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There's a long, rich tradition of gooning in Hollywood, one you can trace all the way back to Dennis Hopper's remarkable portrayal of Goon in the 1955 classic "Rebel Without a Cause."
Actor/comedian/goon-for-hire Derek Mears is a student of history, a man who clearly respects the goons who came before him while looking at himself as a role model for a new generation of goons being ushered in. His dedication shines through in the new shoot-em-up "Gangster Squad," in which Mears appears opposite Sean Penn, Josh Brolin and Ryan Gosling in the vital role of "Bridge Goon."
NextMovie was granted exclusive access to Derek for an in-depth discussion about his gooning inspirations, mastering the craft of gooning (and specifically, method gooning), and the scent of Ryan Gosling. Get More »
As you set sail aboard Disney's brand-new fourquel "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides," you will see many old friends returning, including Captain Barbossa, Mr. Gibbs, and, of course, the one-and-only Jack Sparrow ("I believe there should be a 'Captain' in there somewhere.")
However, unlike the previous trilogy of pirate jaunts, this latest trip following in the footsteps of Ponce de León is something of a stand-alone adventure, including many fresh faces both good and evil, alive and undead, and all as duplicitous as a slippery snake.
How can you tell one greasy Pirate from another? With our handy guide, that's how! Get More »
Ch-ch-ch, ha-ha-Hansel. That might be what audiences hear in "Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters" now that Jason Voorhees has joined the 3D thriller.
According to JoBlo, actor Derek Mears, who portrayed the hockey-masked hacker in the 2009 "Friday the 13th" reboot, has joined director Tommy Wirkola's frightening new take on the Brothers Grimm fairy tale.
And if you thought Jason was miffed at those Camp Crystal Lake counselors, that's nothing compared to what Hansel and Gretel have in store. Fifteen years after being held hostage in a gingerbread house, the now grown siblings are still pretty p.o.'ed and are hell-bent on wiping out some witches. Get More »