Adi Shankar and Phil Joanou are the makers of the phenomenal (and unofficial) Punisher short "Laundry Day," which starred Thomas Jane himself. Now they're back with True Blood star Ryan Kwanten as Eddie Brock in a fantastic 17-minute short better than the entirety of Spider-Man 3, titled "Truth in Advertising."
We recently talked to Knights of Badassdom director Joe Lynch, who showed us new footage from his LARPing-meets-demons movie. He explained why this movie avoids CGI, what genre this is, and why this is the most authentic LARPing movie ever.
Last night's Knights of Badassdom panel didn't just unveil the movie's trailer; we also got to see a clip showcasing Peter Dinklage's fake sword-fighting prowess. We also learned just who all the characters are in this faux-medieval adventure comedy.
True Blood's Ryan Kwanten is the sad man-child superhero you want to root for, in the first trailer for Griff the Invisible. Watch as the leather-clad 28-year-old tries to find his place in the world.
Move over Spider-Man — this movie is guaranteed to make fandom explode. Behold The Knights of Badassdom starring Summer Glau, Peter Dinklage, Ryan Kwanten, and Danny Pudi. This is going to be amazing.
There is no denying it, Ryan Kwanten is the best part of vampire hump-hump series True Blood. And now you can watch his superhero debut in the first ever Griff the Invisible teaser. Plus, clips from Mega Python Versus Gatoroid.
Jason Stackhouse is a pivotal part of the True Blood team, thanks to Ryan Kwanten's two greatest assets: his abs and his acting. But can he pull off the role of social outcast/superhero in his latest flick Griff the Invisible?