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Set Aside Four Minutes To Watch This 'Captain America: Winter Soldier' Clip

Looks like it took on some elements of 'Bourne'. One of the most anticipated films of the year is inching its way to theaters, and we've got an early four-minute look at what we're in for with Captain America: Winter Soldier. It's nothing unexpected or surprising, but it looks pretty fun nonetheless, and it seems to be even more stylized than the original. So take a gander, and see if the slightly new direction this franchise has taken makes it more or less appealing to you. If you're a fan of the Marvel universe, though, you've probably already made up your mind.


Check Out The Star-Studded Trailer For 'Digging For Fire'

This has to be the most high-profile cast ever assembled for a film named after a Pixies song. Do you like Jake Johnson? How about Orlando Bloom, Anna Kendrick, Sam Elliott, Ron Livingston, Chris Messina, Jenny Slate, Melanie Lynskey, Sam Rockwell, Mike Birbiglia, and Brie Larson? Huh? You like THOSE actors? Cause if you do, then the Digging for Fire trailer might interest you. Joe Swanberg is directing a film about a crisis in the life of two 30-something LA residents. I don't want to give away any plot points, but if that cast doesn't motivate you to watch the trailer, then you're probably not going to watch it no matter what. (Vulture)


You'll Probably Want To Watch This 'Red Tails' Trailer

Did George Lucas make a good movie? He made an awesome trailer at the very least. The trailer for the  George Lucas-produced Red Tails opens with World War II fighter pilots getting shredded. Which looks pretty spectacular, I have to say. That's where Terrence Howard and the Tuskegee Airmen come in. The legendary group of African-American combat pilots fight through red tape in order to escort bombers to their targets. The real star of the trailer are the visual effects, but it seems like they did the Airmen's story justice as well. It's directed by Anthony Hamilton (The Wire, Treme) and stars Howard, NeYo, Andre Royo, Nate Parker, David Oyelowo, Cuba Gooding Jr., Bryan Cranston, and Method Man to name a few. If only they had cast Chris Rock to humorously point out the different ways in which white people and black people fly.


Dennis Quaid Refers To Someone As 'Dopey The Dick' During Movie Set Freak-Out

It's sometimes nice to just kick back and watch older men lose their sh*t. He's no Christian Bale, but you can't blame Dennis Quaid for a terrific effort in this found footage movie set freak out. It's a little too good to be true, leaving some wondering if it's fake or staged. He sure does enunciated well for a guy in the middle of a meltdown, but he was just in the middle of doing a scene, so maybe that was his mindset. Anyway, it's fun to see ole' wholesome Dennis Quaid get a little fire in his belly. Here's the clip. Don't be a Dopey the Dick. Don't wander into Dennis Quaid's set while he's ACTING.


The Victors Must Be Eradicated In 'Hunger Games: Catching Fire' Trailer

It ain't easy being famous in the Districts. Jennifer Lawrence is back as Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Since we last saw Katniss, she's now famous for proving her efficiency at murdering teenagers as well as her talent for putting a middle finger in the face of the Capitol. This doesn't sit well with Donald Sutherland's cartoon-evil President Snow and he intends to do something about it. Like beating random old men in front of hundreds of witnesses. That's really going to hurt the old man vote. Though the real news here is the addition of Philip Seymour Hoffman to the series. He steps in for Wes Bentley as Plutarch Heavensbee, the new Head Gamemaker tasked with killing off Katniss and the other victors. Regrettably, he doesn't wear a silly wig or beard. I guess there's only so much money the studio could drive up to his house.