It's time to put on our speculation hats. Who should take up the mantle of the Dark Knight in the new Batman/Superman movie? Well, we have a few suggestions.
After years of supporting performances and failed TV shows, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau is finally breaking out. The Danish actor has been dominating the small screen as Jaime Lannister on 'Game of Thrones,' and now it looks like he'll be adding another big-screen role to his resume for fantasy epic 'Gods of Egypt.'
Only three episode into 'Game of Thrones' third season, and Sunday's all-new episode "Walk of Punishment" took to punishing a different part of the body in its shocking final moments. Readers of George R.R. Martin's books may have known the event was coming, but what does series star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau have to say about Jaime Lannister's arc going forward? Get the latest on 'Game of Thrones' season 3's handy future inside!
The "Creepy Kid" movie is officially a genre. From 'Village of the Damned' to 'The Bad Seed' to shots of Danny Torrence spaced out and making noises from the back of his throat in 'The Shining,' there's something that cuts from the screen directly to whichever gland releases that “flight” endorphin in your brain. While the marketing material makes it seem as if 'Mama' is going to be a Creepy Kid movie for the ages, it falls upon me to report that, sadly, this is not the case. This is, at root, another "Kid in Peril" flick, and while that has a value all its own, it is not quite a vehicle for inexplicable, nightmare-inducing horror.
'Mama,' the creepy-children-type horror flick produced by 'Pacific Rim' helmer Guillermo del Toro and directed by first-timer Andres Muschietti, is prepping for its initial release Friday, January 18. If you're still debating whether it's worth your money or not, you should decide after checking out these five clips from the film -- about 4:10-worth of footage in all.
Guillermo del Toro always has a few projects up his sleeves, but when he's not working on his own films, he's producing creepy little movies like last year's 'Don't Be Afraid of the Dark,' and the upcoming 'Mama.' Check out the first official trailer for 'Mama' and get ready to hide your eyes.