“The Man with No Name” started as a studio invention to sell a trilogy — three spaghetti Westerns starring Clint Eastwood, directed by Sergio Leone — but the character became a legend. It was a role that brought Eastwood to fame, making him an icon of American masculinity. Eastwood’s portrayal brought a morally ambiguous hero to the big screen for the first time in the genre… Continue reading 'The Man with No Name': Watch a 1977 Documentary About One of Cinema's Greatest Characters
Twentieth Century Fox
The link between ancient Greek mythology and the modern world is stronger than ever in a new featurette about “Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters,” the follow-up to 2010′s “Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief.”
“We’re pretty much like anyone else you will meet, but with a few differences,” explains Percy (Logan Lerman) about himself and his fellow… Continue reading 'Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters' Featurette Teases More Action, New Characters
He’s Indiana Jones. He’s Han Solo. He’s Richard Kimble. He’s, well, what else? Harrison Ford has had a long and illustrious (well, parts of it, anyway) career, yet he’s usually only associated with those three roles — two, really, if we’re talking about popularity level.
However, there are plenty of other unappreciated performances in Ford’s filmography that deserve more recognition. It’s not they’re ignored completely, just sadly overlooked.
Below, we’ve rounded up… Continue reading Harrison Ford's Most Underrated Roles: 9 Characters Not Named Han Or Indy
This Is 40
Five years after writer/director Judd Apatow introduced us to Pete and Debbie in ‘Knocked Up’, Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann repr… Read More
Thanks in part to Judd Apatow, the movie spin-off is going places. He already produced one with “Get Him to the Greek,” which branched off “Forgetting Sarah Marshall.” Now he’s got a directorial project in “This is 40,” a story… Continue reading Movie Spin-Offs: Supporting Characters Who Should Get Their Own Film