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Megan Fox hates Jonah Hex so much she's not going to allow her kids to watch it.
Not to worry, fans, you werenít the only one who didnít enjoy 2010ís Jonah Hex. Star Josh Brolin had a terrible time making it, too, and hereís how he would have fixed it.
Here youíll find our latest quiz, testing just how well all of you know the not-so-famous players in the history of DC Comics based films. Read our hints, guess the name, check your answers, and be sure to take our poll at the end to see how well you did compared to others!
What you have to keep in mind, of course, is that they're not judging the quality of the movies themselves but the quality of the makeup work, and whether you like it or not, removing half of
What can we learn from a summer with so few superhero movies, so many flops and very little that will be fondly remembered by the time the air gets cool? Believe it or not, there are a few trends to be found
It's no secret that, up until the release of Toy Story 3 last weekend, the summer of 2010 had been a massive disappointment. Box office totals are down and suddenly
Pixar proved it wasn't toying around this weekend with the third installation in its Toy Story series. Toy Story III, the eleventh full length movie from Pixar Animation Studios
I know Iím supposed to be cynical and snarky when ever I write anything about Jonah Hex, Josh Brolinís cowboy movie seems to be the favorite whipping boy
Jonah Hex will be released in theaters this weekend, though you could be forgiven for not knowing that given the complete lack of promotion Warner Bros. has thrown behind it
This week is all about cowboys. One looks ridiculous, tells corny jokes, has a bunch of little gadgets to play with and is someone only a stupid kid could appreciate. And the other is Woody
Need final proof that Warner Bros. is hoping no one will notice Jonah Hex when it slumps into theaters next Friday? The movie is a week away from release, and only the second full clip from the movie has shown up online
Thereís a lot of skepticism out there surrounding Jonah Hex and this new trailer for the film probably wonít do much to erase it. Itís much the same as the last trailer
Character posters are almost always super duper boring, and it looks like Jonah Hex isn't going to break that trend. Though to be fair, I've had it in for Jonah Hex since day one
Jonah Hex finally has a trailer and, in spite of that distracting flap of skin hanging over Josh Brolinís mouth which I realize is in the comics but doesnít really work at all on an actual human being
When we say short, we mean it-- the entire clip is 10 seconds long including all the SyFy logos crammed in there
Those whoíve seen it havenít exactly had a lot of great things to say about Jonah Hex but Iím a sucker for movies in which characters wear cool hats, and besides thereís been plenty of time to re-edit and improve it
Children aren't allowed into the American International Toy Fair. This is most likely because they don't want kids grabbing at the toys, running around the aisles, or breaking anything. I have come up with another reason: I'm fairly certain that it would cause their head to explode.
When we sat down last week to talk about Fish Tank, Fassbender was happy to discuss everything he's been up to, from teaming up with director Andrea Arnold to create the brutal and honest tone of Fish Tank to joining Basterds co-star Christoph Waltz
Reshoots have become the new vampires in Hollywood. They're super cool and super annoying. In the good ol' days, a bad movie was a bad movie, and studios had no choice but to release them. Nowadays, studios can smell a stinker
Reshoots are rarely a good thing. That's common knowledge, what's even rarer is a studio calling in a big name to help a small time director out with his/her reshoots