When it was released in 1995, Virtuosity (from director Brett Leonard, who’d already explored virtual reality in 1992's Lawnmower Man) was a bomb, despite the star power of Denzel Washington and an up-and-comer named Russell Crowe. In 2016, it’s now hilariously dated—but that actually makes it way more entertaining to…
He brought the Good Book to the wasteland in The Book of Eli. Now Denzel Washington has signed on for another Dystopian flick titled Shovel Ready. Hopefully this one won't actually be about a shovel.
Though fans have often clamored for a sequel to 1970s classic Zardoz, only the Hughes Brothers could have done it, with Book of Eli. But did they toss aside the original film's message to reboot it for a new generation?
The days of heroes who talk normally are gone, thanks to the raspy Christian Bale. Check out Denzel Washington's take on a sore-throated hero, in this video peek at the making of Eli. Then watch him disarm 16 post-apocalyptic henchmen.
Forget the knives and ditch the guns. All Denzel needs to take on Gary Oldman's Mad Max-style futuristic gang is his mighty bow and arrow. Take a better look at these new stills from The Book of Eli.
The Hughes Bros are back with a promising, post-apocalyptic movie called Book of Eli. At Comic-Con, we saw some footage of Denzel Washington as hero-with-a-past Eli, kicking major ass and fighting Gary Oldman.
Not only is Denzel wielding two fat barrels in your direction, but in the other comics-inspired movie poster for his post-apocalyptic film The Book Of Eli, he's done a lotta serious damage with a bloody machete. Check out the carnage.
Masi Oka's character on Heroes has dispensed so much conventional wisdom about heroism, it gives the entire audience nosebleeds. But now Oka is set to show us the true nature of heroism: via a story about massively multiplayer online games.
Well, despite having more God Machines than the Pope's Garage and more loose ends than a Caprican Strip-club "YEEEEAAAHH!" I was pleased. So say we all? LAUNCH ALL DISASTERS!
Give me a Gary Oldman villain over any other baddie, any day. Check out our first glimpse of Denzel and Gary's post-apocalyptic power struggle.
Jennifer Beals is joining the cast of the post apocalyptic thriller The Book Of Eli. Famous for her roles in Flashdance and as the sex addicted Bette Porter in The L Word, Beals should be able to keep up with heavy hitters Denzel Washington and Gary Oldman on set — at least we're hoping so, because I'd hate to get in…
Some new casting calls have come out for The Book Of Eli, the post-apocalyptic film starring Denzel Washington and Gary Oldman. And they hint at some plot snippets that make this movie sound just as violent and demented as you'd expect from the directors of Menace II Society and From Hell.