A regular guy is trying to get ahead in his entry-level job at Wyatt Corporation. But after one costly mistake, Adam’s ruthless CEO forces him to spy on a corporate rival.
The sci-fi novel comes to life as we see a young boy named Ender training in a futuristic battle school and proving himself a master of the art of war.
Indiana Jones was one of our favorite movie characters growing up -- he ate brains, killed Nazis and wasn't ashamed to admit he hates snakes. We assume this love is universal. That's why we made this handy little infographic just for you.
Harrison Ford was a guest on last night's 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' to promote his movie '42' and naturally the discussion came around to 'Star Wars: Episode 7' and the future of the franchise. Ford tried to stay mum and say he couldn't talk about anything 'Star Wars,' but when he agreed to some questions from the audience, things got heated and Ford walked off the set. Watch video of the incident below.
My grandmother, Rhoda Singer, died earlier this year. She lived much of her life in Brooklyn and was a Brooklyn Dodgers fan. Her favorite player was Pee Wee Reese, the Dodgers' scrappy white shortstop who famously silenced a racist Cincinnati crowd by putting his arm around his black teammate Jackie Robinson during pre-game warmups.
I thought about my grandmother a lot while watching '42,' the new biopic of Jackie Robinson and his quest to break the color barrier in baseball. On an intellectual level, I can tell you a dozen things wrong with the movie, from its excessively preachy dialogue to its bloated length. But on an emotional level, I have to admit that this movie bypassed my brain and grabbed my heart, pulling each and every string contained therein firmly and repeatedly. It's a pretty good tribute to a great man. And when Pee-Wee and Jackie embraced on that field in Cincinnati I cried.
As you most likely already know, reports of Harrison Ford's involvement in the upcoming J.J. Abrams-directed 'Star Wars: Episode 7' came out a while back followed by a statement from George Lucas saying that him, Carrie Fisher and Mark Hamill were all in negotiations. Plus even Ford himself said he "thinks" it's a sure thing -- but that's apparently all he has to say on the matter and he won't discuss it further. Seriously.
Last month, we brought you the news that 'Star Wars: Episode 7' would see the return of Harrison Ford as Han Solo. This news was later confirmed by George Lucas who said Ford and the original 'Star Wars' cast were all signed on to return for 'Star Wars: Episode 7.' And now we have, for the first time, Harrison Ford talking publicly about making his big return as Han Solo.
Are they in or aren't they? That's the biggest question revolving around 'Star Wars: Episode 7' at the moment: is the original cast actually returning? We've heard "confirmations" from various sources, but there's still a large question mark hovering over the matter.
Today we might be a little closer to a definitive answer on the 'Star Wars: Episode 7' cast, coming straight from George Lucas himself.
Yesterday came news that Harrison Ford had joined the cast of 'Anchorman 2,' which we can only surmise will be the greatest sequel of all-time. Today, we already have the first photos of Ford on set with Papa Burgundy himself, Will Ferrell. Check out the shots from the 'Anchorman 2' set below!