William Fichtner is the man. He’s been in Heat, Armageddon, Contact, Go, The Perfect Storm, Black Hawk Down, Elysium, The Dark Knight and so, so much more. His latest role is in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (available now on Blu-ray, DVD and digital HD), where he plays Eric Sacks, a maniacal businessman who sets the stage for Shredder and his Foot clan to take over the… Continue reading William Fichtner Talks 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' and Coming Back for the Sequel
Southpaw: Jake Gyllenhaal lost 25 pounds for his role as an ambitious tabloid news reporter in this fall’s Nightcrawler, a performance that’s won him wide acclaim. But, as the first official image from Southpaw reveals, he’s now gone the opposite route, reportedly gaining 15 pounds of muscle. He stars as a former champion boxer who must fight his way back into… Continue reading Movie News: See Jake Gyllenhaal's Crazy Transformation for 'Southpaw;' Sequel to 'Frozen' Is "In the Works"
The Important News
Arnold Schwarzenegger might be back for a Running Man sequel. David Spade will back and mulletted in Joe Dirt 2.
Samuel L. Jackson could be back as Mace Windu in a solo Star Wars movie.
Chris Pratt is doing another weird comic book movie, called Cowboy Ninja Viking.
Shailene Woodley will play Edward Snowden’s girlfriend. Jude Law will play the enemy of… Continue reading Best of the Week: 'Running Man' Sequel, 'Interstellar' Prequel, 'Hunger Games' Strikes Back and More
Now that all of the Halloween madness is behind us, it’s time to look ahead to the upcoming month – and more importantly, all of the books, movies and collectible geekery hitting shelves during it.
We have a slew of new movies on the horizon based on DC and Marvel Comics characters, so it’s fitting that this month’s highlights include a few books from both major publishers… Continue reading The Geek Beat: New 'Captain America,' a 'Serenity' sequel, and More Geeky Goods in November
It’s certainly fair to say that 2001: A Space Odyssey has its fair share of weird, what with the psychedelic wormhole travel and space baby and so much more. But for as strange as Stanley Kubrick and seminal science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke got back in the ’60s, it’s not nearly as bizarre as the author got 30 years later when he published the… Continue reading Ridley Scott to Turn the Super-Weird Sequel to '2001: A Space Odyssey' into a TV Show