This summer’s line-up of blockbusters has provided amazing car chases, giant dinosaurs, superheroes, and action of every variation – but some of the best thrills of the season are packed into one of the smallest movies.
Captain America is the leader of the Avengers. Professor Charles Xavier leads the X-Men. And in most versions, brilliant scientist Reed Richards is the leader of the Fantastic Four, though that is not how Miles Teller chooses to portray him in the most-recent Fantastic Four film.
How convincing was the massive Donkey Kong set during the filming of Pixels? Find out, as we sit down and discuss it with the director and members of the cast.
There are two video games you'll always remember in life no matter what: the one you're great at and the one you suck at. We've got the scoop on which games confounded the cast of Pixels.
Think you were surprised by the Terminator: Genisys spoiler heard round the world? Wait until you see how Jason Clarke reacted, after the jump.
With a huge opening being projected for Jurassic World, it's naturally time to talk about a sequel. Find out what star Nick Robinson had to say about that possibility, after the jump.
I’m sure that it’s the tip of the iceberg. What other Easter eggs have you guys spotted, now that you can either rent or own Vaughn’s hit film? Tell us in the comments section.
He's battled ghosts, and he's helped Iron Man save the day, but if you read on you'll find out why Jurassic World may be Ty Simpkins' dream gig to trump them all!
While there are plenty of people we all call our brothers and sisters, the appearance of a true sibling bond is a little harder to forge than you'd think. As it turns out, being chased by dinosaurs is a great bonding technique!
Sharlto Copley was transformed into the A.I. Chappie in Neill Blomkamp’s latest through what the actor referred to in the past as “a poor man’s motion capture.” The means are both impressive and time consuming for everyone involved, and Copley has honored all the animators behind this transformation with a unique shoutout.
In preparation for Chappie, Hugh Jackman researched all he could about the insane technology that real-life scientists are developing. And as he says, “It kinda blew my mind.”
Fans will go to great lengths to prove their love for their obsessions, but celebrity and young-adult franchise fans might be the craziest of them all. Well, crazy might be too demeaning of a word. How about, overly enthusiastic? For Ben Barnes, the star of this week’s fantasy film release Seventh Son, he knows this to be true from firsthand experience.
Bridges' Seventh Son accent tickled me as I heard it leave his mouth. It became even more prominent as the film went on, since he’s the only character in this entire fantasy landscape who has a heavy accent. He seemed all too happy to talk about it, and revealed some interesting details about how he created it
Both Julianne Moore and Jeff Bridges have been involved with young-adult adaptations in the past. However, both were strongly rooted in the world of sci-fi, while their new joint film, Seventh Son, branches into the realm of hardcore fantasy. As the two celebs told me over an interview, however, there are some similarities in their approach.
The thing about the Red Sea sequence is that it competes with several eye-popping visual events in the rest of the movie. Sir Ridley Scott embraces his epic blockbuster side when bringing the size and scope of the story of Moses to the big screen.
When you think Hellboy, you automatically think Ron Perlman, right? That wasn't the case with the studios who had the project in the beginning.
By the start of this third Hunger Games installment, Finnick has twice survived the deadly games put on by the Capitol to keep the Districts in line. For the first time since his reaping, he's out of the spotlight of President Snow, and it makes for a character that Sam Claflin compares to Marilyn Monroe.
For more than a decade, French director Alexandre Aja has been delivering scares, gore and occasionally, a bit of dark humor with films like The Hills Have Eyes, Piranha and more recently, the feature adaptation of Joe Hill's Horns. But how does being French impact his perspective when telling American horror stories?
Elisabeth Moss and Jason Schwartzman have known each other for years, as both grew up in Los Angeles. Yet despite bustling careers in film and television Listen Up Philip marks the first time they've ever worked together. I asked if their friendship and familiarity with each other made it easier to dig into the caustic arguments of their characters in the film.
“Welcome to my nightmare.” This is how Fury director David Ayer jokingly reacts to my initial question about filming an entire World War II drama involving tanks.