Mark Ruffalo offered "Avengers" fans a hint at what the upcoming sequel film will include when it hits theaters next year.
"Avengers: Age of Ultron" is expected in theaters during summer 2015, and Ruffalo promised it will be "cooler."
"I would say that it's better, it's cooler, it's more awesomer," the actor said while at the Sundance Film Festival on Monday, according to MTV. "It's a little bit darker, but also really has Joss Whedon's incredible witty and sly sense of humor." more >>
To the extent that art really does imitate life, every American owes it to themselves and to our troops to see the blockbuster film, Lone Survivor. Panned by cynical elites as "shameless war-porn," in reality this movie portrays the heroism and sacrifice of four members of Seal Team 10 during a mission gone bad in the mountains of Afghanistan in 2007.
Operation Redwings was designed to track the location and movements of an Afghani terrorist, Ahmad Shah, with the ultimate goal of taking him out. The mission was compromised when a group of goat herders stumbled across the Americans and reported them to the Taliban. The team was subsequently ambushed and virtually wiped out in a vicious gunfight. Seal Team Leader, Lt. Michael Murphy, was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor, and three others received the Navy Cross. The only member of the team to survive, Marcus Luttrell, chronicled Seal Team 10's heroic story in a book bearing the same name as the film.
For many, Lone Survivor is nothing special – merely another action-packed, blood-drenched diversion to be enjoyed while munching on Milk Duds and popcorn at the local movie house. Its impact will only last as long as it takes for the next blockbuster flick to hit the big screen. For those who've experienced war firsthand, however, the movie provides a glimpse into the horrors and heroism that only those who've worn the uniform can understand. more >>
An actress and former Miss Venezuela has left a theatrical production after receiving a firestorm of criticism for supporting a Tea Party candidate for California Governor.
"I've been called all these horrible names like you can't imagine" after supporting Gubernatorial Candidate Tim Donnelly, Maria Conchita Alonso said on Fox News, Monday morning. On Friday, Producer Eliana Lopez announced that Alonso will not star in her rendition of "The Vagina Monologues" due to her support for Donnelly.
"We really can't have her in the show, unfortunately," Lopez told KPIX 5, announcing Alonso's resignation from the cast of the play as performed with local company Brava! For Women in the Arts. "Doing what she is doing is against what we believe," Lopez explained, mentioning the Mission district of San Francisco. more >>
Willow Smith, 13-year-old singer, actress and daughter of entertainers Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith, will not star in the remake of Annie as reported three years ago, and now she is revealing why.
"I just wanted to chill, and be at home, and decompress, and just find out what I wanna do and where I stand on this planet, with the little tiny place we have," Smith told V magazine. "I'm enjoying just being independent and doing my own thing,"
Last year, Will Smith opened up about his daughter wanting to back away from entertainment while speaking at Temple University with author Sister Souljah for "Real Talk with Sister Souljah and Will Smith." more >>
"Man Of Steel" fans awaiting the sequel will be forced to wait close to an additional year before it is released, The Warner Bros studios recently announced.
While fans were initially given a July 2015 date to view the yet to be titled sequel that has Henry Cavill returning as Superman and Ben Affleck signing on as Batman, they will now have to wait until May 6, 2016. The studio is taking time to "fully realize their vision, given the complex visual nature of the story," according to E! news.
It seems the production studio will release a Peter Pan film adaptation before bringing the "Man of Steel" film to life, which features Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman more >>
A Christian movie, which only screened in nine cities in 2013, has picked up an Academy Award nomination for "Best Original Song" this week and has surprised both critics and the song's composer and singer alike.
Joni Erickson Tada, the vocalist for the song, as well as an author, painter and quadriplegic who runs her own organization Joni and Friends, said that the Oscar nomination came as a complete surprise to her.
"I'm the least likely candidate to record a song for a movie, I'll tell you that up front, so it's amazing," Tada told The Hollywood Reporter. "It's amazing enough that a family friendly movie with a Christian theme is nominated in any category for an Academy Award. Besides The Blind Side, which was wonderful, it's just not the norm." more >>