If you're in the Los Angeles area and want to be on ReelChannel TV, Reelz.com, and YouTube, attend tonight's 12:01 AM screening of the Shia LaBeouf vehicle Eagle Eye. When the movie's over tell show host Travis Oscarson how you liked it. Or didn't. Here are the details:
The Bridge Cinema Deluxe
6081 Center Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90045
Here's a googlemap.
IMPAwards.com has gotten their hands on the "final" one-sheet for the new Bond movie, Quantum of Solace. The early posters were cool, but it looks like they tossed aside the previous machine gun-wielding Bond version in favor of one that's more in sync with the movie's iffy title.
Check out the full size version here. Posted 09.25.08 by reelz
If you're that rare soul who's a fan of both Access Hollywood and the Military Channel, then perhaps you've noticed the long-standing correlation between America's military fortunes and the machismo of its reigning Hollywood It-Guy. With the premiere of Shia LaBeouf's Eagle Eye approaching and no happy end to the Iraq situation in sight, an obvious question emerges: Did we give up on Vin Diesel too quickly?
Check out our LaBeouf Doctrine chart for a full exploration of this important national security matter.
Posted 09.25.08 by reelz
Two new character posters for Ridley Scott's Body of Lies have been released, featuring Leonardo DiCaprio and Russell Crowe, both wearing sunglasses in what appears to be night. Click the thumbnails for the larger version and check out Body of Lies in theaters October 10, 2008. Posted 09.25.08 by reelz
Mark Wahlberg is Max Payne. Mila Kunis is Mona Sax. In theaters October 17. Posted 09.25.08 by reelz
Hollywood studio execs are legendary copycats, so it's a bit surprising that the Pirates of the Caribbean trilogy's massive profits didn't immediately spawn a slew of buccaneer-themed projects. One notable exception is Dreamworks' upcoming biopic of the notorious English privateer who terrorized travelers of the high seas in the early 18th century.
In contrast to the family-friendly romp that was Pirates of the Caribbean, Blackbeardwill present a "serious" take on its subject "based on historical fact," producer Barry Josephson promised MTV News in a recent interview. That means lots of violence, debauchery, and (hopefully) no poncy Orlando Bloom types. Cool.
In other Blackbeard news, IGNreported earlier this week that acclaimed Bourne helmer Paul "cinema verite" Greengrass is apparently at the top of the list to direct the film -- a dicey proposition, indeed, for moviegoers with weak stomachs. The prospect of placing Greengrass and his army of hand-held cameras atop an 18th-century frigate is enough to send even the hardiest souls reaching for a bottle of Dramamine. Posted 09.24.08 by reelz
Thanks to the folks at Gawker Media's io9, we've got some early details on what to expect when The Dark Knight DVD hits shelves in December, including a clip. Posted 09.24.08 by reelz
In Eagle Eye, Shia LaBeouf and Michelle Monaghan play strangers thrown together by a mysterious phone call and soon enmeshed in a terror cell's assassination plot. The action-packed thriller had the pair constantly on the run in an attempt to break free from a mysterious woman tracking their every move with popular technology. Find out how the action sequences took their toll in our interview with Monaghan. And in our interview with LaBeouf learn what his film reunion was like with director D.J. Caruso. Posted 09.24.08 by reelz