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Even though Jurassic Park is one of Steven Spielberg's biggest hits, he came within hours of not directing it. Guess who might have done the job instead?
Guillermo del Toro has never made a movie in 3D and had no intention of doing so with his upcoming Pacific Rim. Unfortunately, he's been overruled.
Actor Michael Clarke Duncan was buried on Monday in Los Angeles, where his mourners included a number of other well-known actors and celebrities.
Ever wonder what happened to the feature film adaptation of the classic comic book series Y: The Last Man? We have too, and we may finally have some answers.
As Star Trek celebrates its 46th birthday (the original series premiered on September 8th, 1966), we've finally gotten wind of the title for the upcoming movie known until now as Star Trek 2.
These days, it takes a long time and a lot of effort to get a movie made in Hollywood, and studios often hear from many different filmmakers about how they would envision a particular film. And we—the public—almost never get to see one of those visions that wasn't used.
Back in the days before events like Comic-Con became huge corporate affairs with showstopping presentations and star power delivered by the major studios and TV networks, movies were promoted at sci-fi and comic book conventions in a much more quaint way.
The actor who played one of the most devious bad guys seen on TV in the past decade is taking on the role of one of the greatest supervillains in comic book history next year.
Michael Clarke Duncan, the Oscar-nominated actor known for his massive frame and roles in The Green Mile, Daredevil and many others, died this week at the age of 54.
Actor Ryan Gosling hasn't really tapped into the fantasy or sci-fi genres since moving onto the big screen, nor has he expanded beyond his acting career into fields like directing or screenwriting. Well, all that's about to change.