Before he was battling Batman as Superman, Henry Cavill was taking on drunken warlord Mickey Rourke in Tarsem Singh’s 300esque Immortals.
Three new movies arrive in theaters but none impressed critics, with Minions getting the best response but still split critics down the middle.
Ben Kingsley is a wealthy man who transfers his consciousness into a younger body (Ryan Reynolds) in order to extend his life but the body is not the empty vessel he was sold on in the latest from director Tarsem Singh.
Tons of comic book news this week including the return of Howard the Duck and possibly casting for Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Jean Gray and Cyclops, the next projects for Chris Pratt and Keanu Reeves and much more in the News Shotgun.
A possible short list for Batman, a major addition to the Expendables 3 cast, 300: Rise of an Empire gets an R rating, Sharknado 2 gets a title and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
A sequel no one was exactly clamoring for and a terrible looking new version of a classic fairy tale are your new choices at the multiplex this weekend.
The trailer for next year’s other Snow White movie, Tarsem Singh’s “Mirror, Mirror”, is now online, and looks completely awful.
Coming from the producers of 300, can Immortals live up to that film’s gory, stylish, slow motion heavy action or is it more in line with something like the mediocre Clash of the Titans remake?
Three movies took advantage of today’s marketable date of 11/11/11 but critics are not crazy about any of them.
We get our first look at one side of the great Snow White movie war of 2012 with the trailer for Snow White and the Huntsman, starring Kristen Stewart, Chris Hemsworth and Charlize Theron.