Linda Hamilton, Terminator 2: Judgment Day
Will Linda Hamilton be back for the upcoming Terminator flick?
"We are talking," Hamilton told MTV. "I haven't read it yet. I don't know what direction they will go in."
But the original Sarah Connor does know in what capacity she would be used. "My contribution would be ...
Katherine Heigl, Ashton Kutcher
Amid constant rumors that she's scrubbing out of Grey's Anatomy for a full-time movie career, Katherine Heigl has signed on to star opposite Ashton Kutcher in Five Killers.
The plot follows a young couple who fall in love while on vacation, according to Variety. Their blissful life is ransacked when they discover their neighbors may be assassins hired to kill them.
The thriller reunites Heigl with director Robert Luketic, who directed Heigl in the upcoming romantic comedy The Ugly Truth.
Filming is set to begin ...
Sean Penn, Frank Langella
Jason slashed his way to a box office record this weekend, but those cerebral and emotionally rich films vying for Oscars look as limp as one of his victims.
This year's best picture nominees have grossed $273.2 million at the domestic box office, down significantly from the $316.6 million raked in by last year's class, Variety reports.
What's worse, if you remove runaway hit Slumdog Millionaire's $88 million and the $122.5 million brought in by The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, the remaining films are among the lowest-grossing nominees in years. So far...
Fans of Dark Knight director Christopher Nolan, get ready to rejoice. Batfans in general, you may be crying in your cowl.
Nolan has inked a deal with Warner Bros. to direct Inception, based on his own screenplay, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The bad news? This development delays any hope for a Dark Knight follow-up for at least a couple years.
A sci-fi action film, Inception is "set within the architecture of the mind." Nolan plans to begin shooting this summer
Sex and the City
Strap on the Manolos and drown yourself in a sea of Cosmopolitans, because New York's most fashionable ladies will be back for more Sex on the big screen.
A sequel to Sex and the City: The Movie has been officially green-lit, the Associated Press reports, with all four stars — Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis — having signed on, along with writer-director Michael Patrick King. "I'm very excited to work with these amazing actresses again and would love to give everyone more information about the sequel ... but I'm busy with my Sex life," King said in a statement.
The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
It's only been a month since Disney bailed on co-financing the new Narnia movie, but new partner 20th Century Fox is ready to make the voyage with Walden Media's fantasy franchise.
Fox has made the commitment to develop The Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader. It hopes to shoot the film at the end of the summer, for a holiday 2010 release ...
We love it when a plan comes together.
Twentieth Century Fox's big-screen adaptation of NBC's The A-Team now includes director Joe Carnahan (Smokin' Aces) and producers Ridley and Tony Scott, Variety reports. Original series producers Jules Daly and Stephen J. Cannell are also on board for the film, with the studio eyeing a ...
Lara Croft is going on another big-screen adventure — but Angelina Jolie isn't coming along.
Warner Bros. and producer Dan Lin are planning a reboot of the Tomb Raider film series originated by Jolie, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The new franchise will revamp the Eidos video-game heroine, her mission and ...
Just days after your reigning American Idol, David Cook, unveiled his plan to tour U.S. college campuses, Season 7 runner-up David Archuleta has released his own concert series plans.
Archie's first solo tour will kick off Feb. 24 in ...