Kingsman: The Secret Service was one of my favorite movies of last year, but it was noticeably heavy on testosterone. It was like Wanted, only without Angelina Jolie. So it’s probably good that some female heavy hitters are joining the cast of the sequel. First Julianne Moore as the villain, and now Halle Berry is in…
All decent, right-thinking people love action movies with a high body count. But few movies pack the combination of insane violence and ludicrous self-mockery that you’ll find in Deadpool, in theaters today. This is a celebration of slaughter that gets so silly, it actually feels sort of joyful. Vague spoilers ahead!
If you care about action movies and want to see them rescued from the doldrums, then you owe it to yourself to see Kingsman: The Secret Service. This movie is psychotically violent, to the point where the violence practically shatters the fourth wall, and it shows what action movies can be, if they're willing to go…
Yes, that's right. Sharlto Copley's next movie, Hardcore, will be like a First Person Shooter in movie form. We think. It'll be the first ever "POV action adventure film," according to director Ilya Naishuller.
Until laser pistols are invented — or trebuchets come back in fashion — bullets will remain the uncreative weapon of choice for individuals in regrettable situations everywhere.
Moving to a brand new city where you don't know anyone? Fuh-fuh-frightening. Not for this guy who posted on Craigslist looking for a roommate. In his words, he's a master chef of yellow squash carpaccio, Vonnegut reader, James Fucking Taylor on the geetar and not a racist.
Murder for hire doesn't have to be sexy, but it's just more fun that way. And the best assassins are almost always sexy, using their sexual allure to confuse their prey and delight everyone else.
In space, nobody can hear you freestyle. But that hasn't stopped some of hip-hop's greatest legends from appearing in some classic science fiction and fantasy movies. From battling killer sharks to fighting off ghosts on Mars, some of our favorite rappers have also become some of our favorite SF heroes.
Gizmodo's looking for an investigative journalist to tear at the seams of the PR machine's flawless image. You must be an ace reporter, hungry for scoops and know how to hit the phones and the online databases.
What a coincidence. WikiLeaks releases embarrassing information exposing the United States and many other countries and the Interpol issues a Red Notice for Julian Assange, the founder of the site. He's being hunted down for alleged "sexual offences":
Find out why Mark Millar's comic book Wanted really should have had singing mice and a pumpkin coach.
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Is Wanted's super secret assassin Fox being downgraded into a lip-biting self-conscious teen? Rumors are circulating that Stewart will be replacing Jolie as Wanted 2's superslick assassin co-star. Bear in mind that a sequel still hasn't been officially confirmed. [E!]
Sure, there are tons of "take me to your leader" movies on the horizon, but the news that the hyper-stylish Timur Bekmambetov is saddling up to produce The Darkest Hour is good indeed.
There's a fiery new Iron Man 2 poster, plus James Cameron hints at Avatar leftovers that could appear in Avatar 2. Writers talk The Boys and Wanted 2 movies. Plus Doctor Who, Lost, Fringe, Scott Pilgrim, FlashForward, V and Caprica.
He may be better known for superhero blockbusters set in the familiar surroundings of the US, but for his next movie (and directorial debut), Kick-Ass' Mark Millar is planning to bring everything home to his native Scotland.
Two bits of awesome news! First there will be no contrived Wanted sequel, thanks to Angelina Jolie. Instead she's going to star in Gravity from Children Of Men director Alfonso Cuarón. Which is definitely the second bit of good news.
Wanted and Kick-Ass creator Mark Millar has unveiled his latest Marvel Comics creation, and between the high concept and promotional image released, it's as if he's daring DC to think about legal action. Ballsy or insane? You be the judge.
You may think that 9 is all about ragdolls surviving the end of the world — but actually it's about the people you deal with every day, says producer Timur Bekmambetov. Plus your first look at his Russian superhero film!