(Art imitating reality?) New Matt Damon movie hints at insiders running the world: "We are the people who make sure things happen according to plan... we monitor the world."
Mark Ruffalo as David Koresh, Kurt Russell as FBI negotiator Byron Sage, Adrian Brody and Sharon Stone as Davidians Mr. & Mrs. Schneider. Screenplay by Phoenix New Times reporter James Hibberd, and consulting by James McNulty who produced Waco: Rules
Cameras began rolling over the weekend on a five-week shoot for "Atlas Shrugged Part One" with Paul Johansson directing from Brian Patrick O'Toole's script. Aglialoro would have lost the feature rights if the film wasn't in production by Saturday.
The movie, critics lament, is “one big medieval tea party.”
Dennis Hopper, who died just a few days after turning 74, had an acting/directing career which spanned several decades. It would be difficult to really give a proper tribute in the space allowed to his hugely successful movie career, however some hig
Hollywood director Guillermo del Toro said Monday that production delays have forced him to quit the planned film version of J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Hobbit," a two-part prequel to New Zealand filmmaker Peter Jackson's blockbuster trilogy "Lord of the
Like his renowned street art, Banksy's "Mocumentary appeared at sundance out of nowhere and is now in theaters.
"Don't Tread On Me: Rise of the Republic" will educate, inspire, and activate a nation desperately seeking direction. What side of the line will you stand?
"Make no bones about it, this is a pure Mexploitation film, but like real exploitation at its height, that sh!t was pulled straight out of the headlines, even sometimes slightly before the headlines were the headlines. Frankly - that's just kinda coo
Oliver Stone’s “Wall Street” sequel, subtitled Money Never sleeps, is a hit. It’s a formula Hollywood movie in the great sense. For the first time in a long time, the formula works. There are many good things to say about Money Never Sleeps. T
This is the trailer for Robert Rodriguez's film which has been in production since last year. But for Cinco de Mayo, Rodriguez and the film's star, Danny Trejo, thought they'd add a little special Arizona message.