The official logo for 300: Rise of an Empire has been unveiled on the film's Facebook page.
Wow. What I can say? Take a look at the picture (don't stare it's rude!) then we'll talk.
Would the extended directors cut of A Good Day To Die Hard, be Moore of a good thing? (That pun is the only reason I'm writing this)
Director Eduardo Rodriguez clearly has aspirations to rival his namesake Robert Rodriguez's Desperado (1995) and the stylised, punctuated editing of Quentin Tarantino. However, Jonathan W. Stokes' script does little more than play to tried and shredded Mexican stereotypes.
Spoiler alert! Vin Diesel wears two different coloured vests!
Wow. You wake up on a Friday morning, looking forward to the weekend. Then this happens....
After revisiting the four previous Die Hard movies to mixed results, I had a faint hope that the Die Hard series would follow an inverted version of the Star Trek rule, meaning every odd-numbered Die Hard movie would be a good one. On seeing A Good Day to Die Hard, I am sorry to say the only pattern in this franchise is that John McTiernan directs the good ones.
Concept art is a fascinating insight into the film-making process, it shows the most undiluted vision of the filmmakers intent, and serve as striking pieces of artwork in their own right. No surprise, then, that the concept art for Guillermo del Toro's Pacific Rim is a brilliant vision of a world on the brink of complete destruction.
2007. A full 12 years has passed since Die Hard with a Vengeance. The action genre has changed, times have changed and concerns have changed. Bruce Willis' hair has changed. But, yes, more importantly, concerns have changed. Terrorism is a more tangible quality in the lives of everyday Americans since 9/11, it's not quite so much fun to watch people held hostage and murdered. Live Free or Die Hard represents a new Die Hard for a new generation.
Ever since Skyfall was released to commercial and critical acclaim, Sam Mendes has been asked on numerous occasions if he would return to direct the follow-up. Mendes has always been reluctant to confirm and has said that he put everything he possibly wanted into making Skyfall and was unsure what else he could bring if he returned once more.