The Front Runner, director Jason Reitman’s look inside a cultural moment in time that helped alter the course of modern journalism, follows along in the tonal vein of other recently minted film and television looks at politicians falling from grace, but it also finds the filmmaker and his chosen star in reinvigorated form.
The Greatest Showman, this holiday season’s token blockbuster musical, is a top to bottom mess of a film that can’t decide if it wants to be a biopic, a romance, completely made up hooey, or a bunch of music videos for modern styled pop songs that all sound exactly the same strung end to end
An ultraviolent, but suitable presumed send-off for Hugh Jackman’s portrayal of Wolverine, Logan tries to once again differentiate itself from the franchise it spawned from and similarly ends up with mixed results.
The third and final trailer for Bryan Singer’s X-Men: Days of Future Past launched earlier this week, and it’s a big one, whether you’re a fan of the original comic books or coming in brand new.
The Wolverine landed on Blu-ray last week–just in time for the holidays–and to get you in the gifting spirit, we’re giving away one copy of the action-packed film courtesy of 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment.
The 85th Academy Awards, hosted by Seth MacFarlane, took over the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood Sunday, February 24, with the usual huge lineup of celebrities and filmmaking superpowers.
New releases in theatres this weekend: Hugh Jackman shows off his parenting and boxing skills opposite his young co-star Dakota Goyo in Real Steel; and George Clooney and Ryan Gosling star in the intense political drama, The Ides Of March.
Hugh Jackman, Dakota Goyo and Evangeline Lilly star in director Shawn Levy’s action-drama, Real Steel, and The GATE is giving away double passes in eight Canadian cities to see the film before it opens in theatres on October 7.
The newly released one-sheet from DreamWorks’ upcoming Real Steel, starring Hugh Jackman, Evangeline Lilly, Kevin Durand and Dakota Goyo.
Real Steel opens on October 7, 2011.
Earlier today I had a chance to screen Matthew Vaughn’s X-Men: First Class, and all I’m gonna say so far is that the hype is fairly accurate–it’s an awesome film, but it was seriously deficient in the cameo department.