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Josh Brolin was one of the many actors to be cosndiered to play Batman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. As we all know, Ben Affleck eventually scored the role, and Brolin recently expressed his feelings about being passed over.
As it turns out, deciding to play the most notorious and all-powerful villain of the Marvel Cinematic Universe was easier than expected for Josh Brolin. While out promoting his latest film, Sicario, he dished on the “Mad Titan” Thanos.
Jake Gyllenhaal was not as widely praised for his wrestling drama Southpaw as some predicted, but could Everest be his savior? The first reviews are in and critics are trying to flush out whether Everest will rise as an early contender of the 2016 Oscar race.
The Mad Titan Thanos has faced off against numerous heavy-hitters of the Marvel Universe since his first appearance in 1973. With Josh Brolin primed and ready to take on the entire heroic roster of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Avengers: Infinity War, just which hero is he most excited to take on?
Thanos just couldn’t help himself in showing up for an instant in the Avengers 2 post-credits scene. While you can re-watch this scene on the Age of Ultron home release, the clip hit the web in glorious HD for your enjoyment. Check it out below.
Making a disaster film set on Mount Everest probably sounded like a great idea on paper. The problem is, though, when it became time to turn that script into a reality, the cast and crew involved knew that they would have to confront the elements head on to truly bring the tale to life.
As the trailer educates us, “Sicario” means “hitman” in Mexico, and Emily Blunt plays one of a trio of law-enforcement agents who cross the border on a shadowy and mysterious assignment to track the head of a brutal syndicate, hoping to eliminate his growing threat.
The Everest trailer is another beast all together. Cut together with that haunting high-pitched piano pluck and foreboding words, the footage features a cast that includes Jake Gyllenhaal, Josh Brolin and Jason Clarke as they make their way up to the tippy top of the most famous mountain, only to get knocked back down.
The upcoming crime thriller, Sicario has released its very first images showing what seems to be an intriguing cast dynamic between stars, Emily Blunt, Josh Brolin and Benecio Del Toro. The film focuses on an FBI agent played by Blunt who is placed into the world of Mexican drug cartels. Based on what's being seen, the ordeal will leave her marked not only ethically, but physically. Check out the new photos to see what we mean!
Thanos has popped up in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe just twice so far, but his presence has loomed large, as fans have been teased and promised further interactions between the monstrous villain and the famous ensemble of superheroes. And with Avengers: Age Of Ultron tantalizingly close to release, the big question now is will Thanos appear in the sequel?
Hey Cyndi Lauper. Why haven’t they started filming The Goonies 2 yet? Because the script isn’t “good enough! For you it’s … good enough."
In addition to this year featuring many outstanding leading men roles, we have also seen some truly incredible smaller character work from actors like J.K. Simmons, and Edward Norton. That being said, the Golden Globes have made the mistake of failing to nominate the true best supporting actor performance of the year.
In case you couldn't already tell, Thanos is kind of a big deal in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Not only is he an incredibly powerful intergalactic warlord, but he has already orchestrated some major events and has demonstrated huge plans for the future.
As Thanos, Josh Brolin is playing one of the scariest, most intimidating figures in the Marvel Universe. Even more than the fact that he is humungous physically and possesses incredible influence throughout the galaxy, the Mad Titan also eventually possess powers that give him the ability of a god. He inspires quite a good deal of fear wherever he goes – and weirdly enough that even extends to Josh Brolin.
Because The Goonies celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, The Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon started with sequel talk. Brolin played along, but emphasized that these conversations happen every couple of years.
Josh Brolin conducted an AMA this morning, which is chock full of fun and witty comments from the man himself. Yet buried in that wit and warmth is a challenge for one of Earth's mightiest heroes. Folks, it looks like the man of iron is going to face the mad titan, all for our own amusement!
Now that the summer season is coming to a close, we can start turning our attention towards the fall and, specifically, awards season. And there's some amazing stuff coming down the pike. The next few months will be delivering new titles from filmmakers like David Fincher, Christopher Nolan, Bennett Miller, and Ridley Scott - but right now we're going to focus on the latest feature from Paul Thomas Anderson.
Josh Brolin's late addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Thanos has not only given Marvel some more A-list talent to play with, it's given them some more artistic feedback as to where they should head next in their Phase 3 preparations. And boy, does Brolin have some suggestions they're gonna love!
This seems like a fantastic assemblage of talents, especially giving the Coens a few familiar faces, and some exciting new players (like Tatum and Fiennes) who are proving capable of comedy in movies by the likes of Wes Anderson, Phil Lord and Chris Miller.
The Coen brothers remain on an incredible role, and while they have leaned toward drama the past few times out, it sounds like Hail Caesar will be closer in tone to Burn After Reading, a slap-sticky farce that bites the hand that feeds the filmmaking duo.