Hot Toys moved away from the latest “Iron Man 3“ releases today and showed off its third entry in the “G.I. Joe: Retaliation” line – Roadblock – played to a charismatic T by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. More
May 22, 2013
May 21, 2013
The Last Stand – This is a vintage 80s movie throwback featuring 80s action staple Arnold Schwarzenegger as a sheriff of a quaint town that’s suddenly overrun by a drug cartel. It performed terribly at the box office, but it’s a lot of fun partially due to Schwarzenegger being able to have a little fun with his age. If you like 80s action films, you should enjoy this one.
Parker – Jason Statham couldn’t bring his “Transporter” charm to save his latest action film about a thief seeking revenge of his double-crossing crew with the help of Jennifer Lopez.
Jonathan Rhys Meyers could join his “Mission: Impossible III” director J.J. Abrams in “Star Wars: Episode VII”
May 20, 2013
He’s an intriguing case as he is versatile enough to be a hero or villain.
He definitely exhibited some Sith-like tendencies in Woody Allen’s masterful “Match Point” and he was a more traditional Jedi hero in “Mission: Impossible III,” which was also directed by J.J. Abrams (“Star Trek“).
The Abrams connection makes this rumor particularly noteworthy and I think this would be an excellent addition to the cast, which up to this point has just been rumored to include the cast from the original trilogy.
What do you think? Would Rhys Meyers be a good fit?
May 20, 2013
And as we gear up for the final installment of “The Hangover Part III” this weekend and one last round of mayhem with The Wolfpack — Phil (Bradley Cooper), Stu (Ed Helms) and Alan (Zack Galifianakis) — here’s a look at their greatest hits.
And all of it is oh so NSFW without speakers.
May 19, 2013
If you’re an action movie fan and don’t own “The Raid: Redemption,” I can safely assume it’s just because you haven’t seen it yet. And if that is the case, you should fix that this second as you’re missing out on one the most insane action spectacles you’ll ever see. More
May 18, 2013
Here’s the second teaser trailer for “Anchorman 2.” It got a great reaction at the screening I attended for “Star Trek Into Darkness.”
What do you think?
May 18, 2013
1. Star Trek Into Darkness – $84 million [debut week] The sequel to the vastly popular 2009 relaunch of the Trek franchise easily claimed the top spot this week even if it didn’t perform as well as anticipated.
That’s largely due to the strength of the competition as holdovers “Iron Man 3″ and “The Great Gatsby” took away some of the potential Trek audience. It’s better than the $75 million the relaunch earned, which has to be somewhat of a disappointment for Paramount Pictures considering the high regard the relaunch is held. More