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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 ...
Katie Holmes, Kevin Kline
Katie Holmes, Kevin Kline and Paul Dano have been tapped to join John C. Reilly in the new comedy The Extra Man.
Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini signed on to direct the movie based on Jonathan Ames' novel, and production is set to begin this February in New York, according to Variety. Springer Berman and Pulcini last directed The Nanny Diaries together.
In the film, Kline plays a failed playwright who works as a male escort for rich widows on the Upper East Side. Kline's character also forms a mentor-student relationship with a troubled, wannabe playwright (Dano). ...
Eliza Dushku's residence in Fox's Dollhouse isn't stopping her from stepping out for new projects.
The Joss Whedon muse is developing a biopic of late photographer Robert Mapplethorpe, E! News reports. Mapplethorpe, who died in 1989 of complications from AIDS, was the subject of national controversy because of his homoerotic work.
Itchy journalists watching Rob Thomas present his Cupid remake had to ask: Is there going to be a Veronica Mars movie? Get the answer after the jump...
Joshua Jackson and Anna Torv, Fringe
"We've survived," J.J. Abrams noted as TVGuide.com reconnected with the Fringe executive producer at Fox's winter TCA soiree. (We had last touched base with him at the summer edition of the semi-annual press event.) "What I love is that Fox has been incredibly supportive."
Out of the gate, Fringe built a sizeable following and garnered strong enough numbers to secure a quick back-nine pick-up. When the series returns this Tuesday, Abrams promises immense satisfaction for ...
The long-awaited Arrested Development movie is happening — but it's currently arrested in development by one of its own.
Michael Cera, aka George Michael Bluth, is the sole cast member who has yet to sign on to the big-screen feature, E! Online reports.
"I know he's thinking about it," Jason Bateman said while promoting his new animated Fox series, Sit Down, Shut Up (premieres April 19 at 8:30 pm/ET). "And we're all awaiting some finality to all of that so ...
Count Chris Pine among those who simply cannot wait for J.J. Abrams' take on a Star Trek origins film to hit theaters. "I'm about as patient as an 8-year-old on Christmas Day," Pine, who plays a young Captain James T. Kirk in the film, tells TVGuide.com.
See what else Pine has to say about the eventual blockbuster, after the jump.
Heath Ledger in The Dark Knight
A-listers reigned supreme at the 35th Annual People's Choice Awards Wednesday night at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
The Dark Knight continued to make an impact this award season by nabbing five trophies, including Favorite Movie and Favorite Action Movie. Batman himself, Christian Bale, was named Favorite Superhero and was also recognized, along with the late Heath Ledger, in the Favorite On-Screen Match-up category.
Also awarded in the film categories were Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, who were missing in action from the ceremony. Pitt was named Favorite Leading Man, while Jolie was voted Favorite Female Action star.
Will Smith was a double winner, nabbing Favorite Male Movie Star and Favorite Male Action Star, while Reese Witherspoon was named Favorite Female Movie Star.
Ellen DeGeneres presented the first award of the night, filling in for Kate Hudson whom, she said, was stuck in traffic and "40 minutes away." DeGeneres quipped, "That's no way to sell a movie." Later, DeGeneres...