Producer Avi Lerner also reveals he wants Wesley Snipes for a role, as soon as he is released from prison.
Marius A. Markevicius directs this new documentary about the 1992 Lithuanian Olympic basketball team, who got a little help from The Grateful Dead.
The actress will portray the former Hunger Games winner from District 11 in director Francis Lawrence's upcoming sequel.
Chris Vance stars as the highly-skilled Frank Martin, who will do whatever it takes to ensure safe delivery in this upcoming Cinemax series.
We're giving away a five-pack of DVDs featuring some of the stars from this high-powered sequel, along with t-shirts, posters, and more.
The star also added that using the Japanese setting gives it a new visual aesthetic.
Mikael Hafstrom's action-thriller follows a prison security expert, who tests his design by trying to escape a prison he developed.
The actress will play a Las Vegas lounge singer who gets too close to Michael Douglas' character in this late-in-life drama.
Ron Howard directs this biopic on Formula 1 racer James Hunt, which centers on his rivalry with Niki Lauda.
Peter Sarsgaard also stars in writer-director Kelly Reichardt's drama about three eco-terrorists plotting to blow up a dam.
The Campaign finishes in second place with $27.4 million, and Hope Springs takes fourth place with $15.6 million.
Paul Thomas Anderson directs this period drama about a man who creates a questionable new religion.
We have over twenty new photos from this Warner Bros. thriller starring Tom Felton, Ashley Greene, and Sebastian Stan.
This 10th Anniversary Edition of the hit family comedy includes a 30-minute retrospective with Nia Vardalos and John Corbett.
Cinedigm will also release this Oscar-nominated film early on VOD platforms starting August 21.
Universal Pictures also moves the sci-fi thriller Oblivion up one week to April 19, 2013, and pushes Mama up nine months to January 18, 2013.
This massive 22-disc set contains 50 episodes from the classic TV series and a 24-page memory book, currently available for pre-order.
Take a look at Kristen Stewart's new vampire powers and shiny red eyes in this glimpse at Summit Entertainment's franchise finale.
Shia LaBeouf, Guy Pearce, director John Hillcoat, and author Matt Bondurant talk about the true story behind this Prohibition-era drama.