X-Men: Days of Future Past had the second best opening of the X-Men series and easily won the Memorial Day weekend box office.
Having already adapted Mark Millar’s Kick-Ass, Matthew Vaughn takes on another of Millar’s comics with Kingsman: The Secret Service, which stars Colin Firth doing his best Bond impression while recruiting a young street punk into an elite espionage training program.
A regular on great shows like The West Wing and a co-star in movies like The Three Musketeers, The Ice Harvest, 2012, Frost/Nixon and more is Oliver Platt.
The Wolverine took the number one spot at the box office this weekend but while it was better received, it didn’t make as much as X-Men Origins: Wolverine.
This week in the News Shotgun we learn that Arnold will be returning to one of his most famous roles and get a first look at one of his upcoming roles, an unusual but awesome possible future Bond, Matthew Vaughn drops out of X-Men: Days of Future Past and much more.
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.
Tons of news this week including details about a bunch of sequels, Joe Carnahan remaking Death Wish, images from Dredd and Skyfall and much more.
Peter Stormare is the go to guy for crazy Russians but Rade Serbedzija is the guy to go to if you want a more low key, serious Russian military officer, scientist, politician, etc.
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.
After almost a month of weak new releases, this week is an almost overwhelming slew of awesomeness from the most recent seasons of some of the best shows on TV to our Pick of the Week, X-Men: First Class.