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April 28, 2008

RT Interview: Jon Favreau on Iron Man, Effective CGI and the New Marvel Movies Opens in new window

The actor and director tells RT how to deliver the ultimate fanboy superhero movie, what to expect from Iron Man future and why listening to the online fans is important. More...

May 9, 2007

Jessica Biel: "Street Fighter"? Opens in new window

Remember that pretty rotten Jean Claude Van Damme movie that was based on a video game called "Street Fighter"? Well, you can bet the producers of the new version wish you'd forgotten. More...

January 10, 2007

New Writers (& Director) for "The Mummy 3" Opens in new window

Yep, looks like Universal is finally about to get off its butt and make a third "Mummy" movie. Though not signed yet, Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz are expected to return. And wait till you see who they got to writer and direct the sequel! More...

November 22, 2006

Rob Cohen Will Bring Bruce Lee Back to Life Opens in new window

A few months ago we learned that director Rob Cohen was working on a movie ("Rage and Fury") that would "feature" Bruce Lee in some fashion or another. And since Mr. Lee has been deceased for quite some time, a lot of us were curious to see what "feature" actually meant. And now we know. More...

September 29, 2006

The Weekly Ketchup: Keith Richards's "Pirates of the Caribbean" Antics, Hermione's "Harry Potter" Doubts, Stallone Speculation, And More! Opens in new window

In this week's Ketchup, Keith Richards is living up to everyone's expectations on the set of the third "Pirates" installment, Emma Watson is experiencing growing pains with "Harry Potter," and the Nolan brothers talk about "The Dark Knight." More...

July 27, 2006

Box Office Preview: Miami Vice Turns Up B.O. Heat Opens in new window

With cops, drug dealers, and lots of bullets flying, the action film Miami Vice hits theaters across North America this weekend with its aim squarely on the number one spot. Young kids, meanwhile, will be offered another animated film in the form of The Ant Bully while teens get a new high school comedy in John Tucker Must Die. The overall box office should continue to be much healthier than last year as the Jack Sparrow-dominated month of July comes to a close. More...

May 16, 2006

Michael Bay Buys His Very Own FX Company Opens in new window

Michael Bay already owns his own production company (Platinum Dunes), so obviously he has to own his own FX house! This explains why the "Transformers" director and a partner dropped what must have been a LOT of cash to purchase well-regarded FX company Digital Domain. More...

April 5, 2006

Breaking News: Movies Not Screened For Critics Aren't Very Good Opens in new window

After some furious debate over David Germain's discussion of films "not screened for critics," RT takes a look at the Tomatometers and respective B.O. performances of the flicks withheld from critics so far this year. More...

January 12, 2006

Critical Consensus: A Regal "Holiday," A Well-Trodden "Road," A Tepid "Tristan" Opens in new window

This week at the movies brings us films about a risk-averse woman cutting loose ("Last Holiday"), a groundbreaking underdog basketball team ("Glory Road"), and an ancient folktale of grand passion ("Tristan & Isolde"). What do the critics have to say? More...

November 15, 2005

Stealth Stunk, Sony Struggles, Sinbad Squashed Opens in new window

John Horn of the LA Times delivers an interesting article on the sad state of affairs over at Sony Pictures. Seems that, aside from "Hitch," none of Sony's releases have found an overly receptive audience this year. (For those keeping score, Sony's 2005 releases include "Stealth," "xXx: State of the Union," "Lords of Dogtown," "Bewitched," and that "Deuce Bigalow" sequel.) Also, it seems that "Fun With Dick & Jane" is a merciless money-pit, and that alleged "Sinbad" movie starring Keanu Reeves and "Stealth" director Rob Cohen? Yeah, that project's dead now. More...

October 6, 2005

Summer Tomatometer Wrap-up #4: The Worst of the Summer Opens in new window

Over the past few days, we've tried to counter the common misconception that this summer's cinematic fare was bereft of quality. However, that doesn't mean the season was without some stinkers, at least critically speaking. More...

August 1, 2005

"Wedding" Boys Crash the #1 Spot -- in Their Third Weekend! Opens in new window

For the first time in several years, a wide release has jumped into the #1 box office spot after spending two weeks among the top five, and that movie is "Wedding Crashers." More...

July 28, 2005

RT Critical Consensus: "Sky High" Soars, "Stealth" Crashes, and Diane Lane and John Cusack Go Dateless Opens in new window

The willing suspension of disbelief is often essential to the moviegoing experience. This week's wide releases provide no such relief. We will be asked to believe that a fighter plane develops its own intelligence (and downloads mp3s -- most likely by such bands as Jet and U2). We will be asked to believe any kid with superpowers would have a rough time in high school. And -- perhaps the greatest stretch -- we are asked to believe that there would be a moment in history in which both Diane Lane and John Cusack would be dateless. Which films do the critics believe you should see? More...

July 25, 2005

"Chocolate" Remains Sweet at the Box Office Opens in new window

Fending off a handful of newcomers this past weekend was "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," and the family-friendly confection proved to have some serious staying power at the box office. The Tim Burton/Johnny Depp collaboration pulled in an estimated $28.3 million in its sophomore session, thereby snagging the #1 spot for two consecutive weekends. More...

July 11, 2005

Pogue Pens Remake of a French Fright Flick Opens in new window

Screenwriter John Pogue has sold his pitch for a remake of the 2002 French horror film "Malefique" to Paramount, says Variety. Producer Neal Moritz ("Stealth") will be overseeing the project. Based on a somewhat obscure original film, "Malefique" is about... More...

June 24, 2005

Get Comfy and Settle Down with "Elizabethtown" Opens in new window

Click here to enjoy a long and lovely sneak peek of "Elizabethtown," which is the new film by writer/director Cameron Crowe. Starring Orlando Bloom ("The Lord of the Rings"), Kirsten Dunst ("Spider-Man"), Susan Sarandon ("Bull Durham"), Alec Baldwin ("The Cooler"), Judy Greer ("Cursed"), and Jessica Biel ("Stealth"), "Elizabethtown" tells the story of an outrageous memorial for a Southern patriarch, in which an unexpected romance blooms between a young woman and man. More...

May 19, 2005

Trailer Bulletin: Stealth Opens in new window

Yahoo! Movies brings us the all-new trailer for the upcoming action thriller "Stealth." From director Rob Cohen ("The Fast and the Furious," "xXx") comes the tale of a computerized mega-jet that gets zapped by lightning and starts blowing up stuff it's not supposed to. Our heroes come in the form of three elite naval pilots, as played by Josh Lucas ("The Hulk"), Jamie Foxx ("Collateral"), and Jessica Biel ("The Texas Chainsaw Massacre"). More...

April 13, 2005

Rob Cohen Delivers Some "Sinbad" Details Opens in new window

Rob Cohen talks about his upcoming "The 8th Voyage of Sinbad" in the current issue of Entertainment Weekly, and ComingSoon.net shares the relevant information with those of us who rely on the internet for our movie news. As reported earlier, Keanu Reeves will be stepping into the role of Sinbad, and director Rob Cohen ("XXX," "Stealth") has enlisted the assistance of legendary FX guru Ray Harryhausen, who will join the production is a creative consultant. More...

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