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Just in time for Halloween season, some rare, never-before-seen special effects test footage from The Exorcist has shown up online.
According to Ridley Scott, the much-talked-about sequel to Blade Runner is definitely happening—and he's hinting that it will answer the one question fans of the first film have been debating for 30 years.
The long legal battle between Warner Bros. Pictures and the estates of Superman creators Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster may soon be coming to a close. But in typical Hollywood fashion, the studio wants a twist ending.
It seems that the script for the sequel to last February's unexpected hit Chronicle has run into some problems—and the news comes from a source that would know.
Stanley Kubrick's classic 1980 adaptation of Stephen King's novel The Shining remains one of the most frightening and yet cryptic horror movies ever made. So it's about time someone got around to making a documentary about it.
It's the movie that comic book fans, and especially Marvel devotees, dream about: an epic that brings together the Avengers and the X-Men in one mighty big screen blowout.
The Wachowski siblings, Andy and Lana, are back in a big way with the impending arrival of their epic new film Cloud Atlas. But the pair have another project up their sleeves—and it finds them working with Babylon 5 creator J. Michael Straczynski.
20th Century Fox has finally selected one of the seven names in contention to direct the sequel to last year's Rise of the Planet of the Apes. Can you guess which one it is?
Robert Heinlein and Theodore Sturgeon are two of the titans of science fiction literature, and the men were good friends as well. Still, it comes as a surprise to hear about a letter from Heinlein that possibly saved Sturgeon's career.
Almost since the minute that The Amazing Spider-Man arrived in theaters this past July, speculation has been rampant about whether director Marc Webb would return for the sequel. That question has now been answered.