The Dwarf King, played by Richard Armitage, confesses that his beloved director has an ornery streak when it comes to shooting his films. He also talks about dreaming as Thorin and the weight of your family's past.
Evangeline Lilly plays fearless warrior elf Tauriel in The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. Apparently she is not concerned with other characters slamming her Woodland Elf kind. She talks to Grae Drake about the hard time she had moving like an elf, and what she covets most.
Out of the Furnace is not only about Braddock, Pennsylvania, but it was shot there too. Stars Casey Affleck, Christian Bale, and Woody Harrelson discuss how they found inspiration in exploring the actual town...and then director Scott Cooper gets a little ominous.
Welcome to the Weekly Binge, where we take a closer look at the shows that are worth your time. This week, we indulge in Scandal for all of you who enjoy a high quality guilty pleasure at the expense of politicians and high profile personalities. Here's what you'll need to know to before you spend some time with Olivia Pope & Associates.
Scott Cooper's Out of the Furnace, starring Christian Bale, Casey Affleck, Woody Harrelson, Sam Shepard, Forest Whitaker, and more, opens this Friday on December 6, 2013, and to celebrate, Relativity is putting up a hefty prize pack for a giveaway!
He's been Batman, Bateman, and battled Terminators -- and this weekend, Christian Bale battles Woody Harrelson for the fate of Casey Affleck in Out of the Furnace, the latest eminently well-cast drama from Crazy Heart director Scott Cooper. In honor of Bale's latest cinematic excursion, we decided to take this opportunity to pause for a fond look back at some of the brighter critical highlights from an acclaimed career that's still collecting them at an impressive pace. It's time for Total Recall!
I watched the last movie of the animated Lord of the Rings trilogy first for this article. This was done out of practicality -- The Return of the King DVD was the first used copy I found in the area -- and also to attempt recreating the '80s home movie experience. People who were kids in that decade know the scenario: your parents come home in the evening, one of them grabbing a random VHS from the rental store. The Return of the King is exactly the kind of tape ol' pops would have brought home to his kids, whenever he could remember that he'd already checked out Encino Man a million times before. You have no choice but to watch whatever makes it way to your home.