Director Ron Howard continues to bring fans behind the scenes of the untitled Han Solo movie via his Twitter, today using it to confirm that actor Paul Bettany has joined the cast.
Unless you’ve been on a movie set before, it’s hard to describe just how tedious and monotonous making one can be. So it’s no surprise when you see something like this Captain America: Civil War gag reel, which features most of the cast cursing, laughing, and generally just screwing everything up. It’s the only human…
The first Avengers: Age of Ultron gag reel was funny, but there’s a new one out and it’s better. Why? Well, there’s a lot of passionate kissing between odd characters, such as Vision and Thor, and we even get some blooper CGI that likely cost more than most other movies.
The Vision was by far the most secretive part of Avengers: Age of Ultron as we led up to its release. But now that he’s out there and we know where he fits in, Marvel is finally opening up about the creation of the character. A new video even equates him to a delicious summer beverage: the gin and tonic.
First he was JARVIS, now he's the Vision. We sat down with Paul Bettany at Comic-Con and desperately tried to needle any details out of the newest addition to the Earth's mightiest heroes. And here's what we discovered.
We're excited that regular Christopher Nolan cinematographer Wally Pfister is picking up the director's mantle for his debut film, Transcendence. And now we get a very tiny look at what is going on in Pfister's movie world.
Say what you will about Paul Bettany's slice-em-up vampire Western Priest, we're sluts for interesting world-building. And this new trailer has heaps of it. Watch how the Church changed the vampire-besieged world forever!
How did we wind up with a post-apocalyptic world where the church is our only defence against vampires? Watch this amazing animation prequel by Genndy Tartakovsky (Samurai Jack) that explains the bloody vampire vs. human history of Priest.
We all remember the utterly horrific and unbearable angels-with-guns flick Legion. So naturally we were skeptical about another supernatural thriller starring Paul Bettany. But thank goodness, the footage we watched last night from Priest was surprisingly fun.
Future cities, motorcycles, brothers, CG monsters, CG vampires, cowboy vampires, Emperor-esque priests, forehead burns, brothers on their deathbeds, crucifix ninja weapons, lady warriors, train jumping — gasp! Everything you've ever wanted from a monster vampire motorcycle movie is in Priest.
Paul Bettany will convert you to the worship of smouldering crucifix-faced angst, vampire-hunting explosions and six-pack abs, judging from the latest trailer for next summer's Priest. If you played a spot-the-cliche drinking game on this trailer, you'd pass out. Spoilers!
Ready to be plunged into a post-apocalyptic war between super-clergy and wild vampires? Check out the first trailer for Priest! [via HeyUGuys]
If you're looking for post-apocalyptic warfare between vampires and super-strong priest in a dark world of walled cities and space trains, then we present to you Priest, the latest supernatural action spectacular from the director and star of Legion.
You know how you've been waiting for a bad-ass angel movie? One that will finally cement the Feathered Soldiers of the Almighty in the action-flick firmament? Yeah well - Legion isn't it.
Angel Fight! The winged, prissy Gabriel goes up against humanity's only hope, a single fallen angel with a gun. Can you even shoot an Angel? Apparently yes — check out the latest ultra-violent clip from Legion.
A new batch of Legion stills show God's wrath pouring down on humankind via fire, plague and melty-demon ice cream men. Behold the mighty smiting in the form of pissed-off old women.
The unholy battle between humans and angels has started, with the redband Legion trailer. In which gun-carrying angel Paul Bettany chops off his wings, to protect an unborn savior. Looks like a boil-popping good time.
We've long speculated on the meaning of the mysterious tattoos adorning Paul Bettany's body as the Archangel Michael in the apocalyptic truck-stop movie Legion. Now, we've finally learned the secrets of Bettany's angelic ink and the heavenly LoJack system.
Paul Bettany's shirtless chest and wings greets Comic Con visitors from the rafters. Seriously, forget Avatar, the the end of the world truck stop second coming of Christ movie Legion may be Comic Con's big winner.