ScreenCrush wraps up the latest in movies and TV you might have missed. Today, watch Universal's touching tribute to Paul Walker, check out Christian Bale and Amy Adams in an 'American Hustle' clip, and more.
It's a wrap, folks! 'Transformers 4' (officially titled 'Transformers: Age of Extinction') has finished production, director Michael Bay announced today. So when will we be getting our first trailer? Like anything as grandiose as live-action dinobots, Bay needs a big stage, so the 2014 Super Bowl is perfect.
Every year there are dozens of other films that you haven't heard of that are just as great -- films that fly under the radar because they didn't have the kind of studio money for distribution that someone like Martin Scorsese has.
'Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones' doesn't open in theaters until 2014, but next Friday (Friday the 13th, no less), Paramount Pictures is hosting 13 early screenings of the film nationwide. We have been chosen to host the screening in Dallas, TX and you can get your VIP seats right here!
Just when you thought we were done with the 'Chronicles of Narnia' film series -- you know, because the third installment came out more than five years ago -- The C.S. Lewis Company announces development on a 'Chronicles of Narnia 4.' Although interest has now diverted to more fruitful franchises, can the recent addition of 'Life of Pi' writer David Magee turn things around?
The day has come -- the trailer for 'Nurse 3D,' the totally bonkers movie starring Paz de la Huerta as a sexy, psychotic, bloodthirsty nurse has finally arrived and now we know what all those weird concept posters are all about ... and you know what? It's even more baffling than we could have thought. De la Huerta, formerly of HBO's 'Boardwalk Empire,' stars with Katrina Bowden (whom you know best as the ditzy Cerie of '30 Rock) in this riff on 'Single White Female,' but, you know, with nurses.
'To Die For,' released in 1995, starred Nicole Kidman as a fame-hungry and ruthless local weather girl who hires three dopey teenagers from a high school to murder her husband. The dark comedy was based in part on a true story and told in mockumentary style, and it helped launch the careers of Joaquin Phoenix and Casey Affleck. Now, 18 years later, we take a look back at the cast of the film and see what they're up to these days.