Robert Downey Jr. is back on another case as Sherlock Holmes and if you liked the first movie, you’ll probably enjoy this sequel, as it as everything that was great about the first movie, just more of it.
Just squeaking onto shelves in time for the holidays is this week’s new releases including our Pick of the Week: Futurama Vol. 6
Despite the shameless exploitation of it by Hot Topic and the like, The Nightmare Before Christmas is still a holiday classic and part of that is it’s fantastic soundtrack, scored and sung by Danny Elfman.
No was exactly clamoring for a sequel to last year’s remake of Clash of the Titans but that’s what we’re getting next Spring as Sam Worthington’s Perseus is back to face off against the titular Titans and rescue Zeus from the Underworld.
The wait is over for the first full trailer for one of the most anticipated movies of next year, The Dark Knight Rises. Let the frame by frame analysis begin! *Update* The final theatrical trailer is out and reveals more of what the actual plot is and has tons of new footage.
Sherlock Holmes 2 managed to take the top spot at the box office this weekend, but underperformed compared to the original while MI4 is off to a great start with it’s limited IMAX debut.
This week in the Shotgun we have news about Drive, the book’s, sequel, rejected special effects for the Green Goblin, the first look at Stallone in “Bullet to the Head” and more.
Bryan Singer enters the gritty fairytale battle of 2012 with his take on Jack and the Beanstalk, starring X-Men: First Class’s Nicolas Hoult (Beast) as Jack.
The holiday movies are starting to come out with Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows and the inexplicable third Alvin and the Chipmunks movie, Chipwrecked.
Probably best known as evil San Fransisco sorcerer David Lo Pan, James Hong is one of the most prolific character actors with over 360 roles.