Aaron Eckheart's villainous turn as District Attorney Harvey Dent and his alter ego Two-Face in this summer's mega-blockbuster "The Dark Knight" will end with his fall off the construction site and he won't be coming back.
"He is dead as a doornail. He ain't comin' back, baby. No," Eckheart told E! at the "Towelhead" junket. "I asked Chris that question. He goes, 'You're dead.' Before I could even get the question out of my mouth, 'Hey Chris, am I...' 'You're dead.' "
According to Variety, Judge Gary Allen Feess will not issue an injunction to stop WB from releasing the movie as Fox requested, saying the case is "too complex to be resolved on an interim basis."
Feess does want the case to move quickly though and asks for the two parties to expedite the discovery phase.
"Watchmen" is scheduled to be released in theaters on March 6.
Director John Woo ("A Better Tomorrow") said he wants to make sports-themed movie with hurdler Liu Xiang and diver Guo Jingjing. Is he being forced to make a propaganda film for China?
"Hari Puttar" is coming to theaters in India on September 12, but if Warner Bros is successful with its lawsuit against the Indian film company producing the movie, it will be released under a different name.
Peter Jackson, the director of "Lord of the Rings" series, will pen the "Hobbit" script, as well as its sequel, with Fran Walsh and Philippa Boyens.
19 years is a lot time to spend out of the public consciousness, but Superman did just that. Hoping to cash in on the resurgence of superhero movies, Warner Bros commissioned his reappearance in the 2006 movie "Superman Returns."
Who watches the watchers? Apparently, someone over at Fox is. Watching over their interest in potentially lucrative "Watchmen" movie, that is.
Another batch of Potter photos has been released by Warner Bros. Fans will have to be satisfied with these and the trailer since "Half-Blood Prince" has been pushed back until next year.
Added four more "Watchmen" photos to the gallery. Check them out below.
Originally scheduled to be released in theaters on November 22 of this year, "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" has been pushed back to July 17, 2009, Warner Bros announced on Thursday.