'The Man with the Iron Fists' has been pummeling us with character-based teasers, and today we get two more. One for Russell Crowe's character Jack Knife, and one for David Bautista's character Brass Body. Watching both promos in quick succession will get co-writer/director/star RZA's music stuck in your head.
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We're only weeks away from the release of RZA's 'The Man With the Iron Fists,' so it's about time we start getting to know the film's characters a little better -- like the Bronze Lion, introduced to us in the latest trailer for the upcoming martial arts actioner.
King Robert Baratheon has long been dead in 'Game of Thrones,' thanks to a hunting expedition, but he's been seemingly been reincarnated in the form of Russell Crowe... or rather, Russell Crowe's new beard, which begs to question if the star is as big of a hot mess as this former 'Thrones' monarch.
In case you needed a reminder that Wu-Tang Clan ain't nothing to f--- with, gaze your eyes upon these brand new photos from 'The Man With the Iron Fists,' written, directed by, and starring Wu-Tang's own RZA.
In the 'Broken City' trailer you'll see Mark Wahlberg being the usual Mark Wahlberg ("Yauh gonna wawk away..."), Russell Crowe being the aging bad guy (when did become the actor playing the bad guy in a Mark Wahlberg action movie?) and Catherine Zeta-Jones as a slut. Can all these moving parts come together to make an effective political conspiracy action suspect thriller?
You have three marquee-busting actors with Oscar credibility in your cast. You have an Oscar-winning director coming off his massively successful Best Picture honoree. You have the power of Broadway behind you. And your debut poster is … the face of an orphan?
'Les Miserables' - the film adaptation of the classic Broadway musical - is, uh, not something we're overly familiar with. But we do know the movie has an all-star cast including Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, Anne Hathaway, Sacha Baron Cohen and Amanda Seyfriend. And now thanks to this new extended first-look at the adaptation, we found something else out about this film that's actually quite cool.
Darren Aronofsky has been doing a bang-up job updating us on his upcoming project 'Noah' via his popular Twitter feed -- tweeting out that set pic of the Ark that went semi-viral and details on filming out of Iceland. This latest look, however, isn't coming from the 'Black Swan' director. Paramount Pictures recently released the first image of lead actor Russell Crowe all suited up for his title role as Noah.
Once upon a time there was a studio called Warner Bros who wanted to adapt Stephen King's famous 'Dark Tower' novel series. Months later, the collective fate of the possible movie and television franchise rests in their hands possibly with the aide of actor Russell Crowe.
A vast majority of us associate Russell Crowe as an actor first and foremost. But the man has been honing his directing talents and plans to put it to good use with an upcoming biopic.