Update: Jeremy Renner actually broke his arms while filming a stunt for New Line comedy Tag. During the chat where he revealed the injuries, he was also discussing filming Avengers: Infinity War, leading to the confusion that the injuries stemmed from his Hawkeye roll. Here is the original article.
Arrival is the kind of science fiction film we dream of. It’s got big stars, a bigger concept, and the longer it goes, the more it demands of its audience. The pacing is methodical, the story captivating, and filmmaking beautiful. You rarely have a clue where it’s going—but once it gets there, you won’t be able to get…
Science fiction fans, it’s time to get excited. The first reviews of Denis Villeneuve’s alien contact film Arrival are in and they’re good. Really, really good.
I mean, if you happened to be in a first contact situation with an alien race, you’d be on edge too. But these clips from Denis Villeneuve’s Arrival have us on the edge of our seats in the best possible way.
The verdict is in: The trailers for Arrival look awesome. Denis Villeneuve’s adaptation of Ted Chiang’s “Story Of Your Life” is sure to provide a unique spin on the alien invasion film and 12 new posters give you an idea of its scope.
We got about a minute of footage last week, and now the full trailer for the movie adaptation of Ted Chiang’s “Story Of Your Life” is here. And it is tense.
The first trailer from Arrival, Denis Villeneuve’s adaptation of the Ted Chiang short story Story Of Your Life is finally here. It looks like an Oscar contender wrapped in a high-concept blockbuster package, which is a way to say it looks great.
We’ve been eagerly waiting to see the upcoming adaptation of Ted Chaing’s short story, The Story of Your Life, ever since we first heard about it. A preview screening for the film appears to point to a name change for the film.
A linguist and a theoretical physicist are the stars of the latest movie from the director of Sicario and the upcoming Blade Runner 2. The movie is Story Of Your Life, based on the short story by Ted Chiang, and this Amy Adams/Jeremy Renner movie looks awesome.
While it may sometimes seem that History exclusively airs back-to-back episodes of Pawn Stars, the cable channel will soon be adding a new scripted drama to its schedule: Knightfall, about the Knights Templar. And it’s got major star power behind it, courtesy of The Avengers’ Jeremy Renner.
Jeremy Renner is a great actor, but either a new interview is his best performance yet or he’s really heard nothing about an eventual Avengers/Guardians of the Galaxy crossover. When asked about the proposition, the Hawkeye actor seemed incredibly sincere in his belief that it’s not happening.
In eight days, everyone will find out that IMF is in a bad way. As Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation begins, the Impossible Missions Force is struggling to survive on multiple levels. Only Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) can restore the agency In this exclusive featurette, you’ll see Hunt has his work cut out for him.
Because of course they are. We're only a few years away from losing nonfiction television shows entirely. The History Channel took its first tentative steps into this area with Vikings, and this new show, Knightfall, will be its second scripted show.
Callin' it: the official trendy word to include in your franchise entry is ROGUE. Because hot on the heels of the Rogue One announcement, we have news that the next Mission: Impossible flick is titled Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation. Lots of fists/motorcycles/Pegg in the teaser trailer below.
No, this isn't some bizarre spoiler for The Avengers: Age of Ultron. Hawkeye actor Jeremy Renner apparently stuck Scarlett Johansson's stunt double's mask on his own face, and the effect is...really strange.
On last night's episode of Saturday Night Live, Jeremy Renner reprised his role as the Avengers' crack archer Hawkeye. But during the final battle, Hawkeye runs out of arrows. What is a mere mortal with really great aim to do?
We have an early contender for the most ridiculous movie of 2013: Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters. Delayed from summer 2012 because this film would have looked like a sillier version of Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter, it's now coming out in January. And holy crap, does this look ridiculous.
I guess it's lucky that I had just watched Bourne Ultimatum the night before I watched Bourne Legacy because if I hadn't, the first half of this spinoff flick would have made almost no sense. Tony Gilroy, who wrote the first three films, took over as director on Legacy — and it shows. The film is slavishly bound to…