BREAKING NEWS: We know why that creepy masked Burger King freaks us out so much. That almost terrifying way his face is frozen with the same smile as Christian Bale's 'American Psycho' persona, the way he'll just randomly appear in bed next you, the way he's persistent in his efforts for you to eat his hamburgers... Yup, all that just screams Mel Gibson.
Mel Gibson is an actor/director who isn't known for his subtlety. His rants and raves with whatever -- and whomever -- are already known. He's still a fine actor though, and that's why some fans don't care about his views. One person who isn't a fan? 'Showgirls' scribe Joe Eszterhas, who decided to write a 30,000-word ebook about his arguments with Mad Max.
It's been a rough year for Mel Gibson. His latest film 'Get the Gringo' is going straight to Video on Demand, and then there's all that hassle with the film he was going to make with Joe Eszterhas. Well, finally he's got some good news, as he's going to be in Robert Rodriguez's 'Machete Kills.'
Mel Gibson’s attempts at resurrecting his career after a few highly-publicized meltdowns have been rocky, at best. Jodie Foster’s ‘The Beaver’ bombed. Recently, Warner Bros. passed on a screenplay Gibson acquired from ‘Basic Instinct’ writer Joe Eszterhas. But a celebrated cult director would like to lend Gibson a helping hand by casting him in a potential sequel.
Often when filmmakers go through a rough patch in their career they return to material that's worked for them before. So it's no surprise that Mel Gibson - after a couple of years drenched in tabloid attention - would return to the Biblical stories. But Warner Brothers has rejected the script that Gibson commissioned from Hollywood legend Joe Eszterhas.
It's been nearly 14 long years since 'Lethal Weapon 4' came out, and while there was always talk about a fifth installment, it never came to pass. But now director Richard Donner has spoken out about what could have been if cameras had rolled on 'Lethal Weapon 5.'
Sons of Scotland, your time is at hand! In the vein of Starz' 'Spartacus' series and HBO's 'Game of Thrones', it looks like William Wallace might be the next to get the pay-cable TV series treatment. As most remember, the saga of William Wallace was most famously (if inaccurately) chronicled by Mel Gibson's 1995 Oscar-winner 'Braveheart.' But how close to the movie will this series be?