One of the world's greatest childhood memories is coming to life next year in an action filled animation called "The LEGO Movie." "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs" directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller are teaming up again for another charming animation that's perfect for the whole family.
The film unites some of the world's greatest heroes in a quest to save the world from mass destruction.
After many roadblocks, things are finally going right for Lloyd and Harry. Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels are confirmed to reunite for the long-awaited Dumb and Dumber sequel, "Dumber and Dumber To." Just over one week after New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. dropped the comedy, Universal Pictures and Red Granite Pictures have come aboard to revive the project.
Peter and Bobby Farrelly will return to direct the sequel. The sibling duo wrote on Twitter:
Depending on where your opinion of "Man of Steel" lies, you may have spent the past week singing the praises of Zack Snyder for being the director to finally get Superman right. His take on the last son of Krypton is certainly worth discussing, but another one of his movies, his first, deserves a second look this week for an entirely unrelated reason.
In light of Brad Pitt's "World War Z" hitting screens this week, it's worth remembering that Snyder's 2004 remake of "Dawn of the Dead" is the best modern zombie movie.
The latest trailer for "Anchorman: The Legend Continues" finally gives us a look at footage from the sequel, and just about all we can say is "Super duper!"
We're also getting our first taste of the continuing story of the Channel 4 News Teams. Ron, Brick, Champ, and Brian are getting back together to form a 24-hour news network. Also, it's the 80s. So there's that too.
For a sequel whose original is held in such high regard, especially within the fraternities on college campuses, "Anchorman: The Legend Continues" certainly looks like it's living up to the high expectations.
We're going to have to wait a while, though, until we get to see the whole thing. "Anchorman: The Legend Continues" hits theaters on December 20.
Whether you like it or not, it looks like a sequel to "Prometheus" is coming our way. At least, that's what a new article from Variety suggests.
Word of Fox and the producers' intention to quickly follow-up the $400 worldwide hit spread just months after the original film debuted, with THR naming 2014 or 2015 as potential targets.
Even though those date now seem unrealistic considering how long it takes a project like "Prometheus" to get going, there is progress. Variety is reporting that Jack Palgen, who wrote "Dark Knight" cinematographer Wally Pfister's directorial debut, "Transcendence," which stars Johnny Depp, has been hired to write the script.
Any movie that features vampires and wants to be taken seriously, as a rule, will face comparisons to the throngs of blooding sucking fiction and films that came in the wake of "Twilight."
For Gemma Arterton, whose new movie "Byzantium" is about a vampire mother-daughter duo from acclaimed director Neil Jordan, there are perks and drawbacks to belonging to that trendy club, as she explained to MTV News' Josh Horowitz during a recent visit to the newsroom.
"Actually, it's kind of a double-edged sword because they're marketing it as a vampire movie because there is a market for that," Arterton said. "It's much more human in a way. It's actually about mother and daughter and what it's like to be 200 years-old with your mother or daughter. It's much more of a traditional vampire story in many senses."
Ever since "Veronica Mars" took to Kickstarter to get their movie going, there has been a very loud and confusing debate (mostly over Twitter) about whether all of this was okay. It only got worse with Zach Braff, who was a polarizing figure even before he decided to make his movie "his way," so it might interest those who aren't utterly exhausted by the conversation that an even more controversial figure has thrown his many hats into the ring.
James Franco just kicked off an indiegogo campaign to bring the three short stories featured in his first book, "Palo Alto," to the big screen. The actor has hand selected three of his favorite NYU filmmakers to each take on one of the stories. Franco put in money himself, but he needs an additional $500,000 to completely fund the project.
But before you start trying to fit your screed about how wrong this is into 140 characters, you might want to read the next part.
Disney Animation has seen somewhat of a return to form after finding massive success with "Tangled" and "Wreck-It Ralph" (and without having to slap a Pixar logo in front of the movie). Now the studio is once again going back to the fairy tale well for their latest effort, the icy adventure "Frozen," starring Kristen Bell, Josh Gad, and Idina Menzel.
"Frozen" tells the story of two sisters. Anna (Bell) must find her sister Elsa (Menzel) in order to free the world from an eternal winter.
Anna is joined on her journey by a snowman, that you can see in the preview below, and a man named Kristoff, played by "Glee's" Jonathan Groff.
Check out the teaser for Disney's "Frozen" after the jump!