Jeremy Irons

Take a Look at the All-New Batcave in ‘Batman v Superman’

by Charles Bramesco December 29, 2015 @ 9:13 AM
Warner Bros.
The Batcave is more than just Bruce Wayne’s headquarters in his unending fight against the crime the clogs the streets of Gotham, it’s his special place. His sanctuary. It’s where he can go to get away from it all, though the sophisticated rig of surveillance equipment also gives him unprecedented, questionably ethical access to it all. In the comics, the Batcave was where Batman kept all of his souvenirs from past battles (shout out to the Giant Penny), and in the Christopher Nolan pictures, it was the Morgan Freeman-played Lucius Fox’s fortress of moral ambiguity. But for the upcoming crossover film ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,’ the newly minted Batfleck will get a cave all his own.

'Batman vs. Superman' Casts Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor, Jeremy Irons as the New Alfred

by Nick Romano January 31, 2014 @ 11:57 AM
After a vast amount of rumors circled as to who could be the villain in the highly anticipated 'Batman vs. Superman' movie, Warner Bros. finally made the big reveal today by announcing Jesse Eisenberg of 'The Social Network' fame in the role of iconic Superman nemesis Lex Luthor. But that's not all! Jeremy Irons also joins the cast as the new Alfred, Bruce Wayne's famous butler.

'The Borgias' Season 4 Not Likely, Showtime Plots Movie Wrap-Up?

by Kevin Fitzpatrick May 8, 2013 @ 6:30 PM
While Showtime's 'The Borgias' has quietly operated as a staple of the lineup for the past three years, new reports suggest that the papal drama may not make to a fourth season. The series had been envisioned to run for four years, though now creator Neil Jordan has expressed a desire to wrap up the franchise with at two-hour movie, in lieu of a fourth season. Find out the future of 'The Borgias' inside!

'Beautiful Creatures' Review

by Jordan Hoffman February 13, 2013 @ 11:00 PM
Warner Bros.
“Define good.”
It's a challenge young Lena (Alice Englert) asks Ethan (Alden Ehrenreich) when they first meet and when they say their goodbyes. On the surface it's a response to whether or not the book she's reading (a collection by Charles Bukowski) is worthwhile. On a deeper (but not too deep) level it comments on the true nature of a young woman born into a family of “casters cursed to the dark side.” But from my vantage point, that of a critic readying his review, it was a plea.