As you can see from the pic above, John Carter is having a bad day, but it could get a whole lot worse because this actually isn’t the biggest problem he has to deal with in Walt Disney’s John Carter.
Before the O.K. Corral made Doc Holliday a western legend, he was just a young dentist following his doctor’s orders. Now, HBO and Ron Howard will let us see how it all began in a new western drama series.
Dwayne Johnson apparently has a thing for monsters these days because he’s joining the live-action adaptation of the comic book series, The Monster Hunter’s Survival Guide.
Andrew Garfield has been doing some web-slinging in New York recently for The Amazing Spider-Man, and Rhys Ifans was on hand too, with his Curt Connors character now sporting an extra hand in these new photos. Is the Lizard behind Garfield’s nose bleed?
Hugo arrives on the big screen on November 23rd, but we have a new peek for those who don’t want to wait that long to find out more about the movie that tells the tale of a orphaned boy, an adventurous girl, and a mechanical man that might possibly unlock a secret or two.
We’re about a month away from David Fincher’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo arriving in theaters to stomp out any and all Christmas spirit you might have, but there hasn’t been a whole lot of attention giving to Rooney Mara’s Lisbeth Salander… until now.
Tim Burton is a master of twisted tales and he might be bringing another one to the big screen if he gets a chance to develop Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, which features children that are slightly more than ‘peculiar.’
Stephen King fans are in for a special treat, with A&E offering up a unique feature in preparation for December’s four-hour Bag of Bones miniseries that includes (in typical King style) a nod to other works from the King of horror and a few spooky photos to help get you in the mood for a ghost story.
The first trailer for The Hunger Games hit the web shortly after its premiere on Good Morning America, and it looks like the odds will be in the favor of anyone who goes to see what will probably be an awesome movie, with the first look already tugging on a few heart strings.
Email is a wonderful thing that lets people stay in touch with friends all over the world, but what if you could take technology a step further and communicate via email with friends and family that were no longer alive? Summit Entertainment plans to explore the possibilities with Deadmail.