Secret Service agent Mike Banning (Gerard Butler) is back and has to protect the President (Aaron Eckhart) when a visit to London goes horribly wrong in London Has Fallen.
A group of old school gamers are the only ones who can save the Earth from an alien invasion in this summer’s Pixels.
Kane Hodder crawls out of the swamps of Cape Cod to attack a group of friends who have already survived another evil force in the upcoming, 80’s style horror movie, Muck.
The Dan Band took a break from covering female-centric songs and performing for weddings in the Todd Phillips movie universe to deliver a Christmas album full of filthy and hilarious original songs.
With two decent solo efforts earlier this year, is the team up of legends Stallone and Schwarzengger able to make Escape Plan an action classic? The answer may surprise you.
The first of two “Die Hard in the White House” movies out this year, Olympus has Fallen not only sets the bar high for White House Down, but also puts the actual Die Hard movie released this year to shame.
A veteran of UCB, Matt Walsh has showed up in pretty much every Todd Phillips movie, and other TV shows and movies as well, usually playing some sort of sarcastic/dead pan cop or doctor.
The greatest wedding band in the world, The Dan Band, burst onto the scene in Old School with their fantastic, and expletive filled, cover of Bonnie Tyler’s “Total Eclipse of the Heart” and have appeared in pretty much every Todd Phillips movie since, along with putting out two albums, a Bravo special and touring.
The “found footage” genre makes it’s way into the high school party genre with the Todd Phillips produced “Project X” (not to be confused with the Matthew Broderick movie)
Check out the trailer for the latest comedy from Todd Phillips, director of Old School and The Hangover.