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The Huntsman Adds Jessica Chastain To Its Trio of Awesome Women

Look, I know, I know, that The Huntsman has all the hallmarks of a train wreck. The story of its production is Gordian in its knotness. Rather than slice the thing in half, the movie's gone with a strategy of "hiring all the best women they can." The latest person joining the cast? Jessica Chastain. » 2/24/15 10:00pm 2/24/15 10:00pm

Emily Blunt Nearly Killed Tom Cruise For Real In Edge Of Tomorrow

As you likely know from the trailers, the scifi movie Edge of Tomorrow is about Tom Cruise reliving a single day until he can somehow change the course of a battle against alien invaders. To do so, he trains with Emily Blunt, who kills him whenever they need a "reset." Apparently she took her role seriously. » 6/05/14 5:30pm 6/05/14 5:30pm

Looper deleted scene shows how Gat Men get it done

What's it like working with a Gat Man on Emily Blunt's futuristic farm? Why did Garret Dillahunt's character dredge up so much fear? The first-ever deleted scene from Rian Johnson's Looper shows the trigger-happy Gat Man searching for Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Bruce Willis on Blunt's family farm. It's a pretty slick… » 1/02/13 7:45am 1/02/13 7:45am

Why Joseph Gordon-Levitt has the crappiest gun in Looper

Rian Johnson's Looper doesn't just have a clever use of time travel — it also has a complicated gangster society, with its own futuristic terminology. Including the movie's title — Joseph Gordon-Levitt's character is a "looper," which means he's the lowest of the low, when it comes to these future gangsters. » 7/25/12 3:44pm 7/25/12 3:44pm

Looper promises Terminator-style time travel with a crime movie twist

Writer-director Rian Johnson gave San Diego Comic-Con an extended peek at his new film Looper, in which Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays a hit man who has to kill his future self, played by Bruce Willis. But Willis isn't just out to save his neck — he wants to save the future from his past. Minor spoilers ahead. » 7/14/12 11:00am 7/14/12 11:00am

Ewan McGregor attempts a crime against nature, in the first Salmon…

Paul Torday's Salmon Fishing in the Yemen was one of our favorite examples of a book that's secretly science fiction — about a fisheries scientist who undertakes the mad, ambitious project of introducing salmon to the Yemen. Including all of the bioengineering (and regular engineering) that goes into that. » 12/16/11 2:30pm 12/16/11 2:30pm

Gnomeo and Juliet is your new Saturday-morning hangover movie

Need to amuse the kiddies while you recover from your Friday-night excesses? Gnomeo and Juliet is a remarkably pleasant film to watch with a hangover, featuring tons of Shakespearean in-jokes, garden gnome slapstick and Elton John cameos. It's the sort of film that's funny when you're barely awake, and it won't make… » 2/11/11 9:00am 2/11/11 9:00am