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Concept Art From The Crow Reboot Revealed!

November 12, 2011

This year, a reboot of The Crow was in development with Juan Carlos Fresnadillo (28 Weeks Later) sitting at the helm and Bradley Cooper to star as the eponymous character who returns from the grave to exact revenge.

Ever wonder what the film was going to look like? Furthermore, what Bradley Cooper would have looked like as The Crow? Shock Till You Drop scored a

Nicole Richie and family at Disney’s Rapunzel’s Royal Celebration event in Kensington Gardens in central London. The event welcomes Rapunzel into the Disney Princess royal court alongside Ariel, Aurora, Belle, Cinderella, Jasmine, Mulan, Pocahontas, Snow White and Tiana.… Continue reading Conrad Murray Trial Recap: Dr. Had 'No Concept' Of Time During Michael Jackson Death

Say hello to the Hulk, the mean, green fighting machine with an anger-management problem. Marvel has just released concept art showing the Hulk’s look for ‘The Avengers.’ His hue this go-round is a lot less cartoony green and a tad more Gollum-esque gray-green, judging by these artist sketches.

He’ll be played by Mark Ruffalo in his more peaceful moments, who’s taking over the role vacated by Eric Bana and Edward Norton.

See… Continue reading Hulk 'Avengers' Concept Art Unveiled: Yep, He's Green and Angry

Movie Review: The Adjustment Bureau High on Concept, Short on Thrills

Review in a Hurry: Rowdy fratboy-turned-politician David Norris (Matt Damon) accidentally discovers that his life path has been planned out for him from on high, by a bunch of guys in gray suits… Continue reading Movie Review: The Adjustment Bureau High on Concept, Short on Thrills

Hall Pass actor Owen Wilson tries to explain what a “Hall Pass” is to kids in this new FunnyOrDie video. Meanwhile, Peter and Bobby Farrelly, best known as lensman duo The Farrelly Brothers, who directed the new comedy — are dropping in to HLN’s Joy Behar Tuesday (10PM) for a comical chat about the new [...] Continue reading Owen Wilson Explains The Concept Of A “Hall Pass”