Whether by accident or by design, every film festival tends to stumble onto a trend or two. At this year’s SXSW, the big trend was time travel. Three films that played the festival dealt with characters jumping through time for reasons both selfish and selfless, which each movie tackling their shared genre in a completely different way.
But why time travel? As you watch The Infinite Man, Predestination and… Continue reading Indie Sci-Fi Alert: Time Travel Was Big at SXSW Thanks to 'The Infinite Man,' 'Predestination,' and 'Premature'
Bryan Singer’s Superman Returns was not the box office success executives at Warner Bros. hoped it would be, which is why the entire franchise was quickly rebooted with Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel. However, before that decision was made, Singer had plenty of ideas of what he wanted to do for a Superman sequel – and now the filmmaker has shared some of… Continue reading Bryan Singer Reveals What Went Wrong on 'Superman Returns' and Shares His Thoughts on 'Man of Steel'
Kandi Burruss’ mom Joyce doesn’t like her daughter’s soon-to-be husband Todd Tucker!
Opening up exclusively to RadarOnline.com, Joyce reveals why she doesn’t trust the reality star and tells of how she wants nothing to do with their wedding planning.
“I’m out of it. Whatever Kandi does, it is completely her decision now. I wish her well. I just hope that this is the right choice for her,” Joyce told radio detection… Continue reading Major Diss! Kandi Burruss’ Mom Reveals She Doesn’t Think ‘Manipulative’ Todd Tucker Is ‘The Right Man’ For Her Daughter
Was “Delivery Man” just a sacrificial lamb, opening opposite “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”? It didn’t have to be.
Sure, there was no way in Panem that “Catching Fire” would fail to debut at No. 1 and win the weekend by a huge margin. But that didn’t mean that a smartly counter-programmed film couldn’t do well, too. Before “Catching Fire” set a… Continue reading Box Office: Did 'Delivery Man' Have a Chance Against 'Catching Fire'?
Man of Tai Chi is like if Nicolas Winding Refn time traveled 30 years into the past and made a Jean-Claude Van Damme fight movie. But it wasn’t made by Refn, there’s no time machine, and the star is even better than JCVD in his glory days. It’s the directorial debut of Keanu Reeves, and it’s a bold, stylish, manly movie about a good guy who… Continue reading Keanu Reeves on How His Real Experience with an Eccentric Billionaire Shaped the Villain in 'Man of Tai Chi'