Ryan Reynolds has not had an easy time with franchises. He’s the kind of handsome, charismatic and blandly likeable actor you’d think would be leading his own action franchise by now but despite a few attempts – his ‘Blade’ spinoff went nowhere, ‘Deadpool’ continues to go nowhere and the less said about ‘The Green Lantern’ the better – has come up empty.
But if at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. Enter: ‘Highlander.’
Last night, Conan O’Brien visited ‘The Late Show With David Letterman’ – his first appearance on that show in over 13 years and his first late-night appearance since being fired as host of ‘The Tonight Show.’ Naturally with their combined dislike of Jay Leno, you could see where the interview would be going…
Liam Neeson has a very particular set of skills. Skills that have transformed this actor, once known for his dramatic, Oscar-nominated work, into an action star. Just in the past few years he’s starred in ‘Taken,’ ‘Clash of the Titans,’ ‘A-Team,’ ‘Unknown’ and this Friday’s ‘Battleship.’ And now he’s got his own action franchise as ‘Taken 2‘ is set to hit theaters later this year. Let’s take a first look…
Actor Nick Stahl, perhaps best known for his portrayal of John Connor in ‘Terminator 3: Rise of the Machine’ was reported missing by his wife in Los Angeles on Monday after he disappeared for five days.
Did you go see ‘The Avengers‘ this weekend? Are you a big ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ fan? Do you still watch old episodes of ‘Firefly?’ If you answered yes to any of those things, Joss Whedon has something he wants to tell you.
‘Snow White and the Huntsman‘ has a lot going against it. It’s the second ‘Snow White’ movie to come in just a few months (‘Mirror, Mirror’ hit theaters in late March), it’s attempting to put a modern, action-movie spin on the classic fairy tale, and it stars Kristen Stewart, an actress frequently criticized for her wooden line readings.
Yet despite all this, we can’t help but think ‘Snow White’ looks pretty damn good.
Every year it seems like the summer movie season starts earlier and earlier. You can argue that last year it started in April with the release of ‘Fast Five.’ This year, you can argue that it starts in March with the release of ‘The Hunger Games.’
In 1984, a young Disney animator named Tim Burton directed his live-action debut, the short film ‘Frankenweenie.’ Disney planned for the short to run before a theatrical re-release of ‘Pinocchio,’ but once they screened the completed project, they fired Burton on the spot.
Burton, of course, went on to a somewhat legendary career as a filmmaker and in 2010 made Disney over $1 billion on ‘Alice in Wonderland.’ And now, in 2012, Disney is finally OK with the idea of a little boy who brings his dead dog back to life.
The ultimate superhero crossover movie is almost here. Marvel released the full trailer for ‘The Avengers’ today, which shows Iron Man, Hulk, Thor, Captain America, Black Widow, Hawkeye and Nick Fury in action. While the teaser trailer hinted at the action to come, this new trailer lays it all out there for you (including plenty of shots of a rampaging Hulk).
It’s only fitting that after the 2012 Oscars, Jimmy Kimmel would debut a trailer for the most epic, star-studded movie of all-time. It’s over eight minutes long, stars 2012 Oscar nominees George Clooney, Gary Oldman, and Meryl Streep plus Matt Damon, Jessica Alba, Samuel L. Jackson, Charlize Theron, Tom Hanks, Cameron Diaz and Gabourey Sidibe as Black Hitler (who threatens Earth while riding on a meteor). It is, as Kimmel himself put it, the “greatest movie ever made.”
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