September 10, 2013
Digital Multiplex: World War Z, Carrie, and More
This week in streaming video, we've got an action-packed zombie flick, a silent film from Spain, and a timely documentary available as brand new releases. Then, Netflix has rolled out a few choice films, including a Brian DePalma horror classic, a blockbuster crowd-pleaser, a dark drama from Darren Aronofsky, and acclaimed films from P.T. Anderson and Francis Ford Coppola. Read on to find out what's available to watch right now.
May 22, 2013
Comic Book Movies You Can Watch Online
Comic book movies are all the rage these days, and every year we see more of them hitting theaters than before. Whether you're into quirky indie comics (Ghost World, American Splendor), superhero action titles (The Dark Knight, The Avengers), graphic novels (300, Persepolis), or even manga (Oldboy), there's probably a big screen adaptation on this list for you. Click through to find out what's available to watch online right now.
July 6, 2011
Marvel Movie Madness! Part 26: Men in Black
Ryan: For me, Will Smith is most tolerable in small doses, which is unfortunate, because he's usually one of the biggest stars - if not the biggest star - of any movie he's in. In Men in Black, he gets to share the spotlight with Tommy Lee Jones, and much to my delight, their great chemistry really works wonders for Smith's likability. Since that was probably the biggest hurdle I faced going into this movie, everything after that was gravy.
May 19, 2010
Jemaine Clement Joins Men in Black III
When Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones don their shades for action in "Men in Black III," they'll be facing off against Jemaine Clement of "Flight of the Conchords," who has signed on to play "the villainous Yaz."
April 22, 2010
Men in Black Returning in 3-D
Another "Men in Black" sequel...in 3-D? That's the news according to Roger Friedman, who says he got the scoop directly from Barry Sonnenfeld.
October 30, 2009
Columbia Wants More Men in Black
Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones haven't signed yet, but Columbia is moving forward with another "Men in Black," hiring Etan Cohen ("Tropic Thunder") to write a script.
April 3, 2009
Weekly Ketchup: Sony announces Men in Black III
Right smack in the middle of this week was April Fool's Day, so some stories this week had to be always be viewed with a grain of salt, but there was indeed real movie news. And as usual, being true didn't stop some stories from still seeming ridiculous and incredible. In that spirit, starting this week, the Weekly Ketchup will be ending with the Rotten Story of the Week, the story that's just so weird that it would have to be an April Fool's Day joke (but isn't).
April 1, 2009
Sony Announces Men in Black 3 at ShoWest
Not to be outdone by Disney and Warner Bros.' action-packed ShoWest presentations, Sony used its showing to announce the impending arrival of a third "Men in Black."
July 16, 2008
Exclusive: The World of WALL-E
The artists behind this year's freshest film share their story with RT, with exclusive contributions from Andrew Stanton, Ben Burtt, Jim Morris, Lindsay Collins, Angus MacLane, Derek Thompson, David DeVan and Rodrigo Blaas.
September 11, 2007
Supporting Characters Explain Hancock Plot
How could anyone not like Will Smith? He's going to have to convince people he can be a pain in next summer's action comedy Hancock. He plays a drunk superhero who needs a publicist to fix his image. Jason Bateman plays that publicist.
April 4, 2007
Will Smith is the New King of Hollywood
A few years back the heaviest Hollywood hitters (actor-wise) were Tom Cruise, Tom Hanks, and Mel Gibson. Nowadays it's guys called Ben Stiller and Johnny Depp -- both of whom are trying to catch up with the $4.4 billion dollar man: Will Smith.
April 15, 2005
Tobey Maguire Set to Deliver a "Tokyo Suckerpunch"
Sony Pictures has acquired the rights to Issac Adamson's "Tokyo Suckerpunch," and it looks like Tobey Maguire is in line for the lead role. Variety describes the plot in somewhat confusing fashion: "Novel's protag Billy Chaka writes a column that casts him as macho hero living in a surreal, amped-up Tokyo. When his book gets turned into a movie, Chaka flies to the city for the premiere and hates it enough to clash loudly with the director, who ends up murdered."