The Space Between Us is one of the most intriguing scifi films due this year. It’s about the first human who’s born in outer space, thus technically making him an alien—how he deals with that, how humanity deals with that, and a romance that blossoms as a result.
Tuesday at CinemaCon kicked off with STX Entertainment, a company you may not have heard of, but you will. They released several small movies recently (including The Gift, The Boy and Hardcore Henry). And they gave us our first look at a very enticing 2016 slate, including a film called The Space Between Us.
Time and time again, Gary Oldman proves there’s nothing he can’t do. However, his latest project takes that statement to a whole new level. He is co-writing a book called Blood Riders which will “reinvent the rules and realities of vampires and sex and the power of love.”
The funniest thing that happened yesterday involving famous actors didn't happen at the Oscars. It was this trailer for a fake movie featuring Ben Kingsley, Gary Oldman, Mandy Patinkin, Kevin Spacey as Keyboard Cat and Chistoph Waltz as Hamster on a Piano. It's hilarious.
Yesterday we saw the trailer for José Padilha brand new RoboCop Reboot. And it made us feel a lot of things. Some excitement, but mostly dread. Here are the moments that got us the most worked up in the new RoboCop reboot trailer.
There's a ton of amazing talent in David Bowie's music video for "The Next Day": Bowie, for one, but also Gary Oldman and Marion Cotillard, reunited after The Dark Knight Rises. But the video itself is a dismally on-the-nose, been-there-done-that critique of organized religion. NSFWish for breasts and blood.
The sequel to Rise of the Planet of the Apes is shaping up nicely. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes has not only retained Andy Serkis in his astounding role as Caesar the revolutionary ape, but they've also managed to find him a worthy nemesis. ComingSoon is reporting that Gary Oldman has been cast as a leader of the…
In an attempt to create a movie that would sweep the Academy Awards, Jimmy Kimmel put together a nine-minute film trailer that includes just about every genre and everyone in Hollywood — including a robotic Tom Hanks, Jeff Goldblum, J.J. Abrams, Gary Oldman, Helen Mirren on a hovercraft, a runaway meteor, and Air Bud.
In an effort to stymie blabbermouths, director Christopher Nolan's apparently only revealing the ending of The Dark Knight Rises to select cast members. And according to Gary "Commissioner Gordon" Oldman, Nolan's directorial omertà is so thorough that he won't commit the ending to paper.
We're very excited to roll about in the snow with Catherine Hardwicke's sexy, hairless wolf boys. And this new crop of movie snaps from Red Riding Hood certainly turns up the heat. Take us now Gary Oldman!
Catherine Hardwicke's next paranormal film promises all sorts of naked nastiness in the woods. Amanda Seyfried and her werewolf suitors are trying very hard to make medieval orgies the new Twilight. A new trailer is all bosoms, blood...and Gary Oldman.
Catherine Hardwicke's Red Riding Hood Trailer wants you to know it's sexy — very sexy. What with all the sexy forest-floor fondling and woodshed straddling. We're sure there's a plot in there somewhere, buried under the Amanda Seyfried hotness.
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.
During the Book of Eli panel at Comic-Con, Gary Oldman dropped a major piece of news. He said the next Batman movie starts filming next year, and is expected to be out in 2011.
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!