Tom Hardy and Noomi Rapace star in Fox Searchlight's adaptation of Dennis Lehane's short story
After working with Ridley Scott on a new "Blade Runner" movie, Michael Green will rewrite the sequel
Tommy Wirkola is directing the movie, which Raffaella De Laurentiis is producing with Vendome Pictures
In what’s technically a remake of a French film, the director borrows from himself liberally -- and in this case, familiarity breeds giggles
Success at the box-office meant great things for Seth Rogen and Diane Lane this week on the grid
Tom Hardy has several film projects on deck, but will work to bring this haunting tale to the big screen
Ridley Scott will produce the movie from Tom Rob Smith's novel "Child 44", which Daniel Espinosa will direct
Noomi Rapace stars in upcoming revenge flick from the director of "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo"
Johnny Depp's highly guarded sci-fi film "Transcendence" -- from the team behind "Inception" -- will delve into the cutting edge of science, from nanotechnology to...
Psycho-sexual thriller stars Noomi Rapace and Rachel McAdams
Brian De Palma's latest is --shocker! -- a thriller with erotic overtones
Roger Ebert, A.O. Scott and other top critics praise the visual style of "Prometheus" but find the plot lacking
Ridley Scott’s return to the franchise delivers the scares and the monsters but still pales next to the saga’s legendary first two chapters
Six relative unknowns with star-making roles in some of this summer's biggest films
Details of "Prometheus," Ridley Scott's "Alien" prequel, have been kept under wraps, but new trailers and a WonderCon panel offer some clues
Colin Farrell will co-star in "Dead Man Down"
Damon Lindelof ("Lost") revised Jon Spaihts' original sci-fi script, which was initially conceived as a prequel to Scott's "Alien"
International Press Academy's Satellite Awards pick "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World," "Social Network" as the year's best
Robert Downey Jr., Jude Law and director Guy Ritchie are returning for WB's 3D movie
Will Ferrell and Adam McKay are producing Tommy Wirkola's horror-comedy
Two directors say too much, and another just can’t finish his movie