Laurence Fishburne is, by all accounts, a welcome addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He’s a great actor, and my only complaint with his appearance in Ant-Man and The Wasp is that there wasn’t more of it.
One of the great things about actors like Laurence Fishburne is that they’re able to bring characters to life so well they damn near make you believe in their fictional stories. One of the worst things about being an actor like Laurence Fishburne is that sometimes fans can’t separate fact from fiction.
Laurence Fishburne got a phone call to come out and make an appearance in Justice League as Daily Planet editor Perry White, but he was too busy washing his hair. He’s said it was a scheduling issue, but there could be another, more juicy reason. According to Fishburne, DC’s kind of blowing it.
The year is 2047, the place is Neptune’s orbit, and the psychological mindfuck factor is off the charts, for the rescue crew aboard the Lewis & Clark. The film is Event Horizon, named for a long-lost space ship which has maybe been to HELL and back — and it’s one of the most underrated space-horror flicks ever.
There are only two distinguishing characteristics of The Colony, in select theaters today: 1) snow and 2) cannibalism. But it’s really the cannibalism where The Colony gets truly unique. And by unique, I mean ridiculous. Spoilers ahead...
Check out an exclusive clip from The Colony, a post-apocalyptic action movie coming to VOD on August 20 and hitting theaters on Sept. 20. In which Laurence Fishburne's team of investigators faces rather a lot of nasty cannibals.
The Colony is set in the frozen dystopian future. All that remains of Earth are a few colonies, and when one of those colonies launches a distress call, it's up to Laurence Fishburne to save the day... from cannibals. Yeah, super-strength human cannibals!
Got room for one more movie about people running around the shattered wasteland that's all that remains of our world? Here's The Colony, a new movie starring Laurence Fishburne as the leader of a colony during a new Ice Age.
The latest teaser for Robert Rodriguez's Predators is out, and it showcases Laurence Fishburne's character Noland, a survivalist so burly that he sports Predator armor. Watch this clip to learn Noland's totally unhelpful advice on how to kill Predators.
We already brought you the first featurette about Robert Rodriguez's Predators. Now the first trailer is up, via IGN, and it includes some new footage, including Laurence Fishburne's lessons on how to survive the Predator hunt... when you're the game.
When Laurence Fishburne joins a group of criminals and villains, forced to do battle with the mighty Predators, what character will he play? We had our suspicions, but now a new interview reveals a whole new twist.
We're all skeptical about Robert Rodriguez's Predators, in the wake of Adrien Brody and Topher Grace's casting. But a new casting report should ease your fears: The one and only Morpheus is ready to kick a little alien butt.