Next week sees the release of Cloud Atlas, the movie version of one of the most famously unfilmable books of all time. But Cloud Atlas isn't the first supposedly unfilmable book to make it to the screen. There have been several classic novels that everybody thought couldn't be captured on film — until somebody did it.…
Holy cow, the first ever footage from Stephenie Meyer's latest book adaptation The Host is drowning in angsty teen romance. Watch as an collection of attractive teens run through tunnels while dealing with their alien possessed friend played by Saoirse Ronan (who plays "Wanda" the alien stuck inside the teen…
Here it is: the first teaser trailer for The Host, the movie adaptation of Stephenie Meyer's non-Twilight novel. It's very much a teaser, which doesn't really contain any proper footage from the movie, but I like the creepy voiceover a lot.
It being Friday night and all, you should watch a movie blending all the right parts of action, horror, suspense and camp. But it need not be devoid of quality. The 2006 Korean monster flick The Host should serve you well.
The head of Marvel Studios debunks two of the biggest Avengers casting rumors, while an unexpected source promises the craziest cameo yet. Plus Man of Steel adds a vital character from Superman mythos, and there are more details on the new show from Doctor Who's Russell T. Davies.
The somewhat unexpected success of Rupert Wyatt's Rise of the Planet of the Apes means we'll see more of Andy Serkis's ape revolutionary, Caesar. But will the super-intelligent chimp try to make peace with humanity, or continue his rebellion?
Cobie Smulders reveals a seemingly unexpected detail about her Avengers character. Matt Smith talks the Doctor Who Christmas special. After Earth and The Host make some awesome casting additions. Plus why The Darkest Hour isn't your average alien invasion movie.
Batman takes to the skies in new Dark Knight Rises photos. Tarsem Singh talks up his kinder, gentler Snow White movie. Casting details are revealed for the 300 sequel. Plus John Barrowman reveals his dreams of a Doctor Who movie!
Aaron Eckhart's post-apocalyptic Frankenstein movie chooses a location. Director Bill Condon says something shocking about Breaking Dawn's special effects. Army reservists reveal secrets of being an Avengers extra. Plus showrunner Jeff Pinkner explains why Peter had to disappear on Fringe!
Henry Cavill discusses how Immortals prepared him for Superman. James Mangold drops some more Wolverine story hints. Familiar actors are spotted on the Hobbit set. And is Scarlett Johansson's alien sex movie Under the Skin really an alien sex movie?
Joe Johnston explains how they turned Chris Evans into a 90-pound weakling for Captain America, while Kevin Feige explains the movie's earnest tone. Guillermo del Toro discusses the half-dozen projects he's working on, including what's next for Mountains of Madness.
There's a new photo of Ian McKellen as Gandalf... and it's rather unusual. There are tons of clues for J.J. Abrams' Super 8. And photos and details for Torchwood: Miracle Day. Plus find out what shows NBC won't be airing.
Four new Green Lantern promos remind us that there are some actual humans in the movie. Plus casting updates for the Fantastic Voyage remake, the adaptation of Stephanie Meyer's non-Twilight book The Host, and Oz the Great and Powerful!
When people list the best science fiction movies of all time, they usually include mostly English-language films. But what about the great films in other languages? Thorin Klosowski lists his ten favorite non-English-language science fiction films. What are your favorites?
Is Black Widow getting a spin-off movie? Is Vanessa Hudgens joining Spider-Man? Discover Captain America's supporting characters! There's a The Host casting call and an Inception pic, plus Cameron talks Battle Angel. Plus Fanastic Voyage, Transformers, Ghost Rider and Lost.
Last year, thought-provoking independent film District 9 swept the box office and blasted its way into the Oscars. Was this a fluke, or could it happen again? Here are eight new science-fiction underdogs that could be the next sleeper hit.