It sucks that we caved in to “terrorist” threats, but why couldn’t North Korea have come after these films as well?
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Hollywood has had an embarrassing legacy of racist stereotypes in film. One of the most common is Asian stereotypes–be it from "yellow peril" villains like Fu Manchu or buffoons like…
Masks and avengers go together like the New York Knicks and sadness.
The movie of the weekend (at least as far as box office was concerned) was Michel Gondry’s (or was it actually Seth Rogen’s?) The Green Hornet.
The Green Hornet is the number 1 movie this weekend, but that doesn’t mean that everyone is satisfied.
Michel Gondry’s film ‘The Green Hornet’ is now in theaters. Seth Rogen, who not only stars in the film but wrote and executive-produced it, sat down with comedian Michael Kosta in LA. Watch him talk comics, wild hotel parties and nutshots in this exclusive interview.
Leading lady Cameron Diaz chatted with Screen Junkies in LA to promote her new film “The Green Hornet” and things got steamy – at least comedian Michael Kosta thinks so. He’s got problems in his brain parts.
Here’s a Masters course in the aesthetics of film. And why Stephen Chow asks “Why?” so much.
Her role in The Green Hornet may mark her first ever film appearance, but Analeigh Tipton can’t quite be called an unknown.
Maybe Thor vs. The Green Hornet would be a pretty one-sided street fight, but their respective marketing teams have released competitively badass new movie posters.
The Green Hornet is as good as any Green Hornet movie could probably be, which is to say he’s not a very interesting superhero.
Ever wanted to attend the star-studded premiere of a major studio film? Well now’s your chance to pretend you’re doing just that! Tonight we’ll be streaming the premiere of The Green Hornet right here.
Seth Rogen’s partner in writing walked us through some of the unique aspects of their version of The Green Hornet. He also dishes on Seth and Jay vs. The Apocalypse.
The Green Hornet opens this Friday, and features Black Beauty: a tricked-out 1965 Chrysler Crown Imperial. The car looks pretty bad ass, but how does it stack up to other classic cinematic rides? Take a look at the list below and judge for yourself.
DIRECTOR: Michel Gondry CAST: Seth Rogen; Jay Chou; Cameron Diaz; Christoph Waltz; Edward Furlong; Tom Wilkinson SYNOPSIS: By night, debonair newspaper publisher Britt Reid fights crime as a masked superhero…
The new theatrical trailer for The Green Hornet has a lot going for it. It’s got lots of guns, cool cars, some hot chicks, and even a few jokes thrown in for good measure. But what most impressed me about the trailer was the “Kato Vision.”
If you liked the domestic trailer for The Green Hornet, you'll love the new international trailer. It's basically the same as the domestic, except all references to freedom and democracy have been removed. The same goes for the scene where Seth Rogen wraps himself in an American flag and takes a dump on a map of the world. Other than that, it's pretty much the same.Watch the international trailer for the The Green Hornet after the jump.
Sorry, I'm addicted to onamonapia and bad puns.The official trailer for The Green Hornet is out, which is more than I can say for a certain New England Patriots' quarterback (all your supermodel and hot-actress baby mommas don't fool me, Tomás).In the film, the protagonist, Britt Reid (Seth Rogan), is a millionaire playboy who is forced to give up his hard-partying ways in order to fight crime. If that sounds familiar, it's probably because it's the same plot as Iron Man, Batman and every other superhero movie you've ever seen. But in a twist reminiscent of my high school chemistry class, Reid lets his Asian friend Kato (Jay Chou) do all the hard work, and basically just goes along for the ride.It's not a stereotype if it really happened.Watch The Green Hornet take credit for Kato's hard work after the jump.
Though the trailer isn't set to premiere until tonight, we've got a duo of official photos from Michel Gondry's The Green Hornet. The photos show a slimmed-down Seth Rogen as the Hornet and Jay Chou's Kato in action. In the first, we see the boys running away from a massive explosion in full action hero mode. In the second, we see Kato with his gun trained at someone in what looks like a Benihana restaurant. A word to the wise, you throw broccoli at Jay Chou's face, you risk losing your face.What's missing is Gondry's trademark loopy art direction. I don't see yarn or cardboard in either of these. There's not even any macaroni art. Somebody had better swede this movie immediately.SEE SETH ROGEN: ACTION STAR AFTER THE JUMP…