Fighting for humanity during World War I, Amazonian warrior Diana Prince returned in the present day to help Batman form the Justice League and battle the likes of Doomsday and Steppenwolf and his Parademon army.
The Hulkster’s first starring role, No Holds Barred starred Hogan as Rip, the world’s greatest wrestler, facing off against a new, sadistic rival Zeus and the theme song, also called No Holds Barred, was written by the WWE’s go to theme creator, Jim Johnston, and sung by the completely unknown John Joyce.
Before he was battling Batman as Superman, Henry Cavill was taking on drunken warlord Mickey Rourke in Tarsem Singh’s 300esque Immortals.
The son of Zeus, Perseus seeks the hand of the beautiful Princess Andromeda but must battle creatures like Calibos, Medusa and The Kraken first.
After refusing to join the World Television Network, Rip Thomas is threatened by evil CEO Brell and his new champion, the relentless Zeus.
We take a look back at the previous Die Hard movies before John McClane heads to Russia in this week’s A Good Day to Die Hard in the latest Franchise Flashback.
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.
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.
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.