4 items from 2012
Dwayne Johnson has come a long way from the days of being listed as Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson in movie credits, and the trailer for Snitch shows why he’s now a go-to name when it comes to action movies.
Snitch wavers between drama and action film as Johnson’s character becomes an informant for the feds in order to keep his son from serving ten years in prison, but this informant does more than just relay information because you don’t bring in the big guy just to watch him reporting intel.
With a cast that includes a roster that seems to be a who’s who of popular television shows, Susan Sarandon almost stands out as the oddball for not having a hit television series on her resume, although her film cred more than makes up for that gap. Keep your eyes peeled during the trailer and you »
- Marty Shaw
2013 is going to be a big year for fans of Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson – seeing how the wrestler-turned actor will be appearing in such blockbuster titles as the delayed G.I. Joe: Retaliation, Michael Bay’s crazy based-on-true-events thriller Pain & Gain and The Fast and the Furious 6 (where Johnson reprises his Fast Five role as the relentless fed Luke Hobbs). However, Johnson will first pop up in another flick based on a hard-to-believe story, Snitch.
The film features ‘The Rock’ as a father whose teenage son (James Allen McCune, The Walking Dead) is setup to take the fall for selling illegal drugs, which leaves him facing a minimum prison sentence of 10 years. Johnson, however, strikes a deal with a U.S. attorney (Susan Sarandon) – in which he will act as an informant and infiltrate a massive (and dangerous) drug ...
- Sandy Schaefer
There are dozens of horror and comic conventions every year, and that gives fans plenty of opportunities to meet Robert Kirkman or one of the many cast members from The Walking Dead. We’ve complied an updated list with guests, dates, and links. If you hear about any new events or see something we missed, send us an email.
For those of you who have been following cast stops, Jeffrey DeMunn (Dale) started booking convention appearances recently and we’ve included them in the list. Your best chance to see most of The Walking Dead cast together at once will be at the San Diego Comic-Con next week and the New York Comic Con in October.
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- Jonathan James
Raise your hands in the air!
*here be spoilers (of course).
Director: Ernest R. Dickerson.
Wow, what a great ending to the second season of "The Walking Dead!" The thirteenth episode titled "Beside a Dying Fire" introduced a new character, Micchone, a new setting, the prison, and a whole lot of action! It was like the wild west on Herschel's (Scott Wilson) farm as a swarm of zombies seemed highly motivated to kill Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and his group. Only Jimmy (James Allen McCune) and Patricia (Jane McNeill) fell while Lori (Sarah Wayne Callies) became unhinged by Rick's murderous confession. Carol should have been left behind at the farm, but this finale really seemed well put together.
What was motivating those zombies to move about? There was a scene involving a helicopter flying over a major city, »
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4 items from 2012
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