Remember 10 years ago when director Michael Bay took the simply designed cartoon Transformers of the ‘80s and made them into ultra-complex, shiny beings with so many moving parts they made no sense? Well, what Bay did to the Transformers themselves is what he’s done to the fifth film in the franchise, The Last Knight.
Anthony Hopkins has worked with some of the best in the business, like Steven Spielberg and Oliver Stone. The latest visionary director to earn Sir Hopkins’ favor? None other than the king of explosions, Michael Bay.
It’s been a minute since we’ve had a truly bonkers horror noir—think Se7en or Fallen—but paranormal procedural Solace looks like it has potential. Anthony Hopkins plays a psychic who helps FBI agent Jeffrey Dean Morgan track a serial killer (Colin Farrell) who is an even more powerful psychic.
This just in: Sir Anthony Hopkins, Oscar winner and veteran thespian of stage and screen, has joined the cast of Michael Bay’s fifth Transformers movie, which is titled Transformers: The Last Knight. Since his joining the cast is all we know, we’re just going to go ahead and make the obvious stupid conclusion ...
Considering how much controversy has surrounded Mel Gibson, it’s still odd how often he gets linked to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Rumors have swirled about him as an Avenger, a director, and now Gibson himself confirmed a totally different connection—to the role of Thor’s father
Anthony Hopkins' portrayal of The Silence of the Lambs' Hannibal Lecter is among the most consummate in cinematic history. So complete was his personation, about the only thing that could elevate his chilling performance was the addition of a sinister-looking bite mask. The question filmmakers grappled with: Which…
RED was a fun little movie, that was worth watching just for Bruce Willis being Batman, Morgan Freeman and John Malkovich acting silly and above all Helen Mirren kicking ass in high heels. RED 2 struggles to recapture the magic of the original, but it's a perfect example of a sequel that doesn't have a good reason to…
We thought Red 2, the movie based on Warren Ellis' original spy comic, was already over-stuffed with stars, but isn't there always room for Anthony Hopkins playing a mad scientist who assembled a secret nuclear bomb underneath Moscow was imprisoned for 30+ years? We say yes, and this new Red 2 trailer backs us up.
The director, writers, and cast of Thor recently sat down to explain why Thor is the first superhero that's actually science fiction, how to make an Asgardian prince relatable, and what lies ahead for the characters in future movies.
The first ever clip from Thor is out, and it showcases the Norse God's nastier side, and Natalie Portman and Kat Denning's comedic talents. What do you think — does the "myth out of water" humor work so far?
Haven't you always wanted to see Anthony Hopkins grab a hot young priest and call him "kissy lips"? To see this thespian master hurl frogs around while screaming about Satan? Of course! That's why exorcism thriller The Rite exists.
In the exorcism thriller The Rite, Anthony Hopkins plays an unconventional priest locked in mortal combat with Satan. But Hopkins, an agnostic, was uncomfortable with his character - he told us how he slipped a doubter's message into the film.
While discussing his upcoming exorcism thriller The Rite, legendary actor Anthony Hopkins told us a little about the world of Thor, and the great weight that is placed upon you when you play the god Odin... both literally and metaphorically.
Want to know who all those dapper Asgardians are in the new Thor trailer? Here's our breakdown of the trailer, complete with character descriptions and plot theories. Spoilers on!
What's scarier than Hannibal? Watching Anthony Hopkins go full blown Exorcist in the trailer for the new demon possession movie The Rite.
Check out your first look at the massive golden throne room for the ruler of Asgard, from Marvel's Thor movie. Plus get your first glimpses of Fandral, Hogan, Frigga and Loki's dashing horned helmet.
Today Marvel released a photo of Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Odin (Anthony Hopkins), and Loki (Tom Hiddleston) looking like a trio of totally butch dudes in Asgard's halls. UPDATE: You'll also be seeing both these bros and Captain America in 3-D.
Watch the mighty Thor running, jumping and blowing up a 7-11 on the Thor movie set. ET has a 4 minute look at the new superhero film, including interviews with Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman and director Kenneth Branagh.
The latest Marvel movie rumor is almost too good to be true: Joss Whedon's the leading contender to direct The Avengers, and it's not an April Fools joke. Meanwhile, another rumor, about trouble on the Thor set, is already busted.