Samuel L., what say you?
Williams says he was set to play a “kick-ass character” that was half-man, half-beast.
\A lazily assembled, thematically ugly stab at a buddy action film that misses nearly every mark.
Christopher Nolan masterfully reimagines the war movie with clockwork precision.
It’ll mark the director’s first-ever film based on a true story.
An exhaustive dissection of Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Shocker: Universal is more concerned with building a franchise than an actual film.
Quentin Tarantino cult classic coming to vinyl for the first time.
Featuring screenings of Eegah and a second secret surprise film, with appearances from Joel Hodgson, Jonah Ray, Patton Oswalt, and more.
Glass will star Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, and James McAvoy.
Here’s the very best from one of his generation’s most prolific and unforgettable actors.
The latest entry in the Canadian punks’ Zodiac Series.
This Vietnam-era update of the Kong legend is stylish and surprisingly brutal throughout.