After that fantastic teaser trailer, we’ve been patiently waiting for something, anything, in the way of information for the upcoming live-action musical version of Disney’ Beauty and the Beast. We finally have it.
And you cannot blame the guy. He has been asked about it a billion times, he said he had no problem returning, and now people think he’s pushing for a movie. So count him out.
Total Film asked a wide variety of actors and directors if they'd like to be involved in J.J. Abrams' upcoming Episode VII. As it turns out, yes, most actors would like to be part of a movie that will likely make $1 billion... except for Jason Statham, who is far too important to lower himself to Ewok-level.
We don't know what to do with Bryan Singers' Jack The Giant Slayer. It's shooting for fun and epic but landing somewhere in strangely silly. This longer trailer finally shows off the giant's land and the evil villain Stanley Tucci (flanked by a bunch of human remains). The best part is when the giants roll up Ewan…
"Choose life, choose a career..." blah blah blah, you don't have to do any of that tonight, just choose to watch this movie. Trainspotting is one of the best book-to-movie adaptations ever. Ev-er. The characters from Irvine Welsh's novel are brought to life with perfection.
What does it take for an uptight science geek to get the hot girl? Apparently, it's all about geo-engineering. Ladies love it when you terraform the Earth!
Paul Torday's Salmon Fishing in the Yemen was one of our favorite examples of a book that's secretly science fiction — about a fisheries scientist who undertakes the mad, ambitious project of introducing salmon to the Yemen. Including all of the bioengineering (and regular engineering) that goes into that.
He's a chef and she's a scientist — what starts out as a opposites-attract movie swiftly changes course as people all over the world fall victim to a disease which nullifies their sensory perceptions. The first sense to go is smell, then taste, then hearing...you get where we're going. And while the world goes mad,…
What happens when you meet your one true love right before the whole world falls apart? Ewan McGregor and Eva Green's mysterious new flick Perfect Sense, directed by David Mackenzie, is two parts love story, one part post-apocalyptic horror.
Salmon Fishing In The Yemen by Paul Today completely blew me away with its story of a scientist who's hired to introduce salmon into the wadi, so the Yemenis can go fly-fishing. Now it'll be a movie starring Ewan McGregor.
A new film, The Last Word, has cast Ewan McGregor as the lead. It's a romantic drama, in which he finds himself falling in love inside a city, that is slowly losing its sensory perception. Really limitless possibilities as to what they could do with this script, but it sounds like people are losing the ability to…