Delivering this weekend’s most nuanced reading of Snowden, Jaden Smith, the greatest philosopher of our time, recognized the courageous public service of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden with not one, but several, shouts out on Sunday.
Let's be clear: This rumor comes from anonymous sources and is in no way official. But it worries me so much, I'm breaking a couple of my own deeply-held convictions to pray to every deity I can that it's not true. Ready? Okay, deep breath. The rumor is that Warner Bros. is looking at Jaden Smith to star in Static…
A Will Smith movie that bombs at the box office? An M. Night Shaymalan movie that people say could actually be worse? After Earth is just confusing as hell, and thus we’ve decided to answer your Frequently Asked Questions regarding the movie.
Admit it: You were secretly hoping for After Earth to be a trainwreck. It's M. Night Shyamalan's first movie since the oh-god-my-eyes Last Airbender. It's Will Smith trying to jumpstart his son Jaden's career. It has a ridiculous backstory. All signs pointed to another MST3K-worthy outing. Except After Earth is...…
A new clip from M. Night Shayamalan's After Earth titled "Monkey Discovery" has been released. In it, young Jaden Smith does indeed discover a monkey, who is extremely upset at being forced to star in an M. Night Shyamalan film. Justly so, I think.
Get a good luck at the gigantic creatures Will Smith's son will have to fight in M. Night Shyamalan's post-apocalyptic adventure After Earth. Set on Earth... after... something.
It's the white-knuckle trailer for a new scifi flick with Will Smith and his son Jaden Smith (yes, they play father and son). The effects look sweet, and I like the idea that — as Smith says in the trailer — "everything has evolved to kill humans."
What could make us dread another M. Night Shyamalan movie even more? What about adding that child actor who ruined Karate Kid? Although it sounds Shyamalan's next picture is The Happening 2, we're still clinging to a bit of optimism.
James Frey's I Am Number Four didn't blow us away... but as a movie pitch in book form, it worked great, since Michael Bay and DJ Caruso have already filmed it. And it's just the first of many.
M. Night Shyamalan's next project has a very interesting title, One Thousand A.E. - we're going on a limb here and guessing that A.E. means After Earth. Could this apocalyptic film help M. Night win back your love?