Five years ago, I was an editor at Vibe, and I got an assignment to interview Usher. It was my second time profiling him for a cover story, but this setting would be more intimate than the previous one—instead of meeting in a hotel conference room, we’d talk at an outdoor bar at the Sunset Marquis in Hollywood, just…
HBO’s True Detective returns tonight with an all new cast and story. We all have questions: will there be weird philosophizing? Will Colin Ferrell’s mustache be the villain? Will it be as good as the first season? We’ll see tonight: weigh in on the comments with your thoughts and comments tonight!
Taylor Kitsch — John Carter of Mars himself — is the greatest sidekick/mentor ever, in this teaser for the new game Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. This is basically two minutes of power-suit mayhem, with Kitsch saying the weirdest quips ever.
Just in case you're forgotten how sad it is that Disney's first John Carter movie bombed — thanks to a horrific ad campaign more than any fault of the movie's own — star Taylor Kitsch told Variety "the second script was fucking awesome." Sigh.
Every summer, there's at least one huge-budget film that squanders $200 million or so on boring action, unfunny jokes, weird racial stereotypes and bloated special effects sequences. And apparently this summer, it's officially Battleship. The "wet Transformers" movie has come out a whole month early in the U.K., which…
Universal's board game adaptation ditches the round pegs and plastic destroyers of the original Battleship for a high-seas skirmish between the US Navy and aliens. The Wonder-Con panel featured tons of new footage, showing us the movie's aliens and its zany sense of humor. And we heard Rihanna's answer to "Hasta la…
John Carter is a swashbuckling story of adventure, based on some of the most classic pulp novels of all time. And four new clips and a featurette showcase just how hard Wall-E director Andrew Stanton will push that sense of wonder and adventure.
You've seen the brooding first trailer for Andrew Stanton's movie adaptation of Edgar Rice Burrough's Martian war tale John Carter. Now check out the much faster Led Zeppelin war-in-the-stars trailer.
John Carter director and Pixar stalwart was on hand today to introduce some new sneak peek footage from his upcoming adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs's Barsoom books about a broken Civil War veteran who becomes Mars's greatest warrior. Spoilers ahead!
You've seen the amazing trailer for John Carter — now let's pick apart this alien world, image by image. Stare into the eyes of the green alien beasts from Mars, meet the people of Barsoom and behold the teenaged Edgar Rice Burroughs!
Can Wall-E director Andrew Stanton capture the pulpy greatness of Edgar Rice Burroughs' A Princess of Mars, in his first live-action movie? We've been keeping all our appendages crossed. Here's the first inside scoop on Stanton's John Carter movie — including a first ever shot of the alien Tharks!
Taylor Kitsch is giving his best over-the-shoulder John Carter in the first-ever poster from Andrew Stanton's John Carter of Mars movie adaptation (now just titled John Carter). Look closely — you can see some pulpy bare-chested leather chest thong action!
Taylor Kitsch is slowly becoming science fiction's next movie hero. Not only is he starring in John Carter of Mars, but he just landed the lead role in Peter Berg's epic Hasbro board game-inspired Battleship movie.
Why is Gambit dressed like a 90s stripper? Empire Magazine released a bunch of new X-Men Origins: Wolverine stills, and we got a closer look at Taylor Kitsch as the card dealing, explosion-causing, mutant Gambit. While I agree with this casting, I can't help but draw attention to the terrible wardrobe choice.
Just when you thought you'd heard all the spoilers from the new Wolverine movie, now we find out that Gambit will be joining the cast as well. Taylor Kitsch (yeah, we don't know him either) will be playing the charged-up, card-slinging, cajun-mouthed mutant, and he looks a bit like a young Sawyer from Lost. At this…