The guy did ‘Shanghai Knights’, so his track record in accurate retellings of medieval lore speaks for itself.
Here are your weekend links.
If you’re tired of not having water shot into your face as you watch ‘The King’s Speech’, pay attention: This is your Woodstock.
We’ll finally learn how he got so good at hitting guys.
What’s the point of this film? Easy. “Your pet monkeys will one day turn on you.”
The costume designer picked out some pretty impressive pants. Give her a raise.
It’s a great week to be a movie fan. Of course course by “great,” I mean “abysmal.”
Monkey masks, flamethrowers, and rape kits. Need I say more?
This MIGHT not be the official release.
The end of the world seems like a bummer.
This should calm any fears that ‘Conan’ wouldn’t get an R rating.
And here I thought Voldemort lost it to cocaine.
An extremely well done, fun film with terrific creatures.
A Jim Carrey penguin movie. It totally delivers on having Jim Carrey and penguins in it.
Jodie Whitaker stars in Attack the Block.
Expect to see a lot of him in the next ‘Mission: Impossible’ sequel.
Get ready for a really quirky magician.
Magicians versus Hitler. I’m there, dude.
Apparently, ridding the Earth of alien invaders is “Charlie work.”
Cumberbatch will serve as the voice and will provide the motions captured for the role of a dragon, which sounds pretty damn fun.
If you’ve spent any time around film students, chances are you’ve thought about punching them in the face.
Probably more entertaining than ‘Spider-man 3′.
This trailer highlights the path he’s taken from Harry the boy to Harry the wizard.
Persistence pays off as Luke Evans scores a blockbuster movie role as an archer.
He’ll embarrass the Reilly Family name in all new ways.
In 760 days or so, we’ll all be basking in the glory that is ‘Despicable Me 2′.
‘Ouija’ will serve as a bridge between the world of the living and the world of thin film plots.
To be fair, it’s hard to take “crazy” seriously when you’re that soft-spoken.
If there’s one thing we love more than movies, it’s strippers.
The Internet has destroyed the joy of going to the video store.