I mean, remember that plan Fox has to apparently make a young Stan Lee action comedy movie? It’s not totally out of the realm of reality that at some point in the near future a Hollywood star will don the sunglasses and mustache of one of Marvel’s most iconic creative forces. But Lee himself already has ideas about…
Tom Wolfe’s landmark 1979 book The Right Stuff, famously turned into the 1983 film, is coming back thanks to Leonardo DiCaprio. His production company has just signed a deal to turn the book into a TV series on National Geographic.
It makes sense that 1990s cartoon Captain Planet would lure Leonardo DiCaprio into the superhero realm; after all, he’s an outspoken environmentalist. But Leo won’t star in this one—he’ll be producing—and, in keeping with the cheesy nostalgia factor of the original material, it won’t be a typical superhero movie.
Dear, dear friends, we gather together today to mourn the untimely disemboweling of Jeffrey Wells, film critic, rent asunder “like a wildebeest being surrounded and torn apart by hyenas or wild dogs” by the “P.C. Twitter goons.” Wells’ crime was to bravely tweet that women would be too scared to see a movie.
Joseph Kosinski, prepare to enter The Twilight Zone. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the Tron: Legacy and Oblivion director is in negotiations to direct the latest big-screen incarnation of The Twilight Zone, produced by Leonardo DiCaprio's Appian Way.
Leonardo DiCaprio's Appian Way production company has had a feature film adaptation of The Twilight Zone on the books for a while now, but its script hasn't been spaceship-shape. Now that the film has a new screenwriter, details are emerging about a trip through time and space.
America is getting ready to take one more trip back into the Twilight Zone. Warner Bros. is developing a Twilight Zone TV series from writer Joseph Rothenberg and producer Leonardo DiCaprio.
While it's no A Capella Inception , we're loving this new trailer that turns Christopher Nolan's film into an old-timey thriller. Even the BRAAAAM fog horns sound vintage. Check it out.
Brad Pitt wrestled the movie rights to Max Brooks' World War Z away from Leonardo DiCaprio's production company back in 2007, but the project has been on a slow burn ever since. But now, Pitt himself will be starring in the film, which should be enough to get it fast-tracked. Here's hoping! [MTV, thanks Bo]
Christopher Nolan's next film, Inception, remains a beguiling mystery. But one thing's for certain: The visuals will be stunning. This new IMAX TV spot proves it, and there are more videos taking you behind the scenes and inside the dreams.
Check out this new Entertainment Tonight segment in which Dark Knight director Chris Nolan analyses Leonardo DiCaprio's complicated character and describes the shooting process for Inception, which included filming in six countries.
Christopher Nolan rocked our brains with The Dark Knight, and it looks like he'll do it again with his new film, Inception. Dozens of high-res stills and poster images just went online, giving us our best look at this film.
Now that we know the official synopsis to Christopher Nolan's Inception, this gorgeous new trailer makes a whole hell of a lot more sense. Listen to Leonardo DiCaprio explanations of how he's an expert in mind crimes.
For too long, we've been speculating wildly about Leonardo DiCaprio's high-tech thief character in Chris Nolan's Inception. But now the very long, and very official, synopsis is out. And all our questions are getting answered!
Your computer screen isn't big enough to do justice to the massive images the Hubble Space Telescope has been sending back. So check out the new film Hubble 3-D, with exclusive Imax spacewalk footage. We've got some high-res images below.
Watch Leo DiCaprio become the Morphius to his assistant, Ellen Page's Neo, as he and his well dressed team of brain-busters attempt to rob your mind. The latest Christopher Nolan Inception trailer is out.