Following confirmation that Disney is developing standalone Star Wars films centering on established characters, our thoughts turn to which young actors could step into Harrison Ford’s boots for the rumored Han Solo origin story.
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The star-studded cast of Savages discusses the film’s complex relationships and the experience of working with three-time Oscar-winning director Oliver Stone. The crime drama opens today nationwide.
Set against the violent backdrop of America’s drug war with Mexico, director Oliver Stone’s Savages boasts a great cast and some good action, but ultimately fails to deliver the goods.
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.
At CinemaCon in Las Vegas, Universal Pictures teased its film slate all the way into summer 2013, with previews of Snow White and the Huntsman, The Bourne Legacy, R.I.P.D. and much more.
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.
Universal Pictures has premiered a new trailer for Battleship, director Peter Berg’s alien-invader take on the classic children’s guessing game.
In the hands of Pixar director Andrew Stanton, Disney’s John Carter is a satisfying sci-fi adventure that brings modern audiences all the spectacle of old Hollywood historical epics.
John Carter star Lynn Collins talks with SPINOFF ONLINE about the challenges of playing Martian warrior-princess Dejah Thoris in the Disney action-adventure.
Actor Taylor Kitsch discusses playing the lead in Disney’s John Carter, working with director Andrew Stanton, and what he looks for in a role.
Disney has premiered the first full scene from director Andrew Stanton’s John Carter, featuring Taylor Kitsch, Lynn Collins and Mark Strong.
Disney has debuted seven new stills from director Andrew Stanton’s John Carter, featuring shots of Taylor Kitsch, Lynn Collins and Martian cities.