X-Men: Days Of Future Past has become a juggernaut of the 2014 summer box office. So naturally, it's time to celebrate, which has led director Bryan Singer to dabble in some ink.
Quick! Think of the sleaziest, most unseemly way to make money possible. I haven’t the slightest idea what filth you thought of, but I can tell you Ken Jeong’s answer: murdering a celebrity in order to win a death pool.
Outcast, helmed by first-time filmmaker Nick Powell, pairs Cage with Star Wars outcast Hayden Christensen (of course) on a quest for vengeance in a feudal, samurai, sword and sorcery epic. Nope. That is not a series of amazing typos.
Some rumblings have been going around about the original Star Wars trilogy finding its way, in all of its unaltered glory, to Blu Ray in the near future. While this might not be the easiest prospect, there is hope.
Clearly it's an exciting time for Zack Snyder right now, as his Batman v. Superman: Dawn Of Justice is one of the most talked about releases on deck for 2016. Things are about to get a little more exciting, as he and his crew are breaking out their passports and heading to lovely Morocco. But why?
The fact that Relativity wants to stay in the November Man game bodes very well for this debut film, and suddenly makes me more excited to check it out.
As the film won't go into production until 2015, there's no footage to speak of. Instead, The Hateful Eight opens on snow-covered dunes while a "western-style ballad" plays over title cards that tell of strangers being forced together after being stranded in a blizzard. “They soon discovered they shared a deadly connection” reads the titles before blood splatters across them.
Pierce Brosnan started out a star in the 1980's, and has made quite a name for himself ever since. But there's one role he didn't really take to that would have changed everything, had he actually taken it seriously.
As Disney has its own live-action remake of The Jungle Book in the works with Jon Favreau at the helm to rival Warner Bros' Jungle Book: Origins, we've created a helpful image guide to keep straight the who's who of it all.
Clearly Thanos isn’t as big of a menace in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as some would have you think he is. In fact, it looks like they’re really saving him for The Avengers 3 more than anything, save for a couple of appearances and mentions used to push the story along to the eventual Infinity Gauntlet storyline.
It's happened to all of us. Everyone is raving about a movie with a "big twist." You totally mean to see it. And right before you do, some jackass accidentally drops the bomb. The Sixth Sense. The Crying Game. The Usual Suspects. All these are movies that are more entertaining if you don't know that mind-blowing twist in advance.
A screener of the movie arrived with a copy of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles saved for viewing. The following images were shared via Imgur. They show an official Paramount masthead, a handwritten letter, and a heartbreaking image of a strong Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fan smiling from a major accomplishment.
Frank Miller is a comic book author known and admired for his deeply dark brand of visual storytelling, perhaps most recognized from the movie adaptations of his graphic novels Sin City and the upcoming Sin City: A Dame To Kill For. It turns out, Miller is outright hostile to movie adaptations of his characters that he himself didn't have a hand in helming, and that includes every single Batman movie. In fact, he hates them. Every. Single. One.
Bill Murray is an American comedy icon. But Canada has beat the U.S. to the chase in giving the star of such beloved movies as Groundhog Day, Ghostbusters and Stripes his very own day of honor. Well played, Canada. Well played.
So the Up clip demonstrates what we all pretty much knew. There are a lot of pretenders in this universe, and they think they can ape Michael Bay’s style. But when you boil it down to the facts, there is only one Michael Bay on this planet.