The ‘Cloverfield’ filmmaker departs the project just one week after news broke that he was in negotiations to direct.
The Oscar winner said he didn’t want to take on both acting in the title role and directing of a film that carries a lot of fan expectations.
It will all come down to the script.
Third season will begin filming in January with a release date in late 2017.
New television series based on the Oscar-winning film will move to Chicago, and be a continuation of the Martin Scorsese film.
Deathstroke’s Joe Manganiello says critics shouldn’t judge the new Batman film, especially if they sell its director and co-writer short.
The Media Action Network for Asian Americans is blasting ‘Doctor Strange’ for its casting of British actress Tilda Swinton to play The Ancient One.
One of Boston’s favorite sons gets the specialty poster treatment.
If only Hollywood were more honest with their movie posters.
Anyone left with a bit of cliffhanger anxiety over last night’s Homeland finale is not likely to find solace for another year, however, we will have a bit of a reprieve in the coming days.
If negotiations work out, this will mark their fifth onscreen collaboration with one another.
Lincoln is in theaters now.
James is joined by the Entertainment Weekly Senior Writer and Oscar-watcher Anthony Breznican to talk about Oscar-season madness, intimidating interviews, the tyranny of swag, and more!
If writer/director Andrew Dominik were to categorize his last film as a piece of music, he would tell you it was a Leonard Cohen song. His latest, he has claimed… would be a “pop song”.
Anne Thompson, of IndieWire’s Thompson on Hollywood, joins host James Rocchi for a lively discussion of Argo, Cloud Atlas, the sale of Variety and what exactly the Oscars are good for.