Everyone relax: The Giver movie is going to be in black and white after all. Bullet dodged.
The first reviews for Joseph Kosinski's Oblivion have not been promising, but this featurette hopes to lure you to the theater anyway. It offers a longer behind-the-scenes look at the movie's world both above the clouds and back on the damaged Earth.
If you've been looking for a relatively spoiler-light description of The Dark Knight Rises characters and their roles in the movie, this 13-minute featurette will whet your appetite for Christopher Nolan's final Bat-film. Beyond the triumvirate of Bruce Wayne, Selina Kyle, and Bane, this video revisits familiar…
Take an exclusive look inside Andrew Niccol's (The Truman Show, Gattaca) futuristic class warfare flick In Time — where time really is money. Meet Will (Justin Timberlake), a working stiff who wakes up every morning with 24 hours on his life clock. Plus Sylvia (Amanda Seyfried) a rich girl with plenty of time on her…
Prince Charming's been stabbed, Snow White's baby is stolen, and Jiminy Cricket is a therapist — these are the lives forced upon well-known fairytale characters from ABC's new series Once Upon A Time. Check out some never-before-seen footage, in a collection of character featurettes, and get to know the banished and…
This brand-new featurette for the final film in the Harry Potter franchise starts off with a tearjerker. It's the first ever screen test for Harry, Ron, and Hermione. Watch and weep, then check out some new footage!
This July, we'll all have to say goodbye to Harry Potter when "he-who-shall-not-be-named" fights "the-boy-who-lived" in one final magically epic wizard showdown. But until then, enjoy this first clip from The Deathly Hallows: Part 2.
Moon director Duncan Jones' Source Code is continually referenced as "Groundhog's Day with terrorists." But Jones says it's not true — and here's why. Minor spoilers ahead...
Frank Darabont's Walking Dead TV series veered away from Robert Kirkman's comic book source material, big-time. So will the group of post-apocalyptic survivors get back on track? Kirkman let some details slip about season two that have us very excited.
HBO has released an excellent featurette from their live action adaption of George R.R. Martin's Game Of Thrones — including our first snatches of dialogue. It also breaks down the kingdoms and takes you inside Westeros. Check it out!
The closer we get to Green Hornet's release date, the better the buzz gets. True, it's still being labeled it a hodgepodge mess, but most early viewers at least thought it was fun. Check out our round-up of early reviews.
You've seen our take on the 30 Most Disturbing Twilight Products and we've got one more for the pile. Unlike your immortal love, your money is disposable — so go blow it on an Edward Volvo.
Check out James Cameron's sick collection of futuristic human weaponry — and the Pandoran defense system: sharp pointy fangs! Lots of new human-centric footage in this new featurette. Plus, learn what Avatar has in common with The Core.
Lovely Bones director Peter Jackson takes us behind the scenes of his new movie, about the ghost of a murdered young girl caught between desiring vengeance and peace. How do you make a movie about something so terrible this beautiful?
The Where the Wild Things' trailer may have been declawed, but according to original author Maurice Sendak, the movie still has bite. In a new featurette, Sendak calls Spike Jonze's adaptation "dangerous," and promises it will stir controversy.
Check out the new set of Monsters Versus Aliens posters, stills and a featurette. And watch the evil genius Dr. Cockroach (Hugh Laurie) shock Reese Witherspoon's CG face (just like House!).
A new Watchmen featurette is out, with director Zack Snyder breaking down what's so interesting about Alan Moore's alternate universe where costumed adventurers mingle in politics. And it includes almost all the movie's vital scenes.
We've watched the trailers for Pixar's upcoming cute-bot movie Wall-E a zillion times, but we still had lingering questions. Like, why is Wall-E so alone at the start of the movie? What happened to all the other robots? Is Wall-E really as nice as he seems, or is there a hidden sociopathic side to the postapocalyptic…