Could this be the biggest year ever for fantastical movies? It certainly looks like it. The calendar is bursting with films about aliens, weird creatures, superheroes and magical worlds. Here's our complete guide to 2011's science fiction and fantasy films.
Andrew Niccol is the master of dystopia — he wrote The Truman Show and directed Gattaca. His latest dystopian film, Now, stars Amanda Seyfried and Justin Timberlake. We've read a huge chunk of the juicy, twisty script. Spoilers ahead.
Harrison Ford is ready to don the fedora and bullwhip for one more Indiana Jones movie...and George Lucas is working on it. Skyline has a twist ending that will throw everything that came before in a whole new light. Spoileranza!
Tron Legacy's villain is more than a digitally de-aged Jeff Bridges... he's a representation of our misuse of technology. The Hobbit adds two new dwarves, Justin Timberlake's immortality epic gets new castmembers, and Ghostbusters 3 might start filming soon. Spoilers!
The most comprehensive Green Lantern plot summary yet has hit the web... but can we trust it? The most famous X-Man might be cameoing in First Class. Time to celebrate All Spoils' Day!
Check out our first photos from Andrew Niccol's Now, previously titled Im.mortal. In this future, the wealthy stop aging at 25. Here's Justin Timberlake taking Amanda Seyfried hostage after he's accused of murdering a man for a little more youth.
We're jam-packed with spoilers today, as Zack Snyder talks Superman, Damon Lindelof talks Star Trek, Ghostbusters 3 might be a go, The Hobbit casts every awesome British actor ever, The Hunger Games looks for a lead, and much, much more!
The upcoming I'm.mortal, in which everyone stops aging at 25 but has to pay for each additional year of their life, is making for some wonderfully weird casting...and the latest casting news completely redefines the concept of the hot mom.
We can now officially start getting excited about Batman 3. Alfonso Cuarón may have finally found the perfect leading lady for Gravity. Mad Men's Pete Campbell is leaving his 60s ad agency for a dystopian future. Huzzah for spoilers!
Cillian "The Mark" Murphy is in final talks to play a "Timekeeper" in Gattaca director Andrew Niccol's upcoming Im.Mortal. Im.Mortal takes place in a future where the human aging gene has malfunctioned, and only the wealthy can buy off immortality.
Joss Whedon discusses the casting of the two newest Avengers, plus we try to put a persistent Avengers rumor to rest. Edgar Wright talks Ant-Man's origins. Jon Favreau explains what Daniel Craig means for Cowboys & Aliens. Avast ye spoilers!
In the Andrew Niccol's newest future vision, the rich stop aging at age 25, while the poor are forced to face mortality head-on. Amanda Seyfried has been cast as a gorgeous hostage, who's worth her weight in minutes.
Andrew Niccol — the writer behind Gattaca and The Truman Show — will journey into tomorrow with I'm.mortal, a Logan's Run-esque "social sci-fi" adventure.