The Avengers star will join the latest Spike Lee joint, as he signs on to the controversial remake of the beloved South Korean thriller.
Fans of fringe genre entertainment, like Troma-esque throwbacks Slither and Super, will be conflicted at the news that Marvel Studios is considering director James Gunn to bring Guardians of the Galaxy to the big screen.
Before you react, remember that fans were confused at the idea of Jon Favreau directing Iron Man.
End of Watch has thoroughly grabbed my attention, since the first visually dynamic trailer. The bloodier, more intense red-band trailer only tightens the grip.
Having already announced he would be joining Lars Von Trier's erotic drama, Nymphomaniac, Shia LaBeouf has confirmed a few other raunchy details.
How do you top the last trailer for RZA's The Man with the Iron Fists, which showed a man having his eyeball punched the hell out of his face?
Welcome to another Panels To Frames, where an ageing comic geek who spent the better part of a decade propping up the counter in a comic shop gets to rant and foam at the mouth about films based on pictures in little boxes. I've been thinking about the slew of comics movies in recent years (it really has been a 'slew' – it's not just me offering a lazy descriptive term) and the comics which are released before and after them in order to promote both the movies and attempt to shift more units of the printed source material they came from.
The Master is coming. To celebrate we have a new clip and a snippet of Jonny Greenwood's imposing new score.
Borrowing the title for her second feature from a Leonard Cohen song, Sarah Polley’s tale of love, lust, passion and folly promises to transfer the poetry and melancholy of his words to the screen. Despite the unlikely combination of Cohen's raw emotion with her comedic indieness, the promise is delivered with this grounded character-driven debunkification of the myth of marriage. While Take This Waltz is unashamedly idiosyncratic and embraceful of its own dreamy pretension, there is something about it that rings inexorably true and ultimately leads to an end that justifies the means.
Since we got the cool Marvel movie news out of the way yesterday, here is something considerably less fun. Robert Downey Jr. has set the Iron Man 3 production back after injuring his ankle while shooting a stunt scene for the upcoming super-sequel.