Blast the horns, the victors of the 74th annual Hunger Games will be taking the 2013 MTV Movie Awards by storm. That's because the very first trailer for "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" will debut at the award show on April 14 at 9 p.m. ET / 8 p.m. CT.
As you can see in the sneak preview above, Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) and Peeta (Josh Hutcherson) are now on their Victory Tour, after the gaming the system in their kill-or-be-killed tournament and emerging as the dual champions.
But the only way to be the first to see the entire trailer will be to tune into the 2013 MTV Movie Awards hosted by Rebel Wilson
Will Jennifer Lawrence get her silver lining in the form of a Golden Popcorn? Which beefcake will sizzle in our brand-new Best Shirtless Performance category? It's up to you to decide the winners of the 2013 MTV Movie Awards! Vote now, and tune in Sunday, April 14, at 9 p.m. ET, as star Rebel Wilson takes the stage at the Sony Pictures Studios lot in Culver City, California.
"Finding Nemo 2" finally has an official — and telling — name: "Finding Dory." Walt Disney Pictures announced the detail about the long-anticipated sequel, which takes place a year after the events of "Finding Nemo."
"I have waited for this day for a long, long, long, long, long, long time," Ellen DeGeneres said in a press release. "I'm not mad it took this long. I know the people at Pixar were busy creating 'Toy Story 16.' But the time they took was worth it. The script is fantastic. And it has everything I loved about the first one: It's got a lot of heart, it's really funny, and the best part is — it's got a lot more Dory."
Peter Jackson either concocted a very elaborate April Fools' prank, or he accidentally revealed some pretty big movie news.
If you watched "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" sneak peek that was revealed yesterday, you might have noticed Jackson fumbling around a bit in his desk. The clever folks over at First Showing honed in on that moment and noticed quite the Easter egg: a script for "Star Wars: Episode VIII" with Jackson's name on it.
"Fast & Furious 6" might still be almost two months away from being released, but plans are already in the works for a follow-up. Star Vin Diesel took to his Facebook page to tease when the new movie will begin shooting.
"There was an early screening in LA this week of Fast 6. The crowd reaction was surreal… and their demand for the continuation was powerful… It’s remarkable to think I first embodied this character in 1999… and the evolution continues," he wrote, via /Film. "P.s. Filming begins this summer in LA, where it all started… talk about a studio in sync with the audience…"
George Lucas' original draft of the "Star Wars" screenplay has always been the stuff of legends. Facts like Luke Skywalker's original name (Starkiller) have peppered hardcore fan conversations for decades with only word-of-mouth to help spread the alternate universe version of the original "Star Wars."
But today, Dark Horse Comics announced that they are adapting that original draft from 1974 as an eight-issue comic series. The books will come from the pages of that rough screenplay, as adapted by writer J.W. Rinzler. The limited series will launch in September.
Click past the jump to read the full press release from Dark Horse.
Last week, Peter Jackson gave an exclusive sneak peek of "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" to the fans of "An Unexpected Journey" who bought the Blu-ray or DVD. During an hour-long livestream, Jackson answered some questions about the next movie, complete with behind-the-scenes footage from the film and two pieces of concept art.
Always one to please the fans, Jackson has posted a 6-minute segment of the livestream, ahead of an edited version of the whole thing going up over at the "Hobbit" official site sometime in the near future. What we get now is a look at the Q&A session, where you'll get looks at a few new characters including Evangeline Lilly as Tauriel, Luke Evans as Bard the Bowman, and Stephen Fry as the Master of Laketown.
We've taken a few screen grabs of the new stuff, plus a look at the concept art of Mirkwood forest. Check it all out after the jump!
Best known for playing two uncles, Uncle Vernon in the "Harry Potter" films and Uncle Monty in "Withnail & I," English actor Richard Griffiths has passed away at the age of 65 due to complications from heart surgery.
Daniel Radcliffe, Griffiths' on-screen nephew and "Equus" co-star, was among the first to release a statement.
"Richard was by my side during two of the most important moments of my career. In August 2000, before official production had even begun on Potter, we filmed a shot outside the Dursleys’, which was my first ever shot as Harry. I was nervous and he made me feel at ease. ‘Seven years later, we embarked on Equus together. It was my first time doing a play but, terrified as I was, his encouragement, tutelage and humor made it a joy."
Click past the jump to see some memorable scenes featuring Griffiths.
As with all of the Christopher Nolan's movies, information about his next project, the mysterious time travel adventure, "Interstellar," has slowly begun to leak out.
Deadline is reporting that the secretive director has offered the lead role of Cooper to Matthew McConaughey. The part, if accepted, would only cap off an incredible renaissance for the 43-year-old actor, who wowed audiences and critics in "Magic Mike," "Killer Joe," "Bernie," and the upcoming "Mud."
Rumors about a "Tomb Raider" reboot have been swirling, particularly since the video game franchise was resurrected by publishers Square Enix Ltd. to rave reviews, selling more than 3 million units worldwide since its release.
Now, MGM has acquired film rights to the video game series, and a new "Tomb Raider" is on the horizon. "We didn't want to see a film version that was a continuation of the old 'Tomb Raider' films," developer Crystal Dynamics' chief Darrell Gallagher said. MGM will work with GK Films ("The Departed," "Gangs of New York," "World War Z") to develop the actioner, aiming to emphasize a character-driven storyline with fun and epic adventures.
FX's "Fargo" TV series is now a reality. The network announced during its 2013 Upfront that it has ordered a 10-episode limited series based on the Coen brothers movie.
Joel and Ethan Coen are already on board with the project and will be executive producing it. "The Unusuals'" Noah Hawley is writing the series, while Warren Littlefield is executive producing as well. "Fargo" will premiere on FX in spring 2014.