Yukito Kishiro's sci-fi Manga series centers a female cyborg from the future that has lost his memory.
The filmmaker revealed the project will go back to the 'early expeditions to Pandora' and the conflict between humans and the Na'vi.
Lawless holds its ground in second place with $6 million, while The Words debuts in third place with $5 million.
Danny McBride returns as the incomparable Kenny Powers in the latest season of this HBO comedy series.
Hyde Park-Image Nation, Troika Pictures and Merced Media are producing the film with the Immortals actress to headline.
Joel Edgerton stars and wrote the screenplay for this thriller about a cop who lies about an accident he gets into with a young cyclist.
The girls ditch their Disney attitude for this skuzzy crime comedy from director Harmony Korine.
A new app for iOS unleashes a look at the dwarves, wizards, and hobbits of Peter Jackson's upcoming prequel.
Paramount Pictures registers new Internet domain names that hint at what we will be getting on May 17 of 2013.
Joaquin Phoenix reacts in bizarre ways to an ink blot test in this scene from Paul Thomas Anderson's upcoming drama.
The Harry Potter actor will play an information dealer known as The Frog in director Dean Parisot's action sequel.
Lionsgate shifts The Big Wedding from October 26 to April 26, 2013, and moves Now You See Me from March 15, 2013 to June 7, 2013.
The Oscar-winning actor will play the beleaguered Penn State University football coach in this new drama.
Kristen Stewart gets her vampire on as Bella Swan in the final installment of Summit Entertainment's blockbuster franchise.
The actor will produce and possibly voice a role in this animated project from 20th Century Fox and Ice Age director Chris Wedge.
The Act of Valor director replaces Ben Affleck at the helm of this action project about a unit of commandos on a transport mission.
The documentary chronicles the entire 50 year history of the James Bond franchise, and debuts on Global James Bond Day, October 5.
James Stokoe and R.M Guera debut the first two in a set of five comic inspired art pieces from this horror anthology.
We also have the latest video blog with Daniel Craig and Sam Mendes discussing the ambitious opening sequence in Istanbul.