Christopher Lee Reviews, Interviews & More

Peter Jackson Wraps 'The Hobbit' Films

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Peter Jackson, as you can imagine, has been rather busy lately, but recently good news has come by way of the writer-director’s Facebook page -- Yes, that’s right; that moment Lord of the Rings fans have been waiting so long for has just come another step closer - after 266 days of production that kicked off in March of 2011, both The Hobbit films have...

The Top 10 Most Anticipated Films of 2012

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As we bid farewell to 2011, it's time for us to look ahead and get excited about the movies that 2012 will bring. The Golden Globes and Oscars haven't named their favorites yet, but we're not waiting around for that. We are excited about the future. There are some great movies to look forward to in 2012 – sequels, re-releases, film adaptations, and even a Pixar movie. Distinguished directors...

Halloween Special: Top 5 Horror Movie Sequels That Don't Suck

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Most horror movie sequels, and let’s be honest -- suck. Essentially a rehash of what made the originals so successful, the average sequel will throw in a few extra kills, gallons of blood, and maybe try to create an unnecessary mythology that explains all the spooky, mysterious stuff that happened the first time. But sometimes (just sometimes), filmmakers manage to get it right, and craft a...

Jude Law Joins Martin Scorsese's The Invention of Hugo Cabret

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Martin Scorsese's adaptation of the children's novel The Invention of Hugo Cabret has officially begun production and he picked up a few new cast members just in the nick of time. According to THR, Oscar nominee Jude Law along with Ray Winstone, Christopher Lee, Frances de la Tour and Richard Griffiths have all joined Scorsese's 3D...

Jeffrey Dean Morgan's Creepy Photos From The Resident

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A while ago, we reported that Jeffrey Dean Morgan would star in a thriller entitled The Resident, where he would play the part of a sleazy landlord. Over at ShockTillYouDrop, they've released two official photos from the film and his character is a lot creepier than we initially thought. Take a look at Morgan in The Resident...

Before Saruman or Dooku: Christopher Lee Had Fangs

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Arguably the hardest working villain alive (Dick Cheney notwithstanding), Christopher Lee has a film career going back to the late 40's. That's several years before Tolkien published his Rings trilogy and when George Lucas was still in diapers. Now, a full discussion of Mr. Lee's dramatic roles could fill a film school term paper or at least take several pints of Guinness... yum.......