Richard Donner, best known for directing such movies as “Superman,” “The Goonies” and the “Lethal Weapon” franchise has died at the age of 91.
Right from the start we’re told “Not many people know what their life’s worth,” and in Payback, Mel Gibson’s antihero character knows exactly what that amount is.
Danny Glover and Mel Gibson in their day made the buddy cop movie something to go see in theaters, but after nearly twenty years since the fourth installment can they make a fifth one work?
It’s near the end of February and that means the biggest award show of them all will be giving out the awards that everyone wants to win, except this one.
After Suicide Squad bombed with critics if not nuked it still managed to earn $745 million worldwide and now Warner Brothers is looking at someone who was once considered a lethal weapon to direct the sequel.
On our 28th Podcast we take a deeper look into Marvel’s latest movie in the MCU as my guest and I give Doctor Strange a full physical.
Late this past week Lionsgate released the first trailer for Mel Gibson’s WWII drama, Hacksaw Ridge his first directed film since 2006.
At the height of Gibson’s career he was Mad Max and then he became a Lethal Weapon and now in Blood Father he’s an ex-con trying to protect his daughter.
Martin Riggs and Roger Murtaugh on the big screen once put the “A” in action and the bad guys running in fear. Now Fox is trying to bring that same magic to the small screen this fall.
Fox and its infinite wisdom has gone a head an ordered a pilot for a television series based on one of the best buddy-cop movies to come out of Hollywood. Good or Bad idea?
George Miller’s Mad Max Fury: Road hits theaters later this month and with that Warner Brothers has released a number of images in anticipation of its release.
If Marvel and Disney ever wish to see Robert Downey Jr. return to do a fourth Iron Man movie, they may have to hire a director they probably never envisioned at the helm of a superhero movie.
The Expendables 3 film won’t be released until August 15th of this year when Sylvester Stallone’s, Barney Ross and his Expendables crew will set off a ton of action, gun fire and explosions.
MACHETE KILLS, Danny Trejo returns as ex-Federale agent MACHETE, who is recruited by the President of the United States for a mission which would be impossible for any mortal man.
More casting news for The Expendables 3. After Sylvester Stallone announced Willis was out and Ford was in, today it was announced that Mel Gibson and Antonio Banderas are also joining the cast.
Roger Murtaugh: Seven days to retirement, I’m busted down to patrolman. Martin Riggs: I should have cut the red wire.
Martin Riggs: Hey, look friend, let’s just cut the shit. Now we both know why I was transferred.