Comic-Con: Punisher Short Featuring Thomas Jane & Ron Perlman! In 2004, Thomas Jane starred as Frank Castle in The Punisher for what was then Lions Gate Films (now Lionsgate). The movie wasn’t a big hit making about $54.7 million worldwide on a budget of $33 million, and it didn’t do so well with the critics ... 07/16/2012 - 3:44 am | View Link
Comic-Con: Punisher Short Featuring Thomas Jane & Ron Perlman! In 2004, Thomas Jane starred as Frank Castle in The Punisher for what was then Lions Gate Films (now Lionsgate). The movie wasn't a big hit making about $54.7 million worldwide on a budget of $33 million, and it didn't do so well with the critics either ... 07/15/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Cool Videos: Thomas Jane financed a Punisher fan film and showed it at Comic Con and acting buddy Ron Perlman to create a short film starring Frank Castle. The resulting ten minute movie is actually pretty good and way better than either of the theatrical movies featuring THE PUNISHER. Check out Thomas Jane's DIRTY LAUNDRY. According ... 07/15/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Cool Videos: Thomas Jane financed a Punisher fan film and showed it at Comic Con Thomas Jane always made an excellent version of THE PUNISHER. Unfortunately, the movie his character inhabited was not so good. But, Thomas Jane does not give up lightly. Then man is a comic book fan to the core and when he recently headed a panel at Comic ... 07/15/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Comic-Con: Thomas Jane Unveiled a New PUNISHER Short Film with Special Guest Ron Perlman! Thomas Jane does ... to the delight of Punisher fans in the audience, a fantastic short film featuring Jane as the Marvel anti-hero. That was awesome enough, but a special guest star also joined the presentation: Ron Perlman, who recently proved how ... 07/14/2012 - 6:38 pm | View Link
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We spoke with rising star Jai Courtney today about his role in the forthcoming Divergent, during which time we also chatted about his next film, Terminator: Genesis, where he plays time-traveling freedom fighter Kyle Reese.
The Aussie native Courtney declined to talk about the specifics of how much this fifth Terminator film will be a reboot as opposed to a straight sequel to the past films -- "There's not a lot I can tell you about in that sense to be honest" -- but he did admit that he was initially leery of the project until he read the script.
Jai Courtney in A Good Day to Die Hard.
Director: Scott Derrickson
Cast: Eric Bana, Edgar Ramirez, Olivia Munn, Sean Harris, Joel McHale
Plot: NY police officer Ralph Sarchie (Eric Bana), investigates a series of crimes. He joins forces with an unconventional priest (Edgar Ramirez), schooled in the rituals of exorcism, to combat the possessions that are terrorizing their city.
Genre: Crime, Horror, Thriller
Release Date: July 2, 2014
IGN sat down with up-and-coming actor Miles Teller today to talk about his new movie Divergent, during which time we also got the chance to ask him about being recently cast as Mr. Fantastic in 20th Century Fox's reboot of The Fantastic Four.
"Well, for me I didn't grow up really as a comic book kid necessarily.
Diane Haithman is a contributor to Deadline Hollywood.
Producer Harvey Weinstein told LA Film Czar Ken Ziffren today that he needs to do whatever it takes to increase California’s $100 million Film and TV Tax Credit Program, in order to keep production here in the state of California. Remarks were made during Weinstein’s keynote address at today’s 38th Annual UCLA Entertainment Symposium.
Related: LA Film Czar: Governor Not Yet “Committed” To Expanding Film & TV Tax Credit
Weinstein argued that California does not have to offer the same discounts as, say, New Orleans as long as the state can provide enough of an incentive when weighed against the added travel and production costs called for by out-of-state production. He said producers can elevate the quality of production by tapping the superior Hollywood talent pool and prefer to avoid transportation hassles that “can turn scheduling into a nightmare.”
Related: Mike Fleming’s Q&A With Harvey Weinstein
On February 19, legislation was introduced to expand the $100 million credit program, with nearly 60 co-sponsors from across the state, however, Gov.