‘Thor 2′ is scheduled for theatrical release in Summer 2013. However, Kenneth Branagh will not be returning as director.
In 'Green Lantern,' Ryan Reynolds gives a light touch to the latest superhero to jump out of DC Comics.
Director Jon Favreau (Iron Man) has revealed that the world premiere for ‘Cowboys & Aliens’ will take place during the three-day 2011 Comic-Con International Festival from July 22-25 in San Diego.
Jon Favreau and Robert Downey, Jr. talked about their upcoming films at the Hero Complex Film Festival on June 12. Jon Favreau revealed that he might still be involved with ‘Iron Man 3′ in some capacity, and Robert Downey Jr. admitted that ‘The Avengers’ is turning out better than he could ever have imagined.
A Charlie Sheen rant ripping his TV show's producer and dismissing his own problems with alcohol appears to have crossed Hollywood's lines of propriety. CBS: Work on episodes of 'Two and a Half Men' canceled.
Favorite TV Comedy: 'Glee.' From left, Cory Monteith, Jane Lynch, and Chris Colfer pose backstage at the People's Choice Awards in Los Angeles, Calif., on Jan. 5.
Movies both disappointed and surprised studios and audiences in 2010. Star power dimmed while real-life stories turned both dramatic and documentary features into unexpected hits. And technology wowed, then disappointed as 3D and high-profile sequels fizzled at the box office. The top trends from this year present a very mixed bag heading into the second decade of the new millennium, says Hollywood.com box office analyst Paul Dergarabedian. IN PICTURES: Movie Trends 2010
Studios took few chances with offbeat subjects and fresh talent, opting largely for recycled goods and franchises.
Mr. Peanut: Can a logo wearing a top hat and monocle make it on social media after nine silent decades?