The third, and possibly final chapter, in the rebooted Apes franchise, War for the Planet of the Apes is an incredible, dark, epic story that finds Caesar (Andy Serkis) up against the fanatical and ruthless Colonel (Woody Harrelson), who will stop at nothing to wipe apekind out of existence.
After any chance at a peace between humans and apes was shattered in Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Caesar (Andy Serkis) has to lead his troops in a war for the planet against humans led by the Colonel (Woody Harrelson)
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes rode it’s wave of critical acclaim to a $70+ million opening weekend and releasing the box office from the cold, idiotic hands of Transformers.
The new, full length trailer for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes reveals the details of the impending war between apes and humans.
After the virus unleashed at the end of Rise of the Planet of the Apes wipes out most of humanity, the survivors are on the brink of war with Caesar and his even more evolved apes in next summer’s Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.
This week on the Everything Actioncast, the entire crew of Zach, Chris, Brian and Joe try to figure out how you go from Morgan Freeman to Tyler Perry with the new Alex Cross movie, the family dynamics of Taken 2, Burn Notice, the cutting edge satire of Sesame Street, the healing power of lacrosse, whether Abe Lincoln: Vampire Hunter was a good adaptation or not and much more.
Some news about a couple of upcoming sequels and prequels as well as a bunch of projects springing out of the successful return of The Muppets last year.
This week in the News Shotgun we get our first look and info on Taken 2, some screenwriters signed on for sequels, and some casting news for some upcoming action movies.
It’s time again to honor the best and worst of the past year with the awards you actually care about. Who will win Ass Kicker of the Year and what is the Kick Ass Movie of the Year? Read on to find out.
Your beloved Everything Actioncast hosts give you their picks for the ten best movies of 2011 and it’s almost unanimous what our favorite movie was.