Watch actors perform their very own death-defying stunts

Most Hollywood actors are forbidden from doing all but the simplest stunts, because of the studio's insurance policies. But some actors still demand to be in the thick of the action, while some comedians performed death-defying tricks before the term "stunt doubles" even existed. Discover who put themselves in mortal… » 7/04/13 5:00pm 7/04/13 5:00pm

Everybody wants to be in the Star Wars sequels except for Jason Statham

Total Film asked a wide variety of actors and directors if they'd like to be involved in J.J. Abrams' upcoming Episode VII. As it turns out, yes, most actors would like to be part of a movie that will likely make $1 billion... except for Jason Statham, who is far too important to lower himself to Ewok-level. » 3/13/13 2:40pm 3/13/13 2:40pm

Death Race Is Car Porn For A Dystopian Internet Age

Click to viewDeath Race is full of awesome exploding car-fu, but it's in the service of a crash course (sorry) in dystopia for the Internet age. The race in question is a prison game which nobody can ever really win, webcast to millions of viewers who might as well be in prison. In fact, Death Race is a good object… » 8/21/08 11:30am 8/21/08 11:30am

First Look At Death Race's Deadly Mask

The official website for Death Race, the quasi-remake of road-rage classic Death Race 2000 starring Jason Statham, just went live. And it includes this glimpse of the metal mask that Statham wears as Frankenstein, the star racer of the prison where he's locked up. Statham wears that mask as he pretends to be the dead… » 7/01/08 5:00pm 7/01/08 5:00pm

First Look At Gerard Butler As A Video-Game Killer

Here's the first picture of Gerard Butler from Game, the movie about prisoners being forced to play a deadly game to the death, while they're controlled by spoiled teenagers. He looks every bit the psycho killing machine, dealing out death and destruction at the whim of his rich online controller. Writer/directors… » 6/17/08 11:20am 6/17/08 11:20am

Fiery Blasts Don't Compensate For Death Race's Wimpiness

Boom goes the dynamite, as Jason Statham unflinchingly walks away from a splodey fireball, as his new film Death Race desperately tries to resurrect some of the bad-ass cred that it lost by reducing the gore content from the original Death Race 2000. Sorry buddy — Walk away from as many explosions as you like, this… » 6/06/08 8:40am 6/06/08 8:40am