Latest News on Disturbia

November 1, 2010

The Rear Window War Isn't Over

Despite a court verdict that seemed to lay everything to rest, the decades-long court battle over rights to the "Rear Window" story -- and its similarities to "Disturbia" -- is still going.More…

September 9, 2008

Disturbia Sparks Infringement Lawsuit

The strong similarities between "Rear Window" and "Disturbia" have prompted a lawsuit against DreamWorks.More…

May 6, 2008

2008 MTV Movie Award Nominations Announced

It's almost time to hand out some golden popcorn -- the nominations for the 2008 MTV Movie Awards have been announced!More…

March 4, 2008

Rush Hour 3 Takes '07 DVD Rental Crown

It may not have been quite the box-office phenomenon that its predecessors were -- and critics may have disliked it enough to keep it down at 20 percent on the Tomatometer -- but that didn't stop Rush Hour 3 from emerging as the top DVD rental of 2007.More…

January 30, 2008

Is Shia LaBeouf The Last Man?

Those of you who had "Shia LaBeouf walking around a post-plague landscape with a monkey" on the list of things you wanted to see before you died may soon have your dreams come true.More…

August 27, 2007

LaBeouf to Be Disturbia Director's Last Man?

Only a few short years ago, Shia LaBeouf was just another Disney Channel tween actor hoping to make the leap from a family sitcom to the big screen. These days, he's leading a master class in how to build a grown-up career, as evidenced by star turns in Disturbia and Transformers and his upcoming performance in Indiana Jones IV. Now, MTV Movies is reporting he could go from boy to man to the man.More…

June 27, 2007

"Disturbia" Team to Reunite for "Eagle Eye"

Shia LaBeouf and director DJ Caruso, fresh from their $80 million success on "Disturbia," will team up once again for the terrorist thriller "Eagle Eye."More…

June 17, 2007

Box Office Guru Wrapup: "Fantastic Four" Clobbers Box Office Foes

Fox scored its first number one hit in five months with "Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer" which grossed an estimated $57.4M on its opening weekend, tripling its nearest competitor's sales.More…

June 10, 2007

Box Office Guru Wrapup: "13" Hits #1 But With Worst "Ocean"'s Opening

Hollywood served up more of the same dishes and moviegoers said enough is enough and found their weekend entertainment elsewhere. The latest star-studded heist sequel "Ocean's Thirteen" managed to open at number one, but with the weakest debut of the franchise.More…

June 7, 2007

Has Fox Chosen a "Wolverine" Director?

According to one source, the studio has the "Wolverine" director's job down to a lead candidate ... and a backup choice.More…

May 20, 2007

Box Office Wrapup: Shrek Inherits Box Office Crown

Movie fans came out in droves this weekend to see their favorite green ogre's newest adventure as "Shrek the Third" easily captured the box office crown and broke the record for the biggest opening ever for an animated film.More…

May 13, 2007

Box Office Guru Wrapup: Spidey Rules, Fonda Flops

Peter Parker suffered a massive sophomore slide, but "Spider-Man 3" still dominated the box office around the globe spending a second weekend at number one with no other film coming anywhere near its stellar numbers.More…

May 6, 2007

Box Office Guru Wrapup: Spider-Man 3 Demolishes Records in Historic Debut

In the most lopsided box office victory in history, the hugely anticipated super sequel "Spider-Man 3" swung into theaters and monopolized the marketplace breaking the all-time records for both opening day and opening weekend in the process.More…

May 3, 2007

Box Office Guru Preview: Spidey Senses Tingling For a Record Opening Weekend

Will the friendly neighborhood webslinger reclaim the holy grail of the movie biz - the opening weekend box office record?More…

May 3, 2007

"Civic Duty's" Peter Krause Talks TV, Terrorism, And Paranoia

On HBO's "Six Feet Under," Peter Krause played Nate Fisher as an outwardly cool guy haunted by internal demons; in his new film, "Civic Duty," he plays a man overtaken by them.More…

April 29, 2007

Box Office Wrapup: "Disturbia" Threepeats Over Dead Weekend

Awaiting the arrival of their webslinging hero, North American audiences avoided the multiplexes and held onto their money rejecting the slate of new releases that Hollywood dumped into theaters. That allowed the hit suspense pic "Disturbia" to retain its number one position for the third consecutive weekend despite the fact that the overall box office tumbled to its worst showing of 2007.More…

April 26, 2007

Box Office Guru Preview: Just What Moviegoers Want, Another Nic Cage Action Flick

For the fourth consecutive weekend, four or more new wide releases will cram into multiplexes trying to get at their piece of a dwindling box office pie.More…

April 24, 2007

Shia Getting LeBuff for "Indiana Jones 4"

You know how that kid from "Holes" was cast in the next "Indiana Jones"? Well, you might not recognize him by the time the flick hits theaters next year.More…

April 22, 2007

Box Office Wrapup: New Films No Match For Scary Shia

In the battle of the single-word-titled thrillers, "Fracture" beat out "Vacancy" but neither could dislodge "Disturbia" from the number one spot this weeend. It was mostly a sluggish frame at the North American box office as the top ten slumped to its third worst level of 2007.More…

April 19, 2007

Box Office Guru Preview: "Vacancy" Hopes for Full Occupancy

Another week, another horror film. That's the mantra in Hollywood at the moment. Among the four new films going into wide release this weekend are Sony's terror tale "Vacancy" which represents the fourth scary flick in three weeks to hit the multiplexes.More…

April 15, 2007

Box Office Guru Wrapup: "Disturbia" Scares Up #1 Opening

Paramount replaced itself at the top of the North American box office chart as its new teen thriller "Disturbia" opened ahead of expectations in first place bumping the studio's two-week champ "Blades of Glory" into the runnerup spot.More…

April 12, 2007

Box Office Guru Preview: "Perfect Stranger" Heads A Crowded Field

This weekend Hollywood just doesn't know its limits. Six new releases will jam into an already crowded marketplace on Friday trying to connect with spring moviegoers.More…

April 12, 2007

Critical Consensus: "Hoax" Shines; Force Is With "ATHF"; "Disturbia" Mixed; "Pathfinder," "Stranger" Not Perfect; "Redline," Slow Burn" Not Screened

This week at the movies, we've got snoops ("Disturbia," starring Shia LaBeouf), temps ("Perfect Stranger," starring Halle Berry and Bruce Willis), Mooninites ("Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters"), and frauds ("The Hoax," starring Richard Gere). What do the critics have to say?More…

March 12, 2007

LaBeouf Says "Not so Fast" to "Indy 4"

It quickly went from intriguing rumor to (seemingly) certified fact, but as the latest IGN dispatch from SXSW reminds us, it's never smart to count your Shias before they LaBeouf -- according to the "Disturbia" star, reports that he has signed on to play Indiana Jones' son in next year's "Indiana Jones IV" are false: "It's nuts. It's like these rumors are spiraling out of control," proclaimed LaBeouf.More…

March 8, 2007

Shia LaBeouf Confirmed as "Indiana Jones" Junior

According to one of Slate Magazine's sources, it's a done deal: Shia LaBeouf IS on board to play the heroic archaeologist's son in "Indiana Jones 4."More…

February 20, 2007

Shia LaBeouf as Indiana Jones Jr.?

Let's just toss this particular piece of movie gossip into the "wait and see" pile to see how it turns out. According to a few sources, word is that Shia LaBeouf may be cast as the son of Indiana Jones in the next Indy flick.More…