If you’re a fan of The Killing, Falling Skies or USA Network’s latest hit show Graceland, you’ll easily recognize the face of Brandon Jay McLaren. He was put into a coma on The Killing after being wrongly suspected of murder, killed off by aliens on Falling Skies
Henry Cavill’s turn as Superman in Man Of Steel shows how every reboot of a superhero franchise makes them bigger, darker and more intense. That didn’t happen with Brandon Routh in Superman Returns, and about the only thing he got famous for was being in the John Hamm superpacking league.
Robert Nagle is that guy that makes it possible for stars like Vin Diesel, Christian Bale, Tom Cruise, Ryan Gosling and Armie Hammer look badass in the movies. You don’t know his name, but he’s widely respected in Hollywood as one of the top stuntmen in the industry.
A movie including the all powerful Google with a high profile seems like it would have made the Vince Vaughn/Owen Wilson The Internship and easy top box office performer, but with a clever and extremely well executed marketing scheme, the micro-budget horror pic The Purge surpasses everyone’s expectations.
Superheroes can be pretty high maintenance, and the cost of their second job saving the planet can be rather sky high as in the case of Batman’s Bruce Wayne or Ironman 3′s Tony Stark. Not the case with Man Of Steel’s Clark Kent (Henry Cavill).
Will Smith and son couldn’t even save the latest M. Night Shyamalan After Earth mess at the box office this weekend. Marketing for the film kept the filmmaker’s name pretty quiet and pushed the Smith one, but we’ll see if studios keep wanting to throw money at the once hot director.
It came as quite the shock when Starz announced that Spartacus War Of the Damned would be the final season seeing Liam McIntyre, Ellen Hollman, Manu Bennett and Dustin Clare battling for blood both on the field and off.
Summer’s here and we’re ready to kick it off with another Anchor Bay Entertainment giveaway, and this time’s it’s for the Charlie Zone blu-ray. This one tool four awards at the 2011 Atlantic Film Festival and it’s a pretty intense one.
Dwayne Johnson and Vin Diesel’s Fast & Furious 6 easily ran over The Hangover Part III making for the biggest Memorial Day weekend and 4 day holiday box office ever. I loved is as our review showed and don’t expect The Hangover’s final end to stay in the top 5
The Alice Eve underwear scene in Star Trek Into Darkness was just supposed to be a simple one showing Captain Kirk (Chris Pine) being a bit of a womanizer, but man did it cause quite the stir! Now JJ Abrams has released a deleted scene of Benedict Cumberbatch taking a shower and not looking so happy.
Hugh Jackman’s The Wolverine movie trailer has hit, and he’s definitely got plenty of challenges to overcome as he’s isolated in modern day China. There’s plenty to fight and then he gets to go up against the rather large Silver Samurai.
The latest trailer for Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer’s The Lone Ranger hit, and it’s just as action packed as the others. This one focuses on the big train caper scene, and as much as they’ve shown it, I imagine it’ll be the big spectacle piece of the film