Posts Tagged ‘First’
Tom Hardy & Charlize Theron Get Up In Your Grill In The Intense First Trailer For Mad Max: Fury Road! Watch HERE!
When we first heard they were making another Mad Max movie, we couldn’t believe it!
But after seeing Tom Hardy as a road warrior and Charlize Theron as his badass, robot-armed buddy we’re starting to forget there ever was a Mel Gibson!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to see all the fast …
Megan Fox Makes First Red Carpet Appearance Post-Birth at 2014 Nickelodeon Kids Choice Sports Awards
Proving that hard work pays off in amazing ways, Megan Fox stole the show at the 2014 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Sports Awards on Thursday evening (July 17).
Clad in a strapless green cocktail dress, the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” strutted down the red carpet and struck a few poses for the first annual event held in Los Angeles.
Meanwhile, Megan recently opened up to Parents magazine about raising her two sons two sons Noah and Bodhi with hubby Brian Austin Green.
“It’s really hard to manage [my sons at the same time] because I don’t let them watch TV. It’s not like I’m going to sit Noah in front of the television so I can take care of Bodhi.”
Fox added, “I do let them watch movies, I just don’t let them watch TV. With movies I feel like there’s a beginning, a middle and an end. It’s linear. There’s a clear story. I think that it’s different than just putting a kid in front of the television, because it’s just nonstop.”
Then writer-producer Paul Lalonde said, Let Us make a religious disaster film in Kirk Cameron’s image, after Mike Seaver’s likeness: and let it have dominion over discount DVD bins, and over Walmart checkout lanes, and over weird little Christian stores in the mall, and over every two-pack bundled with The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes.
So Lalonde created Left Behind in Kirk Cameron’s image, in the image of Mike Seaver created he it; Left Behind and Left Behind II: Tribulation Force created he them.
And Lalonde wrote and produced them, and Lalonde said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, like maybe with a third film, Left Behind: World at War.
And Lalonde saw every thing that he had made, and, behold, it was very good. But maybe it could be a little better if Nicolas Cage were in it, so he started over with that in mind. Thus the heavens and the earth and the Left Behind remake were finished, and they look fucking terrible:
I don’t know why they’re trying to draw people in with novelty crystal ware. Never worked for my grandma, no matter how much she bought and told us about.
For the latest Constantine adaptation, NBC has exorcised Keanu Reeves, but it looks like they’ve held on to some of the dated corniness of that previous attempt. In this TV version, Welsh actor Matt Ryan plays the titular supernatural detective–now painted so very thick with his signature irreverence–and DC comics go-to adapter David Goyer and The Mentalist executive producer Daniel Cerone put together the pilot script.
Here’s the first trailer for the series. So begins its countdown to NBC unceremoniously canceling it to give Sean Hayes or Christian Slater another shot.
Batman/Superman movie director Zack Snyder has tweeted a first look at what from this angle seems to be a gritty, Nolanverse spin on the Ambiguously Gay Duo car. More likely, though, it’s the new Batmobile, and Snyder teases that we may get a better look at it very soon, teasing, “Could be time to pull the tarp…Tomorrow?” We may at last get the big reveal as to whether or not there are any raccoons or hobos living in there.
Here’s a look at Johnny Depp as the titular roguish, charismatic but mildly-psychopathic art dealer in Mortdecai. The blonde hair and waxed mustache are pretty tame eccentricity-wise for Depp standards, but here’s hoping that the skin wrinkling at his neck means this is just a rubber mask that will come off to reveal some white makeup or a wig or something.
From Entertainment Weekly, here are the first photos from the set of Jurassic World. Dinosaurs have yet to be computer-made, but what you can see here is a truck, a chair, and Bryce Dallas Howard. It’s like you’re in Ron Howard’s garage.
First Teaser for ‘Girl Meets World': Cory, Topanga, and an Unexpected Amount of Actual Talking About Worlds
“How long do I have to live in my father’s world?”
“Until you make it yours!”
Such is Ben Savage’s extremely stilted passing of the torch in Girl Meets World. And now you can see it for yourself with the Disney Channel’s first clip from the sequel series. She’s going to meet world, everyone!