Sometimes this job is really tough.
All hail General Zod.
Watch the stuntmen do what they do best.
He made as many great movies as anybody else.
ActionFest premiered two scenes from the upcoming movie Weapon, starring Scott Adkins and Jean-Claude Van Damme.
I hope Lightning McQueen wants some spinning rims and hydraulic suspension. Disney is in talks with Ice Cube to produce and distribute ‘Chrome and Paint’, a drama about the South Central Los Angeles custom car scene.
People you will see in ‘The Hangover Part II': Zach Galifianakis, Bradley Cooper and Ed Helms. People who you will not see: Liam Neeson. Monkeys you will see: that monkey they now have.
The first new poster is inspired by classic Bond movies. Now I’m tempted to fashion my Corolla with a giant evil monocle, just to see what would happen.
Both Sean and Michael are amazing character actors, but which Bean/Biehn is the true magical fruit that doesn’t make us toot? Fight!
This is Willem Dafoe trying to frown. His face is stuck this way.
Yes, the ancient old Spider-Man is still webbing around. Maguire’s set to star in director Ang Lee’s adaptation of Yann Martel’s bestseller ‘Life of Pi’.
I’m hoping she was cast as the lady with three breasts.
Pence has been cast as a young Ra’s Al Ghul in Dark Knight Rises.
Wouldn’t it be cool if he was able to make it look like some of the X-Men were flying? Like, without wires or anything? That would be pretty neat.
His work with Ted Danson comes first.
Why the long face, Jeff? Oh, right. Clinical depression. Sorry, I forgot about that.
It goes from volleyball scene in ‘Top Gun’ to the opening of ‘Saving Private Ryan’ in the blink of an eye.
Great directors, great guys.
One role? You’ll have to try harder than that, Dave.
Vincent Gallo is playing multiple characters in his next film. Chloe Sevigny is going to have jaw trouble.
So now the actors won’t have to improvise all their lines.
Seems like taking your shirt off on “Californication” is a surefire gateway to the big pictures.
Over the years, Fox’s proposed reboot of 1947’s ‘The Secret Life of Walter Mitty’ has collected more comedian interest than a hot asian girl at a stand-up club wearing a tight Ghostbusters t-shirt.
Ben Affleck is in talks to join director Baz Luhrmann’s new version of the literary classic I somewhat remember from high school english class.
‘The Crow’ is back from the dead and ready to paint its face… to freak you out.
This man has forgotten more about sex than you’ve ever learned.
Arnold to give patrolling the US borders one more shot.
This Austrian film looks a bit like a great German film, in a very good way.
He’s shooting down rumors with the hope of tricking you into seeing ‘Scream 4′.
This is the spot where I would put a fitting quote from ‘Romeo and Juliet’. I wish I was smarter.