The Man Who Killed Don Quixote will have its world premiere at Cannes, unless something terrible happens first

Now that it, you know, actually exists, Terry Gilliam’s The Man Who Killed Don Quixote is refusing to tempt god by wasting time lining up its world debut. As reported by Little White Lies, Gilliam’s long-gestating, then dead, then-gestating-again fantasy will serve as the Closing Film at this year’s Cannes Film…

Deadpool 2's David Leitch is now directing video game adaptation The Division 

Last January, we reported that Syriana director Stephen Gaghan had signed on to direct The Division, an adaptation of the Ubisoft video game about special military operatives sent in to a plague-ravaged Manhattan to execute gang members and troll other human players with high-tech gadgets and various different-colored…

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Even tireless murder machine Michael Myers is looking as old as we all feel in the new Halloween poster

Ugh. You know how it is: You spend four decades gutting horny teenagers, trying to murder your sister, and just generally being a figure of menace. And then, just as you’ve finally earned your happy retirement in a shallow grave somewhere, here comes a movie studio looking to drag you back out to kill some more folks…