Director Jon Favreau’s “live action” remake of Disney’s dearly beloved animated classic The Lion King is both a hard and easy film to review, but a good one nonetheless.
Neel Sethi is a natural. In director Jon Favreau’s The Jungle Book, Sethi leaps off the screen, and he’s got a lot of competition on that screen too.
The Avengers assembled at the El Capitan Theater in Hollywood yesterday, April 11 for the official red carpet premier of Marvel Entertainment’s big blockbuster.
Aliens have come to Earth in director Jon Favreau’s western-style action film Cowboys & Aliens, starring Daniel Craig, Harrison Ford, and Olivia Wilde and The GATE is giving movie fans a chance to win one of five copies of the film on Blu-ray, courtesy of Universal Studios Home Entertainment.
Universal Pictures has officially unveiled the first poster for Jon Favreau’s action-thriller, Cowboys & Aliens, which stars Daniel Craig, Harrison Ford, Olivia Wilde, Sam Rockwell, Adam Beach, Paul Dano, and Noah Ringer in a Western mashup about an alien invasion.
Opening this weekend at a theatre near you, Robert Downey Jr. stars as Mr. Tony Stark in Iron Man 2; and in the documentary Babies, a filmmaker follows the lives of four newborns in four very different countries.
On May 7, Paramount Pictures debuts director Jon Favreau‘s hotly anticipated sequel, Iron Man 2, which once again stars Robert Downey Jr. as the iconic Tony Stark.
The folks over at Yahoo! Movies have revealed the first official poster for Iron Man 2, in addition to nine photos from the upcoming 2010 film.
Soon to be franchise superhero Iron Man makes his big DVD debut this week, with Robert Downey Jr. filling out the ego and the charm of this incredibly cool character. Also coming to shelves this week is Judd Apatow‘s comedy, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, with Jason Segel as another loser dealing with his empty life.
Forget about the capes, the tights, and the aliens from other planets. This Friday, May 2 a real hero arrives in theatres, and his name is Iron Man.
Born in the pages of Marvel comics in the early 1960s, Iron Man has been slightly reimagined for the modern day, and stars Robert Downey Jr. as wealthy inventor Tony Stark.