Sony Pictures has unveiled the first official clip from The Amazing Spider-Man 2, almost two months out from the sequel's May 2nd release date.
Homefront, hitting Blu-ray today, is like a muscle car: a product of another age that is nonetheless even more effective now.
Jason Statham, the action-thriller's star, is similar: in an age of CGI superheroics and leading men with sculpted eyebrows, the British actor is a lantern-jawed bruiser, a throwback from an age when monosyllabic gunslingers were king and stunts commanded more attention than digital effects. He's a man's man, a former professional athlete who specializes in gruff anti-heroes who may or may not have hearts of gold.
He's Jason freakin' Statham. If you're a henchman, then Jason Statham is going to drop you with a single roundhouse kick to your glass-jawed ass and he's going to look like a million bucks while he does.
In Homefront, Statham plays Phil Broker, the former DEA agent from many a novel by Chuck Logan. Looking for a quiet town in which he can safely raise his nine-year-old daughter, the recently widowed Broker is settling down. Until, that is, he's slowly drawn into a feud with a local meth kingpin played by James Franco.
For more than sixteen years, Statham has been delivering his Stathamian brand of justice on screen. With Homefront marking his latest contribution to the ass-whupping endeavors, we've decided to dedicate our latest Rogue 10 to a rundown of ten movies in which Jason Statham has especially excelled.
Imagine, for a moment: You're a major movie studio that paid for Darren Aronofsky's Noah, a biblical fantasy epic that is sure to be as divisive as common sense tells us a Darren Aronofsky Biblical fantasy would be.
With the film hitting theaters this month, how do you blunt the impact of the auteur's polemic Noah yet still put butts in seats?
You have the adorable Emma Watson introduce an action-packed trailer and unveil an official clip that plays up the family man status of Russell Crowe's Noah.
Did the first look at Grant Gustin's head stuffed inside a superhero cowl make you wonder about the rest of the outfit on the CW's Flash pilot?
Then you're in luck. Warner Bros. Television has unveiled an official image showing off the entire, fully superheroic scarlet costume sported by Gustin on the forthcoming television series following DC's fastest man.
As The Grand Budapest Hotel commercially tears it up in just four locations, a red band trailer for Wes Anderson's latest provides a good idea of just why audiences are flocking to Wes Anderson's latest.
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Thor Odinson himself, Chris Hemsworth, has revealed when he'll wield Mjolnir as part of the sequel's production.
Jason Sudeikis has plenty in common with Chevy Chase already, but now the younger comedy star is committing to his fundamental Chaseness.
He's in talks to star as Irwin "Fletch" Fletcher in Fletch Won, bringing back the wily investigative journalist for the first time since Chase last played him in 1989.
Having seen now a vengeful electricity man, Paul Giamatti piloting a Rhino-bot, and an all-new Harry Osborn zipping around as a Green-ish Goblin, you might be worried that The Amazing Spider-Man 2 might follow in the footsteps of Spider-Man 3.
Then Marc Webb was talking to you when he said that the upcoming sequel doesn't pile on villains for the sake of piling on villains.
Maybe it's just the high cheekbones, but Angelina Jolie has always projected an intimidatingly regal presence. An unknowable quality.
Well, a new poster for Disney's Maleficent takes this quality to a beautiful and unnerving extreme, letting Jolie's appearance as the title character speak for the whole film.
A boatload of promotional material from the upcoming horror tale makes it clear that once you've seen Oculus, you'll never feel too comfortable peeking into even the most innocent-looking mirror.
Relativity Media has unveiled a host of material from the anticipated chiller, from a new theatrical trailer to the first official clip, with five spooktacular images and even a scarifying poster in between.