Definitely way better than the first one. This one was fun and catchy with a good and functioning amount of action. The toys in this movie were more products for the movie and were realistic in terms of military capabilities whereas the first one was way too outlandish and I liked it, but it was unrealistic and didn’t fit with the movie. This one was … Continue reading G. I. Joe: Retaliation
By: Sean O’Connell This year’s Sundance Film Festival has become a bubbling wellspring of information on upcoming projects, as news outlets look beyond the films that talents are in Park City to promote to ask them about movies they have on the horizon. Case in point: Robert Rodriguez was in town for an anniversary screening of his early hit El Mariachi, and spoke with MTV about the work he’s … Continue reading Bruce Willis Coming Back To Sin City For Sequel
vBy: Katey Rich When an exciting story breaks as a rumor, with no official studio confirmation or publicists on board, the denial machine tends to kick in quickly. That goes double when the story is broken by online sites like this one, which–sadly– still aren’t considered in the same league as more typical trades like Variety, Hollywood Reporter and Deadline. So even when online reporters … Continue reading Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s Rep Denies The Batman Rumor
By: Dave Lewis Could Joseph Gordon-Levitt possibly go from playing a potential future superhero in “The Dark Knight Rises” to playing a full-fledged one in Warner Bros.‘ long-in-the-works “Justice League“? While making the press rounds for his upcoming film “Lincoln,” HitFix‘s Gregory Ellwood asked Gordon-Levitt whether he’d be interested in joining the superhero group if Warner Bros. were to ask him to. “You never know,” he responded. “If the script inspires … Continue reading Joseph Gordon-Levitt would ‘consider’ joining ‘Justice League’ if asked
BLOGGERS NOTE: I-I don’t know how I feel about this…. By: Jen Yamato | Movieline.com Steel yourself, cinephiles: A sequel to the 1942 classic Casablanca, one of the greatest films of all time, could happen in the near future. But while practically 99 percent of all Hollywood sequels and spin-offs seem like cash-grabs that have no good reason for existing, is there a case to … Continue reading Talkback: Who’s Down For A ‘Casablanca 2’?
By: Katey Rich Pitch Perfect isn’t the kind of monster hit that makes headlines like Taken 2or Paranormal Activity 4, but the sassy and surprisingly funny a cappella comedy is a major success, having notched $45 million at the box office since opening in late September. It’s a great launching pad for a lot of the up and coming stars in the cast, including Rebel … Continue reading Anna Kendrick Set For Musical Adaptation The Last Five Years
By: Eric Eisenberg Paul Dano is moving from the world of time-travel hitmen to a story of vigilante justice. The actor, who very recently appeared alongside Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Bruce Willis and Jeff Daniels in Rian Johnson’s Looper, has signed on for a part in Prisoners the new film from director Denis Villeneuve. Based on a script by Aaron Guzikowski, the plot follows a man who … Continue reading Paul Dano Joins Hugh Jackman And Jake Gyllenhaal In Prisoners
By: Eric Eisenberg Now that Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy has officially come to an end, the big question on millions of minds is what’s next for Batman at the movies. There have, of course, been rumors that the franchise could continue in-continuity with Joseph Gordon-Levitt taking over as the head of the franchise, but with Warner Bros. also developing a Justice League movie and … Continue reading Will The Rebooted Batman Debut In Justice League?
We all saw the end of the movie. Where his name was Robin. Now anyone who knows anything can comprehend how incredibly stupid that was. You could say it was clever but it wasn’t. Dick Grayson was the first Robin. Was his name Robin, um no. Was it clever and ingenious that Christopher Nolan made Blake’s name Robin? Hell no! It was so incredibly stupid. … Continue reading Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s was not Robin—He was Thomas Blake, Catman
By: Eric Eisenberg In just a few short months, director Christopher Nolan will be unveiling The Dark Knight Rises, the finale of his Batman trilogy. As we haven’t seen a new trailer since December, many fans have been eagerly anticipating when they might get their next chance to get a look at the film, and it has been revealed that there will be a new trailer … Continue reading Bane’s Audio Clears Up And The Bat Dazzles In New Dark Knight Rises Footage