Actor Frank Grillo, 47, known for The Grey, End of Watch, Law & Order: SVU, Blind Justice and Prison Break, will be the latest villain to join the ranks of such actors as Micky Rourke, Jeff Bridges, Hugo Weaving and Tom Hiddleston as a Marvel bad guy in the upcoming sequel to Captain America: The Winter Soldier, which will bring back Chris Evans as Steve Rogers / Captain America, as well as Samuel L.
While most of you probably know Kit Harington, 25, from HBO's runaway hit show, Game of Thrones, based on the George R. R. Martin Song of Ice and Fire series, in which he portrays the heroic Jon Snow, the British Harington is showing a whole new side of himself in the new Silent Hill: Revelation 3D, in which he stars alongside X Men Origins: Wolverine actress Adelaide Clemens, Carrie-Anne Moss, Malcolm McDowell and former onscreen father Sean Bean (as Ned Stark).
It has been almost 18 years since the sudden death of River Phoenix outside Johnny Depp's Hollywood night club, The Viper Room, after a drug overdose from cocaine and heroin, but that doesn't mean that the young movie star, who was 23 at the time of his death, or his films have been forgotten.
Clint Eastwood, 82, may have made headlines with his onstage semi-hallucination at the Republican National Convention when he spoke to an empty chair on behalf of Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, but President Barack Obama is the one with the celebrity entourage, as the Democratic National Convention, which kicked off on Monday in Charlotte, North Carolina, is sure to demonstrate.
Disney's 2010's TRON: Legacy, starring Jeff Bridges, Garrett Hedlund, Olivia Wilde and a whole lot of computer animation, wasn't the last you've seen of the virtual world they call "The Grid" since the original TRON film rapidly achieved cult-classic status in 1982.
When the 1969 version of True Grit, starring the already legendary John Wayne, emerged on the big screen, it brought a new dynamic to the typical ol’ cinematic Western. Wayne, who won the only Academy Award of his career for his leading role as U.
While more visually and thematically ambitious than its artsy, cult-classic predecessor TRON, this long-awaited sequel TRON: Legacy still delivers the main ingredients that left fans thirsting for more back in 1982: stunning cinematography, amazing effects, and Jeff Bridges in two incarnations: the fully matured, dynamic, Oscar-winning actor who has finally come into his own after a roller-coaster career, plus a CGI-ed younger, evil version, whose special effects don’t quite live up to the high graphic standards the new TRON promised to set.
It's hard, and maybe even a little sacrilegious, to fault Jeff Bridges. Coming off an Oscar win for his performance in Crazy Heart and another nomination for his role in True Grit, Bridges has cemented himself in the American iconography.
The Coen Brothers’ The Big Lebowski, which will be re-released August 16 as a limited edition Blu-ray DVD, is a unique comedy that has generated a cult following since its initial release in 1998.
After the dark comic interlude of Burn After Reading and A Serious Man, the Coen brothers go back to the desolate Western style of 2007's Oscar winner for Best Picture No Country For Old Men in their newest offering, True Grit.
Any musician worthy of integrity must compromise many of life’s small pleasures in order to maintain a life on the road. Musicians of a worldly caliber tend to be scattered and often the incapable of maintaining significant relationships, as we see in the primary character of Crazy Heart.
Umm, woo? Isn’t this guy supposed to be a millionaire? Were you listening to The Dude’s story? On Jan. 8, three buffoonish mobsters from Missouri allegedly Tasered and kidnapped Jeff Muller, a 59-year-old New Jersey pet shop owner, in a bizarre case that can only be compared to Jeff Bridge's cult movie The Big Lebowski.
The Men Who Stare at Goats is a fun romp that satisfies until the point that it collapses under the weight of its own directionless plot. Set during the current Iraq war with telling flashbacks to the early eighties, we follow Bob Wilton (Ewan McGregor), who is based on Jon Ronson, the author of the original non-fiction book, while he searches for a story so good it will convince his wife to come back to him.