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Review: Loving Pablo

— by RON WILKINSON — With a cast including Javier Bardem, Penélope Cruz and Peter Sarsgaard, this movie could have been better. Bardem fits the part very well, at least the psychopathic part. Seeing him in the classic “No Country for Old Men” will prove that in spades. As it turns o[...]

Review: Jackie

— by RON WILKINSON — Director Pablo Larraín and writer Noah Oppenheim took on a prodigious task when they chose to recreate Camelot in the 21st century. In a way, it was a hopeless task, like asking an actor to play Hitler. Nobody can duplicate the real thing because one simply had to b[...]

Under Review: ‘Green Lantern’

— by ADAM POYNTER — In a summer filled with more superhero films than average, it takes a lot of factors to stand out above the rest, including a great cast, a decent storyline, originality, amazing special effects and, most importantly, a connection to the characters and being able to r[...]

Two New Featurettes from ‘Green Lantern’

— by ADAM POYNTER — With just two days remaining until “Green Lantern” is in theaters, Warner Bros. has released what could be the final two featurettes before the movie hits theaters. In the first one, “Becoming a Green Lantern,” we start off with a montage of footage from the f[...]

Eight Clips from ‘Green Lantern’

— by ANDY BEHBAKHT — We are only nine days away from my most anticipated superhero movie of the summer: “Green Lantern.” During the last couple of months, lots of extras and previews have been released — but do you feel like you need more? If you do, take a look at thes[...]

Two New TV spots for ‘Green Lantern’

— by ADAM POYNTER — After the much-criticized teaser trailer that was released last year for “Green Lantern,” we have not heard or seen much more of the movie until recently. Warner Brothers has been on a quest to redeem the film. Last week, new footage was shown at “WonderCon” a[...]

‘Green Lantern’ Stars Headed to WonderCon

Fans attending the first day of WonderCon (Friday, April 1) will be treated to a special “Green Lantern” talent signing and panel featuring the stars of the upcoming Warner Bros. Pictures feature film: Ryan Reynolds, Blake Lively and Peter Sarsgaard. The signing begins at 4 p.m., followe[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Green Lantern’

— by H.G. WATSON — I was rooting for you, “Green Lantern.” I love Green Lantern comics. Sure, they’re dorky and about an intergalactic space cop. But they also represent some of the best science fiction available in the comics world. I was thrilled that WB seemed to be [...]

A Look at Oa and the ‘Green Lantern’ Power Battery

— by ANDY BEHBAKHT — “Green Lantern” is nine months away and in the past few months we have been given images of Ryan Reynolds in his GL suit, Abin Sur, Kilowog and Peter Sarsgaard as Hector Hammond, and now a few images of the famous city Oa have been released. The only time[...]

Poster Peek: ‘Green Lantern’

— by CAM SMITH — Out of all of the comic-book superhero-to-film enterprises currently being assembled for major market release, “Green Lantern” is both the most curious and the most worrying. The first pic released of star Ryan Reynolds in the emerald suit was a disappointment, and w[...]

Under Review: ‘Knight and Day’

— by ADAM POYNTER — Summer must be here, because it’s all spies, car chases and adventure. Roaring back to the screen in the new action comedy “Knight and Day” is director James Mangold — who has co-written and directed films such as “3:10 to Yuma,” “Walk the Line,” [...]

‘Green Lantern’ Villain Caught Walking Around

— by CAM SMITH — There were some scattered murmurings of disapproval last September when news leaked that the main villain supreme in DC’s first “Green Lantern” film wouldn’t be Sinestro, but rather Hector Hammond, the paralyzed, giganto-domed gentleman with powerful psychic and [...]

‘Green Lantern’: Superman Cameo is Out, Villains Cast?

— by SEAN GERSKI — For too long, we heard way too little about the upcoming “Green Lantern” movie. There was a script and a director (Martin Campell, of “Casino Royale” and more) … then nothing. After a while, there were a flurry of options thrown at the[...]

Poster Peek: ‘Knight and Day’

— by SEAN GERSKI — There are people who will try to tell you that Tom Cruise is no longer a big movie star. Don’t buy it. If you want to play a fun game, listen when directors, other actors or movie studio executives talk about movies. Whenever they need to reference a movie star[...]