The subject of Unbroken is a remarkable fellow who, in addition to enduring the seemingly unendurable throughout World War II, was also a record-setting Olympic athlete.
So it only makes sense that the first footage from this adaptation of Laura Hillenbrand's bestseller arrived during Olympics coverage.
A three-minute mega-TV-spot aired during the Sochi Winter Games, showing off footage from Angelina Jolie's sophomore directorial feature and giving an overview of the film's remarkable protagonist.
This year, romance was spelled L.E.G.O.
Even with three eighties remakes and one misguided novel adaptation seeking to take advantage of the holiday weekend, The Lego Movie once again topped the domestic box office.
Of the new releases, About Last Night fared best, while RoboCop couldn't quite find too many moviegoers who'd buy that for a dollar, Endless Love proved somewhat limited, and Winter's Tale failed to attract riders for its winged horse.
In just one month, Neptune's finest private detective returns after a seven-year absence.
As tickets for Veronica Mars go on sale, the revival made possible by Kickstarter has dropped a whole bunch of promotional delights. These include a clip bringing back that sweet, sweet Mars father-daughter banter to details on WB-funded reshoots to a magazine cover featuring Kristen Bell and Jason Dohring in fine form as Veronica and Logan.
Five official new images from X-Men: Days of Future Past elegantly illustrate the time-travel shenanigans of this latest X-movie by showcasing the old alongside the new.
By which I mean to say that these images feature X-Men: First Class players James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, and Jennifer Lawrence, as well as X-Men elder statesmen Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen.
Everybody loves Legos. And everybody – I mean everybody – loves a blooper reel.
Upholding the law of peanut butter and jelly, these two very different things go together exquisitely in an amusing The Lego Movie blooper reel.
Superhero fashion is a subject that never really loses its online potency. Everybody's always willing to opine, speculate, and generally discuss the outfits sported by cinematic superheroes.
With Captain America: The Winter Soldier, one of the film's stars and a co-director are shedding a bit of light on the costumes sported by Cap and Falcon in the sequel. Not only do Anthony Mackie and Joe Russo talk up the sartorial choices of these patriotic heroes, but both also reveal a wee bit about the future of Marvel Studios in the process.
Opening just in time for Valentine’s Day, February 14th is Endless Love, which is a remake of Franco Zeffirelli’s film of the same name. The original starred a young Brooke Shields and is probably best known for its Academy Award-nominated title song by Lionel Richie and Diana Ross. However, the new film stars Alex Pettyfer (Magic Mike) and Gabriella Wilde (Carrie) and was co-written and directed by Shana Feste (The Greatest, Country Strong).
Endless Love follows the story of a privileged girl named Jade (Wilde) and a charismatic boy named David (Pettyfer) whose instant desire sparks a love affair made only more reckless by her father (Bruce Greenwood) trying to keep them apart. In addition to Pettyfer, Wilde, and Greenwood, the film also stars veteran actors Joely Richardson (Anonymous) and Robert Patrick (Gangster Squad).
I recently had a chance to sit down with director and co-writer Shana Feste to talk about her work on Endless Love. The accomplished filmmaker discussed her new movie, why the classic song from the original was not used in the new film, her knowledge of the original, the tone of the project, the cast, their performances, co-writing the screenplay, the movie’s controversial sex scene, and what type of project she would like to direct next.
Surprising no one, Gravity won in a whole mess of categories at the 12th Annual Visual Effects Society Awards.
Don't go telling everybody that Andy Dwyer and Kenny Powers are starring in a Knight Rider movie, because this pure, uncut online rumor at this point.
If this turns out to be one of those rumors laced with fact, though, Chris Pratt and Danny McBride could end up a shadowy flight into the dangerous world of a man who does not exist.
The third theatrical trailer for this summer's The Amazing Spider-Man sequel piles on the webslinging spectacle, electrical destruction, and quippy little exchanges between Peter Parker and the women in his life.