Imagine a dystopian world where single people—like Colin Farrell’s recently divorced architect—are forced to find a new mate in just 45 days. If they don’t, they suffer the fate of being turned into an animal (bright side: they get to choose the animal!) That’s the premise of The Lobster, which looks absolutely nuts.
Colin Farrell and Rachel Weisz have signed on to star in The Lobster, an "unconventional love story" set in a dystopian future where "finding a partner is a matter of life or death." So... does the government kill anyone who's not married by age 30? Update: There's another synopsis!
Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz have a problem: Their house is haunted, or the murderer from I Know What You Did Last Summer wants to kill them. We're not sure. Either way these clips from the horror flick Dream House are trying their damndest to be scary. So, are they?
When a "haunted house" movie stars Daniel Craig, Rachel Weisz, and Naomi Watts and is directed by My Left Foot's Jim Sheridan, you can expect more than just your standard old horror movie. But exactly what is going on here?
More big name casting rumors are surfacing about Chris Nolan's third Batman film, The Dark Knight Rises. So who does Nolan have his eye on for Batman's next romantic interest, and a possible female villain? Here's the list.
Jennifer's Body director Karyn Kusama is subjecting our favorite long-lashed librarian, Rachel Weisz, to Cronenberg-inspired body horror in her next potential film project. In an exclusive interview with Kusama we talked gore, blood, guts, and future horror projects.
Holy sexiest woman in the world rumored to be the next slinky-outfitted, possibly lick-kissing Gotham villain. I'll file this away under "in your hottest of dreams." Get ready for the next bat-rumor.