Angelina Jolie's "Unbroken" hits theaters across the U.S. in Dec., and a rare clip shows war hero Louis Zamperini speaking about the power of perseverance.
The film, which tells the incredible life story of Zamperini, is a war drama that is based on the best-selling book Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption.
Zamperini, also a former Olympian, was an American World War II prisoner of war. He survived a number of horrendous ordeals throughout his life, including living across the pacific in a raft for 47 days after a near-fatal plane crash. He also endured unspeakable torture at the hands of the Japanese navy after being sent to a P.O.W. camp. more >>
News about the much-anticipated sequel to the Lucasfilm's space opera saga, "Star Wars" indicated that its first trailer may be unveiled "within next month," according to reports.
According to the site, who cited Bada-- Digest, the first footage for "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" will debut in the next four to five weeks "possibly attached to The Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 1, but more likely on Disney-owned ABC."
Sources for the website claimed that the video will approximately be one minute in length and will feature some exciting glimpses of the main leads and other exciting stuff. more >>
After a few colorful years in politics, former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is back again to the thing he loves most other than weightlifting – acting.
The Austrian-born actor has now been seen doing a handful of acting gigs both in original movies and sequels. In fact, the upcoming "Terminator Genisys," the fifth installment to James Cameron's "The Terminator," is already awaiting to be released next summer.
Recent talks pointed out that the Governator is now turning his attention to yet another iconic film attached on his name – "The Running Man." more >>
"Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas" encourages Christians to get into the spirit of Christmastime with even more passion this year, but the new film incorporated far-fetched ideas on what the Bible says about the holiday.
Since the film was marketed as a tool to convince non-believers and defend Christmas against attacks, Saving Christmas surprisingly launches attack against Christians instead. In select theaters for just two weeks this month, Cameron's latest film declares war on naysaying believers who are either disenchanted with Christmas due to consumerism or have been convinced by outside factors that the reason for the season spawned from paganism. From the very start of "Saving Christmas," Cameron vigorously defends Christmas traditions in an effort to unite Christians and inspire a deeper meaning behind the holiday.
After citing Christmas staples such as hot chocolate, presents, caroling, gift-giving, and Santa Claus, Cameron addresses common misconceptions about the holiday that threaten to spoil it altogether in "Saving Christmas." The actor invites the audience into his family home at Christmastime where his brother-in-law's brooding is affecting the holiday festivities. Aptly named Christian, the brother-in-law is dubbed a "Grinch" by Cameron who promises to change Christian's ideas on Christmas. more >>
Roma Downey shared an amazing photo of a cross formed by clouds in the sky above the set of her new television series "A.D." on Friday.
The "Touched By an Angel" star and her husband, Mark Burnett, are executive producers of "A.D.," which will premiere on NBC Easter Sunday. The couple were filming their original NBC event series in Morocco when an unbelievable sight stopped production in its tracks.
"On the 'A.D.' set this week we were filming Peter and John in front of the Sanhedrin. … When Adam Levy (who plays Peter), turned to Babou Ceesay (who is playing John), and pointed to the sky directly overhead, there they could see clouds had formed in a complete blue sky in the perfect shape of a cross," Downey said in a statement this week. more >>
Recent updates about the upcoming 2016 superhero film "Captain America: Civil War" indicated that actor Daniel Bruhl is joining the cast to play the role of a villain.
In an announcement made on Friday by Marvel, the studio confirmed signing the "Inglourious Basterds" star in playing a villain role in the film in addition to Chris Evans, as Captain America/Steve Rogers and Robert Downey, Jr. as Iron Man/Stark.
The 36-year-old German actor will also be appearing alongside Chadwick Boseman, who will debut as the Black Panther, Samuel Jackson, Sebastian Stan, and Scarlett Johansson, among others. more >>