How do you make a sequel to a movie as charming as How to Train Your Dragon? In our exclusive interview, the director, producer, and actors of How to Train Your Dragon 2 tell us about teenaged Hiccup, how he'll see a dark version of himself in the sequel, and the importance of telling the adult characters' stories,…
Good news! This is the End, the post apocalyptic horror show featuring comedians playing themselves, looks actually funny. Like laugh out loud funny. Plus Emma Watson shows up in two of these clips and absolutely steals the show.
We've been waiting for Seth Rogen and Jay Baruchel's apocalyptic movie ever since their short Jay and Seth Vs. The Apocalypse was released back in 2010. And now, it's finally here. Behold the first ever trailer for This Is The End, where all of Rogen and Baruchel's friends play themselves.
The weird thing about The Sorcerer's Apprentice is, it takes more trouble to give a pseudo-scientific explanation for its goings-on than most science-fiction films nowadays. And the Apprentice's science-geek chops are foregrounded. It's a fantasy that loves science. Spoilers ahead.
Nicolas Cage came to Wondercon and told us how a chance encounter with Miles Davis transformed his acting style into jazz. And he explained how The Sorcerer's Apprentice was his idea.
The new trailer for The Sorcerer's Apprentice is blasting your face full of Nic Cage's plasma bolts. Watch and learn Cage's magic-school rules. (Sadly, Conditioner is not one of them.) Plus see the first Fantastia walking-broom-disaster shout-out.
We cornered Nic Cage's wizard in training, Jay Baruchel, to find out just how magical Jerry Bruckheimer's Sorcerer's Apprentice is going to be. Find out how the movie opens, and who would win a Gandalf Vs. Cage sorcery throw-down.
Alfred Molina has been cast as the big bad magic man in Nicolas Cage and Jay Baruchel's Sorcerer's Apprentice. The modern day fairy tale where Cage is the kindly old magic man who has an interest in Baruchel (who I'm assuming is the mouse in all this). Molina is an evil sorcerer of magician or something. Or maybe the…
This whole Seth Rogen phenomenon has yielded one good result: more exposure for sassy Jay Baruchel. Now Baruchel is in line to star in the modernized version of Disney's Sorcerer's Apprentice playing, erm, Mickey, I guess. Playing the wizard is omnipresent cheesemaster Nicolas Cage.