There are many actors who help make science fiction and fantasy awesome, but there are some faces you see again and again. And some actors just automatically brighten the screen whenever they appear. No matter what movie or TV show they're in, they make it better.
If aliens are going to land tomorrow, and you can only pick one movie to watch the night before you fight off the alien swarm, Battle: Los Angeles would be a pretty good choice.
In Battle: Los Angeles, hitting theaters tomorrow, Aaron Eckhart leads a Marine platoon against an all-out alien invasion.
The third trailer for Battle: Los Angeles is finally delivering all the realism and gritty war footage we were promised. And it looks great. We truly hope the film itself is as good as what we've seen in the trailers.
Michelle Rodriguez kicked ass in Lost and Avatar, but her characters always get killed. Why is that? We managed to corner her at San Diego Comic Con and ask her.
Battle For LA is still filming its alien ground war in Louisiana, and we've found a few pictures of an on-set explosion. Is this the kind of alien danger Aaron Eckhart and his military unit will have to face?
Avatar's Michelle Rodriguez says watching Star Wars: The Phantom Menace made her wish she'd rented the video game instead, so she could have controlled the fake-looking CG action. But Avatar won't give you that feeling, because the props are real.
One of the most polarizing characters from Lost will be back for at least one episode of season five, according to Entertainment Weekly. The late (but not really lamented) Ana Lucia Cortez (Michelle Rodriguez) will appear in the second episode of the season, alongside Cheech Marin, who plays Hurley's dad. So it sounds…