• January Jones confirmed in a recent interview what fans have been fearing for months: 'X-Men: First Class' was not only rushed into production, but it's now being rushed to completion.

  • According to star Michael Fassbender, Ridley Scott's 'Prometheus' is definitely connected to 'Alien,' though the actor gets visibly nervous about how much he can say beyond that.

  • Gore Verbinski tells ComingSoon that the reason he left 'BioShock' is because no one would approve him for an R rating with the kind of budget he was after.

  • Magnolia Pictures has snapped up Lars Von Trier's latest, 'Melancholia,' an apocalyptic film starring Charlotte Gainsbourg, Kiefer Sutherland, John Hurt, Alexander Skarsgard and Kristen Dunst.

  • Back in 2007, Warner Bros. abandoned a plan to bring a CGI 'Thundercats' to the big screen. Flixist has test footage of what that movie would have been like:



  • Roland Emmerich tells Empire that 'Independence Day 2' will get made someday, but that right now nothing is happening with it. As for his Isaac Asmiov adaptation, 'Foundation,' he has a script and a production designer; now it's just a matter of finding a sweet spot for the budget.

  • Cracked has a fun article up breaking down the "6 Giant Blind Spots in Every Movie Alien's Invasion Strategy."