We constantly get our hopes up for upcoming movies... and then they let us down. It's easy to get sucked into the hype cycle, as people talk up their projects — but sometimes, you can tell just from the way people talk about a film that it's probably not going to work. Here are eight key phrases that usually indicate…
Apparently, pre-release fears about GI Joe being too America-centric were way off the mark; two weeks after its release, it's still the #1 movie internationally, even as it tumbles down the US charts.
With District 9 a bona fide hit and GI Joe amazing all by not crashing and burning, the summer movie season of 2009 has ended just as it began: Surprising a lot of people. What lessons can we learn?
No matter how you feel about the G.I. Joe movie, at least the exploding-ninja madness has led to some awesome viral videos. The best of which is probably this song, featuring Billy Crudup as Zartan and Zach Galifiankais as Snow-Job.
GI Joe may sound like a fully American operation, but was the movie version of the team an international operation before fans complained? A new report suggests so, much to the US Government's pleasure.
Spoilers include more on Arnie in Terminator 4, plus a glimpse of Destro in G.I. Joe. And a surprise twist in Knowing. Plus Battlestar, Lost, Doctor Who, Fringe, Chuck, Smallville, Heroes and Supernatural spoilers.