In 2008 Twilight became an international box office hit, making over $356 million dollars worldwide. Based on the first book in the series written by author Stephenie Meyer, Twilight gave fans and Summit Entertainment their money’s worth with an almost $70 million opening weekend, which nearly doubled the $37 million read more
Must be a nice time to work at Marvel Studios, wouldn’t you say, True Believers? I mean, sure, you might have to occasionally talk your boss out of doing something stupid like not bringing Jon Favreau back for Iron Man 2 or keeping Edward Norton from Hulking out in the read more
David Duchovny may have found television success again on Showtime’s Californication, but he will always be Fox Mulder to sci-fi fans. For movie goers, he hasn’t played his trademark role in a decade, but anticipation continues to build for X-Files: I Want to Believe, which hits theaters on July 25th, read more
[Disclaimer: Although this is an exploration of previous unused Indy 4 scripts, alleged storylines, and information that has appeared online over the years, the aggregated info MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS AND THEORIES about the franchise at large. If you don’t want to speculate along with us, we urge you to TURN read more
Great movies should be able to come from any genre, any director, or any country. When film gets turned into a sum game – add the Oscar nomination total of the cast to the filmography of the crew to the popularity of the source material to the respectability of the subject matter – it becomes repetitive and dull.
What exactly is a really bad movie? You know it when you see it, but it can be hard to put into words. Here are the worst of 2007.