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Bill Paxton has admitted that he drew inspiration for two of his sleaziest roles from his father, but he means it in a loving way. Honest.
One Forrest Gump fan has set out to recreate the film's coast-to-coast running scene, all in the name of charity.
Nixed superhero mega-movie, Justice League Mortal, had big plans for 2009 with Mad Max mastermind, George Miller… until it all fell apart. Now, it seems that folks fascinated by the 86’d attempt are putting together a documentary film, illustrating what went wrong on this once-auspicious epic.
One fan took all of the rumors, leaks, and spoilers, put them together, and created a detailed outline of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Part of the fun of Jurassic World is going to be watching the dinosaurs run amok and chow down on tourists, and this new video shows the filmmakers have no problem killing off characters.
At this point, the dead horse of an observation rightfully identifying 1997’s Batman & Robin as an unwatchable abomination has been beaten beyond use for even a glue factory. Yet, for George Clooney, the stigma of headlining that horror still stings. In a recent interview, Clooney reinforces his regret with an apology to moviegoers.
Without dabbling in too many spoilers, King’s book follows a set of characters and close friends as they confront the ultimate evil on two separate occasions. A proper adaptation was always going to be a challenge. Trying to reduce It to one movie sounds downright impossible.
In honor or Memorial Day, one Indiana movie theater is setting up a very special screening of American Sniper for veterans.
Arnold Schwarzenegger readies a return in Terminator Genisys in a little over a month. However, the aging Austrian ass-kicker has another old-school homecoming in the works with The Legend of Conan. According to a writer/producer working on the long-belated sequel, the film will actually feature as many as three returning characters from the original film!
Hulk Hogan candidly admits in this Q-and-A that his acting career “sucked,” and he takes credit for opening the door for fellow wrestlers to make names for themselves as box-office draws. I don’t know if a role in a fourth Expendables movie would juice Hogan’s career as a movie star. Ask Wesley Snipes what The Expendables 3 did for his stardom.
It’s certainly been awhile since we’ve gotten a worthy Johnny Depp performance. And with his last film Mortdecai embarrassingly tanking, it’s about damn time the critically acclaimed actor step up his game. And what better way to do so then by playing a terrifyingly badass Boston gangster.
After playing an astronaut stranded on a frozen planet in Interstellar, Matt Damon is heading back into space with the starring role in The Martian. And, once again, he plays an astronaut left to fend for himself on another planet.
Joe Manganiello is returning as Big Dick Richie for Magic Mike XXL, along with his band of stripper buddies. And, if the words of a former True Blood stud are worth anything, we haven’t seen nuthin’ yet.
The X-Men movie series has typically stuck to the task of tackling immense threats to the world. While that’s all well and good for those team dynamic films, it’s starting to sound as if Channing Tatum wants to break that mold a bit with his upcoming solo shot in next year’s Gambit. Could we be seeing a different take on the origin film?
Knowing how this goes, he’ll make the rounds on a few late-night talk shows, maybe attempt to recapture his viral-video glory, and probably sleep with a bag of ice on the bridge of his nose for the next few weeks.
You probably heard the rumors about the tumultuous making-of process of Fantastic Four, but just how bad did things get? New rumors hit the airwaves recently suggesting that another director was brought in to handle the reshoots of the film, though Trank almost immediately denounced them.
There's still a lot we don't know about Captain America: Civil War. We know that Iron Man and First Avenger will be locked in a heated, politically driven battle, as Crossbones enters the fray to wreak some havok. However, might this famed Captain America baddie not play as integral a role as we thought?
Kirk De Micco and Chris Sanders' The Croods had a rather impressive voice cast full of stars - but the sequel is evidently going even bigger. How do we know? Because all of the lead cast members will be back, and this time around joined by Leslie Mann and Kat Dennings.
It’s time for another edition of This Rotten Week, as the summer blockbuster season rolls on – as does the season of counter-programming films. Going head to head this week is the giant earthquake of San Andreas versus the romantic comedy of Cameron Crowe’s Aloha.
Back in 2012, writer/director Quentin Tarantino once again brought his incredible skills back to the big screen with Django Unchained. Naturally, we’re only more excited for his next cinematic adventure, which will be coming soon in the form of the violent new post-Civil War drama The Hateful Eight.