Snakes on a Plane director David Ellis is convinced that the best name for his forthcoming untitled 3D shark thriller is.... Untitled 3D Shark Thriller.
The horror film My Soul to Take arrives on Blu-ray and DVD Tuesday February 8th, and EM editor Ed Gross talked about the film with veteran writer/director Wes Craven.
Nominations for the 83rd Academy Awards were announced today (Tuesday, January 25) by Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences President Tom Sherak and 2009 Oscar® winner Mo'Nique.
Appearing at this year's edition of the Sundance Film Festival, director Kevin Smith was expected to auction the distribution rights to his $4 million horror thriller Red State. In usual Smith style, he had something else in mind.
20th Century Fox has issued its feature film release schedule for this year, and it should be noted that some films -- such as Rise of the Apes -- have been shifted from when audiences were originally expecting them.
Clint Eastwood, that Hollywood icon who refuses to slow down, will next be represented on screen as a director in Hereafter, and what follows is a trailer to the film.
Video retrospective of Last Airbender director M. Night Shyamalan.
UPDATE: With Percy Jackson being issued on Blu-ray and DVD, Earth's Mightiest is reposting this multi-part audio interview with director Chris Columbus, who discusses the film and other aspects of his career.
A quick video guide to some of the most anticipated movies of summer 2010.
Is William Shakespeare truly the author of his own works? That's the question that 2012 director Roland Emmerich explores in his next film, Anonymous.
When word came out that the long-gestating George Lucas dream project Red Tails would require some reshoots and that director Anthony Hemingway would not be helming them, the rumormongers went wild with stories that Lucas was commandeering the film. According to Entertainment Weekly reporter Nicole Sperling, that isn't exactly true.
Just before officially signing aboard, director Joe Johnston discussed "The First Avenger: Captain America" as well as his connection to the era that Cap represents - which is similar to how he feels about his earlier film, The Rocketeer.
Doc Savage, the Man of Bronze, is returning to the big screen for the first time since George Pal's efforts in the 1970s. This time his adventure is going to be helmed by Shane Black (who wrote the original Lethal Weapon, among others).
Apparently some directors can't get enough of certain mediums, which is why Losers director Sylvain Wait is still circling around Frank Miller's Ronin.
Bruce Willis has never been one to walk away from a screen fight, and it seems that he's really itching to get into it with Samuel L. Jackson in Unbreakable 2.
Motion capture animation is the big thing now, of course, with one of the pioneers being Steven Spielberg protege Robert Zemeckis. But now Spielberg himself has embraced the form with his next film (which is , Tintin