Obviously, we all know that Gerard Butler has nothing but the best sense when it comes to picking projects. However, maybe his true talents lay in producing. He’ll soon team with mega-producer Neal Moritz to produce turn the awesome YA fantasy A Darker Shade of Magic into a movie.
For the past few years, we’ve been hearing rumblings about an environmentally centered science fiction disaster film called Geostorm, starring Gerard Butler and directed by Independence Day and Stargate producer Dean Devlin. But it sounds like we hadn’t even heard the half of it.
Gerard Butler is everywhere lately pimping out his latest movies, Gods of Egypt and London Has Fallen. Both look amazingly ridiculous—a theme that comes up again and again, throughout Butler’s surprisingly lengthy filmography. How could one man star in so many silly movies? Let us count the ways.
V.E. Schwab’s novel A Darker Shade of Magic is a thrilling story of magical journeys to alternate universes—there are four different versions of London, each with its own relationship to magical forces. We loved it. [Full disclosure: Schwab’s editor also worked on my own novel.] So it’s fantastic news that this book…
Did you miss io9's 1980s-style Firefly intro, (now with more awesome), or Simon Tam's new TV-doctor drama? Don't worry — we've got the best of 2010's original video content, tributes, and the most deranged collection of Found Footage right here.
Gerard Butler is set to team up with Antoine Fuqua to star in Afterburn, a movie based on a comic book about treasure-hunters who plunder the Eastern Hemisphere after solar flares turn it into a hellhole full of monsters.
To celebrate the terrifying week of Halloween, we're digging deep into the found footage archives to bring you some horror-tinged goodness. Feast your eyes on Gerard Butler's audition tape for Dracula 2000.
The awesomeness of exploitation flick Gamer is going to surprise you. Packed with insane violence, decadent sex, and (yes!) musical numbers, the movie is a blood-dark satire of futuristic videogame culture that will push all your buttons. Spoilers ahead!
A new batch of stills from the virtual reality death trap videogame flick Gamer show the NSFW parties that are only possible when the host controls his guests' minds.
The latest trailer for Gamer gives us the run-down on all the virtual amenities available to the rich — who own human puppets, which they can control via Bob Fosse choreography. Check out Michael C. Hall's moves.
What's the deal with those candy-haired ravers from Gamer we posted a picture of a while back? Writer/directors Brian Taylor and Mark Neveldine explained their sleazy secret at Comic Con, and it has to do (not surprisingly) with gaming. Spoilers...
Hollywood writers went on strike in 2007-2008, but we're only seeing the results now, in a crop of summer movies with half-baked scripts and abnormally dunderheaded writing. So when do we start seeing some movies that the strike didn't wreck?
This is a picture from the movie Gamer. No, seriously, this be-sparkled swimsuit is an actual outfit from the gritty action thriller. Apparently in the future, our male prisoners' bodies are puppeted by the wealthy for live-action video games and the women are all on E. Full raving gallery below.
Poor Gerard Butler is doomed to serve the whims of his teenage controller as a real life video game character in the not too distant future. Check out the first leaked trailer from Game.
The future trapped-in-a-video-game thriller Game had its first test screenings, and the results were not great. According to an Ain't It Cool News source that was in one of the screenings, the Gerard Butler-starring Game is a terrible fail and in need of a complete overhaul from start to finish. Even more…
With Death Race hitting theaters, some new details have come out about the other movie about convicts battling on the Internet. Game, starring Gerard Butler, may have gotten delayed until next year, but co-star Ludacris (aka Chris Bridges) is already comparing it to the classic Running Man. Click through to find out…
You'll have to wait to watch kids play with Gerard Butler as if he were a video game avatar until the Summer of 2009. Producer Gary Lucchesi explained that the survival-game epic was pushed back to work on the many visual effects. But do expect trailer footage out over the holidays this Christmas, possibly including…
Here's the first picture of Gerard Butler from Game, the movie about prisoners being forced to play a deadly game to the death, while they're controlled by spoiled teenagers. He looks every bit the psycho killing machine, dealing out death and destruction at the whim of his rich online controller. Writer/directors…