While pretty much anything goes here in America when it comes to movies, the Chinese government is much more strict and they’ve demanded massive edits to “Cloud Atlas” before it hits theaters in the communist country.
Originally a 172-minute production, the newly-revised edition of the Halle Berry and Tom Hanks flick will now run 134 minutes, having lost both gay and straight love scenes.
After shrugging off the suggestion back in November, J.J. Abrams has just been announced as the director of "Star Wars: Episode VII."
Speaking about the possibility, the "Star Trek" director previously stated, " Look, Star Wars is one of my favorite movies of all time. I frankly feel that - I almost feel that, in a weird way, the opportunity for whomever it is to direct that movie, it comes with the burden of being that kind of iconic movie and series. I was never a big Star Trek fan growing up, so for me, working on 'Star Trek' didn't have any of that, you know, almost fatal sacrilege, and so, I am looking forward more than anyone to the next iterations of Star Wars, but I believe I will be going as a paying moviegoer!"
After finding success in their first collaboration, Joaquin Phoenix is in talks with Paul Thomas Anderson to star in his new film, "Inherent Vice."
Based on the Thomas Pynchon novel set in the 1960s, the story follows Doc Sportello whose ex-girlfriend shows up with a story about a plot to kidnap a billionaire land developer whom she just happens to be in love with.
Apple lovers rejoice! A brand new clip from Ashton Kutcher's latest film “jOBS” was released at the Sundance Film Festival this afternoon (January 24) and "Entertainment Tonight" kindly shared it on the web.
In the highly anticipated film, the 34-year-old actor portrays the late Steve Jobs during his astounding professional journey.