Footloose 2011 poster
Oh look, just what pop culture needed: another remake of an '80s movie. At least the forthcoming Footloose is set in modern day. The plot, as outlined by this trailer, seems similar enough (oppressive small town attempts to ban dancing, but can't keep the twinkle-toed teens down for long!) to Herbert Ross' 1984 original...
Lost's Evangeline Lilly has joined The Hobbit.
"Evangeline Lilly will be playing a new character—the Woodland Elf, Tauriel," director Peter Jackson announced on Facebook. "Her name means 'daughter of Mirkwood' and, beyond that, we must leave you guessing! (No, there is no romantic connection to Legolas.) What is not a secret is how talented and compelling an actress Evangeline is; we are thrilled and excited she will be the one to bring our first true Sylvan Elf to life."
For a long time, it was five. Then, it was 10. Now, it'll be somewhere in between.
Two years after doubling the Best Picture category from five to 10 nominations, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is shaking things up once again. For the 2011 Oscars, between five and 10 films will be nominated, depending on the votes they receive in the preliminary nominations round...
What happens when four college kids are stuck in their car after an avalanche hits? "The Truth Below is about the emotional unraveling of these four kids who become vulnerable and have no choice but to shed a bunch of layers," star Gillian Zinser tells TVGuide.com.
The MTV film follows Jenna (Zinser), Ethan (Reid Ewing), Dante (Nick Thurston) and Liam (Ricky Mabe), who go on a snowboarding trip during spring break. After an avalanche hits, leaving them trapped, the movie takes a psychological turn that Zinser says "examines the themes of truth, the relationship between truth and fear, and all the consequences of living dishonestly."
X-Men: First Class
X-Men: First Class won the top spot at the box office in its first weekend, according to Box Office Mojo.
It grossed an estimated $56 million, higher than the first X-Men film released in 2000 ($54.5 million), but notably lower than...