After months of carefully guarded secrecy and endless Internet speculation, “Star Wars: Episode VII” finally has a cast.
George Clooney is getting hitched to 36-year-old U.K. attorney Amal Alamuddin.
For a movie about three intelligent women — well, two intelligent women and an amiable assemblage of curves played by model Kate Upton — “The Other Woman” is disappointingly, disturbingly dumb.
Jude Law is barely recognizable as the magnificently bearded title character — picture Fisher Stevens replacing Liev Schreiber as Sabretooth in “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” — a paunchy, bellowing, red-faced embodiment of hypertension.
To me, it’s even more interesting that Brosnan just said he can’t watch his 007 films, because he is so hard on himself, when to the rest of us, the problem with Brosnan’s 007 movies weren’t him but the scripts, directing and post, am I right?
It’s hard to quantify “Transcendence” as a success. It’s a good popcorn movie, but it’s never as smart as it needs to be.
The ferociously intense “The Raid: Redemption” was an instant classic. But writer-director Gareth Evans went and mucked things up by giving “The Raid 2” a plot. Still, there’s plenty to like in the sequel.
Kevin Costner has made great sports movies (“Bull Durham” and “Field of Dreams”). He’s made good sports movies (“For Love of the Game” and “Tin Cup”). And he’s made “Draft Day.”
Real-life best friends and comedians Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will co-star in a movie for the first time since 2008’s “Baby Mama.”
“Captain America: The Winter Soldier” is very good. But there are plenty of other comic-book adaptations on the horizon.