To be the man leading the charge into so many big-budget blockbusters these days, you'd think filmmaker J.J. Abrams was a fan of all those monster budgets. Turns out, he absolutely hates that movies have gotten so darn expensive.
The new big screen version of Rod Serling's The Twilight Zone has found its director, and it's not any of the filmmakers who were reportedly up for the job.
Vintage video games are always fun, and sometimes they're more fun when the graphics are astonishingly bad. In that spirit, Penney Design has taken the concepts behind several modern sci-fi blockbusters and reimagined them as Cartridge Video System (CVS) adaptations from the '70s and '80s.
We've been hearing about a sequel to the 2008 monster movie Cloverfield almost since the first one came out. But while nothing has been happening on that front recently, the director says the movie will eventually come out ... someday.
It's a myth that Mars needs women. And it's also not true that aliens are coming. At least as far as the real world is concerned. But Hollywood's many invasion movies tell a different story, and there's no end to the celluloid aliens who want our planet ... or our tasty flesh.
The secret movie behind the secret trailer attached to Iron Man 2 is the secret Abrams/Spielberg movie.
Last night, the man himself told the world otherwise while attending the 2010 Time 100 Gala at the Time Warner Center.
Director Matt Reeves sought the help of Steven Spielberg in adapting Let the Right One In.
The Day the Earth Stopped, Snakes on a Train and more.
Watch things go boom in Cloverfield, Independence Day, and more.