The acclaimed book, Paper Towns, by author John Green (The Fault in Our Stars) is coming to the big screen Friday, July 24. But first, Green and stars of the film stopped by Dallas for an exclusive fan event and sneak peek at the movie.
The Killers have been putting out hits for the last 10+ years and along with each single, they’ve released memorable music videos.
If you’re ready to be swept away on another whimsical adventure with indie director Wes Anderson, you don’t have too much longer to wait. The trailer for Anderson’s “The Grand Budapest Hotel” was just released.
UK band Bastille has gained quite the following for its fantastic cover renditions and now they’re releasing one of their more popular cover songs as their next UK single.
Bilbo, Gandalf and the merry band of gold-seeking dwarves are back in action in the new trailer for Peter Jackson’s second “The Hobbit” installment.
The first teaser for “Child of God” has recently been released and appears to continue the odd style Franco has showcased in the past.
Panic! at the Disco have announced intimate headlining tour dates amid their supporting dates on the Fall Out Boy arena tour. In addition to this tour announcement, the band has announced the release of their 4th studio album and dropped a video for the first single, “Miss Jackson.”
Steve McQueen has spent the last few years transitioning from visual-artist to respected film director, as well as making people wonder how deceased movie stars can make such good storytellers. London-born McQueen dabbled in some short film work in the late nineties before making waves in 2008 with his debut film, “Hunger,” the tale of IRA prisoners staging a hunger strike that showed the world Michael Fassbender can really act. McQueen’s latest film, “12 Years a Slave,” has just premiered its first trailer and looks to be just as impressive and perhaps more widely approachable than his previous works.
The Big Lebowski’s Jeff Bridges and Julianne Moore are reuniting on the big screen in the upcoming fantasy epic adaptation of Joseph Delaney’s “The Spook’s Apprentice.”