Paramount is planning on making a "teen Love Actually" out of Let It Snow, an anthology of intersecting stories written by John Green, Maureen Johnson and Lauren Myracle about how a snow storm cripples a small town on Christmas Eve.
Surprise, Surprise: Warner Bros. wants to make a third Hangover movie and have hired Craig Mazin, who co-wrote the record-breaking Hangover 2, to write it.
In an actually surprising movie, producer Jason Blum says they won't make a sequel to Insidious (the most profitable movie of 2011) unless there's a legitimately good idea for one-- and right now they don't have one.
The first picture of Alec Baldwin and Russell Brand in Adam Shankman's Rock of Ages has hit the net and Baldwin is looking, well...
The Hunger Games casting news never ends: Donald Sutherland has just been cast as President Snow.
Tim Burton has already gone on record to say that he has no intentions of making Dark Shadows in 3-D.
And speaking of 3-D, if you're not a fan of the format, you'll be happy to know that ticket sales for Kung Fu Panda 2 in 3-D were not as high as expected and RealD's stock took a 12% decline as a result.
The New York Asian Film Festival has announced its 2011 lineup and it is a doozy.