Monsters beats World War Z to claim top spot at weekend box office with ticket sales of $82million Turns out zombies and Superman are no match for monsters. Disney's "Monsters University" is ... "What `World War Z' proves is that all the negative backstory that can be thrown at a movie doesn't matter if the movie's good," said Paul ... 06/24/2013 - 8:19 am | View Link
'I just wanted to do a film that my boys could see': Brad Pitt reveals he made zombie movie World War Z for his sons Introducing a trailer of his upcoming apocalyptic blockbuster, World War Z, at Caesars Palace, Brad explained exactly what motivated him to make the zombie epic. He said: 'Listen, five years ago, I knew absolutely nothing about a zombie ... 04/16/2013 - 11:21 pm | View Link
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After an incredible run on the hit series “Breaking Bad,” Aaron Paul is all revved up and ready to go. His latest feature film NEED FOR SPEED puts the actor behind the wheel of a few incredible cars. Paul makes for an impressive leading man in the video game inspired flick.
Last week we looked at the brilliant career of the late Harold Ramis, whose frequent collaborator, Bill Murray, is also a favourite of this week's subject
Wes Anderson is a genre unto himself. You either love his stuff or you hate it. Luckily, the vast majority of moviegoers and critics fall into the former category and not the latter.