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Joel Kinnaman plays the cyborg police officer in Jose Padilha's film. On the heels of its buzzed-about trailer , Jose Padilha 's RoboCop reboot has released its first poster. Joel Kinnaman 's sleek-looking cyborg cop appears with the quick tagline "
Johnson Theater I went to last night's Tennessee Rep performance of Nate Eppler's original script Larries , a black comedy about a failing marriage that involves multiple personalities and alternate universes. Granted, mention "alternate universes"
Author and science fiction scholar James Gunn has a new book out, Transcendental . And he gave a fantastic interview to SFSignal , in which he talks about the history of the genre. Including the never-ending battle between optimism and pessimism in
American town is currently enjoying its last precious moments of anonymity before experiencing a devastating and unimaginable tragedy, sources confirmed today. Hi, how are you guys? a smiling local man reportedly remarked to a pair of neighbors as he
Catching Fire premiere on Nov. 18 in L.A.!...Us Weekly was one of 75 websites tapped to participate in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire 's #TickTock online campaign , which counts down the weeks until the sequel's premiere on Nov. 22, 2013.
Elizabeth Banks peeks at her baby boy Magnus while out for a walk on Sunday (September 8) in Studio City, Calif. The 39-year-old Hunger Games: Catching Fire actress and her almost one-year-old son were joined by husband and dad Max , and older son
Click to enlarge. In the illustration I was looking for a bold, defining image of change through community action. However, the nuanced nature of Jane McAlevey's article made clear that a simplistic 'together we can achieve anything' image would be
Video Video The Associated Press Video Video The idea for the documentary was sparked when Frank Pavich, an American filmmaker based in Geneva, saw a list that ranked the greatest movie projects never made. It's interesting to think of this
The end of the "Hunger Games" movies could produce a profit shortfall unless the mini-major can develop more franchises, Doug Creutz writes. Lionsgate's The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is hitting theaters on November 22 and is expected to build on
Mercs are variously eviscerated and a new threat (oh hi, lots of space freak lizards) gets everybody batting for the same team. That's Team Hyper-Macho, by the way, and includes the film's one actress, Katee Sackhoff, out-bad-assing her role as