Articles by Ross Miller
A production start has been set for Carl Rinsch’s 3D epic ’47 Ronin’, while four Japanese stars have been cast alongside Keanu Reeves.
A new trailer for ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides’ has been released which mixes together previous trailers with some fresh footage.
A couple of newly released images give us our first look at the ‘Toy Story’ short ‘Hawaiian Vacation’ which will play before ‘Cars 2′ this summer. Find out what the toys are up to this time.
The red-band trailer for ‘Bad Teacher’ – an R-rated comedy starring Cameron Diaz, Justin Timberlake and Jason Segel – makes the film look like ‘Bad Santa’ meets ‘School of Rock’.
Screenwriter Christopher McQuarrie (‘The Usual Suspects’, ‘The Wolverine’) will reportedly be hired to write a live-action movie version of the ’70s anime ‘Star Blazers’.
Richard Kelly, director of ‘Donnie Darko’ is set to write and direct a contemporary thriller entitled ‘Corpus Christi, about a mentally unstable Iraq war veteran.
A heart-pounding new red-band trailer and poster have been released for ‘I Saw the Devil’, a new Korean thriller from director Ji-woon Kim (The Good, the Bad, the Weird).
Charlize Theron has officially joined the cast of Ridley Scott’s former ‘Alien’ prequel ‘Prometheus,’ while co-star Michael Fassbender talks about how much it’s linked to the original ‘Alien’ films.
Bill Nighy and Stanley Tucci have joined the cast of Bryan Singer’s ‘Jack the Giant Killer’, a new take on the ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ fairytale.
Brendan Gleeson, Sam Shepard, Robert Patrick and Liam Cunningham have joined ‘Safe House’, a thriller starring Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds.
‘The Fighter’ star Christian Bale may re-team with his ‘Machinist’ director Brad Anderson on a film called ‘Concrete Island’, an adaptation of the J.G. Ballard novel.
Paramount is finally moving forward with its planned new adaptation of Stephen King’s ‘Pet Sematary’.
Warner Bros. is teaming up with CBS Films to bring Stephen King’s epic post-apocalyptic novel ‘The Stand’ to the big screen. Can a movie do the original story justice?