Robert Jordan's lengthy fantasy series, "The Wheel of Time," is going to be adapted for the big screen courtesy of Universal Pictures, according to Variety.
Dirk Blackman and Howard McCain have been hired to pen the script for the "Conan" movie gestating over at Lionsgate. No, it's not "King Conan: Crown of Iron," the long rumored third movie that will star Arnold Schwarzenegger.
After making bank worldwide ($561 million), DreamWorks' "Kung Fu Panda" is getting a sequel, according to CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg.
Tom Cruise is said to be loosely attached to star in "Food Fight," a comedy where he plays snobby NY chef who, for reasons unknown at this time, is forced to make meals for grade schoolers.
Well, no, but he'll play one in Quentin Tarantino's next movie titled "Inglorious Bastards," according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Speaking to the Associated Press, Lucas said if there is another Indiana Jones movie, it would star Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones (what else?) and will be about his adventures.
A new live-action Scooby-Doo movie is coming, but it won't be in theaters. Instead, it'll be debut on the Cartoon Network, as well as on DVD, next fall, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Apparently, Arnold Schwarzenegger had seem some footage of the new Terminator movie, and he didn't like what he saw, according to LA Times' Hero Complex blog.
Here's another pic released to the public for "Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins."
Those waiting for the "Prince of Persia" movie will have to wait an additional year as Disney has moved its release date back from June 19, 2009 to May 28, 2010, Variety revealed.