Posts Tagged ‘Timothy Olyphant’

Armie Hammer is Leading Contender for ‘The Lone Ranger’

— by JOSUE SANCHEZ — Walt Disney Pictures is working hard to find its leading man for the role of the “Lone Ranger.” Currently, Armie Hammer (who played the Winklevoss twins in “The Social Network”) is the top contender for the role. Although Tonto has been linked[...]

Four Clips from ‘Rango’

— by JOSUE SANCHEZ — It is no secret that I am a fan of the recent slew of computer-animated movies that have been pixelated our way since the success of the first “Toy Story.” Some have been better than others, but most have simply been great to watch. The writing, the art, [...]

Under Review: ‘I Am Number Four’

— by ADAM POYNTER — Book-to-movie adaptations are quite common in Hollywood, we have seen it time and time again. And sometimes, a movie is adapted from a book that hasn’t even been released yet. But if the subject matter is engaging enough, a studio can see the potential for a future [...]

Five Featurettes from I Am Number Four

— by SHERICE ANTOINETTE — A few new featurettes for “I Am Number Four” have aired and my interest is definitely piqued. The film looks entertaining and with producers Steven Spielberg and Michael Bay attached, I doubt the film will disappoint sci-fi fans. Directed by[...]

Six Clips from ‘I Am Number Four’

— by JOSUE SANCHEZ — When I first heard about this movie I must admit I was intrigued by its title. It was different and I liked it. Then came the trailer and plot description and for the first 30 seconds, I was worried; it appeared they were riding the “Twilight” train. Here[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘I Am Number Four’

— by JESSIKA OWENS — On Feb. 18, 2011, DreamWorks Pictures is bringing us “I Am Number Four.” I must say, from the extended trailer, my first impression was that it appears that “Twilight” and “Wanted” have conceived a teen dream child with “Perc[...]

Under Review: ‘The Crazies’

— by MARIUSZ ZUBROWSKI — Forty-two years ago, George A. Romero popularized the zombie apocalypse sub-genre with his ground-breaking “Night of the Living Dead,” a film that combined the searing social commentary of political dramas and the scares of bloody horrors[...]

Poster Peek: ‘The Crazies’

— by FRANK MORITZ — Picture a sign sitting on a highway with “Help Us” written in red. Scary, huh? “The Crazies” looks to be another bad horror film from the looks of the poster. But hey, what do they always say? Never judge a book by its cover? Well, the same goes with a[...]