The dragon has to be furry. That was the first thing director David Lowery thought when he decided he wanted to remake Pete’s Dragon. The second thing was that he did not want to just remake Pete’s Dragon. He wanted to take the story and bring it to a new generation. He’ll get his shot on August 12.
You wouldn’t be alone if you were skeptical when you heard the words “live-action remake of Pete’s Dragon.” But it seems director David Lowery may have pulled off the impossible—he may have made a live-action remake that actually improves on the animated original. This new trailer is just more glorious proof.
In an inversion of how we’re used to seeing things, a film with an amazing cast and an innovative writer-director will make its debut on Netflix ,and then make its way to theaters.
One of the best, most subtle and fascinating sci-fi films in the last few years is Charlie McDowell’s The One I Love. Now the director has announced his follow up and it sounds just as amazing. It’s called The Discovery and will star Robert Redford, Rooney Mara and Jason Segel.
Here's our first look at Robert Redford on the set of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, suited up and ready to represent S.H.I.E.L.D.
In a recent interview, Robert Redford revealed not only the name of the character he'll be playing in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, but also his character's role in the film. It's a mild spoiler that implies a theory that will be a major spoiler if correct, so click at your own risk.
The Hollywood Reporter reports (in Hollywood, presumably) that super-acclaimed actor/director Robert Redford is in talks to join the cast of Captain America 2: The Winter Soldier. The word is that he'll playing a S.H.I.E.L.D. officer — presumably one who hangs around with Sam Jackson's Nick Fury — and that it could be…
See, ABC's forthcoming Impact miniseries, in which a meteor shower sends the moon careening toward the earth, isn't all junk science. A new planetarium show demonstrates that such celestial collisions can be common, devastating — and strangely beautiful.
A nuclear holocaust has caused a new ice age and all but wiped out humanity... and the survivors kill time with pointless murder games. Robert Altman's Quintet has two of the greatest movie concepts in history jammed together, in a quintessentially 1970s blend of apocalypse and wacky death game. No wonder Paul Newman…