It’s no secret we’ve been pretty critical and dismissive of Disney’s seemingly non-stop need to remake every single one of their iconic animated films in live-action. And yet, with a single video, one of those upcoming remakes just got infinitely more exciting.
Reframing familiar literary characters is not a new idea; think The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Once Upon a Time, even Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. But Bill Condon’s Mr. Holmes, which stars Ian McKellen as an aging Sherlock, offers an unusually thoughtful take on the concept.
Looks like the animated-to-live-action Disney movie-making factory isn't going to close yet. After Alice in Wonderland, Maleficent, Cinderella and The Jungle Book comes a Beauty and the Beast live-action translation. But does this mean the servants will all be live-action talking utensils?
I realized it about a quarter of the way into Breaking Dawn, Part 2, the fifth and final movie in the Twilight movie saga. I was watching a porn flick. I don't mean that people were getting it on in improbable ways with even more improbable amounts of stamina. I mean the stilted dialogue whose entire purpose is to…
The movie version of the Twilight saga comes to an end tomorrow — with quite possibly the biggest vampire smackdown ever committed to film. We sat down with Jackson Rathbone, who plays Jasper, for an exclusive interview. Rathbone told us about the massive battle scene — and why Twilight's vampires are sort of like the…
This weekend, the final (we think) Twilight movie hits theaters, and then it's all over. Maybe you love Twilight as much as Mitt Romney, or maybe you're not crazy about it. But either way, you can't deny the huge impact that Twilight has had on pop culture.
This weekend, the first half of Twilight's final chapter, Breaking Dawn, hits theaters. We'll finally get to see Stephenie Meyer's most controversial scenes, as reimagined by acclaimed director Bill Condon. How on Earth does the director of Gods and Monsters and Kinsey tackle the famous "imprinting" scene?
Next year, the Hunger Games movie series begins and the Twilight movies end. It's sort of a passing of the tween torch, from vampire angst to post-apocalyptic deathmatches. And no doubt, Hunger Games will be hoping to capitalize on the Twilight audience.
Bill Condon is one of the greatest living directors, on the strength of Gods and Monsters, Kinsey and Dreamgirls. So why on Earth would he choose to film the ultra-weird conclusion to Stephenie Meyer's paranormal soap opera Twilight?
We got to see three new scenes from The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 — including naked Bella and Edward! And Jacob crossing the one line you never expected him to cross.
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.
The fourth chapter of Stephenie Meyer's werewolves v. vampires v. high school girls saga is hitting theaters late next year.
Sofia Coppola, Gus Van Sant, and Bill Condon are all rumored to have been approached by Summit to direct the last Twilight film. We're not really sure who should be more insulted, the directors or the source material.