I'm a big fan of the Muppets, but I'm equally impressed by the dramatic and creepy performances of the puppets used in this first trailer for The Narrative of Victor Karloch, produced by Heather Henson and The Jim Henson Foundation.
It's a modern filmmaking technique that's been used in big-budget Hollywood features for years now, but a Harvard comp-sci student has developed software that does digital face replacements without the need for a skilled effects artist, reducing its cost.
Having acquired an 80 per cent stake in Blinkbox in April, Tesco's leveraging free digital copy movie downloads with each DVD and Blu-ray purchase. Buy a movie on disc and download a digital copy for free.
Could Goodfellas and Taxi Driver do with a once-over with the 3D paintbrush? While most of us will be screaming "noooooo!" and jumping up and down waving our arms, Martin Scorsese has fallen for the charms of 3D after shooting Hugo and has said he wants to shoot all his next films in the format.
After a two-year hiatus in Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace, Q's set to return, albeit in a younger "computer geek" guise. For the first time, the actor who plays Q in the next James Bond film Skyfall will be younger than 007 himself. Bet he doesn't even remember Thunderball's radioactive homing pill.
The magic of the muppets is that they're 'real', or as real as puppetry gets. Still, even when the Muppets could have easily gone CGI, they stuck to their roots. That doesn't mean everything in the new Muppets movie was old school though. Even muppets need the magic of the movies.
Aaron Sorkin might be (totally is) the best screenwriter we have, and according to E! Online Sony Pictures has offered the Social Network Oscar-winner the job of writing the script for the Steve Jobs movie.
Hollywood rumour alert, guys: gossip coal plant The Sun reports George Clooney is slugging it out with former guy-who-played-Steve-Jobs, Noah Wyle, over the coveted spot. It will definitely be an extremely lucrative movie — so who's gonna star?
You might be forgiven that LoveFilm is being a bit forgotten with Netflix grabbing all the headlines. But the Amazon-backed original UK film streamer is fighting back, securing a deal with Warner Brothers.
Wanna know why movies are called "flicks"? It's because of the flickering light that's emitted from film projectors. Like smoking, smell-o-vision, and intermissions, it looks like 35MM films and their projectors are on their way out of the cinema.
Netflix is coming to the UK and not only is MGM on-board, so is Lionsgate. Wrapping up another exclusive streaming deal, Netflix will be the UK's only place to get both new and back catalogue streaming for Lionsgate's movies.