Ridley Scott is certainly no stranger to epics, but his next movie takes on an epic of epic epicness.
Exodus: Gods and Kings retells the Old Testament tale of Moses, the man who led his people out of bondage in Egypt roundabouts three thousand years back.
A bumper crop of five new official images from Exodus show off Christian Bale as Moses, Joel Edgerton as Rhamses II, along with supporting players Ben Kingsley, Aaron Paul, and Sigourney Weaver.
Terry Gilliam's latest film, The Zero Theorem, has an exceedingly cool domestic poster, a one-sheet that's evocative, pretty, and wholly unique.
It also happens to prominently feature two-time Oscar winner Christoph Waltz's naked ass, so you're never going to see it on display at your local multiplex.
A new rumors suggests that despite a long-ago rumor's dismissal, Marvel Studios may have cosmic plans for one of its most popular gamma-irradiated smash-monsters.
Let's get this out of the way: here be possible spoilers. If any of this turns out to be true, in fact, then this constitutes capital-S-Spoilers, so if you'd rather be surprised down the line, then vamoose.
Andy Serkis has revealed that he's doing more than consulting on next year's Avengers: Age of Ultron.
So you saw Captain America: The Winter Soldier and you're all psyched for Guardians of the Galaxy, but don't forget that Disney's releasing a third Marvel movie in 2014: Big Hero 6.
The first Marvel feature from Walt Disney Animation Studios is a far-out anime-influenced action-adventure complete with colorful superhero characters.
These characters are highlighted on six new character posters providing our first looks at major players Gogo Tomago, Wasabi-No-Ginger, Honey Lemon, and Fredzilla.
Six official images from Magic in the Moonlight are here to remind us of three important facts.
The first fact is simply that Woody Allen's next movie arrives in limited release on July 25th.
The second and third facts are that Emma Stone and Colin Firth are good-looking folks.
In their years on Saturday Night Live, both Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader more than proved that they were two of the funniest people on television.
The first theatrical trailer for this September's The Skeleton Twins hints at the depths of which Wiig and Hader are capable as performers, starring as siblings in a film that, while comedic, definitely busts out darker dramatic elements.
The first image of Henry Cavill on the set of Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice has arrived.
Our studly cinematic Superman isn't sporting his red cape here, though. Instead he's in Clark Kent mode, looking like an exceedingly dapper Daily Planet reporter.
Mark Duplass is not just a talented director, writer and producer, but he is also a very popular and versatile actor.
Duplass is best known for writing and directing critically acclaimed films with his brother Jay like Baghead, Cyrus, Jeff, Who Lives at Home, and The Do-Deca-Pentathion. However, he has now accumulated an impressive resume of acting work in such movies as Your Sister’s Sister, Safety Not Guaranteed, Darling Companion, People Like Us, and Zero Dark Thirty, not to mention his popular TV series The League. But the filmmaker can now been seen acting on the big screen once again in the film Tammy, which stars Academy Award-nominee Melissa McCarthy (Identity Thief) and opens in theaters on July 2nd.
In the new movie, after losing her job and learning that her husband has been unfaithful, Tammy (McCarthy) hits the road with her profane, hard-drinking grandmother (Academy Award-winner Susan Sarandon). Along the way Tammy meets Bobby (Duplass), a single man taking care of his alcoholic father (Gary Cole). In addition to McCarthy, Sarandon, Duplass, and Cole, the film features Allison Janney (The Way Way Back), Toni Collette (Little Miss Sunshine), Ben Falcone (Bridesmaids), Sandra Oh (Sideways), and Academy Award-winners Nat Faxon (The Descendants), and Kathy Bates (Misery). Tammy marks actor Ben Falcone’s directorial debut, and he also co-wrote the screenplay with his wife, Melissa McCarthy.
I recently had the absolute pleasure of speaking with Mark Duplass about his work on Tammy, as well as his upcoming HBO Series Togetherness. The actor and filmmaker discussed his new movie, how he got the job, his character’s motivations, working with Melissa McCarthy, meeting Gary Cole, reuniting with Susan Sarandon, watching first time director Ben Falcone, how he separates his director side from his acting side, his upcoming HBO series Togetherness, making a TV show with his brother, and why he likes collaborating with HBO.
Transformers: Age of Extinction just had the biggest opening weekend of the year so far.