New Poster for RED DAWN Starring Chris Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson aspect and makes damn sure audiences know that Thor and Peeta are here to save the U.S. of A. Hit the jump to check out the poster. The film also stars Adrianne Palicki, Josh Peck, Isabel Lucas, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and Connor Cruise. Red Dawn opens on ... 09/11/2013 - 9:09 am | View Link
Red Dawn (2012) Sitting on the shelf for four years was sadly the best thing that could've happened to RED DAWN because in that time their young stars turned out to be Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Wonder Woman (Adrianne Palicki ), Peeta from HUNGER GAMES (Josh Hutcherson), The ... 03/25/2013 - 1:00 pm | View Link
What's Coming up for Josh Peck after RED DAWN Josh Peck has spent a lot of time doing press for this year's remake of Red Dawn. The cast was ... Josh Hutcherson played Peeta in blockbuster The Hunger Games and Patrick Swayze surrogate Chris Hemsworth became Thor. What's did Josh Peck do? 11/2/2012 - 4:22 pm | View Link
New clip from 'Red Dawn' The remake of the popular film Red Dawn will be released around Thanksgiving this year, and the first clip from the film has been released. The original Red Dawn film, released in 1984, follows a group of teenagers who defend their town from a soviet invasion. 09/30/2012 - 10:18 am | View Link
RED DAWN Set as Closing Film of Fantastic Fest; Plus New Image Released Featuring Adrianne Palicki and Josh Hutcherson Fantastic Fest will take place September 20-27 in Austin, Texas at the Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar. RED DAWN stars CHRIS HEMSWORTH (Thor, The Avengers, Snow White & The Huntsman), JOSH PECK (Drake & Josh, The Wackness), JOSH HUTCHERSON (The Hunger Games ... 09/5/2012 - 10:03 am | View Link
Just browsing the Marvel Studios productions on IMDB, and I noticed this at the top. Image Link, IMDB Link Note, ASM1 or 2 are not there, as they are produced by: ASM1: "Production Co: Columbia Pictures, Marvel Entertainment, Laura Ziskin Productions" ASM2: "Production Co: Marvel Enterprises, Avi Arad Productions, Columbia Pictures" but ASM3 says: "Production Co: Columbia Pictures, Marvel Entertainment, Marvel Studios" It's still being produced by Columbia Pictures, but the first two films were co-produced by Marvel Enterprises/Entertainment, rather than Marvel Studios too.
One of the most pleasant surprises of a mixed-bag movie summer, Guardians of the Galaxy is something akin to Star Wars on Quaaludes. It's a tongue firmly in cheek throwback to cheesy '80s-era B-grade sci-fi movies that is equal parts goofball comedy, cartoony action, and general weirdness.
The movie opens with a brief prelude: A young boy named Peter Quill is inexplicably abducted by aliens shortly after a personal tragedy.
It's one of Marvel Studios' riskiest films to date, and film critics are rewarding them for it. James Gunn's fun space opera "Guardians of the Galaxy" has pulled in a 92% and 7.7/10 on Rotten Tomatoes along with a 76/100 Metacritic, making it one of the best scoring wide releases of the year so far.
The box-office looks set to reward them too with better than expected early numbers indicating the film is slated to not only surpass its $60-70 million opening weekend estimates, but fly right by them and potentially garner in the $90 million range.
The ultimate question is though, what did you think about it?
The stellar cast of Disneys THE JUNGLE BOOK directed by Jon Favreau is surely going to get a lot of attention when the trailers and posters start to roll out. Bill Murray has now joined the cast of as the voice of Baloo! We recently told you that Christopher Walken will be playing King Louie, Ben Kingsley will play Bagheera, Lupita Nyong'o will play Raksha, Idris Elba is Shere Khan and Scarlett Johansson will play
It may only be a few days since the last entry of the Weekly Ketchup covered San Diego Comic-Con, but Hollywood was quick to start releasing news stories about movies that don't involve superheroes or comic books. The movies that made the news in the last five days include Dragonriders of Pern, The Jungle Book, Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, The Mummy, Pixels, and Skull Island.