There are filmmaking partnerships between director and actor that make for great cinema like Scorcese and DiCaprio, or Carpenter and Russell, Tim Burton and Johnny Depp. Ok, maybe not that last one, but you get the idea. When a director and actor have the kind of symbiotic relationship that makes
The X-Men franchise hits the reset button once again with X-Men: Days of Future Past, directed by Bryan Singer. But to what end?
Editor’s Note: We’re headed to New York Comic-Con for the first time! Our fantastic team of writers at the con includes Merrill Barr, Michael O’Brien, and Jason Tabrys. Check out what we’re excited to see at the con. In no particular order: 1. The Walking Dead Panel Andrew Lincoln will
The moment William Shatner signed on to play one of the most beloved figures in television and film history, Captain James Tiberius Kirk, his life changed forever. He loved and adored by millions of people, but his most loyal fanbase is definitely the Trekkie! He continues to stay involved with the
The Captains Close Up with William Shatner arrives on DVD on August 13. Join the original Star Trek captain, the iconic William Shatner, to travel the globe to sit with those who’ve also sat on the bridge of the Starship Enterprise
X-Men: Days of Future Past put on a good show at Comic-Con, and now Marvel is carrying on the momentum with these two character posters.
[one_third] Release Date Dec. 11, 2012 [/one_third] [one_third] Rated R / NR [/one_third] [one_third_last] Length 107 min. / 114 min. [/one_third_last] For centuries, man has used fairy tales to teach children life lessons, like the importance of telling the truth and being wary of stranger-danger. But what about adults? We don’t