Iron Man 3
Marvel’s ‘Iron Man 3′ pits brash-but-brilliant industrialist Tony Stark/Iron Man against an enemy whose reach knows no bounds… Read More
The brilliant scientist Maya Hansen was first introduced in 2005, in the pages of Iron Man: Extremis by Warren Ellis and Adi Granov. In that landmark story, Hansen co-created the titular biotechnology that could change humanity forever, granting its users accelerated healing, enhanced… Continue reading Rebecca Hall, 'Iron Man 3' Star, on Being the Driving Force of the Superhero Sequel
In the much anticipated remake of the 1981 cult-hit horror film, five twenty-something friends become holed up in a remote ca… Read More
You might know Jane Levy as a nice suburban teen on “Suborgatory,” but she’s unrecognizable as the poster child for evil in “Evil Dead.” She starts off as just a junkie looking to detox at the proverbial cabin in the woods… Continue reading Jane Levy, 'Evil Dead' Star, on Being Buried Alive and Having the Toughest Job on Set (EXCLUSIVE)
Production on Charlie Kaufman‘s crowdfunded Anomalisa — an animated short about a depressed motivational speaker — started last November. While we wait to see more of the project, let’s turn our attention to an announcement from FX (via Vulture) that the director is developing a half-hour comedy for the network called How and Why. The sitcom will be focused on an idiot savant-type character that… Continue reading 'Being John Malkovich's Charlie Kaufman is Creating a TV Show -- Here's What It's About
Warning: You could be framed for something you didn’t do at any given moment. Maybe even by your own government, whether intentionally or due to a misunderstanding. Will you know what to do if this happens? If not, Hollywood might be able to help, as “wrong man” scenarios have been around about as long as movies have existed, and a lot of them have involved conspiracies within government agencies.
In “G.I… Continue reading How to Survive Being Framed by the Government (According to the Movies)
Steven Spielberg’s classic film “Schindler’s List” depicts the horrors of the Holocaust in unflinching detail, and for one of its young stars, that detail was once too haunting to handle.
Oliwia Dabrowska, who portrayed Red Genia, often referred to solely as “the girl in the red coat,” was one of the most iconic parts of the movie, as the flash of color she wore was the only hue in the film… Continue reading 'Schindler's List' Girl in the Red Coat Was 'Ashamed' of Being in Steven Spielberg Classic