The end of the world is the beginning of Tom Cruise's problems in this…

Not that the first Oblivion trailer looked bad, but this new, second trailer for Tom Cruise's upcoming scififlick is a hell of a lot more exciting. You've got Cruise as Wall-E, a plethora of ruined Earth landmarks, a creepy space government, mysterious humans popping up and Morgan Freeman doing his best Morpheus… » 2/13/13 6:20am 2/13/13 6:20am

Tom Cruise plumbs the secrets of post-apocalyptic Earth in the first

In the first trailer for Tom Cruise's post-apocalyptic film Oblivion, Cruise is a drone repairman walking the shattered remains of Earth. But as he explores the planet humanity was forced to leave behind, he finds something he never expected to find, something that makes him question everything he's been told about… » 12/08/12 6:08pm 12/08/12 6:08pm

Lost Dark Knight Rises audio outtakes reveal that Morgan Freeman is a…

This is absolutely golden. Thanks to the magics of the internet, somebody was able to leak the secret off-camera conversations between Morgan Freeman and Christan Bale on the set of The Dark Knight Rises. In these short snippets of mania, learn how Freeman has no idea who Batman actually is and how his dulcet voice is … » 4/08/12 3:25am 4/08/12 3:25am

In the 1970s, Morgan Freeman was the (hygienic) Lord of the Vampires

Today, the folks at Topless Robot count down 11 bad Draculas. There's one inclusion I take umbrage with: Morgan Freeman's depiction of Vlad on The Electric Company in the Seventies. C'mon! He took baths in his coffin!

You think True Blood is racy? On The Electric Company (Sesame Street's sister show), Freeman would… » 7/28/10 6:30am 7/28/10 6:30am

Fincher Pulls the Plug on Rendezvous With Rama

Director David Fincher’s post- Benjamin Button » 10/13/08 3:00pm 10/13/08 3:00pm project has been somewhat of a mystery—a 3D/CG ? Brian Michael Bendis’ ? Matz's ? Oh god, not the ?!? But now it looks like we can cross at least one limbo-ing project off his to-do list: , based on the cerebral, 1972 novel by sci-fi great Arthur C. Clarke about about the …

Wanted Strips White-Collar Rage Bare

Wanted is one of the dumbest movies I've ever seen, but also one of the most beautifully filmed. And its scream of strangulated middle-class frustration will lodge in your mind afterwards. Wanted, which opens tonight, is like a John Woo remake of Falling Down, the story of a shlubby white-collar worker who finally,… » 6/26/08 9:00am 6/26/08 9:00am

Wanted Ditches Unrealistic Costumes, But Includes The Destiny Loom

In a move to gain street cred for his characters, Wanted director Timur Bekmambetov did away with the kooky superhero outfits from Mark Millar's original graphic novel. Yet he chose to include a totally bizarre plot device, the loom of life. In a new batch of Wanted pictures, you can see both Wesley Gibson (James… » 6/05/08 8:40am 6/05/08 8:40am