Byron Singer returns to the X-Men franchise and brings lots of exposition with him.
This Hobbit dwarfs its sleepy-eyed predecessor.
The folks over at British Petroleum want the world to know they feel real bad about that explosion and subsequent oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico back in 2010. Last week, the company even took out a nice-sized ad in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post, saying as much. ... More >>
The Hobbit gets neither there nor back again.
Can Peter Jackson top this? I doubt it.The trailer for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey dropped like Boromir after taking a few Uruk-hai arrows yesterday. The first of Peter Jackson's two-part adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's prequel to the Lord of the Rings trilogy doesn't hit theaters until ... More >>
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The third X-Men is a charm for comics fans
Da Vinci's leap to the screen leaves no room for surprise
The Houston Museum of Natural Science unveils one exhibit to rule them all
The Return of the King rules
Tenderhearted mutants kick significant keister in X-2: X-Men United
The action's much meatier in Jackson's second Rings film
We're off to see the wonderful wizards of The Lord of the Rings
Comic-book characters remain two-dimensional in the special effects-laden X-Men
Gods and Monsters traces a gay film director's complex life
A willful heroine warms Cold Comfort Farm
Shakespeare's most malevolent monarch is marvelously remade for the movies