• The Spanish poster for 'The Smurfs' is way cuter than the American version.

  • Valhalla Pictures, Gale Anne Hurd's production company, has picked up 'The Nameless,' a script by Chris Bullett about a group of people in the Witness Protection Program who have to take a stand against a team of assassins.


  • Lionsgate is reportedly planning 'Cube 3D,' though at this stage it's unclear if it will be a new sequel to or a remake of Vincenzo Natali's original film.

  • The new trailer for 'Fast Five' has hit online and it looks to be a total blast:



  • Not that it looked awful before, but 'Thor' looks way more appealing in French:


  • Warner Bros. will be the first major studio to offer movie rentals via Facebook. As of right now, 'The Dark Knight' is the only available title.

  • Speaking of Warner Bros., if you're a diehard 'Harry Potter' fan you may want to check out Harry Potter: The Quest, a new, sprawling online portal for Potter games and media.

  • Just a heads up since we're big fans of it around these parts: Christopher Smith's 'Black Death' hits US Blu-ray and DVD on March 10th.


  • Need a handy list of cinema's best fairy tales for grownups? There happens to be one right here.