Though Dan Brown's reign as the king of airplane reading may be over, his Robert Langdon books produced two very successful movies. So it's no surprise that Brown's 'Inferno' is being adapted for the big screen, with Tom Hanks returning as Langdon, and with Ron Howard directing, and has been set for a December 2015 release.
There's no getting around it, 'All You Need is Kill' was an unwieldy title, and even with Tom Cruise starring in the film, the name could be seen as a turn-off. So it's no surprise that Warner Bros. -- who plans to launch the movie at Comic-Con 2013 -- have changed the title to 'Edge of Tomorrow' and have done so with a brand-new poster.
Though 'The Lone Ranger' is still in theaters, with a less than $50 million five-day opening, the film is already in contention for one of the year's biggest misfires, if not outright failures. That Johnny Depp is currently lining up a new project means one of two things: He's rethinking what roles he should play or he taking big paydays while they're still around. That next project? 'Mortdecai.'
It's time to start getting excited for the return of Hugh Jackman's most famous character, as 'The Wolverine' will be hitting theaters later this month, and we're getting inundated with new material. Here's the latest scene from the film, which features Logan on the defensive.
Though Ryan Reynolds doesn't sing the theme song, 'R.I.P.D.' looks so much like 'Men in Black' it could almost be a remake. The latest featurette does look funny, but we wonder if the pitch was "What if the Men in Black were Ghostbusters?"
In what must be great news for lazy students who hate watching black and white movies but don't want to read a book, Steven Spielberg is looking to produce a new adaptation of John Steinbeck's classic novel 'The Grapes of Wrath.' And it turns out he's not the only one interested in updating this classic.
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