Douglas Cook and David Weisberg wrote the script.
The "Clerks" director praises J.J. Abrams use of practical special effects over "f--king green screens"
Douglas Cook and David Weisberg are writing the script
Seth MacFarlane's "A Million Ways to Die in the West" does not have to be an international sensation to prove the Western is alive and...
The NFL wants to play a bit more in Hollywood after "Draft Day"
Stewart Hendler is directing the movie, which will be released in 2015 by Open Road Films
Johnny Depp's sci-fi tale is running fourth after Friday, behind the surging faith-based family drama 'Heaven Is for Real'
Most projects lack blockbuster potential and won't play overseas, but Hollywood still tries to hit a home run with the genre
Disney's Marvel sequel comes from behind to top Fox's family film with $41 million, while "Oculus" beats "Draft Day" for third
Families lift kids film past Disney superhero sequel, which is on $41 million pace; "Oculus" beating "Draft Day" for 3rd
Critics are mixed on the NFL drama starring Kevin Costner, Jennifer Garner, Denis Leary and Chadwick Boseman
Ivan Reitman's gridiron drama is stodgy and boxy -- and not too much to look at, either
Fox's 3D animated film could steal top spot from Marvel's sequel with some luck and a family stampede
Lars von Trier's examination of sex addiction is as crazy as promised
"Ghostbusters" and "Draft Day" director honored
"The Untouchables" star honored for career in film
NBC Sports' documentary reveals lots of Harding excuses, the idiocy of her hit gang
"3 Days to Kill" second as volcano epic implodes and animated toy tale wins third straight weekend
Kevin Costner thriller is distant second as volcano epic goes pffft and toy tale heads for $33 million third-weekend win
The message is clear: Proceed to the theaters this weekend with caution, unless you're in the mood for a mindless action movie that doesn't make...
The company will use the money -- which could rise to $150 million -- to expand its production efforts
Director McG's latest suggests the director wasn't kidding when he named his last movie "This Means War"
2014's first big-budget flop is looming on the horizon
Half the actors on the magazine's cover are black for the 20th anniversary of theme issue
Female viewers remembered Spidey best, while males recalled the Transformers spot most vividly
There'll be a "Ride Along" sequel, "Frozen" is heading for $1 billion and did Lionsgate pick the wrong "Frankenstein"?
Seal denotes films with "strong appeal for the 50+ demographic"
Pine officially becomes Hollywood's "Mr. Do-Over" in this origin story of the beloved number-crunching CIA agent
Lionsgate's sports drama starring Kevin Costner is now considered appropriate for ages 13 and up
There will be property damage