Some time back, the frightening news hit that Michael Bay was going to ruin a major childhood favorite of many: The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The net erupted in fury over this, and Bay tried to keep the haters calm and convince them he wouldn’t f*ck it up.
We write a lot about movie secrets, especially in the of the Internet where it's practically impossible to keep the plot of a movie under wraps.
You'll soon be able to watch hundreds of new movies from Youtube, but they won't be free.
It’s funny that these two stories hit the ‘Net together, but the release date of the zombie epic World War Z is being moved to next year, while The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are being resurrected.
It's strange to think this lawsuit is even happening, especially considering that a sequel to The Godfather was already written some years back.
Another year is already behind us, but the box office results were pretty clear by the end of December.
Paramount Home Entertainment has announced the upcoming release of a limited edition collector’s box-set for Michael Bay's Transformers trilogy.
For some, mad slasher movies are just as much a part of 80's nostalgia as new wave, old school video games and John Hughes flicks.
With so many movies being remade and rebooted, I guess it makes sense that games based on films are coming back for a second try as well.
Film buffs were certainly rolling their eyes several years ago when Universal touted a number of movies based on board games.
It's been said that right before a big breakthrough a lot of neurosis can come to the surface, and perhaps this is what's going on with the opening of Transformers 3D next week.
For those who follow the movie box office like many watch the finals, Super 8 did make it to #1 this weekend, generating $37 million on 5,500 screens, including $1 million raked in on Thursday night.
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.
Super 8 has reportedly cost $50 million dollars, which shouldn't be hard to recoup, but you also get the sense there may be a slight panic that the mystery behind the film isn't working to its advantage.
You may not know this, but the first 3D movie that got a wide release in theaters was Friday the 13th Part 3, which opened on 1,079 screens on August 13, 1982.
Paramount has clinched the movie rights to The Martian Chronicles.
Paramount has issued a recall of its recent Blu-ray Disc release of Saving Private Ryan, with over 100,000 sold discs affected by a glitch in the film's audio.
In the first deal of its kind, Seagate is to start selling external hard drives with Paramount movies preloaded.