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This week: Milla Jovovich goes to the heart of the Umbrella Corporation to stop the global zombie epidemic in "Resident Evil: Retribution," the fifth movie in the popular sci-fi action series that sees the return of original "Resident Evil" badass Michelle Rodriguez.
Also new this week is the Southern-fried pitch-black comedy "Killer Joe" starring Matthew McConaughey, the bike-messenger thriller "Premium Rush" with Joseph Gordon-Levitt, the romantic drama "The Words" with Bradley Cooper and the financial thriller "Arbitrage" with Richard Gere and Susan Sarandon. Get More »
"Resident Evil: Retribution" delivered a double-barreled shotgun blast to the box office charts this weekend, as Film.com is reporting that the fifth entry in Milla Jovovich's sci-fi franchise took the top spot with an estimated $21.1 million.
That was more than double the amount "The Possession" earned last weekend. And "Resident Evil: Retribution" wasn't alone in breaking out of the September doldrums, as Pixar's animated re-release "Finding Nemo 3D" came in second with a healthy $17.5 million.
For a full run down of this week's box office, including figures for "The Expendables 2" and the arthouse masterpiece "The Master," head to Film.com.
How can you not love Milla Jovovich?
Really, there's no other woman quite like her. She's a total geek and she looks like a goddess. She's one of the nerdiest attendees of Comic-Con every year (and that's saying something), and she's the most gorgeous woman in San Diego while she's at it. She's smart, she's funny, she recorded an awesome album ("The Diving Comedy") back in 1993 and she kicks zombie dogs in the face. Swoon!
Geek out over this incredible woman with our collection of Milla pics from throughout the years and get ready to watch her do the zombie stomp once again as "Resident Evil: Retribution" hits theaters on Sept. 14.
Those undead fans hungry for more video game-inspired monster mayhem to be unleashed by the sinister Umbrella corporation may now feast (their eyes) on the hearty fifth helping, "Resident Evil: Retribution."
The first film's helmer, Paul W. S. Anderson, is back in the director's seat to watch his beautiful wife Milla Jovovich kick more zombie butt in bullet-riddled 3-D. This time Alice (Jovovich) is joined in her hunt by a few clones of characters killed in previous entries, including Rain Ocampo (Michelle Rodriguez) and Carlos Olivera (Oded Fehr). Why not, right? Get More »
Poor Alice. Will her epic war with the undead and the corrupt Umbrella Corporation ever end?
We kind of hope not, 'cause that would mean no more "Resident Evil" movies. Alice (Milla Jovovich) returns in the fifth(!) chapter, "Resident Evil: Retribution," in theaters this Friday. Her journey has been long, hard and more complicated than you might imagine; as such, we thought a refresher course of sorts was in order before you check out her latest battle against the victims — and creators — of that damn T-virus. Get More »
If there was one victor among the movies paneling at San Diego Comic-Con this year, it'd have to be … Marvel. Or was it "Man of Steel"? Or maybe "The Hobbit"?
Another Con's in the can, and we've emerged with new intel on a handful of high-profile mega-movies. There weren't necessarily any groundbreaking casting announcements this year, but first footage from movies like the new Superman flick, "Oz: The Great and Powerful," "Pacific Rim" and "Elysium" had fans and bloggers buzzing big time.
Check out the biggest movie scoops below. What we should add, #16: Getting in line at 7 a.m. does not guarantee you entry into the con's marquee venue (Hall H). Not even for a 6 p.m. panel. And yep, we learned that the hard way. – By Bryan Enk and Kevin Polowy
"The Dark Knight Rises" is one of the most anticipated movies of this summer, not just because it's the epic conclusion to Christopher Nolan's "Dark Knight" franchise, but also because Anne Hathaway will be playing Catwoman. We're looking forward to seeing Hathaway's take on the beloved character, but we might be even more to excited to see her bring all the sexiness and sass we love about Catwoman to that iconic outfit.
Hathaway is one more in a long line of lovely ladies who have donned catsuits in movies, be it attending a costume party or kicking some serious butt. Not everyone can pull off a skin-tight suit, but these actresses make it look easy.
Flip through this gallery of fierce-looking females, and you're going to wish you had nine lives just so you could look at it over and over again. Meow!
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Man, you would think by now people would know better than to mess with Milla Jovovich. After all, she's been kicking mutant zombie butt from one end of the future to the other in "Resident Evil" films for a full decade now
Luckily for us, though, evil is apparently really stupid, because they have once again poked the bear. And as her brand new trailer shows, this time Jovovich is out for "Retribution." Get More »
Last week, we got out our calendars and red sharpies and made plans for the first half of 2012. We were gonna do the whole year, but then we got hungry, were shocked to discover there were no more Rolos in the house, went out to get Rolos, then bumped into that guy we met at a thing a while back.
Guess we lost track of time.
But here we are, we still have our calendars -- and with a clear head we can talk about the Fanboy movies happening in mid-June on through the Holidays! Refresh yourself on Part 1, then continue to Part 2 of the 2012 preview below:
For the past decade, Milla Jovovich has been waging a one woman war against mutant-zombie hordes as Alice, the bio-engineered killer with half a dress and no memory. But thanks to the new trailer for "Resident Evil: Retribution," we now know that when the film hits theaters on September 14, Alice will have a new ally in her fight to save the future: Sony.
The coming apocalypse? Don't worry, Sony has an app for that.
Of course, product placement has long been a Hollywood staple, but rarely if ever has there been a trailer that so seamlessly (and by seamlessly we mean blatantly) catered to the sponsorship side of things. Get More »