Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger are bringing their upcoming film, 'Escape Plan,' to Comic-Con and it's going to wind up being one of the hottest tickets all weekend. But, we've got good news for you. You can beat the lines and snag yourself a reserved seat so you can bump shoulders with Arnold and Sly and be the first to see 'Escape Plan'!
'Spring Breakers' can now be yours foreverrrrr as the film hits DVD and Blu-ray starting today. The disc includes a host of bonus features including a three-part documentary on the making of the film, an audio commentary with writer/director Harmony Korine and a host of deleted scenes.
Speaking of those deleted scenes, today we have an exclusive for you. 'Spring Breakers' stars Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Benson, Selena Gomez and Rachel Korine are here talking about their favorite scene that didn't make it into the movie; that time they made this poor guy drop his pants on camera.
Keep reading about the new gaming systems coming out this fall? Worried you won’t be able to get one in time for the holidays? Well, we've got you covered with our Xbox One Console contest giveaway!
Are you excited for 'Man of Steel'? You should be, because it could've been Ashton Kutcher in those red and blue tights.
Before you go see Henry Cavill try his hand at playing the son of Jor-El, look at all the other dudes who were almost Superman. Some of them are quite troubling, like the aforementio
From modernized settings to cartoons to musicals, producers keep thinking of fresh ways to shake up the works of William Shakespeare and make his immortal lines and characters accessible for the contemporary arena.
Much like that time our step-brother brought up Cutco knives at Thanksgiving dinner, sometimes we get the feeling movies are trying to sell us stuff. Other times, we know movies are trying to sell us stuff, and it is so very, very awkward.
For some of us, movie dads are more like dads to us than our "real" dads. So messing with them is very delicate terrain. Finding out that, say, Warren Beatty was almost Mrs. Doubtfire is like telling us all those Christmas presents from "Dad" were really from Mom -- it's a truth we almost can't handle