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About four years ago, Warner Bros.’ Green Lantern starring Ryan Reynolds and Mark Strong was released in theaters, marking the studio’s first concerted effort at making a DC Comics movie outside of its comfort zone with Batman and Superman. Fans were hopeful, as trailers looked promising and it seemed like it was going to be ambitious.

When it was ultimately released, though, the nearly universal… Continue reading Comics on Film: Why a New 'Green Lantern' Film Should Include Multiple Green Lanterns

Today, the New York Film Critics Circle named Marion Cotillard as Best Actress of 2014. For what performance? Well, for two, actually. She was honored for both The Immigrant and Two Days, One Night, acknowledging that she had a great year and couldn’t just let one of the two movies represent that distinction.

That multiple-role/performance recognition is common with critics-group awards, and… Continue reading What Actor or Actress Had the Best Year in Multiple Movies in 2014?

Another familiar face will pop up on Justified this season: Mary Steenburgen has signed in a recurring role on the FX drama as Katherine Hale, an attractive southern belle who was married to Wynn Duffy’s (Jere Burns) mentor in crime.  Steenburgen makes her first appearance in the 10th episode of this season and is slated to appear in the remaining episodes of season 5.

Michael Rapaport, Amy Smart, Alicia… Continue reading ‘Justified’: Mary Steenburgen to appear in multiple episodes as…

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UPDATE: Marvel has confirmed the casting of Paul Rudd as the… Continue reading Paul Rudd as Ant-Man? Multiple Reports Say He'll Star in Edgar Wright's Marvel Movie (UPDATE)

  • Buster Keaton in “The Playhouse” (1921)

    Buster Keaton pranked his way through this early comedy, playing almost every role, from a stagehand to a member in the audience of a Buster Keaton show.

  • Lee Marvin in “Cat Ballou” (1965)

    Lee Marvin won an Academy Award for Best Actor in the gun-slinging classic. He played both Kid Shelleen, a marksman whose reputation is off-mark from reality, and Tim Strawn, a hitman who