Vin Diesel is an incredibly busy guy. He’s got The Last Witch Hunter coming out this month; a director just signed for Fast and Furious 8, and he’s long teased a return to the world of XXX, too. We recently spoke to Diesel about all those things and he offered up some new, exclusive, information.
I kind of totally forgot that the live-action G.I. Joe movies were a thing that were happening. And now it looks like Paramount is gearing up for a third go at this, with another new director.
Preacher, Garth Ennis' ultra violent comic about a Texas preacher who travels the US searching for God and only finds horror, junkie vampires, and insanity, is getting made into a movie by Disturbia's DJ Caruso. How is this possible?
Just how exactly will I Am Number Four bring the Twilight feeling to a story about an alien refugee? Six new clips from the film show just how Twi-cracky this film will get. Plus tons of Michael Bay-style explosions. Spoilers?
The more we see of this alien-adventure movie, the more we're starting to see the thumbprints from its producer, Michael Bay. Bikinis, beach babes, spinning angles - Hell, it's even got the "cool guys don't look at explosions" shot. Watch.
Let the teen alien battle begin! A new trailer for I Am Number Four, based on James Frey's novel, is out. And this time they're finally showing the alien superpowered carnage between sexy teen alien models and their genocidal oppressors!
We recently had the chance to talk with Eagle Eye director D.J. Caruso about what happened with his film adaptation of Y: The Last Man. According to Caruso, the project stalled because he saw Y as a trilogy.
James Frey's I Am Number Four didn't blow us away... but as a movie pitch in book form, it worked great, since Michael Bay and DJ Caruso have already filmed it. And it's just the first of many.
The first teaser trailer for D.J. Caruso's teen alien flick I Am Number Four is out. If you like sexy humanoid aliens, ducatis, samurai swords and light-up finger blasts, then this is the alien action movie for you.
Director D.J. Caruso revealed his plans for his Dead Space film, and he's calling it a prequel. "You have have the whole sort of brainwash-y/Scientology thing, and ultimately the Necromorphs." A Necromorph/Scientology tie-in? You've got our attention. [MTV]
Some of the most exciting, memorable science fiction of the past few years has come out in the young-adult section. And then there are books like the much-hyped I Am Number Four, which is pretty forgettable. Spoilers ahead!
While scheduling conflicts kept Sorcerer's Apprentice co-star Teresa Palmer from joining the next Mad Max film, it's not stopping her from playing an alien bad-ass in D.J. Caruso's I Am Number Four. Learn why Palmer might be the next Angelina.
New alien film I Am Number Four ditched District 9's star Sharlto Copley in favor of Timothy Olyphant, due to scheduling conflicts. But was the real reason Copley left a Spielberg/Bay-produced film a fight over fake alien ears?
It's almost been a year since Y The Last Man finished, and much longer since plans for a movie version were announced. So where's our Shia-starring multiplex-filler? What's taking so long?
As DJ Caruso’s script for his Y: The Last Man adaptation nears completion, his vision of the films’ all-female world is taking shape. He's revealed what we can expect from his core female characters.
He may not have won your hearts as Mutt in this summer's Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull, but Shia LeBeouf is still trying to make you fall in love with his dubious charms, even if he has to be the last man on Earth for it to happen. And, apparently, that's exactly what we're going to see in the…
Director D.J. Caruso still wants Shia LaBeouf to portray the lonely male survivor Yorick in gender apocalypse comic Y: The Last Man, which apparently means he's trying to make a career out of directing movies starring "The Beef." Caruso's already made Disturbia and Eagle Eye with The Beef, and now has plans to make a…