Disney's Live-Action Beauty and the Beast Gets A Beast And a Gaston

Yeah, yeah, Dan Stevens (Downtown Abbey) is supposedly going to be the Beast opposite Emma Watson's Belle. But the important question is really "Who is going to be Gaston?!" » 3/05/15 3:00am 3/05/15 3:00am

Emma Watson Reveals Dark Repressed Memories to Ethan Hawke In Regression

In this trailer for Alejandro Amenábar's Regression features Emma Watson's Angela Gray recounting what could be a memory of something very wrong in her childhood. Ethan Hawke's Detective Bruce Kenner seems to not only believe her, but find evidence that something huge has happened. » 2/16/15 3:00am 2/16/15 3:00am

Emma Watson Will Be Belle In Disney's Live-Action Beauty And The Beast

Disney's live-action Beauty and the Beast movie has cast their Belle, and we think it's pretty perfect. Say "Bonjour" to your new Belle, Emma Watson. » 1/26/15 9:02am 1/26/15 9:02am

Guillermo del Toro Won't Direct a Beauty and the Beast Film After All

No, it's not the live-action version being done by Disney, it's the Warner Bros. version called Beauty and starring Emma Watson. Apparently, del Toro's other commitments made it impossible for him to direct, despite writing and producing the film. [Deadline] » 6/12/14 11:00pm 6/12/14 11:00pm

J.K. Rowling says Hermione should have married Harry, not Ron

Are you sitting down? You might want to sit down. In an interview with Emma Watson, J.K. Rowling has admitted that she regrets pairing Hermione with Ron instead of Harry, chalking the Hermione/Ron marriage up to "a form of wish fulfillment." » 2/01/14 10:30pm 2/01/14 10:30pm

First clip for This Is the End only strengthens our desire to seeā€¦

The more we see of Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen's post apocalyptic comedy This Is the End, the more excited we get. Any movie that makes fun of James Franco is aces in our book. » 4/09/13 9:55am 4/09/13 9:55am

10 Creepy, Sexy Fairy Tales That Should Be Films

If there's one thing we learned this past week at Comic-Con, it's that Hollywood is obsessed with fairy tales. They're magical, they've got instant recognition... and they're public domain. But Hollywood keeps hitting on the same five stories. » 7/25/11 10:01am 7/25/11 10:01am