After a nearly decade of waiting, it’s finally happening.
Filled with excellent action and a lot of emotion, Solo: A Star Wars Story is going to surprise a lot of people. Despite its troubled production, it’s ended up being incredibly fun and funny, with great characters, performances, and a huge range of Star Wars references to delight fans and non-fans alike.
Given how Disney hurled the Star Wars Expanded Universe into the trash compacter, there have been questions as to how Solo: A Star Wars Story would handle Han Solo’s origin. A new clip seems to confirm that part of his EU background has made it into Disney’s new canon. Plus, Thandie Newton’s Val finally gets to speak.…
I’m of the belief that Matt Reeves’ War for the Planet of the Apes is one of the best films of the year. It’s the kind of film you have to really nitpick to find flaws in, but one tiny thing that comes to mind was, in fact, covered in a deleted scene.
War for the Planet of the Apes is a unique effects-driven summer blockbuster in that it has a very clear end to a major part of its story. There’s no cliffhanger or obvious sequel hook here. And yet there’s still more story of the apes to tell.
When War for the Planet of the Apes ended, I was unable to move. Glued to my seat, I sat dumbfounded at the achievement I’d just witnessed: an exquisitely filmed, emotionally stunning film that challenges what a big-budget, summer blockbuster is supposed to be. And it’s about a planet of apes.
The first photo from the set of the still-untitled Han Solo film was posted Tuesday, and things are pretty cramped in the Millennium Falcon.
Speaking to Variety on Sunday, Zombieland star Woody Harrelson revealed that he will play the future smuggler’s mentor in Han Solo’s upcoming standalone film, verifying a rumor first reported earlier this month.
The film adaptation of Daniel Clowes’ graphic novel Wilson was announced a while back. A new trailer gives us the first look at Woody Harrelson as the doofy title character.
StarWars.com has just confirmed a report from earlier this month. Woody Harrelson is joining the Star Wars universe with a role in the 2018 Han Solo film.
Variety has sources saying that Woody Harrelson is in the early stages of negotiation to play the mentor of Han Solo (Alden Ehrenreich) in the next standalone Star Wars movie.
The downside to the new Planet of the Apes series is the films are so FX-heavy that they take a long time to make—and you may forget a new one is coming. War for the Planet of the Apes is on the horizon, though, and it’ll be introduced to the world as part of New York Comic-Con next weekend.
We’re coming up on the 7th anniversary of the star-studded, horror comedy Zombieland. That also means we’re coming up on the 7th anniversary of talk about a sequel. However, now that the original film’s writers have a new monster hit movie under their belt, they’re back at it.
Everyone loves a good magic trick, and the success of the first Now You See Me almost felt like one. It had a great cast and premise, but no one could have guessed it would be a breakout hit or merit a sequel. Yet here we are, along with the newest trailer for Now You See Me 2, due June 2nd.
The only real danger in casting Woody Harrelson as your bad guy is that there’s every chance he runs away with the whole movie and we end up rooting for him instead of the apes.
If negotiations go as planned, Daniel Clowes (Ghost World) will write the script for the big-screen adaption of his graphic novel Wilson, with Woody Harrelson playing the cranky title character and Laura Dern as his ex-wife.
Didn't get your fill of awkward CG movie-making from The Spirit? Then watch the trailer for Bunraku, which has an amazing cast: Josh Hartnett, Demi Moore, Woody Harrelson, Ron Perlman and Kevin McKidd. But a very sour Frank Miller taste to it even though it was written and directed by Guy Moshe.
Woody Harrelson takes a break from slaughtering the undead to smacking around a few criminals, in his homemade superhero film Defendor. The first official trailer is out, showcasing his crime-fighting toys, lime juice, tape, marbles, and Batman voice.
Finally the first explosion-free clip from 2012, stuffed with wild-eyed Woody Harrelson conspiracy theories and Danny Glover's dusty president. And check out some behind-the-carnage moments from 2012.
They said zombie romance couldn't be done, but new gorecom Zombieland proves it can. And it's not sappy romance either - it delivers the angsty, twitchy, hyperverbal courtship style of the geek generation. Dystopia is the perfect hookup prelude.