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Take another look @ actress Megan Fox as the character 'April O'Neil', 'Channel 6 Newscaster' on the set of producer Michael Bay's reboot of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles", adapting the popular Mirage comic book series.
The new live-action feature featuring CG animated 'Ninja Turtles', stars Will Arnett as 'Vernon Fenwick', Alan Ritchson as 'Raphael', Noel Fisher as 'Michelangelo', Jeremy Howard as 'Donatello', Pete Ploszek as 'Leonardo' and Danny Woodburn as the giant rat 'Splinter'.
The original characters were created by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird in 1984 through a self-published comic book, intended to parody Marvel Comics' "Daredevil" and "New Mutants", Dave Sim's "Cerebus" and Frank Miller's "Ronin".
The story focused on four teenage anthropomorphic turtles, named after Renaissance artists. Trained by their anthropomorphic rat 'sensei' in the art of 'ninjutsu', the Turtles lived in the storm sewers of New York City, battling criminals, »
- Michael Stevens
Here's the first trailer for the upcoming action thriller Killing Season, which features Robert De Niro and John Travolta trying to hunt down, torture, and kill each other. I personally don't think the movie looks that good. As you'll see in the trailer, it's packed with cliche dialogue, and the acting doesn't seem that great. Travolta's acting seems particularly bad.
The film was directed by Mark Steven Johnson (Ghost Rider, Daredevil) from a script written by Evan Daugherty (Snow White and the Huntsman). With a team like this, maybe we shouldn't have been expecting much from this. Here's the synopsis:
Deep in the Appalachian mountains, a reclusive American military veteran (Robert De Niro) and a European tourist (John Travolta) strike up an unlikely friendship. But when the tourist's true intentions come to light, what follows is a tense battle across some of America’s most forbidding landscape proving the old »
- Joey Paur
In what looks like evidence that John Travolta needs another Pulp Fiction career revival, the first trailer for the generic thriller Killing Season from director Mark Steven Johnson (Ghost Rider) is here. Despite the fact that Robert De Niro (who has been hit or miss in the late part of his career) is the one facing off against Travolta in this thriller, the trailer is cut together poorly and doesn't look thrilling in the least. Travolta has a Serbian accent and De Niro just looks like he's going through the motions. Plus, it seems like the trailer really gives away the ending, or at least most of the better parts of this conflict between the two. Here's the first trailer for Mark Steven Johnson's Killing Season, originally from Apple: Mark Steven Johnson (Ghost Rider, Daredevil) directs Killing Season from a script by Evan Daugherty (Divergent, the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles »
- Ethan Anderton
Our weekly round up of all the latest stories from the world of screen superheroes, including Man of Steel, Justice League, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Thor: The Dark World, Guardians of the Galaxy, The Avengers 2, The Wolverine, X-Men: Days of Future Past, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Kick-Ass 2, Arrow, Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Avengers Assemble, Ultimate Spider-Man, Teen Titans Go! and more...
And so, after an absence of seven years, Superman returned to the big screen yesterday with the release of Zack Snyder's hotly-anticipated reboot Man of Steel, and despite a 57% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, the Henry Cavill-headlined superhero epic is soaring at the box office. Man of Steel pulled in a mighty $21 million in the States on Thursday night (more than the midnight openings for The Avengers and The Dark Knight) and an estimated $45 million by close of play on Friday, »
- Flickering Myth
A new trailer has been released for Killing Season.
Directed by Ghost Rider and Daredevil's Mark Steven Johnson, the film stars Robert De Niro and John Travolta as two military veterans of the Bosnian war who battle for survival in a remote wilderness.
Travolta and De Niro were first reported to have joined the action thriller back in 2011.
Further release dates, including for the UK, are yet to be announced. »
This week saw us bring you the first two posters from Ghost Rider and Daredevil director Mark Steven Johnson’s survival thriller Killing Season. Coming pretty swiftly after those is this rather drab and uninspiring first trailer for the film pitting Robert De Niro’s retired military veteran, against John Travolta’s sadistic former Serbian soldier in a rough mountainous terrain. (Now Updated with the official Us trailer)
The official plot synopsis is as follows:
American military veteran Benjamin Ford (De Niro) has fled to a cabin retreat somewhere in the Appalachian Mountains to forget the painful memories of the Bosnian War he fought in. One day, visitor Emil Kovac (Travolta), a European tourist, knocks on his door, and the two men begin an unlikely friendship. When it develops that Kovac is in fact a former Serbian soldier bent on revenge, there begins a one-on-one confrontation and battle between the »
- Craig Hunter
Once upon a time, Benjamin Ford was a decorated Us Army officer who fought in the war in Bosnia. Now retired, Ford spends his most of his days isolated in a Smokey Mountain cabin hunting and fishing. When a mysterious Bosnian expatriate named Kovac appears in the wilderness, Ford befriends who he thinks is a fellow hunter. However, their first expedition together reveals that Kovac actually has a score to settle with Ford. As the two begin a cat-and-mouse game through the mountain landscape, the Killing Season truly begins.
Mark Steven Johnson (Daredevil) directs Killing Season – once known as Shrapnel – from a script by Evan Daugherty (Snow White and the Huntsman). The film stars Robert DeNiro (Last Vegas) and John Travolta (Savages) as Ford and Kovac, respectively.
- Kyle Hembree
Check out the first trailer for “Daredevil” director Mark Steven Johnson’s latest, the survival thriller “Killing Season”, which pits John Travolta against Robert De Niro with bows and arrows in the wilds. Why bows and arrows? Probably because if you gave them guns things might finish too fast, I guess. Bang — you’re dead. With bow and arrows, you can wing someone and they can hop away to fight another day. When you only have two characters fighting in a movie, I guess you’d need that. Anyways, take a look at the first trailer for “Killing Season”. It looks decent, though it’s interesting that it’s from Mark Steven Johnson, the guy behind “Ghost Rider” and “Daredevil”. I think that’s the most interesting part of the entire movie, to be honest with you. Deep in the Appalachian mountains, a reclusive American military veteran (Robert De Niro »
With Iron Man 3 getting Phase Two of the Marvel Cinematic Universe off to a fantastic start at the box office and Thor: The Dark World, Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Guardians of the Galaxy set to build towards Joss Whedon's eagerly-anticipated sequel The Avengers 2, it seems that Marvel Studios is now laying down its plan for Phase Three. We already know that Edgar Wright's Ant-Man will get the third run of movies underway when it arrives in November 2015, and now Disney has announced a two further release dates, with as-yet-unrevealed Marvel movies set to arrive on May 6th, 2016 and May 5th, 2017 respectively.
As for the identity of these two movies we can only speculate at this point in time. It would seem likely that Doctor Strange could fill the 2016, given that Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige has made several references about introducing the Sorcerer Supreme to the McU, »
- Flickering Myth
Both of these guys are obviously screen legends, but they've both also seemingly had problems saying "no" to bad movies on occasion. Where this one will fall is anyone's guess until it hits on-demand outlets and theaters on July 12, but for now, it's fun watching them square off in this brand new trailer. De Niro plays a military vet sequestering himself away in the mountains who reluctantly becomes buddies with a European tourist (!) played by Travolta. Of course, as that beard should have signaled, Mr. Euro Tourist is up to no good.
Battling it out in rough mountain terrain, the two guys must go out it all Rambo/"Red Dawn" (the real one) style faster than one can yell "Wolverines!" Will Travis Bickle whip Vincent Vega? »
- Ryan J Downey
Earlier in the month, Thn brought you the first two posters and trailer from Ghost Rider and Daredevil director Mark Steven Johnson’s Killing Season. The survival thriller pits Oscar-winner Robert De Niro’s retired military sniper, against John Travolta’s sadistic bow-carrying Serbian soldier in a rough mountainous terrain in a battle of wits and physicality. Only one geriatric is going to return to his pipe and slippers…
Now we have a host of official stills from the film with a plot synopsis going as follows:
American military veteran Benjamin Ford (De Niro) has fled to a cabin retreat somewhere in the Appalachian Mountains to forget the painful memories of the Bosnian War he fought in. One day, visitor Emil Kovac (Travolta), a European tourist, knocks on his door, and the two men begin an unlikely friendship. When it develops that Kovac is in fact a former Serbian soldier bent on revenge, »
- Craig Hunter
The brand new trailer for next year's "300: Rise of an Empire" hit the web today. The movie sees Israeli born relative newcomer Noam Murro taking the reigns from "300" director Snyder, who stayed on as producer. Lena Headey was of course rightfully the subject of one of our "Hot People Looking Hot" features recently and she's returned as Queen Gorgo. Of course, most of the characters in "300" (spoiler alert) didn't make it to the final frame, so we've got a mostly new cast of oiled up beefcakes doing battle in this one.
Mortal-turned-god Xerxes (after whom the graphic novel was named) is once again played by Rodrigo Santoro. Xerxes leads an army of Persians on an invasion, which must be fended off by Greek general Themistocles, »
- Ryan J Downey
Millenium Films has released another poster for Robert De Niro and John Travolta's new movie Killing Season. The film was directed by Mark Steven Johnson (Ghost Rider, Daredevil) from a script written by Evan Daugherty (Snow White and the Huntsman).
Killing Season is an action film set in the Appalachian Mountains about an American military veteran (De Niro) who has retreated to a remote cabin in the woods. When a rare visitor, a European tourist (Travolta), appears on the scene, the two men strike up an unlikely friendship. But in fact the visitor is a former Serbian soldier bent on revenge. What follows is a tense, action packed battle across some of America's most forbidding landscape that proves the old adage: the purest form of war is one-on-one.
It sounds like it could be a cool film. We'll see how it turns out--the director doesn't spark much confidence. »
- Joey Paur
Today we have a three-minute trailer for the upcoming "Killing Season," starring Robert De Niro and John Travolta. It's directed by Mark Steven Johnson (Daredevil, Ghost Rider) and is set to hit theaters on July 12th. Plot: American military veteran Benjamin Ford (De Niro) has fled to a cabin retreat somewhere in the Appalachian Mountains to forget the painful memories of the Bosnian War he fought in. One day, visitor Emil Kovac (Travolta), a European tourist, knocks on his door, and the two men begin an unlikely friendship. When it develops that Kovac is in fact a former Serbian soldier bent on revenge, there begins a one-on-one confrontation and battle between the two throughout the harsh mountain environment. Trailer: »
I've got eleven new movie posters to share with you from a wide range of upcoming movies including a second poster for The Butler starring Forrest Whitaker, an international poster for Carrie (10/18) with Chloe Moretz, a Hungarian poster for Despicable Me 2 (7/3), Escape Plan (previously known as The Tomb) starring Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger, the first domestic poster for Wong Kar Wai's The Grandmaster and two new posters for Machete Kills, one featuring Michelle Rodriguez and the other being a second poster featuring Sofia Vergara. I've also got a Mexican poster for World War Z, the doemstic poster for The Heat (6/28) with Melissa McCarthy and Sandra Bullock, a new character poster for Only God Forgives (7/19) featuring Kristin Scott Thomas and then the cream of the crop, the poster for the direct-to-video title Killing Season starring John Travolta and Robert De Niro along with the trailer or the film. »
- Brad Brevet
For a movie that has been in the works for a while, at one time set to re-team "Face/Off" duo Nicolas Cage and John Travolta with John McTiernan directing, the final result here is pretty dismal. Cage was swapped with Robert De Niro (which these days hardly means anything since they both choose awful projects), and the director's chair was vacated by McTiernan and filled with Mark Steven Johnson -- aka the guy behind "Daredevil" and "Ghost Rider" -- and so now we have...this.... A trailer has wormed its way online for "Killing Season," formerly known as "Shrapnel," and it's pretty terrible and cheap looking, even by the sometimes low standards of Millenium Films. Travolta, with something stuck to his chin and a vague Eastern European accent, plays a former Serbian soldier who has a score settle with an American trooper, and thus begins lots of shots of »
- Kevin Jagernauth
We here at Thn are hoping Daredevil and Ghost Rider director Mark Steven Johnson can do a lot better than churn out cack with impressively cast survival thriller, Killing Season. The film stars Robert De Niro, John Travolta and Milo Ventimiglia and is set deep in the Appalachian mountains, as a reclusive former American military veteran strikes ups a friendship with a mysterious European tourist. However, the visitor’s true ruthless intentions point to the past and what follows is a tense battle between the two men across some of America’s most punishing landscapes, where only one man will survive.
Check out the new posters for Killing Season, which arrives in the Us from the 12th July with a UK date still to be set.
The post New Posters See Travolta & De Niro Ready For ‘Killing Season’ appeared first on The Hollywood News. »
- Craig Hunter
We're all aware that many people in Hollywood share an uncanny resemblance. We're not about to rattle off some tired list of celebrity twins. Instead, we take things up a notch with Hollywood Doppelgänger Math, a new series from GeekTyrant that is sure to change the way you look at actors and the roles they play. To make the cut, a person has to look like the sum of at least two other people. For this first collection, we focused on equations that resulted in young and/or up-and-coming actors. We have also included a list of other connections the actors share.
All three have played secondary love interests in popular sitcoms; Amy Adams in The Office, Alison Brie in Community, and Alexandra Daddario in It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Both Adams and Brie have played sisters to characters portrayed by Emily Blunt; Adams in Sunshine Cleaners and Brie in The Five-Year Engagement. »
- Eli Reyes
John Travolta vs. Robert DeNiro. Who ya got? Well, that depends on who is the good guy and who is the bad guy in “Daredevil” and “Ghost Rider” director Mark Steven Johnson’s latest drama. We don’t quite know an answer to that, of course, at least not until the trailer comes out. No word on when that will happen, which is odd since the movie is due next month. Until then, check out the first poster for the movie below, check it outers. Deep in the Appalachian mountains, a reclusive American military veteran (Robert De Niro) and a European tourist (John Travolta) strike up an unlikely friendship. But when the tourist’s true intentions come to light, what follows is a tense battle across some of America’s most forbidding landscape proving the old adage: the purest form of war is one-on-one. The film also stars Milo Ventimiglia (“Heroes”) and Elizabeth Olin. »
Brangelina, Kimye, Bey & Jay, Posh 'n' Becks -- Hollywood is glittered with gorgeous celebrity couples who have captivated the world.
Not only are these dynamic duos powerful, but they're in love -- which ultimately makes for a better story.
But, how did these "it" couples fall head over heels for one another? Well, let's take a trip down memory lane ...
Brangelina met on the set of "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" in 2003. Pitt was married to Jennifer Aniston at the time, but admits he "fell in love" with Jolie while shooting the flick. Aniston filed for divorce in March 2005 and 10 months later, Jolie and Pitt announced they were expecting their first child -- daughter Shiloh. They now have six kids together. "It took until, really, the end of the shoot for us, I think, to realize that it might mean something more than we'd earlier allowed ourselves to believe, »
- The Huffington Post
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