President George H. W. Bush hosted a star-studded screening of The Hunt for Red October at the White House on February 19, 1990. The guests included everyone from Tom Clancy and James Earl Jones to the CEO of Paramount and Colin Powell. Robert Gates was there, as was the director of the CIA, and men from the highest…
Jason Bourne knows who he is now. And he still drives like we all wish we could– unleashing motorized hell on Las Vegas, chasing a Bearcat SWAT truck in a manual-shift Dodge Charger.
The new Suicide Squad movie is getting a ton of buzz, but what’s that crazy purple sports car the Joker drives in it? Turns out it’s something pretty unusual called a Vaydor: a custom made body mounted to the chassis of a ten-year-old Infiniti.
Hardcore Henry is the world’s first fully first-person action movie, in which the audience sees from the point of view of the main character. That’s a simple idea, but making it happen was insanely complicated—and dangerous. People were, at times, flirting with death. But for director Ilya Naishuller and star Sharlto…
Many people consider themselves big Star Wars fans. But how many of those people not only have a ton of creativity, but the guts to put it out there for the world to see? This California resident is all that and then some.
Though April 5 is Roger Corman’s 90th birthday, he’s still working like he’s 20. In recent weeks the legendary filmmaker has been prepping Roger Corman’s Death Race 2050, a modern spin on one of his most famous movies, which will feature two female leads and lots of new twists.
Suburban dirtballs of the 1980s are a lost culture, worthy of academic study, that disappeared abruptly, leaving mysterious artifacts for future generations to work over. Think of them as, say, the ancient Mayans, only with mullets.
Vin Diesel and friends are filming the eighth Fast & Furious movie on Iceland’s frozen Lake Mývatn right now. In a strange and sad happenstance, it sounds like one of their styrofoam ice-props blew away and hit a live horse so hard that the animal had to be euthanized.
The Jeep Renegade is a lovely car that totally pulls off its “off-roader” costume. But Batman driving it through an action scene with a dinky-ass blinker light on the roof is officially trying too hard.
We have finally seen footage from Paul Feig’s rebooted Ghostbusters and it looks perfect. But hidden in all of that action was a lot of information about the characters and the plot, as well as plenty of Easter eggs to the original.movie Here’s the trailer, broken down for you.
There was a brief moment during the Oscars where it looked like Mad Max: Fury Road might be on the way to getting the recognition it deserved as a truly groundbreaking, visually stunning film. Spoiler alert: It didn’t.
Some movie franchises die harder than a Toyota Hilux, and as Vin Diesel announces the dates for the next three (!!!) Fast and Furious sequels to carry the franchise into the 2020s, it’s time for us to do our part by writing better scripts while they prepare their muscles lifting all those heavy NOS bottles.
It goes without saying that the next Bourne movie will take place after the last ones. At the end of 2007’s The Bourne Ultimatum, Jason Bourne went off the grid with his enemies assuming him dead. In 2016, he’ll be back, and Matt Damon recently talked about what’s happened in between.
Next year is already scheduled to have a bunch of great blockbusters. One, however, you’ve already seen, just never like this. Terminator 2: Judgment Day is been re-released in 3D for the film’s 25th anniversary.
The seventh Star Wars movie comes out this week (seventh!) and if you’re feeling a little behind, don’t worry: here’s how to catch up on the first few movies before the latest installment drops.
Even before Mad Max: Fury Road released (and promptly blew our socks off), Director George Miller was insistent that the film would best be viewed in black and white. After that version was sadly absent from the home release, we might be getting something even better: a chance to see the B&W version in theaters.
When the first Star Wars movie came out in 1977, Toyota had a Celica painted and sticker’d up with Darth Vader and friends (technically enemies, actually.) The car was given away, the creators got mired in legal trouble, and now that we’re riding a fresh wave of Star Wars PR somebody wants this thing back.
Movie awards season is upon us and the National Board of Review is first out of the gate with a huge, but amazing, surprise. They’ve named Mad Max: Fury Road the best picture of the year.