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AP Images/Invision John Leguizamo Lynn Collins and Jim Belushi also have signed on for the film directed by Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego. John Leguizamo , Lynn Collins and Jim Belushi have boarded Atlas Independent's The Man on Carrion Road. The Gonzalo
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Collins with Matthew Perry in "Numb!"), the bad guys are cookie cutter and some of the aliens sound like Willem Dafoe (just kidding Willem, you rule!), but the overall story kept me intrigued. Definitely should have put the arena fight earlier on
Civil War veteran John Carter (Taylor Kitsch) was still haunted by the violence he witnessed on the battlefield when he inexplicably awoke on the distant planet of Barsoom (Mars). Upon learning that the inhabitants of Barsoom are bracing for a major
Since their publication nearly a century ago, Edgar Rice Burroughs's John Carter novels have represented a literary benchmark for geeks, a sci-fi touchstone that has gone on to influence everything from Star Wars and Avatar to Stephen King's The Dark
00 pm Taylor Kitsch stops by The Marilyn Denis Show to promote his new movie, John Carter , on Friday (March 9) in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The 30-year-old actor recently sat down with MySpace to play a fun game of Celebrity alien edition!
And sure, he looks every inch the rugged and impossibly buff star set for galactic battle. But with starring roles in two more big films hitting screens over the next four months the action epic Battleship and Oliver Stone's thriller Savages Kitsch,
Of all the crazy things Taylor Kitsch and Lynn Collins in John Carter. John Carter is one of those films that is so stultifying, so oppressive and so mysteriously and interminably long that I felt as if someone had dragged me into the kitchen of my
"John Carter" is almost here. On Friday, March 09, 2012, this action adventure fantasy, will dominate the IMAX theaters and the rest of the theaters. The film stars Taylor Kitsch, Lynn Collins, Willem Dafoe, Samantha Morton, Thomas Haden Church,
Putting all of that aside, Andrew Stanton's visually ambitious and cheerfully innocent boys' adventure film does indeed have a few moments of visual splendor and gee-whiz action. But it is saddled by a needlessly convoluted narrative that goes