Jeff Giles Biography

'Pacific Rim 2': Could Charlie Day's Newt Live Long Enough to See Himself Become the Villain?

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by Jeff Giles August 5, 2013 @ 8:45 AM
Legendary Pictures
With healthy overseas grosses making the idea of a 'Pacific Rim 2' seem possible, it's time to start wondering where director Guillermo del Toro might take the storyline, and Charlie Day has a few interesting tidbits for us to consider.

Armie Hammer Rules Himself Out of 'Batman vs. Superman' Movie, Studio to Cast Older Batman?

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by Jeff Giles August 2, 2013 @ 8:03 AM
Atsushi Tomura, Getty Images
Once upon a time, Armie Hammer had actually signed on to be the next Batman on the big screen, in a 'Justice League' movie that was eventually canceled, but judging from his most recent comments on the subject, it sounds like he has no interest in a Dark Knight return.

'Dark Knight Returns' Creator Frank Miller Meeting with Zack Snyder on 'Batman vs. Superman' Movie

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by Jeff Giles August 1, 2013 @ 7:46 AM
DC Comics
Before film audiences knew him as the guy behind 'Sin City' and '300,' Frank Miller thrilled comics fans with his dark, revisionist take on Batman in the 'Dark Knight Returns' comic series -- and now it looks like he might be returning to Gotham for the upcoming 'Batman vs. Superman' movie.

New 'Frozen' Trailer Offers a Peek at New Footage

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by Jeff Giles July 3, 2013 @ 8:32 AM
Disney
http://youtu.be/yuW-z6eLd7g
Disney decided to play it coy with the first trailer for 'Frozen,' foregoing a look at the movie's story in favor of a brief comedic interlude starring a reindeer and a magic snowman. The good news is that we finally have some new footage. The bad news? You'll need to know Japanese to really understand what's happening.

Samuel L. Jackson on the Hilarious Origins of His Purple Lightsaber in 'Star Wars'

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by Jeff Giles July 1, 2013 @ 10:18 AM
Lucasfilm
http://youtu.be/ubyo5eZz_Jc
For decades, 'Star Wars' fans were secure in the knowledge that lightsabers came in only three colors: red for evil, green for good and blue for Obi-Wan Kenobi. But then, when the new trilogy of prequels was released between 1999 and 2005, Samuel L. Jackson joined the franchise as Jedi warrior Mace Windu and broke the rules by sporting a purple weapon. So how did it happen?