Though yesterday brought us a gallery of new images, knowing how guarded Christopher Nolan is about his upcoming ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ (and rightfully so), we expect that this batch of images from the anticipated sequel will be some of the last early teases we’ll get before the movie reaches theaters on July 20. So pore over every detail, because a few crucial details are revealed below.
Does anybody have a list of the movies Bill Murray could have been in if the notoriously hard-to-reach actor had only checked his messages? Apparently we can add one more mega-movie franchise to that healthy roster of missed opportunities, because Murray confirms that he could have been in ‘Iron Man,’ only Robert Downey Jr. couldn’t get a hold of him.
Everyone wanted to see ‘The Avengers.’ Some of you out there with overactive imaginations probably want to BE The Avengers. But does anyone – anyone, at all – want to smell like The Avengers? Because if so, we’ve got you covered.
In his prime, Jackie Chan was marvelous. The untouchable martial artist kicked, punched and grinned his way to super-stardom in whirling dervish features like ‘Police Story,’ ‘Supercop,’ ‘The Legend of Drunken Master,’ ‘Rumble in the Bronx’ and ‘Who Am I?’ But age got the best of him, and Chan ended up in pictures like ‘Rush Hour 3’ and ‘The Spy Next Door.’ It seemed like Chan’s action career was over. Not yet.
It’s such a famous scene that if we simply say “Sharon Stone’s ‘Basic Instinct’ moment,” you know exactly which revealing shot I’m referencing. And apparently Nicole Kidman will attempt to top it – if possible – in Lee Daniels’ upcoming drama ‘The Paperboy.’ Want to see for yourself?
IKEA specializes in affordable, streamlined and semi-stylish furniture that’s space-efficient, strangely named yet easy for just about anybody to put together. Oh, and their cafeteria has amazing Swedish meatballs. But the company is taking a bold step toward cornering the home-entertainment market with their latest “invention” – a combination TV stand and smart LED HDTV/Blu-ray player that reaches European markets this fall.
There’s going to be a wild rumpus in heaven tonight. Maurice Sendak, beloved author and illustrator of such children’s classics as ‘Where the Wild Things Are’ and the controversial ‘In the Night Kitchen,’ passed away in Danbury, Conn. following complications from a recent stroke. He was 83.
Tarzan, Sherlock Holmes and James Bond are the three classic characters Hollywood won’t let die; they’ll likely be around in some form of storytelling decades after all of us are gone. So with Daniel Craig filming the latest 007 thriller and Holmes ready to return to PBS on Sunday, it’s time for Tarzan to swing back to theaters. We have details.
‘The Hunger Games’ and ‘Bridesmaids’ topped all nominees for the MTV Movie Awards – announced this morning – and will compete against each other for the title of Movie of the Year. Which begs the question: What year are we talking about?
It made sense to bring Leonard Nimoy’s version of Spock into the fold for J.J. Abrams’ ‘Star Trek’ reboot. The character’s actions on screen literally restarted the franchise, allowing Abrams and his team to introduce younger versions of our cherished characters. But does it make any sense to bring Nimoy back for the sequel?
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