Jennifer Lawrence is an exceedingly gifted and phenomenally popular actress, the star of 2013's biggest domestic blockbuster.
In the X-Men movies, she plays Mystique, a role that has the famously beautiful woman basically nude and covered in blue paint. Somehow, it has taken this long for producers to mention the possibility of Lawrence starring in a Mystique solo movie spinning off from the primary X-franchise.
An almost three-minute long red band trailer and eight images for 22 Jump Street basically declare that the sequel is going far bigger than 21 Jump Street.
Whether or not Schmidt and Jeno's second undercover adventure also goes better remains to be seen.
While I’ll always love Christophe Reeve, Tom Welling might just be my favorite actor to ever play Clark Kent/Superman!
Welling played the man of steel for ten seasons on the popular WB/CW series Smallville and brought the iconic character to life for a whole new generation. Since then he has appeared in several films including the Cheaper by the Dozen series, The Fog, and Parkland. He now appears opposite Academy Award-winner Kevin Costner (Man of Steel, Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, 3 Days to Kill) in the new football film Draft Day, which was directed by Ivan Reitman (Ghostbusters, Dave), and opens in theaters on April 11th.
Draft Day revolves around Cleveland Browns general manager Sonny Weaver (Costner) who has the opportunity to rebuild his team at the NFL Draft when he trades for the number one pick. Now he must decide what he's willing to sacrifice on a life-changing day for a few hundred young men with NFL dreams. Welling plays Brian Drew, the Browns quarterback who becomes concerned for his job when the team considers drafting a new QB (Josh Pence). In addition to Costner, Welling, and Pence, the movie also stars Jennifer Garner (The Odd Life of Timothy Green), Denis Leary (The Amazing Spider-Man), Chadwick Boseman (42), Terry Crews (The Single Moms Club), Sean Combs (Muppets Most Wanted), Rosanna Arquette (Silverado), Chi McBride (I, Robot), Kevin Dunn (Transformers), Sam Elliot (Hulk), Academy Award-nominee Frank Langella (Superman Returns), and Academy Award-winner Ellen Burnstyn (Requiem for a Dream).
I recently had the absolute pleasure of speaking with Tom Welling about his work on Draft Day, as well the legacy of Smallville. The accomplished actor discussed his new film, football, the script, getting the NFL’s approval, what he liked about his character, if he took any inspiration from Peyton Manning or other professional quarterbacks, appearing in a sports movie with Kevin Costner, what he learned from director Ivan Reitman, his favorite sports film, Smallville, forever being associated with that iconic character, and if he and Costner talked about Man of Steel.
In the first clip from this summer's Hercules, the villains make a crucial mistake, thinking that they can spring a battlefield trap on the titular demigod.
Anybody who has seen The Rock in action, however, knows that Dwayne Johnson cannot be caught in the traps sprung by mortal men.
When David Letterman steps down next year, fellow late-night broadcaster Stephen Colbert will step into Letterman's massive shoes as host, writer, and executive producer of The Late Show.
A new theatrical trailer for June's How to Train Your Dragon 2 is here to get your hopes up that the sequel will live up to its predecessor.
It's not uncommon for a director to make movies about his or her hometown.
Usually, however, these cinematic love letters to home aren't animated musicals about anthropomorphized macaws.
Believe it or not, this Friday's Rio 2 represents an unconventional example of a filmmaker's essay about his hometown.
Carlos Saldanha, who also directed the original Rio, was born in the titular city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
20th Century Fox is hoping Matt Damon will agree to get gerried on the Red Planet in The Martian.
In order to lure the star, however, the studio needs to find a director, and one with the chops to lure Damon aboard the feature adaptation of the novel by Andy Weir.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 promotional frenzy continues unabated.
Sony Pictures has unveiled a new international trailer, an action-packed TV spot promising "Everything changes," and a stylized IMAX poster playing up the thrill of webslinging on a jumbo-sized screen.
The first clip from 22 Jump Street gives both Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum the opportunity to be funny in very different ways.
Just as important, the clip reveals that Peter Stormare, an IAR-favorite character actor, plays a gangster in the sequel.