The second domestic trailer for 300: Rise of an Empire makes it abundantly clear that this is a sequel to 300, but it also expands the scope and shows off some flashy action on land and sea.
Warner Bros. has cast the actress who will finally bring Wonder Woman to the big screen.
The studio announced this morning that Gal Gadot is set to play Wonder Woman in 2015's Batman vs. Superman.
Two clips from The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug have been dropped online by a bunch of bigass eagles.
A second trailer for Her promises a a visually unique drama that's even more singular in its content, a movie that actually has something to say about how we connect and what it means to love.
Spike Jonze's latest feature explores these notions through a sad sack of a man who falls head over heels in love with his operating system.
Prepare to be buttered up for the debut of The Amazing Spider-Man 2's teaser trailer this Thursday.
The butter, in this instance, is an official version of the triptych banner that confirms which Osborn goes Green Goblin. Oh, and also five stills showing the webslinger and Electro in action both together and apart.
Actor Paul Blackthorne can now add documentary filmmaker to his impressive list of credits!
Until now, Blackthorne was best known as a TV actor having appeared on such successful shows as ER, 24, and the cult hit The Dresden Files. More recently, he can be seen each week playing Detective Quentin Lance on the extremely popular CW series Arrow, which is based on the DC Comics character Green Arrow and is now in its second season. However, now the British actor has made his directorial debut with the brilliant new documentary This American Journey, which is currently available on DVD, Hulu On Demand, Vimeo On Demand, and Amazon On Demand.
This American Journey, which personally I think is one of the best documentaries of the year, follows Blackthorne's travels across the country interviewing random people and asking them how they feel about the American dream. Along with Australian photographer Mister Basquali, they drive across America from ghettos to gun shows, courthouses to cattle yards, and are forever changed by the wisdom and insight the learn from the people they meet. What begins as a film about America; actually ends up dealing with themes of race, religion and guns, which after all is in some ways is what this country is all about.
I recently had the pleasure of speaking with actor turned documentary filmmaker Paul Blackthorne about his work on This American Journey, as well as his series Arrow. Blackthorne talked candidly about This American Journey, why he wanted to make it, his journey across America, meeting Mister Basquali, the dog they adopted along the way, the production, his favorite moment of the trip, what he learned from the experience, being recognized, Arrow, the success of the show, not being familiar with DC Comics, how his character has changed from the first season, the writing staff’s overall plan, and introducing new DC characters into the series.
Peabody-winning documentarian Frederick Wiseman received a special award from the New York Film Critics Circle, an award honoring his contribution to the art of cinema over the last half-century.
American Hustle, meanwhile, dominated the regular categories of the NYFCC Awards, winning three awards including Best Picture.
An international trailer The Monuments Men starts out feeling like a WWII Ocean's Eleven, with George Clooney assembling a small team of all-star art historians to save priceless art treasures from Hitler's wrath.
It may start out nimbly comedic, but this look at Clooney's next as star and director also establishes stakes and emotion that separate it from the heists of Danny Ocean.
A trio of stills from Pompeii give only a tiny taste of the elemental destruction provided by the onscreen eruption of Mount Vesuvius.
Rather than focusing on the natural disaster that provides this historical actioner with its historical action, these Pompeii images double down on men in skirts, showing off Kit Harington, Kiefer Sutherland, and Adewale Akkinuoye-Agbaje, as well as skirted lady Emily Browning.
The Gotham Awards gave the prestige season a spurring on and a hearty "hi-yo" in New York last night, unofficially kicking off this year's awards hoopla with some unexpected winners.
First and foremost, The Coen Bros.' latest, Inside Llewyn Davis, took the top honors, while Brie Larson and Matthew McConaughey earned acting notices and Fruitvale Station raised its profile substantially.