Vanity Fair's annual Oscar party was held this past Sunday at Sunset Tower in West Hollywood, Calif., and like the Oscars' red carpet, it stunned with some beautiful dresses, like The Hunger Games' Elizabeth Banks' (pictured above) bright orange Alexander McQueen gown.
With Breaking Dawn - Part 2 making its premiere this fall, this year's Comic-Con will be the last for the cast and crew of the Twilight franchise (including Edward Cullen himself, Robert Pattinson, pictured above), but it will be the first for many new films and television shows hosting various promotional events and panels starting Thursday, according to CBS News.
Gary Oldman, Samuel L. Jackson, Abbie Cornish, Hugh Laurie and The Killing's Joel Kinnaman will be remaking the 1987 sci-fi hit, RoboCop, which initially starred Peter Weller, Nancy Allen and Kurtwood Smith, about a wounded Detroit cop who later becomes transformed into a crime-fighting cyborg.
Ready to have Total Recall? Then get on board with the remake of the 1990 Paul Verhoeven flick, entitled — you guessed it! — Total Recall, which starred Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sharon Stone and Michael Ironside and gained a quick and somewhat unexpected cult following, sufficient to inspire a new version over two decades later, also entitled Total Recall, directed by Len Wiseman (Underworld franchise) and starring Colin Farrell, Bryan Cranston, Kate Beckinsale, Bill Nighy, Jessica Biel, Ethan Hawke and John Cho.
When attempting to watch a movie such as Contraband, it's imperative to do so with the correct mindset or, perhaps even better, completely turn off said mind and enjoy the film for what it is – a mindless, cliche-riddled action film.
The trailer for the new Total Recall, a remake of the hit sci-fi flick from 1990 that starred Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sharon Stone, has been released, and the new Len Wiseman-helmed (from the Underworld franchise) film, starring — this time around — Colin Farrell, Jessica Biel, Bryan Cranston, Kate Beckinsale, and Bill Nighy, looks even more action-packed than its predecessor.
Indisputably Hollywood’s Teflon man, Mark Wahlberg continues to walk a fine line between wholesale laughing stock and national treasure, his signature turn as a principled, put upon, blue collar Joe with street smarts having by now placed him on speed dial for every producer with middle-of-the-road genre picture desperately seeking a hero.
When Everybody’s Fine was theatrically released, a mere two months ago, it was sold as a heartwarming Christmas tale, a yuletide log you and your family could crowd around and bask in it's warmness.