Dr. George Church is a real-life Dr. Frankenstein. The inventor of CRISPR and one of the minds behind the Human Genome Project is no longer content just reading and editing DNA—now he wants to make new life. In Ben Mezrich’s latest book, Wooly: The True Story of the Quest to Revive One of History’s Most Iconic Extinct…
If you think about it, we owe Jeff Bridges a lot. Without him we wouldn’t have the Dude, Kevin Flynn, Starman, or dozens of other pop culture icons. What you didn’t know, though, is that in a roundabout way, we may also have him to thank for a small piece of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The sequel to Kingsman: The Golden Circle just had a fun addition to its cast: The Dude himself, Jeff Bridges.
Back in December, we were surprised to see The Little Prince would be told as a story-within-a-story with contrasting animation styles. Now, the film’s second trailer has dropped, giving us an even greater idea of what to expect. We’re excited; it looks gorgeous, plus who can resist the golden throat of Jeff Bridges?
Seventh Son just does not give a flying dragon fuck. The latest in a long line of fantasy epics that include Season of the Witch, Jack the Giant Slayer and Hansel and Gretel, Witch Hunters, this movie knows exactly what it is. And Jeff Bridges and Julianne Moore know what kind of movie they're in. Spoilers ahead...
Jeff Bridges plays yet another untrustworthy mentor in the new fantasy film Seventh Son. But not all gruff, bearded Jeff Bridges characters are bad. We sat down with Bridges, one on one, and talked fantasy, fake teeth and why the chaos on the set of Iron Man actually worked.
I don't know if Jeff Bridges shares the same love for the White Russian as The Dude does. But the guys at the Mexican liquor brand Kahlúa—one of the main ingredients of the cocktail—seem to think so because they just produced this twisted-ending short film starring Jeff Bridges—or maybe The Dude, who knows.
The Giver by Lois Lowry isn't just a ground-breaking YA novel. It's a powerful fable about the relationship between an old man and a child, who struggle with the memories their "perfect" society has chosen to forget. And now it's been turned into an okay movie that's missing the magic of the book. What happened?
Jeff Bridges has been trying to turn Lois Lowry's novel The Giver into a feature film for twenty years. So what took so long? We asked him, and we also asked "The Receiver" how they developed the actual art of giving and taking in The Giver.
There's a lot the upcoming Giver movie has changed from the book: The age of the characters, the expansion of the film into a thriller, the addition of a character who is no longer around in the book. But there's one change Lois Lowry wishes she had thought of.
Ready for some Junior High nostalgia? Here's the very first look at The Giver movie adaptation: Jonas and The Giver himself inside the Library of Memory!
The R.I.P.D. gag reel is better than the entire film. No, really.
We've been hoping for a while that Jeff Bridges will really get his movie of Lois Lowry's classic novel The Giver off the ground. And that it'll be as good as it deserves to be. Now, there's a strong piece of evidence in favor of both notions: Meryl Streep could be joining the cast.
In Seventh Son, Jeff Bridges is a witch-hunter who takes on an apprentice to fight an evil witch (Julianne Moore). But we didn't realize is this film is chock full of Ray Harryhausen-style monsters, until we saw a ton of footage here at San Diego Comic-Con. Spoilers ahead...
R.I.P.D. is many things: inoffensive, inconsequential, mildly entertaining, a by-the-numbers knock-off of Men in Black, and an unofficial sequel to True Grit. What is it not, though, is a movie you should pay any money to see.
Get ready for R.I.P.D.'s premiere with two short animated "deleted scenes" courtesy of Adult Swim! Here, Wild West lawman Roy Pulsifer knows there are worse things than death — namely, getting your corpse chewed on by vultures and thing dragged away (and possibly humped?) by coyotes.
One of the central gimmicks of R.I.P.D., out next week, is that people don't recognize the ghost cops played by Jeff Bridges and Ryan Reynolds — instead, they see Bridges as a hot blonde babe and Reynolds as an elderly Asian man. Now at last, this clip shows how it works.
Jeff Bridges and Ryan Reynolds are the undead cops who keep our world safe from the unholy ghosts called "deados." The first trailer for R.I.P.D. conveys the goofy Men in Black vibe, right down to the strange new weapons.
Ryan Reynolds teams up with Jeff Bridges for the supernatural buddy cop movie R.I.P.D., and we caught the first footage here at CinemaCon. Could this be the break from dark gritty action movies we've been waiting for?
Ryan Reynolds is trying his hand at another comic book movie, this time Dark Horse's R.I.P.D. about a cop (Reynolds) who gets murdered, and then joins the police's Rest in Peace Department to catch his own killer.