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18 items from 2015


DVD Review – Shark Killer (2015)

20 July 2015 5:08 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Shark Killer, 2015.

Directed by Sheldon Wilson.

Starring Derek Theler, Erica Cerra, Arnold Vosloo, Paul du Toit and Wayne Harrison.

Synopsis:

A shark wrangler with a fear of the sea has to hunt a shark to retrieve a diamond from its stomach for his crooked brother.

In many ways it is unfortunate that Steven Spielberg did such an amazing job with Jaws, as every single shark adventure that has been made ever since just pales in comparison with what is pretty much a perfect movie. That isn’t to say that other shark movies aren’t enjoyable but you do spend a lot of time pointing things out and saying “That was in Jaws” or “They stole that from Jaws”.

And this is very true for the first five minutes of Shark Killer, as we are on a Hawaiian beach (or so it says) with a town official declaring the beaches »

- Gary Collinson

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Ryan Reynolds doesn't want to play any more superheroes after Deadpool

10 July 2015 8:51 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Once Marvel's Deadpool is released in February 2016, it seems it's going to take a lot to persuade Ryan Reynolds to suit up again.

The actor has told The Huffington Post that while he may be up for returning as Wade Wilson in a sequel, he will not be looking to bring any other superheroes to the big screen.

The actor said: "We all want to be Batman alone at home in our specifically-sewn Bat pajammies, but no, I have no desire to play any other superheroes after this.

"Hopefully we'll get to do Deadpool again. Given the fact that it's rated R, the fans have to show their support for it, and they have to come out and make it worthwhile for the studio to make another one, but that's it for me. I've punched that superhero card a few times now, and that's enough."

Reynolds has already logged a »

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"Blade 4" Is A "Possibility" Says Snipes

10 July 2015 7:29 AM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Before "Spider-Man," before "X-Men," it was 1998's "Blade" that really ushered in the current wave of successful comic book movie adaptations. Even though it has been more than ten years since Wesley Snipes slipped on his Daywalker outfit in "Blade: Trinity," the actor is still inexorably identified with the role.

With Marvel Studios now in control of the character again, there's always the possibility of the vampire hunter returning. Appearing at Comic Con this week, Snipes was asked if he would return to the role and surprisingly he revealed to Deadline that Marvel themselves have been considering the possibility:

"The project is controlled by Marvel and we did have a really productive and a wonderful meeting and we discussed a number of things. I don't know where it's on their schedule at this point, that hasn't been decided. I guess it's still up in the air."

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- Garth Franklin

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Blade 4: Wesley Snipes confirms Marvel talks

9 July 2015 10:27 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Marvel and Wesley Snipes have met up about a possible further Blade adventure. Snipes holds the door open for further Marvel work too...

Since Blade: Trinity, er, 'disappointed', there's been little more than the occasional murmur about a possible fourth Blade movie. Wesley Snipes' ability to make movies was curtailed a little at one point afterwards, due to the fact that he was in prison, but he's been ramping up his career this past year or two.

His next project is The Player, an incoming TV series. And while promoting that, he was asked what the position was on Blade 4. "The project is controlled by Marvel and we did have a really productive and a wonderful meeting and we discussed a number of things. I don’t know where it’s on their schedule at this point, that hasn’t been decided. I guess it’s still up in the air", he said. »

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The Future Of Blade, According To Wesley Snipes

9 July 2015 6:26 PM, PDT | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Despite making his cinematic debut before the modern superhero movie craze, Blade’s been missing from the big screen for a while. Wesley Snipes last portrayed the character in 2004’s Blade: Trinity, and other than the short-lived Spike TV series, he hasn’t seen live-action since. While Marvel later got the rights to Blade back from New Line Cinema in 2011, they haven’t announced any plans to use him in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Snipes has expressed enthusiasm about doing a Blade 4, and now it appears he’s talked with the House of Ideas about Blade’s future. In an interview with Deadline, Snipes mentioned that he has met with Marvel about bring Blade back, but the character’s status is still uncertain at this point. He said: The project is controlled by Marvel and we did have a really productive and a »

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Sdcc: Wesley Snipes has met with Marvel about another Blade movie

9 July 2015 3:28 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Wesley Snipes, star of all three Blade films, revealed during an interview with Deadline that he has met with Marvel Studios about reprising his role as the vampire-human hybrid for a future Blade project.

When asked about making a fourth film based on the character, Snipes said, “[Blade 4] is controlled by Marvel and we did have a really productive and a wonderful meeting and we discussed a number of things. I don’t know where it’s on their schedule at this point, that hasn’t been decided. I guess it’s still up in the air.”

Snipes was also asked if he would be interested in joining the Marvel Universe in another way, to which he replied, “That’s a possibility too. I’ve always been a fan of these pieces and adaptations, and [it’d] be nice to be a part of the family again. But if we don’t [do] a »

- Justin Cook

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Wesley Snipes Has Met With Marvel About Playing Blade Again

9 July 2015 3:13 PM, PDT | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

The last time Wesley Snipes suited up as the "Daywalker" was for the underwhelming Blade: Trinity, but the first 2 movies are well regarded enough that the demand is still there for him to return to the role. In past interviews the actor has spoken fondly about the character and said he would love to fang-up again if the opportunity arose, but most of us felt this was wishful thinking. Well, turns out Marvel might just be interested in putting something together... or at least, they were! "The project is controlled by Marvel and we did have a really productive and a wonderful meeting and we discussed a number of things," Snipes told Deadline while chatting about his upcoming NBC series The Player. "I don’t know where it’s on their schedule at this point, that hasn’t been decided. I guess it’s still up in the air." Considering »

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'Deadpool' Is Ryan Reynolds' Final Superhero Role

8 July 2015 3:22 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Ryan Reynolds is no stranger to the comic book genre, portraying Hannibal King in Blade: Trinity, Hal Jordan in Green Lantern and Nick in R.I.P.D.. The actor will reprise his role as the Merc With the Mouth from 2009's X-Men Origins: Wolverine in his next superhero movie, the highly-anticipated Deadpool, arriving in theaters February 12, 2016. While promoting his new thriller Self/less, in theaters July 10, Ryan Reynolds revealed that Deadpool will be the last superhero he plays, although he does hope to bring the fans a sequel.

"We all want to be Batman alone at home in our specifically-sewn Bat pajammies, but no, I have no desire to play any other superheroes after this. Hopefully we'll get to do Deadpool again. Given the fact that it's rated R, the fans have to show their support for it, and they have to come out and make it worthwhile for »

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Ryan Reynolds says Deadpool will be his last superhero role

8 July 2015 11:01 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Ryan Reynolds is certainly no stranger to the superhero movie, having appeared in Blade: Trinity, X-Men Origins: Wolverine and Green Lantern, and as he gears up to appear at the San Diego Comic-Con to promote next year’s X-Men spinoff Deadpool, the actor has told The Huffington Post that the Merc with a Mouth will be his final superhero role.

“We all want to be Batman alone at home in our specifically-sewn Bat pajammies, but no, I have no desire to play any other superheroes after this. Hopefully we’ll get to do Deadpool again. Given the fact that it’s rated R, the fans have to show their support for it, and they have to come out and make it worthwhile for the studio to make another one, but that’s it for me. I’ve punched that superhero card a few times now, and that’s enough.”

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- Gary Collinson

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Deadpool Will Be Ryan Reynolds' Last Superhero Role

7 July 2015 5:23 PM, PDT | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Ryan Reynolds has played a lot of superheroes for one actor: Green Lantern in the DC flop, Hannibal King in Blade: Trinity, and Deadpool in X-Men Origins: Wolverine. The actor will reprise Wade Wilson in the upcoming solo film for 20th Century Fox, and according to him, there are no more superhero roles awaiting him in the future.  Prior to his arrival at San Diego Comic-Con this week, Reynolds hit up HuffPost Live to promote another little movie of his that is not Deadpool. You just can.t talk about Self/Less without squeezing in at least one question about the merc with the mouth. If you were somehow holding out hope that the man behind the katana blades would be adding yet another superhero role to his roster, we have some bad news for you. Said Reynolds,  We all want to be Batman alone at home in our specifically-sewn »

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Ryan Reynolds Promises He Won't Be Playing Any More Superheroes After 'Deadpool'

7 July 2015 1:54 PM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

You've got to hand it to Ryan Reynolds, he's taken multiple multiplex hard knocks, and kept his stride. No stranger to comic book movies, he's appeared in "Blade: Trinity" and "The Green Lantern," and gets another shot at playing Deadpool after the mess that was "X-Men Origins: Wolverine." But even he has his limits, and he says no more spandex for him if it ain't the merc with a mouth. "I have no desire to play any other superheroes after this," the actor told Huffington Post. "Hopefully we'll get to do 'Deadpool' again. Given the fact that it's rated R, the fans have to show their support for it, and they have to come out and make it worthwhile for the studio to make another one, but that's it for me. I've punched that superhero card a few times now, and that's enough." And hey, fair play. He's »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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Double Duty: 9 Actors who’ve Played Both Marvel and DC Characters

25 April 2015 6:32 PM, PDT | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

Daredevil moonlighting as Batman? For some actors, one comic book character isn’t enough, nor is one comic publisher. Some actors have jumped the fence between Marvel and DC, playing characters from both companies.

Marvel and DC may have a rivalry going, but that doesn’t stop them from hiring actors who’ve previously worked for the competition. Below is a list of nine actors who’ve portrayed characters from both comic book publishers.

Ryan Reynolds

For Marvel: His first foray into the super hero realm was as Hannibal King in Blade: Trinity (2004). Later, he joined Hugh ‘Wolverine’ Jackman as part of the X-franchise, taking on the role of the mutant Wade “Deadpool” Wilson in X-Men: Origins-Wolverine (2009). He is set to recreate this role in Deadpool (2016)

For DC: He got his big opportunity for super hero stardom playing the cosmic hero with the power ring in Green Lantern (2011). Sadly, that »

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The Fabric of Film: Tough Guy Wear

16 April 2015 2:06 AM, PDT | Clothes on Film | See recent Clothes on Film news »

In honour of The Times’ film critic Kevin Maher’s list of iconic movie rebels, we take a look at what it truly takes to make a tough guy in cinema.

What constitutes a tough guy, as in ‘man’, on film is usually a traditional interpretation of masculinity. There is always room for the sensitive hero in a sweater and slacks, but for those who watch movies as ingrained wish fulfilment, the sexy and sweaty man’s man needs suitable attire to reflect his personality. But it is not just about the garments themselves. A jacket is a jacket, but a leather jacket is a symbol. A wax jacket on the other hand is enlightened – the reformist hero.

Waxed cotton is fantastic stuff. Essentially it is a treated fabric, albeit one that needs regular re-covering to ensure longevity. The result is a lightweight, versatile material that, although not especially warm, »

- Lord Christopher Laverty

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Ryan Reynolds Puts Buff Biceps on Display With His Adorable Workout Buddy

30 March 2015 10:45 AM, PDT | TooFab | See recent TooFab news »

Check out those guns! Ryan Reynolds took to Twitter on Monday to show off his buff biceps -- and it seems he has some big competition in the gym. "This stud out-benched me in the gym Sunday. Nice meeting you Adley," he captioned the pic above. In the photo, the actor and his pint-sized workout partner both flexed their muscles after lifting some weights. While the "Green Lantern" hunk is superhero shape now for his upcoming role in "Deadpool," he wasn't always so disciplined with his diet and exercise routine. "I was pretty unhealthy," he recently told Men's Fitness. "I didn’t care what I ate or what I drank." When he landed a role in "Blade: Trinity," Blake Lively's other half got serious. After three months, six-day-a week workouts, and a 3,200-calorie daily diet, Reynolds gained 25 pounds of muscle. "That time changed my life because it taught me »

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The Voices: is Ryan Reynolds destined to be Hollywood's nearly man?

16 March 2015 2:00 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Reynolds knocks one out of the park in this kitschy comic horror, but marquee-topping stardom still seems to elude him

I’ve been a big fan of Ryan Reynolds since Van Wilder: Party Liaison in 2002, when he played a role not unlike Otter, Tim Matheson’s suavely degenerate Big Man On Campus in Animal House (the link was intentional: Matheson played Van’s dad). I’ve enjoyed him, if not his work, intermittently ever since. I like his blandly cheesy mall-rat good looks, which can be wimped down for comedy or buffed up for action, and his willingness to be serious and very silly. And now he has given us what may be the performance of his career, as a kindly serial killer in the bracingly dark and violent black comedy The Voices – and over here in the Us the thing gets a simultaneous VOD and limited theatrical release. »

- John Patterson

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'Flash' guest star Dominic Purcell talks Heat Wave and his 'Prison Break' reunion

19 January 2015 9:20 PM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Vancouver, BC. It's a rainy October night in Vancouver, but on the location for The CW's "The Flash," they're having a Heat Wave. Sorry. Actually, out in the Vancouver street, it's The Flash (Grant Gustin) and Captain Cold (Wentworth Miller) having a showdown on the rain-soaked pavement as umbrella wielding PAs stand by to shelter the two actors. Speaking of shelter, a small group of reporters is poised on a ledge 100 feet away from the street. We were given permission to shoot non-spoiler pictures from our distant pedestal and, with the light and the drizzle and my cell phone camera, this was the best I could do. At least The Flash is visible. We're scurrying in and out between the rain and a warm makeshift interview room in which we've talked to all of the "Flash" stars. That interview room is where we're having a Heat Wave, or at least »

- Daniel Fienberg

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The Voices: is Ryan Reynolds destined to be Hollywood's nearly man?

12 January 2015 2:31 AM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Reynolds knocks one out of the park in this kitschy comic horror, but marquee-topping stardom still seems to elude him

I’ve been a big fan of Ryan Reynolds since Van Wilder: Party Liaison in 2002, when he played a role not unlike Otter, Tim Matheson’s suavely degenerate Big Man On Campus in Animal House (the link was intentional: Matheson played Van’s dad). I’ve enjoyed him, if not his work, intermittently ever since. I like his blandly cheesy mall-rat good looks, which can be wimped down for comedy or buffed up for action, and his willingness to be serious and very silly. And now he has given us what may be the performance of his career, as a kindly serial killer in the bracingly dark and violent black comedy The Voices – and over here in the Us the thing gets a simultaneous VOD and limited theatrical release. »

- John Patterson

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Ranked: How superhero stars fared after giving up the cape

10 January 2015 1:30 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Donning the cape and tights to play a big screen superhero was often seen as career suicide for actors. This idea is mined to brilliant effect in Alejandro González Iñárritu's Birdman, with a former comic book star looking to relaunch his career with an ambitious Broadway play.

Adding extra spice to Birdman is the casting of Michael Keaton, himself a former Batman whose post-tights career has been somewhat hit and miss. This film, however, is a stunning reminder of just how good an actor Keaton is and proof that careers don't end when on-screen superpowers fade away.

Digital Spy takes a look at 20 ex-superhero stars to see how they fared after leaving an iconic comic book role behind.

20. Billy Zane

The suave American actor looked set for big things in the '90s thanks to impressive roles in Dead Calm and Tombstone, but his time in the purple Phantom »

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