I guess Adventures in Babysitting, Home Alone, and Mrs. Doubtfire will carry director Chris Columbus forever (the Harry Potter movies don’t count; they were successful because they were Harry Potter). Despite having almost three times as many flops as hits, Columbus continues to get work. He’s attached to direct a remake of the Korean comedy Hello Ghost and now Deadline reports that he’s in talks for the action comedy The Secret Lives of Road Crews. The story is “about a clandestine group of road crew workers who are the last line of defense against a subterranean alien race.” I expect and demand plenty of traffic cone-based humor.
Kevin Lund and T.J. Scott wrote the original script, Craig Mazin (The Hangover Part II) did a rewrite and now the script is out again to writers for a new rewrite. To the writer that gets the gig, remember: that “Stop/Slow” is comedy gold.
Sean Connery is surely thrilled.
Anton Yelchin, Alexandra Daddario and Ashley Green star in the horror master's latest.
Edgar Ramirez and Luke Bracey fill the roles previously played by Keanu Reeves and Patrick Swayze.
Amma Asante will direct the true story of royal family member Seretse Khama, who came under fire when he married a white woman in 1949.
Plus the posters for Woody Allen’s ‘Irrational Man’ and the patriot dog movie, ‘Max’.
Johnson, Alexandra Daddario, Paul Giamatti, and more spill the beans about their new film, Spielberg influences, and more.
Matt and Adam talk about the film's themes, flaws, goals, post-production, and how the movie relates to the careers of director Brad Bird and co-writer Damon Lindelof.
"Manic Pixie Dream Girl" aside, it's time to reconsider Crowe's much-maligned 'Vanilla Sky' follow-up.
Writer/director Marielle Heller's feature debut tackles the tricky subject matter of the female sexual awakening.
The mutant has a strong connection to Oscar Isaac's villainous Apocalypse.