Disney has staked its claim in the first two filmgoing seasons of 2012, with 3D tentpoles now set to anchor spring and summer. When Tim Burton first revealed he would adapt his 1984 live-action short Frankenweenie — in which a man resurrects his dog from the dead — into a 3D stop-motion animation feature film, the director had a 2011 release in mind. However, Disney has officially slated Frankenweenie for release on March 9, 2012.
Fellow 3D flick John Carter of Mars will hit theaters just three months later on June 8, 2012. Pixar’s own Andrew Stanton (WALL·E) is the writer/director behind this adaptation of the first book in Edgar Rice Burroughs’ “Barsoom Series,” set on “the wounded planet of Mars, a world inhabited by warrior tribes and exotic desert beings.” Talor Kitsch, Willem Dafoe, Bryan Cranston, and Lynn Collins star.
The festival also includes the world premieres for ‘Beasts of No Nation’, ‘Spotlight’, and more.
The actor’s involvement in the upcoming superhero film has become tenuous.
Kenan is the director behind the recent 'Poltergeist' remake.
The actor remains open to returning to the MCU, but doesn’t have the studio's standard multi-picture deal.
John Krasinski and James Badge Dale lead the timely action thriller.
The actor will star opposite Gal Gadot in Patty Jenkins’ upcoming superhero movie.
The ‘Daredevil: Season One’ showrunner reveals what it was like working on the future of the ‘Transformers’ franchise.
The series rebounds by diving into Ethan Hunt’s personal life.
Starring Rupert Friend, Zachary Quinto, and Hannah Ware, 'Hitman: Agent 47' opens August 21st.
But the big question is, could Simon Pegg *really* beat Tom Cruise in a footrace?