Martin Guigui

  • Every Marvel movie from Iron Man to Avengers: Age of Ultron, definitively ranked

    Now that Avengers: Age of Ultron has been in theaters a few days, it's time to answer that perpetual question: which Marvel Studios movie is best? Iron Man 2 suffers greatly from having to serve too many masters. It wants to be another fun-loving Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) tale, but it's also…

    Vox.com45 mins ago
  • Why 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' Killed Off the Wrong Character

    We’ve known for a while that not every hero would make it out of Avengers: Age of Ultron alive. Director Joss Whedon warned us as much, and he’s not one to renege on killing off beloved characters. But we still weren’t prepared for the fact that they’d kill off the wrong character! (SPOILER…

    ETonline
  • 'Ant-Man' Poster Wants To Remind You Of 'Iron Man' Poster

    Walt Disney and Marvel dropped an Ant-Man theatrical poster this morning. It's perfectly fine, with its title hero heroically standing (ironically) tall while his supporting cast (and said hero outside of the suit) surrounds him in a vague bubble fashion. It's not quite floating heads, and they…

    Forbes
  • Finally: Boba Fett is getting his own Star Wars movie

    For a “bad guy,” Boba Fett is still one of the Star Wars characters fans like, and many of us would like to see his story. There’s definitely a complex story to be told about the bounty hunter sent to capture Han Solo in the original Start Wars trilogy. Luckily, a standalone Star Wars Anthology…

    BGR News
  • Margot Robbie Is Delightfully Frightening as Harley Quinn on 'Suicide Squad' Set

    Margot Robbie looks totally badass on the set of Suicide Squad! Director David Ayer shared the first full cast photo on Sunday, and now we’re getting an even closer look into the colorful world of Harley Quinn. Splash News Robbie can be seen strutting her stuff in full costume on set in Toronto…

    ETonline
  • Austrian charged for singing in film under Hitler portrait

    Austrian prosecutors have charged the owner of a basement filled with Adolf Hitler paraphernalia as a Nazi sympathizer after his collection featured in a documentary film by cult director Ulrich Seidl last year. Re-engagement with National Socialism has been a crime since 1947 in Austria, which for…

    Reuters
  • Morgan Freeman Loves Weed

    The Oscar winner sat down to discuss his new film ‘5 Flights Up,’ why he left the Big Apple, and how marijuana is the only thing that can help ease his pain.

    The Daily Beast (RSS)
  • Sydney Film Festival: Geoffrey Rush's 'The Daughter' to Premiere, Lineup Expands to 251 Films

    Features from Jafar Panahi, Miguel Gomes and Alfonso Gomez-Rejon also competing for the Sydney Film Prize.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Comcast Aims to Improve Its Bad Reputation for Customer Service

    CHICAGO — In a revitalized trendy neighborhood north of downtown is storefront space that takes cues from an Apple store: Gadgets displayed and demonstrated with the utmost enticement. This is Studio Xfinity, a new concept in the testing stage that Comcast hopes will help redefine the local cable…

    Variety
  • Apple Sues Russian Online Store Over Logo (Report)

    The local online store is using a logo similar to that of Apple.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Joaquin Phoenix’s 8 Most Memorable Movie Roles

    Here are 8 memorable roles from the eccentric and talented Joaquin Phoenix.

    The Cheat Sheet
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    Box Office Report: May 2nd-3rd

    The Hollywood Reporter's box office report for the weekend of May 2nd-3rd.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • ‘Penny Dreadful’ Ratings Fall From Season 1, ‘Nurse Jackie’ Rises For Showtime

    Literally bathed in blood, the Season 2 premiere of the John Logan-created Showtime series got a bite taken out of it on Sunday. With 575,000 total viewers watching on May 3 at 10 PM, Penny Dreadful fell 34% from its Season 1 debut on May 11, 2014. In fact, the Season 2 debut of the drama…

    Deadline
  • Ellen Albertini Dow, 'Wedding Singer' rapper, dies at 101

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Ellen Albertini Dow, a feisty character actress best known for her salty rendition of "Rapper's Delight" in "The Wedding Singer," has died. She was 101.

    Associated Press
  • Christoph Liedke Joins Wild Bunch Germany

    The former Warner Bros. executive will head up theatrical and home entertainment operations at the group, formed through the merger of Wild Bunch’s German operations withBerlin-based Senator Entertainment.

    The Hollywood Reporter
  • Disney Q2 Tops With 'Star Wars' Plans Eyed

    Response to the upcoming "Star Wars" movie has "well exceeded expectations," and the rejuvenated franchise presents a "huge opportunity" for Walt Disney's parks and resorts, ...

    Investor's Business Daily
  • France’s Celine Sciamma Set For Next

    Screenwriter-director Celine Sciamma (“Tomboy,” “Girlhood”), a leading figure of a vibrant distaff director generation in France, will present a workshop dedicated to multi-platforming and virtual reality at Next, the Cannes Film Market’s new digital revolution film forum. Running May 13-22, Next’s…

    Variety