We've seen Dwayne Johnson kick many an ass in the ring and onscreen.
The very first TV spot for this summer's Hercules, though, attempts to present the ultimate Dwayne-Johnson-kicking-ass experience, as a greased-up Rock takes on mortal men, a huge lion, and an even huger boar. The highlight, however, is a brief glimpse of the title character disposing of a horse at full gallop.
While promoting Transcendence, a movie about artificial intelligence run amok, Paul Bettany teased his entirely more superpowered role in Avengers: Age of Ultron, another movie about artificial intelligence running way amok.
Superman is faster than a speeding bullet. Another new clip from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 reveals that Spider-Man is faster than electricity.
An unconventional love story calls for unconventional flirting.
That's why, in the first clip from The Fault in Our Stars, a teenage cancer survivor suitor whips out a cigarette whilst romancing an adorable young lady, a survivor of Stage IV cancer herself. But don't worry, he has an explanation.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles doesn't just have a bunch of creepy, 'roided out mutant turtles fighting ninjas, the military, and William Fichtner.
It has all that, but the very first TV spot for this August's reboot reveals that it also has an old standby of a message, with the narrator (presumably Tony Shalhoub as Splinter) explains, "Nothing is as strong as family."
The first clip from X-Men: Days of Future Past packs a lot of action and super-showboating into about a minute, following a group of new and old mutants in battle against sentinels.
Two heavy hitting sequels duked it out for first place, with a superhero musclebound beating out a bunch of animated birds.
While those big budget franchises battled, however, a critically acclaimed horror movie, Oculus, stole some of their thunder.
It’s time to once again “Get in the Cage” with Nicolas Cage!!!
At IAR, we’ve had the absolute pleasure of interviewing the Academy Award-winning actor several times over the years. First at San Diego Comic-Con 2011, and later at the press days for Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance and The Frozen Ground. Cage is truly a delight to speak with, and is one of the finest actors of his generation. He is definitely a one of a kind talent, and has never been afraid to try different approaches to achieve a certain performance. That's high praise!!!
He is appeared in an eclectic list of movies in his almost 35 year long career, which range from critically acclaimed independent films, to blockbuster box office hits. His distinguished cinematic resume includes, among others, Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Rumble Fish, Peggy Sue Got Married, Raising Arizona, Moonstruck, Wild at Heart, Guarding Tess, Kiss of Death, Leaving Las Vegas (for which he won an Academy Award for Best Actor), The Rock, Con Air, Face/Off, Snake Eyes, Bringing Out the Dead, The Family Man, Adaptation., Matchstick Man, National Treasure, Lord of War, World Trade Center, Ghost Rider, National Treasure: Book of Secrets, The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans, Kick-Ass, Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, The Croods, and The Frozen Ground.
Cage’s latest film, which is entitled Joe, has been earning him some of the best reviews of his career and opens in theaters on April 11th. Directed by David Gordon Green (Prince Avalanche), the film revolves around Joe (Cage), an ex-con and the unlikeliest of role models. When he meets a 15-year-old boy named Gary (Tye Sheridan), he is faced with the choice of redemption or ruin.
I recently had the absolute pleasure to once again “Get in the Cage” and speak with Nicolas Cage, along with other select members of the press, about his work on Joe and his fascinating career. The Oscar-winner discussed his latest film, his “Western Kabuki” style of acting, returning to a more realistic approach, why he wanted to make Joe, working with director David Gordon Green, the actor’s eclectic career, and what he learned as a child about pain from vanilla Haagen-Dazs ice cream and Bruce Lee.
How about an update on the next two X-Men movies?
Writer and producer Simon Kinberg has revealed a bit of insight on Quicksilver, with the speedy mutant hauling ass in one of several new images from X-Men: Days of Future Past. Kinberg has also joined director Bryan Singer in discussing the next-next X-movie, 2016's X-Men: Apocalypse.
The King of All Monsters has finally gotten over his crippling insecurity to show his reptilian face in a crisp, clear image straight from next month's Godzilla reboot.