This week’s new releases include one of the better films from earlier this year, one of the most disappointing, and some of the most talked about television so far, while the classics include some great Criterion releases, and some classic Spike Lee films.
Who though I, Frankenstein was going to be a hit? Anyone, anyone, Bueller, Bueller? Still, one might think it would at least be a little more competitive. Alas, no.
Sorry Paramount, you don't have a franchise reboot on your hands. It turns out that January is a good time to release a certain kind of movie, and Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit isn't one of them. It is a good time for Ride Along, which now has the highest opening ever for a January picture.
Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan character has led to one of the oddest franchises in modern history, with as many men playing the character as have played Batman over the last twenty five years. Paramount decided to reboot the franchise with their Star Trek leading man Chris Pine for the modern era with Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, and the results are mixed. This is mostly because...
January has become a strangely competitive season these days. It used to be that anything released in January was considered crap, but now... they might not be the best films in the world, but they're not all exploitation and misfires. Studios now make films specifically for January. That's a huge shift.
In one of the manliest press conferences in a very long time, we got a chance to talk to Chris Pine, Kevin Costner and Kenneth Branagh about the making of Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit. Two of these men are directors, all are leading men, and all worked together on this spy thriller that hopes to resurrect a franchise. Check it out:
With all of the festivities these last couple of weeks, entertainment news has been very slow. But some studios has been kind enough to feed us a little poster here and some clips there. Below we have the very first clip for Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel, plus two new character posters for Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit. All that and more below.
David O. Russell‘s upcoming corruption drama, American Hustle. looks like a good time, especially considering the new vintage-style character posters that Columbia Pictures has released. The posters feature the likes of Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, Christian Bale, Amy Adams, and Jeremy Renner. Check them out below. Also, the brand new trailer for Scott Cooper's Out Of The...
The world was shocked yesterday to find that beloved author Tom Clancy passed away. It's kind of strange and surprising to see that the first official trailer for Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit would suddenly pop online 24 hours after the tragedy.