Don Kaye Biography
Wasn't Liam Neeson a badass in 'Taken'? And doesn't he look like he's going to be even more of one in 'Taken 2'? Well, guess what -- that's not always him doing those badass things up there on the screen.
The James Bond movies are known for their opening pre-credits sequences -- which usually involve Bond in some sort of massive action or destruction that may or may not be related to the rest of the movie's plot -- and the new movie 'Skyfall' promises more of the same.
Bruce Willis in the CIA? The guy has -- on screen, that is -- been part of every other law enforcement organization in the world, so why not take a job with the most secretive one of all.
Actor Ben Affleck has impressed both critics and audiences with his two previous efforts as a director, 'Gone Baby Gone' and the excellent 'The Town.' Now the first TV spot for his new film, 'Argo,' has arrived just as the buzz on the film is starting to get really loud.
Leave it to the dead member of the British comedy troupe Monty Python's Flying Circus to write and star in his own autobiography, for which we've now gotten a delightfully weird trailer to go along with the movie's arrival at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Now that it's been confirmed that the sequel to 'X-Men: First Class' will be based (to some degree) on the classic story arc 'Days of Future Past,' it's time to start thinking about which new mutants we want to see in the movie. But first a word...
If you're a fan of Cobie Smulders from her stint in 'The Avengers' or even her longstanding role on CBS-TV's 'How I Met Your Mother,' you're in luck: the actress is in talks for a high-profile lead in an upcoming comedy.
We never thought we'd see the words "tentpole" and 'LEGO' in the same sentence, but, well, we stand corrected. And to top it off, this "tentpole" has just landed two well-known stars.
Fresh off his turn as the bloodthirsty and relentless District 2 tribute Cato in 'The Hunger Games,' Alexander Ludwig has been cast in director Peter Berg's 'Lone Survivor.' But it looks like he won't be doing that much fighting in this one.
David Fincher has his pick of projects and has been attached to a number of different films over the past few years. But it appears that the director has now exited what might have been the highest-profile one of them all.