Harrison Ford is not what you’d call an excitable guy. Actually, a lot of times when you see him in interviews, you wonder how soon he’ll nod off and fall asleep.
This summer we have two highly anticipated genre films that the fans have been waiting for forever: Star Trek Into Darkness and Iron Man 3.
It’s one of the most anticipated science fiction franchises to come along in years, and even the mose serious entertainment reporter can’t help but geek out about Ender’s Game.
I often joke that the internet is a peerless source of accurate information because in many cases, it’s really anything goes.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you probably know JJ Abrams is going to direct the next Star Wars movie, which is due to hit theaters in 2015.
In recent days, rumors have been circulating that the original stars of Star Wars, namely Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, and especially Harrison Ford, are planning to come back for the upcoming film.
When the news broke that there would be more new Star Wars movies, it was quite a bombshell.
Summit Entertainment has posted the synopsis for its upcoming sci-fi adaptation.
Harrison Ford (aka Han Solo) may be mulling a return to the Star Wars universe, but Carrie Fisher says she has already decided to reprise her role as the lovely Princess Leia.
No, this story was not first reported on a parody site, although the thought of Harrison Ford coming back to Star Wars is…well, words escape us on this one.
Every time I see a coming attraction or an ad for The Expendables, I chuckle a little because to me it's like an action version of The Love Boat.
Aside from The Dark Knight Rises and Prometheus, it's hard to think of a genre movie that's more anticipated than the big screen adaptation of Ender's Game, originally written by Orson Scott Card.
Recently, rumors were running rampant that Russell Crowe was up for the lead in the remake of Robocop.
The cast and crew of Ender’s Game are heading to New Orleans where production of the long-awaited sci-fi film is about to kick off.
Rumors of Harrison Ford returning for another Blade Runner film spread like wildfire across the 'Net over the past few days, but were doused almost as quickly.
It’s been almost a year since we learned about the new Blade Runner film, which will be produced and directed by the creator of the original: the one and only Ridley Scott.
Casting for the the long-awaited Ender's Game sci-fi film seems like it is finally drawing to a close.
We’ve been hearing rumors and negotiations for months, but now the cast for the upcoming Ender’s Game adaptation is locked in, and it looks great, especially for a small studio with a small budget.
Asa Butterfield confirmed last night on Twitter that he has accepted the role of Ender Wiggin in the upcoming Ender’s Game adaptation.
Ridley Scott has confirmed that he will be producing and directing a new Blade Runner movie for Alcon Entertainment.