It’s the final weekend of July, and it almost feels like the summer movie season’s version of Labor Day weekend. No, we don’t get a day off from work, but with Cowboys & Aliens arriving this weekend it kinda feels like the last of the giant popcorn blockbusters are arriving in theaters. Let’s take a look at this week’s competition...
As we look forward to August, plenty of action movies and comedies will hit the screen with a couple of horror flicks and dramas mixed in. With the last month of summer upon us, it's time to vote for your most anticipated movie for the month of August.
While George Lucas continues to figure out how to get his live-action Star Wars TV show going, today we get our first look at Red Tails, a World War II movie centered on the first African-American military air squadron, the Tuskegee Airmen. Take a look at the high-flying trailer and let us know what you think.
HBO’s Entourage may be ending its run on the small screen – the eighth, and final, season started earlier this week – but that’s not likely to be end of the line for Vincent, Ari, Eric, and the rest of the gang. Plans are afoot to bring the series to the silver screen. Yes, an Entourage movie is in the works. Are you excited?
Fresh off the heals of the Toronto Film Festival releasing their slate of films, Venice has unveiled the movies that will be competing for Best Film and the Golden Lion trophy. Among the notable entries are George Clooney’s The Ides of March, Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy starring Gary Oldman, David Cronenberg’s A Dangerous Method and Roman Polanski’s Carnage.
Joe Pesci is suing Fiore Films claiming the makers of the biopic about the Gotti family reduced his role to a lesser part and gave him a $2 million salary cut. Pesci claims the company used his name and likeness to promote the movie and attract investors but now doesn’t want to honor its original offer to him. Does he have a justifiable complaint?
The Alamo Drafthouse has quickly garnered a reputation as one of the greatest movie theaters in the history of mankind…or at least the history of movie theaters. With their signature events, ample food and drink selection, and strict no-talking policy, they make obsolete all tawdry multiplexes and completely redefine the movie-going experience. Here’s what they’re up to this week!
If its 'working stiffs who decide to rob the billionaire who defrauded their pensions' plot weren't such a blatant capitalization on recent financial scandals, you'd be forgiven for thinking that Tower Heist looks like an ensemble robbery comedy that someone like Woody Allen would have tried to make 13 years ago.
Just in case you haven’t heard enough about politics in the past few weeks, the debut poster and trailer for the upcoming electoral drama The Ides of March has arrived. Ides is directed by and stars George Clooney as a presidential candiate on his way to victory if not for the dubious practices of a young PR person played by Ryan Gosling.
Ron Howard is ditching his BFF Dan Brown. The Frost/Nixon director released The Da Vinci Code and Angels & Demons -- adaptations of Dan Brown's bestselling novels starring Tom Hanks as Harvard University symbologist Robert Langdon. Deadline is reporting that Howard won't be taking on the remake of Brown's 2009 Freemason tale, The Lost Symbol.
Hot on the heels of the debut of Katniss Everdeen’s (Jennifer Lawrence) main men, Gale Hawthorne (Liam Hemsworth) and Peeta Mellark (Josh Hutcherson), on the upcoming cover of Entertainment Weekly, comes three additional images from within the article and two photos that are considered the very first stills from The Hunger Games.
Every once in a while, a friend request comes along that will change your life forever. That’s the tag line for the hot parody trailer burning up YouTube this week. Check out the uplifting trailer and feel free to post to your Facebook.
The action-packed trailer for Peter Berg's board game-turned-action flick Battleship has hit the web. What are you thoughts on this larger-than-life film? Also, Jason Sudeikis organzies an Orgy and Cameron Crowe documents the rise of Pearl Jam.
With a final cast longer than an awards-night guest list, the first trailer for Garry Marshall’s New Year’s Eve has hit the ‘net. With this new batch of big-name actors and actresses, we felt the urge to ask the obvious question: Who from the cast would be your midnight kiss? Vote in our poll and let us know if you plan of watching this movie!
Granted it’s only a cover shot, but Entertainment Weekly will feature a first look at Josh Hutcherson as Peeta Mellark and Liam Hemsworth as Gale Hawthorne on their upcoming issue on newsstands next week. What do you think Games fans? Do Peeta and Gale look like how you imagined they would?
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