Luke Bracey talks about his transition from soap operas to action movies, and why he thought he blew his audition to ‘The November Man.’
CraveOnline’s critics present their picks for the best claustrophobic movies ever made, and invite you to vote for your favorites.
Actor from “The Hangover” to take up role.
20 years ago today, Oliver Stone released Natural Born Killers, one of the most touching love stories of a generation. And yes, it was loaded with murder.
Olga Kurylenko talks about the cancellation of Magic City and the long, long development of The November Man.
VividRadio’s Jelena Jensen talks webcamming, pie sex and more.
Apparently “Kick-Ass” pirates are a bit too much for Hit-Girl.
Martin Scorsese and Dennis Lehane reunite for “Ashecliffe,” based upon the Shutter Island film and novel.
Even fans of Tommy Wiseau’s The Room call it a bad movie. Trolling has some interesting theories as to why it’s actually good.
On the 25th anniversary of the (American) release of ‘Milo and Otis’ CraveOnline looks at 10 films with behind the scenes awfulness. Which are ruined? Which can you still (maybe) enjoy?
Pierce Brosnan says he’d rather do The ExpendaBelles than The Expendables 4 and relives his six-martini meeting with Quentin Tarantino about Casino Royale.
The 24th James Bond movie looking to cast the next Oddjob or Jaws for a new generation of fans.
Sin City lost its audience after just two films. CraveOnline lists ten more movie franchises we wish Hollywood would stop trying to shove down our throats.
Prices for premium pay TV to drop below $100 mark.
The third Trailer Park Boys movie tokes on theaters and VOD on September 5, 2014.
Warner Bros. wants the ‘True Detective’ star to don his cowboy hat again.
The acclaimed British legend was 90 years old.
Bibbs & Witney foretell the death of cinema and review Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, When the Game Stands Tall and To Be Takei.
Historic Chapel Street cinema to cease operation next year.
The life and times of ‘Star Trek’ co-star and gay rights activist George Takei are the subject of an endearing new documentary.