Dwayne Johnson will star in an HBO dramedy from his Pain & Gain co-star Mark Wahlberg about retired athletes living in Miami. The pilot will shoot this fall.
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J.K. Simmons joins JD Nash’s pilot while KaDee Strickland signs on as a butt-kicker on NBC’s Bloodline, and one-time Eddie Munster Mason Cook agrees to play Rob Corddry’s son on Spy.
NBC appears to be developing an adaptation of Hench, the 2004 graphic novel by Adam Beechen and Manny Bellow about a former college sports star who turns to “henching” for supervillains.
Director Peter Berg says Battleship didn’t stand a chance in the face of The Avengers, saying the Marvel film “outperformed everything. It was impossible for Battleship to get any oxygen.”
With Battleship, Universal’s sci-fi war film inspired by the classic board game, director Peter Berg delivers a ridiculously loud and virtually incomprehensible blockbuster that’s undeniably fun, in part because the cast seems to be in on the joke.
Director Peter Berg and star Brooklyn Decker spoke with reporters at WonderCon about the making of Battleship, the big-budget alien-invasion movie inspired by the classic children’s guessing game.
Directors Peter Berg and Rupert Sanders appeared Saturday at WonderCon to discuss Universal Pictures’ Battleship and Snow White and the Huntsman, bringing with them stars Charlize Theron, Kristen Stewart, Alexander Skarsgård and Brooklyn Decker.
Universal Pictures has premiered a new trailer for Battleship, director Peter Berg’s alien-invader take on the classic children’s guessing game.
Universal Pictures and Hasbro premiered a new TV spot for Battleship during the Super Bowl that reveals the film’s armored invaders, and their fiery wheels of destruction.
Universal Pictures has released the second trailer for Battleship, the action-adventure from director Peter Berg inspired from the classic Hasbro guessing game.
The trailer for Peter Berg’s Battleship hits the Internet … and it’s pretty much what you’d expect. The alien-invasion film, which stars Liam Neeson, Taylor Kitsch, Alexander Skarsgard, Brooklyn Decker and Rihanna, opens on May 18, 2012.
Peter Berg will follow up Battleship with Lone Survivor, the story of a Navy SEAL team’s efforts in 2005 to bring down a ranking al Qaeda leader.