Articles by Ross Miller
Sony Pictures Animation (The Smurfs) is making a new untitled animated film with the writer of ‘Finding Nemo’ and the animator of ‘The Iron Giant’.
Director Duncan Jones will not re-team with his ‘Moon’ composer Clint Mansell for ‘Source Code’ due to scheduling conflicts. Find out who the replacement composer is.
Nicolas Cage is set to re-team with director Simon West (Con Air) for action-thriller ‘Medallion’, about a former thief who has only a few hours to find his kidnapped daughter.
TV series of both ‘The Transporter’ franchise and the Liam Neeson thriller ‘Taken’ are reportedly in the works. Are either of them suited to being on the small screen?
A new trailer has hit the web for ‘The Rite’, an upcoming supernatural thriller starring Anthony Hopkins, which is about an exorcism school at the Vatican.
The ‘Spider-Man’ reboot continues to add cast members, as the roles of Dr. Curt Connors’ son and high school bully Flash Thompson have been been cast.
Ridley Scott’s upcoming ‘Alien’ prequel is reportedly right on schedule and not only has a new title but a couple of pretty big name actors possibly joining the cast.
The cast of Peter Jackson’s two-part adaptation of ‘The Hobbit’ has grown considerably with seven new actors joining the project, the most notable addition being actress Cate Blanchett.
The season one finale of HBO’s latest crime saga, ‘Boardwalk Empire’, has aired. Read our review of the finale and jump in with your thoughts on the series’ first season.
Before she moves onto her South American drug cartel film ‘Triple Frontier’, Kathryn Bigelow is reportedly doing a fact-based film about a military black ops unit.
Sony is set to make a new contemporary version of ‘Frankenstein’. Will this version bring the character to life in new and interesting ways or simply die on its feet?
Warner Bros. has released a preview of its upcoming 2011 slate and included are images from ‘Sherlock Holmes 2′, ‘The Hangover 2′, ‘Sucker Punch’, ‘Deathly Hallows: Part 2′ and more.
After being rumored to play ‘The Crow’, actor Mark Wahlberg has confirmed he won’t be headlining the upcoming franchise reboot.