn't entitled "Our culture has AIDS now."
Matt Damon appears to be set on some sort of timer as the actor starts talking again about his return to the Bourne franchise, this time revealing that he enlisted the help of Jonathan Nolan to try and return the amnesiac spy to the big screen.
As a film fan, it is always heartening to know that great cinema is being protected. The great, lost films of history are a real sticking point for any connoisseur of the art form, so this is why I love The National Film Preservation Board so much.
The organisation has made its annual selection of 25 films to join the National Film Registry, with prints to be housed and preserved in the Library of Congress, recognised forever as important works of American film.
David Cronenberg, the godfather of ‘body horror’, was recently chatting to IndieWire about a couple of projects that never came to pass.
In the midst of sweeping awards bodies across America, becoming a strong contender for the Best Picture at next year's Oscars, Zero Dark Thirty is ramping up towards its wide-release with a riveting, final trailer.
Producer of the upcoming Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy sequel, Eric Fellner, has confirmed that work on the project is already underway this week.
Side Effects, Steven Soderbergh's seemingly penultimate directorial feature, has a new teaser poster and it is an inventive one.
Nicolas Winding Refn's Drive was a movie basking in so much retro cool, you could practically hear the buzz of neon lights in every scene. It looks like Refn may get to indulge in more '80s tinged ultra-violence as he is in talks to direct The Equalizer, starring Denzel Washington.
As a huge fan of Park Chan-wook, I am uncommonly excited about Stoker, the acclaimed South Korean director's English-language début. The trailer was evocative, creepy and splattered in style.
The latest poster continues that trend, showing what amounts to a sociopath's family portrait, with stars Mia Wasikowska, Nicole Kidman and Matthew Goode.