Is there a ton of new footage in the new Japanese trailer for Mad Max: Fury Road? Honestly, not so much. But what there is every bit as gonzo as what we saw in the first trailer and it provides... More »
Oh my. I do not know who wins the prize for best line goes to in the new NSFW trailer and TV spots for Seth MacFarlane's comedy A Million Ways to Die in the West. Sarah Silverman once again gets a... More »
Does Neil Patrick Harris never look good in a suit? Above is our first look at some of the cast of Seth McFarlane's upcoming Western comedy A Million Ways to Die in the West. Left to right, you have NPH, then... More »
According to a report at THR, Amanda Seyfried (Les Miserables and the upcoming Lovelace) is in talks to play the role of Seth MacFarlane's girlfriend in his comedy western A Million Ways To Die in the West. Now before you start silently... More »
Charlize Theron will star in and produce the film adaptation of Gillian Flynn's best-selling novel, Dark Places. The book will be adapted for the screen and directed by Gilles Paquet-Brenner. Theron will play the role of the novel's narrator and... More »
Insert Cowgirl joke here. Okay. Got that out of your system? Good. Moving on. A report over at THR suggests that uber-everything, Charlize Theron, is in final negotiations to star opposite Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane in a Blazing Saddles type... More »
Set to debut today at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, Billy Raftery's documentary Angels in Exile follows Zuleika and Ariel, two children living on the streets in Durban, South Africa. They face a bleak future, one marked by drugs,... More »
It weathered massive delays due - ironically - to good weather, survived a move to a different continent, and finished out the end of the shoot under the watchful eye of studio bean counters. But the key word in that... More »
[Since I am an unabashed fan of Peter Chung's original MTV incarnation of Aeon Flux, the below review inevitably keeps coming back to the TV show For better or worse, there is little attempt to assess the film completely... More »
When Henry Rollins agrees to do something, he isn't one to half-ass the job. Whether it's writing his LA Weekly column, appearing in films and TV, reigniting one of the many potential incarnations of Black Flag, or "buying you dinner", Rollins is all in on whatever undertaking comes his way.To...
The annual Amsterdam-based CinemAsia festival aims to provide Dutch audiences with a chance to see notable films from Asia, be it of the art-house or the blockbuster variety. This year sees its eighth iteration, but recently the festival lost some of its main sponsors (due to the general economy),...
As this year's edition of New Directors/New Films, co-programmed by the Film Society of Lincoln Center and the Museum of Modern Art, winds up (it closes tomorrow), the festival once again confirms its stellar reputation for introducing New Yorkers to audacious and vital new talent. Even the most jaded moviegoer...
Spoiler warning for Zombeavers. You get what you pay for with a movie called Zombeavers - or you'd better get it, otherwise why did you pay for it? It must suck to be a "Neologism Title" movie (for which the Sharknado trilogy sets the bar very low), because the only...
In this edition of our bi-weekly Latin Beat, we hear from our correspondent Ernesto Zelaya Minano, who lives in Peru. He tells us about two new movies: La Academia, an upcoming sports drama, and La Herencia, a comedy. Next, we head to Mexico, where our correspondence Eric Ortiz Garcia reports...