New pics for G.I. Joe: Retaliation and the Whitney Houston drama Sparkle have hit the Web. Also, check out the first look images for Step Up 4 and Woody Allen's latest, To Rome With Love.
The G.I. Joe sequel (aka G.I. Joe 2: Retaliation) has all sorts of amusing things in its corner: A) Bruce Willis. B) The Rock. C) director John Chu. D) Zombieland screenwriters Ryan Wernick and Rhett Reese. E) No Marlon Wayans. Check out trailer number one, inside!
While we’ve heard rumblings for months, it definitely looks like we’re going to get a sequel to G.I. Joe, and now we know who’s going to direct the thing. Justin Bieber: Never Say Never director Jon Chu has surprisingly been chosen to lead the sequel after impressing Paramount with a strong opening for Never Say Never, as well as his ability to churn out a "fan cut" of the film...
When news regarding the next Superman movie started traveling around the internet, one of the early fan favorites to take on the role of Supes was Jon Hamm, of Mad Men fame. While a little old for the part (he’s 40), there was still hope that the new film would feature an aging Superman and not someone in their twenties.
It's not much, but right before Marvel paraded out its cast for the 2012 film on the final night of Comic-Con, the lights in Hall H dimmed and they screened a teaser trailer of sorts that featured Samuel L. Jackson's Nick Fury talking over a spinning logo. If you're really itchin' for a little two years out...
Because … why not? Poor G.I. Joe has been ridiculed for months now, with fans never really giving the film a fighting chance even though trailers showed exactly the type of movie one would expect from something based primarily on a Hasbro toy line. Like with Transformers before it, you're going to get a big, dumb (but fun) action-adventure that won't exactly win any screenwriting awards,...
Welcome back to another fun-tastic week at the box office, where even the least buzzed-about films have a shot at taking home the crown. Last week Judd Apatow’s Funny People managed to win the weekend with a pretty light haul ($22 million), but now Hollywood is doling out another big, action-packed blockbuster. Will the bad buzz hurt its opening take, or will all the kids line up ...
Paramount has given us three new exclusive images to share with you from G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra. The first one is a battle scene between Storm Shadow (Byung-hun Lee) and Snake Eyes (Ray Park). The second shows a very pissed off Scarlett (Rachel Nichols). And the final image is of Baroness (Sienna Miller) giving us a flirty stare over her sunglasses. Check here for complete G.I. Joe...
As a kid in the late '70s, early '80s, I loved stuff like Voltron, Marvel comics (especially Iron Man, Captain America and the Avengers), the comic book G.I. Joe and later the animated movie and t.v. show, and early on, Speed Racer (Racer X in particular) and the cartoon Submariner. It's great to see how some of these childhood favorites are starting to translate into full-fledged,...
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