Roland Emmerich returns to destroy the White House again (ID4) in this “shoot first, hope no one asks any questions” action film.
Tags: Channing Tatum, Entertainment, James Woods, Jamie Foxx, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Movie, Movie Review, Movie Reviews, Movies, Review, Reviews, Roland Emmerich, White House Down
Summer is finally upon us! With this Friday’s release of “Iron Man 3”, the 2013 Summer Movie season officially begins!
The summer season is defined by big budget, high-profile releases, and this summer is no exception. We’ll cover what’s coming out in May and June today, and then look at July and August tomorrow.
Click through to check out what the first half of Summer, 2013 has in store!
Tags: After Earth, Alfred Molina, Alice Eve, Amanda Seyfried, Amy Adams, Anton Yelchin, Ashley Hamilton, Aubrey Plaza, Aziz Ansari, Baz Luhrmann, Ben Kingsley, Benedict Cumberbatch, Beyoncé Knowles, Billy Crystal, Blake Anderson, Brad Pitt, Bradley Cooper, Carey Mulligan, Channing Tatum, Charlie Day, Chris O'Dowd, Chris Pine, Chris Wedge, Christoph Waltz, Christopher Meloni, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Colin Farrell, Craig Robinson, Danny McBride, David Alan Grier, Diane Lane, Don Cheadle, Dwayne Johnson, Ed Helms, Emma Watson, Ethan Hawke, Frank Oz, Gavin Rossdale, Gina Carano, Guy Pearce, Gwyneth Paltrow, Heather Graham, Helen Mirren, Henry Cavill, Iron Man 3, Isla Fisher, Israel Broussard, J. J. Abrams, Jaden Smith, James Badge Dale, James Franco, James Woods, Jamie Foxx, Jason Clarke, Jason Segel, Jason Sudeikis, Jay Baruchel, Joel Edgerton, Joey King, John Cho, John Goodman, John Krasinski, Jon Favreau, Jonah Hill, Jordana Brewster, Josh Hutcherson, Judah Friedlander, Karl Urban, Ken Jeong, Kerry Washington, Kevin Costner, Kevin Hart, Laurence Fishburne, Lena Headey, Leonardo DiCaprio, Leslie Mann, Luke Evans, M Night Shyamalan, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Man of Steel, Marc Forster, Melissa McCarthy, Michael Cera, Michael Shannon, Michelle Rodriguez, Mike Epps, Mike Tyson, Mindy Kaling, Mireille Enos, Monsters University, Nathan Fillion, Now You See Me, Owen Wilson, Paris Hilton, Paul Bettany, Paul Feig, Paul Rudd, Paul Walker, Peeples, Peter Weller, Rebecca Hall, Rhys Wakefield, Richard Jenkins, Rihanna, Robert Downey, Roland Emmerich, Rose Byrne, Russell Crowe, S. Epatha Merkerson, Sandra Bullock, Seth Rogen, Shane Black, Shawn Levy, Simon Pegg, Steve Buscemi, Steven Tyler, Taissa Farmiga, The Bling Ring, The Great Gatsby, The Heat, The Internship, The Purge, This is the End, Tina Gordon Chism, Tobey Maguire, Tyler Perry, Tyler Perry Presents Peeples, Tyrese Gibson, Vin Diesel, Vince Vaughn, White House Down, Will Ferrell, Will Smith, World War Z, Zach Galifianakis, Zachary Quinto, Zack Snyder, Zoe Kravitz, Zoe Saldana
No one makes cooler movies than Quentin Tarantino.
Tags: Christoph Waltz, Django, Django Unchained, Entertainment, Jamie Foxx, Kerry Washington, Leonardo DiCaprio, Movie, Movie Review, Movie Reviews, Movies, Quentin Tarantino, Review, Reviews
This is why people camp out overnight.
Hall H today is
why television networks cover the convention.
Why people travel from all over the world. Guam. Brazil. Canada. England. Heard them all this week. All over.
This is why Comic-Con is worth the big bucks, the headaches, the sleep deprivation, the hunger pains, the bursting bladder, the sore back, the blisters on your feet.
This is WHY.
Because you just do NOT GET stuff like this anywhere else.
Category: Convention Coverage
Tags: andy serkis, Comic-Con, Cristoph Waltz, Django, Guillermo del Toro, Ian McKellen, Iron Man 3, Jamie Foxx, Jon Favreau, Kerry Washington, Man of Steel, Martin Freeman, Pacific Rim, Peter Jackson, Quentin Tarantino, Robert Downey Jr., San Diego Comic-Con International, SDCC, The Campaign, The Hobbit, Will Ferrell, Zack Galifianakis
Premiering Saturday night on Cinemax was 2010’s “Due Date”, starring Robert Downey Jr. and Zack Galifianakis.
In it, Downey plays a man who needs to fly home for the birth of his first child. But after an incident prior to take-off where he and Galifianakis are mistaken for terrorists, both are forced off the plane and put on the no fly list. As Downey’s character is unable to take his bags off the plane prior to take off, he has no ID and no money with which to rent a car. Enter Galifianakis, who he already can’t stand due to the aforementioned “incident”, but who happens to be also headed to Los Angeles. Downey begrudgingly accepts his offer of a ride and they embark together on an uncomfortable cross country journey.
Comedy occasionally ensues.
Category: Now Showing on Cable
Tags: Danny McBride, Due Date, Entertainment, Jamie Foxx, Juliette Lewis, Michelle Monaghan, Movie, Movie Reviews, Movies, Robert Downey Jr., Zack Galifianakis
“Horrible Bosses” isn’t horrible at all.
In fact, it’s really, really good.
Laughs straight through from start to finish, every member of the cast represents well, and it doesn’t stretch its material and wind up overstaying its welcome. I have no reservations about recommending highly.
It’s official. Jamie Foxx has signed on to play the lead character in Quentin Tarantino’s next film, “Django”.
I don’t remember liking Foxx that much in anything outside of “Ray” (Which was incredible), but we’ll see how that goes this weekend, when I check out “Horrible Bosses”. Regardless, I have to say, I could NOT wrap my head around the idea of Will Smith in a Quentin Tarantino movie. For those of you who hadn’t heard, Smith was reportedly Tarantino’s first choice.