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This week: It's up to Brad Pitt to figure out a way to slow down a global zombie pandemic in "World War Z," a summer blockbuster with a new unrated cut that will excite horror fans disappointed with the PG-13 theatrical cut.
Also new this week is Sofia Coppola's "The Bling Ring" based on true events, Steven Soderbergh's Liberace biopic "Behind the Candelabra" with Michael Douglas and Matt Damon and the educational documentary "Space Junk 3D" on Blu-ray 3D. Get More »
Between their frequent arrests, desperate need for attention and outrageously high earnings, celebrities tend to draw a lot of ire from the public. But sometimes it's easy to forget that famous people, just like everyday people, range from vapid and self-absorbed to completely cool, friendly and generous.
With that in mind, we've compiled a list of moments that will hopefully restore your faith in the ability of the rich and famous to be totally awesome. Get More »
Run, Brad Pitt, run! Run from the zombies!
Just in case the 116 minutes of "World War Z" shown in theaters wasn't quite enough apocalyptic zombie action for you and you've been yearning for more hot zombie action, you're in luck! Come September 17, the zombie actioner will be available on DVD and Blu-ray so you can satisfy your Pitt fix at home. But wait, there's more! Literally more. The home release of "World War Z" will feature an unrated cut of the flick, clocking in at 123 minutes of undead terror. Get More »
"World War Z" was pretty much just a big ole' mess — it took several drafts to script, cost oodles more than it was supposed to, had to be retooled by outsiders and even then it still didn't make a ton of sense at times — but audiences threw half a billion dollars at it, so of course a sequel is in the works. That's a zombie-style no-brainer.
According to Brad Pitt, though, the pedal's not quite to the metal on "World War Z 2" just yet because he wants to make sure they've got a few things straightened out before they go full throttle on the second installment to the Zed Apocalypse ... ya know, unlike last time. Get More »
Sure producers accept the award when a movie wins Best Picture at the Oscars and get to say awesome things like "I'll make you a star, kid!," but what the hell does a producer actually do?
Well, the answer is sometimes everything from coordinating the script's development, financing and hiring the film's director ... and sometimes doing little beyond having a famous name and giving a thumbs-up at the movie's premiere. However, we're sure the following famous folks, who have had surprising producer credits on a variety of flicks, were more hands-on types when it came to getting these 13 movies made. Get More »
What's worse than 1 billion half-dead Earthlings? 1 billion half-dead Earthlings on a 52-foot screen, duh.
Variety reports "World War Z" will re-release for a one-week run in IMAX theaters starting this Friday, Aug. 2. Because, ya know, the world just can't get enough of those faceless zombie hoards (... that, and Paramount really needs to make more of their money back). Get More »
Weddings are a lovely time for any couple. But even the hottest pairs can't avoid the dreaded awkward engagement pictures. Forced smiling, weird hand placement and oddly-tilted heads make even Brad and Angelina look cuckoo-bananas.
So when Joshua (a photographer) and Rachel Watson had to take their engagement pictures, they weren't hungry for any awkward sauce. Rather, they decided to do something pretty epic: fashion their pics after famous movie and television posters. And yes, they win all the awards. Get More »
Get ready to hear the name Chiwetel Ejiofor a lot. Scratch that: get ready to learn to spell it and pronounce it too. Why? Well, with his starring role in the based-on-a-terrible-true-story film "12 Years a Slave," he's absolutely certain to get a load of new attention from his peers this year.
Ejiofor stars in "12 Years" as Solomon Northup, a real-life New York carpenter and violinist who'd lived his entire life as a free man (this is during the pre-Civil War American era, by the by) until he was tricked into slavery by a couple of gents promising him a job in Washington, D.C. As the title suggests, he spent the next dozen agonizing years of his life under the cruel thumb of one mean "master" after another — Michael Fassbender being the obvious centerpiece of that cruel collective, based on this trailer for the film. Get More »
So many actors have tried, and so many actors have failed. Accents have long proven to be one of the hardest things to hone when it comes to a film role. While Irish seems to be the most challenging of dialects to lock down, there are also other accents — even American — that have yet to be mastered in cinema.
Playing a Serbian posing as a Bosnian in the upcoming "Killing Season," John Travolta is going a rare route. It's debatable whether he can pull it off, but he doesn't have to worry about sounding all sorts of wrong if he's in the company of these actors with the worst movie accents. Get More »
This morning a lot of people were (understandably) going apes**t over the Russian trailer for Ridley Scott's "The Counselor," based on one of the previous few Cormac McCarthy original scripts in existence, but this English-language version is where it's really at. Get More »