It seems NBC’s unusual attempt to get back into the comic business after Constantine was just the tip of the iceberg, and the latest will literally have you seeing red. Calling all retired geriatric super-spies: Red is officially coming to TV with a new hourlong drama from the star-studded films’ creators.
Fans of real American heroes will have plenty of convention exclusive options in the near future form Hot Toys. The toymaker has announced new 1/6 scale versions of Superman III's evil (drunk!) Superman, Captain America: The First Avenger's "star spangled" war-bond promoting Cap and G.I. Joe: Retaliation's version of Joseph Colton.
How many comicbook movies are on your gift list for Christmas or Hanukkah? Does it already include The Dark Knight Rises, The Avengers, and The Amazing Spider-Man? Are you chuffed enough to request the The Dark Knight Trilogy on Blu-Ray, or are you nervously holding your wad for April 2013, when the 10-disc Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase One drops like a ton of bricks? When it finally comes time to plop down and watch your superhero flicks, new or old, you will have to come face to face with a startling fact: throughout the relatively short history of comicbook movies, a whole lot of actors have played more than one character. How can you reconcile that in your OCD-afflicted,
We've liked what we've seen of G.I. Joe: Retaliation quite a bit so far. After all, it's hard to argue with a movie that literally blows up everything horrible about the first film and replaces it with, well, The Rock. Hasbro's upcoming line of 3.75" toys seem to echo this summer's Joe sequel improvements with figures packe
Now a feature film starring Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, and John Malkovich, "Red" was originally a comic book miniseries by writer Warren Ellis ("Transmetropolitan", "Planetary") and artist Cully Hamner ("Detective Comics," "Blue Beetle") about a retired black ops killer named Paul Moses, an over the hill former operative who had been done with the wetwork game for years, wishing only to be left alone to have a quiet life and to try and forget the awful things he had done for his country.
But when a newly ap
Based on the Top Shelf graphic novel, "The Surrogates" hits theaters tomorrow with its story about a future in which man can operate robotic stand-ins every moment of the day, never having to step outside to see the sun or dare attempt interaction with another person. It's classic science fiction, and the movie adaptation seems poised to impress a lot of peo
The upcoming Bruce Willis flick "The Surrogates," which is based on a Top Shelf comic, imagines a society where people experience their lives through robot avatars rather than first-hand. A new video after the jump examines some of the science behind the technology in the film, and even prophesies that we will be living in a world similar to "The Surrogates" within ten years, which I find a liiiittle hard to believe, but great sound bite
A new trailer is out for the Bruce Willis film "The Surrogates," based on the Top Shelf graphic novel about people live through android avatars called "surrogates" that look identical to human beings, and simulate the experience of living for their users, who never have to leave their homes. Everyone is beautiful, anyone can do -- or be -- anything, and no one can get hurt. At leas