Haven't we learned yet not to test Stephen Colbert's Tolkien knowledge?
James Franco breaks his silence about The Amazing Spider-Man, revealing what he really thought of the film.
With the world possibly ending tomorrow if all the theories about the Mayan calendar prove to be right, Seth Rogen figured he'd better rush out the first trailer for his new movie—which is, of course, about the end of the world.
A new—and pretty awesome—trailer for Sam Raimi's Wizard of Oz prequel film Oz the Great and Powerful is out now, and what can we say about it other than it's awesome? How about: it's bloody fantastic!
Hold on to your hot-air balloons— Oz: The Great and Powerful is heading our way. Disney's released six new images from the fantasy epic featuring the title character and those sister witches. Check out the revamped and rediscovered Land of Oz.
Rise of the Planet of the Apes wound up being one of the more pleasant sci-fi surprises at the movies this year, but it almost had one more surprise that might not have gone over so well. According to a Twentieth Century Fox executive, star James Franco's character Will Rodman almost didn't live to see the end of the flick.
Is there anything that Andy Serkis can't do? The actor introduces this special extended clip in which Rise of the Planet of the Apes where his character Caesar goes ape$%#! on a neighbor who he believes is attacking his caregiver.
James Franco is known for trying pretty much everything—which includes writing short stories, teaching at NYU, appearing on General Hospital and hosting the Oscars. Now it looks like he's trying something new—badmouthing his upcoming movie Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes.
What starts off as a cure always turns into a crime against humanity. That's a basic plot point that pops up in Rise of the Planet of the Apes. A new trailer has been released and it explains how James Franco's obsession with science and a monkey screws up life for the rest of us.
James Franco will be hosting the Oscars Sunday, but we're more interested in where we'll be seeing him come November—on the big screen as the scientist who sets things in motion in the long-awaited Rise of the Apes.