Neill Blomkamp has set his next movie, Inferno, after leaving RoboCop Returns over the summer.
Rachel McAdams joins Colin Farrell and Taylor Kitsch on the downtown Los Angeles set of True Detective Season 2.
Taylor Kitsch and Emily Ratajkowski star in a live-action trailer for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, which takes you inside the game.
Taylor Kitsch is close to finalizing his deal to star in Season 2 of HBO's True Detective, though there is no official word from HBO yet.
Actor Taylor Kitsch is vying for a role in Season 2 of HBO's True Detecctive along with the lead in the action remake The Raid.
If Taylor Kitsch signs onto True Detective Season 2, he may possibly star opposite Colin Farrelll on the HBO series.
The John Carter star will play Bruce Niles, a closeted investment banker who becomes an AIDS activist in director Ryan Murphy's drama.
The John Carter star is reportedly the lone contender to lead this video game adaptation, directed by Scott Waugh.
Oliver Stone directs this adaptation of the best selling crime novel, in theaters July 6th.
The Battleship star reveals its 'not going to happen' regarding this coveted role in Francis Lawrence's sequel.
This trio of young actors are the finalists to play District 4 tribute Finnick Odair in the Lionsgate sequel.
Director Peter Berg gives us some history on the RIMPAC international naval war games which are featured in this sci-fi adventure.
We go one-on-one with Taylor Kitsch, Lynn Collins, Willem Dafoe, Dominic West and director Andrew Stanton to talk about this rousing sci-fi adventure.
Taylor Kitsch's title character can't quite get the hang of flying these Martian aerial vehicles in this new scene.
Check out this extended scene featuring Taylor Kitsch as the title character, before he ends up on Mars.
The trio has signed on for the project based on memoirs from Ex-Navy Seal Marcus Luttrell.
This French one-sheet gives us an up close and personal look at star Taylor Kitsch in director Peter Berg's naval adventure.
Taylor Kitsch, Liam Neeson, and Rihanna star in Peter Berg's action-adventure based on the popular Hasbro board game.
The latest image from director Andrew Stanton finds Taylor Kitsch climbing towards his destiny, in theaters this March.
Taylor Kitsch, Lynn Collins, and director Andrew Stanton discuss this sci-fi adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs' novel.