The most recent Superman movies have been darker, meaner, more cynical than the old flicks. Some people love it, but others yearn for the Superman of old that was wondrous and optimistic. Here’s a poster that embodies that oceanic sentiment.
People love to talk about destruction and violence in the latest Superman movie, Man of Steel, but they haven’t seen anything yet. Today, you’re about to see the trailer for undisputedly THE most violent Superman movie: Superman III.
This week, we're reconnecting with our love for the Last Son of Krypton, thanks to a brand new big-budget movie. Superman's had a long history, spanning eight decades, and he's gone through some really strange transformations. We pored over the book Superman by Larry Tye, and gleaned 10 weird facts you probably didn't…
Stuntman Vic Armstrong spent a career taking blows in some of Hollywood's most iconic roles. In this exclusive excerpt from his new book, he describes what it was like to actually, physically, be Indiana Jones.
As Hollywood's premiere stunt man, Vic Armstrong spent decades filling the shoes of iconic roles such as Indiana Jones and James Bond. These photos-donated to Maxim from Armstrong's personal stash-give a glimpse into the life of a stunt man, and its unique mix of rough-and-ready grunt work, and glitzy Hollywood…
"In the years since the new millennium, the world has seen such progress." So begins a noted Super Bowl commercial from 2000 that milked the Christopher Reeve sympathy/inspiration angle to show how well an investment firm can predict the future.
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