The director of the 300 sequel talks sea monsters, Eva Green, sex scenes and whatever happened to Frank Miller’s graphic novel.
Starsky & Hutch kept TV adaptations on the radar in the 2000s, paving the way for The Dukes of Hazzard, The Dukes of Hazzard and Get Smart. Hurray…?
“Is this what happens when Wes Anderson makes a copy of his own work?”
“Eva Green is a firestorm in a movie that simply doesn’t deserve her.”
Hong Kong superstar Stephen Chow fights a giant fish using the power of Newtonian physics.
Lena Headey compares 300 to Remains of the Day, claims she’s never heard of ‘Game of Thrones’ and says green screen makes her want to puke.
“Overcomes its ridiculous conceit and emerges as bravura entertainment.”
Ever wonder what would happen if King Xerxes was a woman? And if 300 was a better movie? And in Portuguese?
The Wolf of Wall Street meets Starfleet, Warcraft, The Muppets and more!
Big Bird and The Iron Sheik will be the subjects of these flicks.
VIDEO: Donald Sutherland explains how his father’s unusual advice relates to President Snow in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
“A film for nerds, by nerds.”
The CraveOnline film critics take the WABAC machine and present their picks for the best time travel movie ever. Read their arguments and vote for yourself.
Melissa Howland put too much faith in The Wolf of Wall Street. Now she has to eat Peeps until she bursts.
We talk to the filmmaker about adapting his classic movie into the debut original series to launch his new El Rey network.
Fred Topel calls the Hunger Games: Catching Fire Blu-ray “a solid job on a standard new release Blu-ray.”
Will Aaron Paul make it as a movie star? What the heck is up with Michael Keaton? These are just some of the questions raised by Need for Speed.
It’s finally over, and Nash Herrington’s already helping you prep for the next one.
The spooky new one-sheet for Alien Abduction, a horror thriller from the producers of Hostel and Inglourious Basterds.
Alice Eve discusses her new thriller with Bryan Cranston, the future of Star Trek and upcoming films with Neil LaBute and Chris Evans.