Despite a bigger-is-better philosophy, this globe-trotting action-comedy keeps real thrills and laughs at a modest trickle.
Legendary Entertainment plans to buy its own marketing agency, announcing an agreement on Thursday to buy FIVE33, which would focus exclusively on Thomas Tull’s growing slate of internally developed…
“We’ll be playing the new album in order,” smirked Nick Cave early on in his sold-out, prohibitively expensive ($140 per ticket), Web-streamed concert at the Fonda Theater Thursday evening. “It’ll be…
The relationship between a stubborn, uncommunicative ex-con and his just-as-obstinate, terminally ill mother is explored to understated effect in "A Few Hours of Spring."
Ashley Hamilton is in talks to play one of the villains in "Iron Man 3," eyeing the small part of government cyborg Firepower.
Moonshine, machismo and rivers of gore make for a heady brew in "Lawless," Australian helmer John Hillcoat's stylishly assembled Prohibition-era gangster pic.
James Badge Dale has joined the cast of "Iron Man 3."
Rebecca Hall ("The Town") is in talks to join Marvel Studios and Disney's "Iron Man 3," that starts production this month.
Vin Diesel is attached to star in and produce an untitled action-thriller from "Unknown" scribes Oliver Butcher and Stephen Cornwell.
Legendary Entertainment has tapped Joel Chiodi exec VP of branding and social marketing, a newly created post at the company.
Four new Marvel-based TV series -- "Iron Man," "X-Men," "Wolverine" and "Blade" -- will hit cabler G4 in 2011, anime-style, through a deal with Sony Pictures TV.