'42' looks fascinating, and not just for Harrison Ford's weird make-up. Relaying the biography of Jackie Robinson, it shows how the star baseball player (played by Chadwick Boseman) had to struggle against the prejudices that didn't want to see professional baseball become integrated. Now there's a featurette that plays up Robinson's historical significance.
We have little under a year to go before we get to see Gavin Hood's long-awaited adaptation of 'Ender's Game', but it appears as though we're beginning to get immersed in the beloved futuristic world created by author Orson Scott Card.
Case in point: today brings us a brand new photo from the film, featuring an imposing Harrison Ford and the film's young hero, played by 'Hugo' star Asa Butterfield. See the full image after the break.
Oh boy, we're in for a long road to 2015. That's when we'll get 'Star Wars - Episode 7' in theaters, but from now until then we're going to be dealing with a lot of rumors about the new 'Star Wars.' Today we heard that Matthew Vaughn might be the film's director, and now we're hearing that it's possible Harrison Ford could join the new film.
Now that 'The Expendables 3' is officially a go, our attention now turns to who exactly will be coming back into the fold for this beloved action franchise? Aside from the primary stars, there have been rumors that the studio was trying to get some newbies to step into the fold -- Nicolas Cage, Harrison Ford, Wesley Snipes, Clint Eastwood and Mickey Rourke. Now, after all this waiting, one of them as been confirmed!
Harrison Ford and Zac Efron. Not two names you'd necessarily expect to go together in a film -- especially a film being compared to 'Cape Fear.' Then you throw Rob Reiner in the mix as director and the world has gone topsy-turvy!
So what is this film, titled 'You Belong to Me,' have in store for us?
Sorry for the groaner, but this trailer for '42' makes the film look like a can't miss. Chadwick Boseman and Harrison Ford lead the cast of this Jackie Robinson bio-pic, and the inherent drama of Robinson's ascendancy in the face of institutionalized racism makes this look like it will play well on the big screen.
Indiana Jones is back in theaters this week as 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' returns for a limited IMAX engagement. Then next week, 'The Complete Indiana Jones Adventures' brings Indiana Jones and his movies (including 'Raiders of the Lost Ark,' 'Temple of Doom' and 'The Last Crusade) to Blu-ray.
To help celebrate, we're looking back on perhaps Indiana Jones' finest adventure - 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' - in a way that you maybe haven't seen before. In this gallery of rare, behind-the-scenes photos, you can get a glimpse of Harrison Ford preparing himself for a scene, Steven Spielberg setting up a shot and even a look at things that didn't make it into the movie.
The summer of 1982 was so seminal for cinema that even its flops have been canonized. 'Blade Runner' was a huge disappointment for everyone involved thirty years ago, but now it's revered as a classic. And maybe it's finally making money with all the reissues, as we're about to get a new special edition for the film's thirtieth anniversary.
If you've seen 'Raiders of the Lost Ark,' you've seen this scene before -- but not like this. To celebrate the release of 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' in IMAX this weekend and the upcoming Blu-ray box set, we've got a look at an alternate version of the scene in which Indiana Jones faces a guy with a really big sword.