It was one of the biggest cliffhangers in recent Hollywood memory, but the modern day version of The Lone Ranger will start shooting on February 6, 2012 in New Mexico.
Apple is in the process of trying to woo movie studios to encourage them to allow titles to be hosted on Apple servers.
For those who can't stand director Brett Ratner and feel he represents everything wrong with Hollywood, (or at least a lot of things wrong), now there's even more reason to hate him.
This summer, there was an absolutely hilarious skit making the rounds on the 'Net. It's an interview with the "screenwriter" of the latest Fast and Furious movie, but then we see it's actually a five-year-old kid.
Contagion director Steven Soderbergh has said it, downplayed it, then recently said it again: he's going to retire from filmmaking after his next slate of films, and work in other art forms.
If you wanted to be a guitar god back in the eighties, you moved out to Hollywood and enrolled at GIT, the Guitar Institute of Technology.
With many bemoaning the lack of original ideas in Hollywood, the upcoming board game adaptation of Battleship has become somewhat of a whipping boy amongst film geeks.
I can remember very clearly seeing the first teaser trailer of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, a golden ring floating in the darkness, and a voice over beginning with: "one ring to rule them all..."
A number of prominent ISPs have joined forces with movie and music studios in an effort to curtail online "piracy."
Like today, 3D was Hollywood trying to get audiences back into theaters, and many schlocky movies were done in 3D to try to get anyone to go see something that was third rate at best.
There used to be a big separation between writing for features and writing for television, with TV considered a far more inferior medium.
Today's audiences expect films to move fast, with a lot of action right away. But is such a strategy good or bad for Hollywood?
Robert Evans, the infamous former head of Paramount who wrote the classic Hollywood memoir "The Kid Stays in the Picture," used to say the first weekend for a film was like a parachute.
In the first part of this report for TG Daily, several top Hollywood screenwriters recalled the creative process before the computer age, and at the beginning of it.
Amazon is reportedly prepping a high-end tablet - dubbed "Hollywood" - that will be powered by Nvidia's upcoming Kal-El quad-core processor.
After reports about The Dark Tower going into turn around at Universal, suddenly rumors abound that the epic Stephen King adaptation is now slated for a Ron Howard-directed February 2012 start date.
Would you pay $30 to rent a movie on demand? No? Well, what if the film was brand new and still in the theaters?
Charlie Sheen is bringing his warlock to Detroit. He has enough tiger blood for everyone who will attend his gig at the Fox Theatre.
It seems like I’m writing about another sci-fi movie reboot at least once a week, and this week is no different as Hollywood has announced plans to reboot "Robocop," one of the coolest, yet most gratuitously gory genre movies of all time.
The hackery in Hollywood is reaching critical levels. This time they’re remaking Total Recall with Colin Farrell.