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Journey back in time to witness old rivalries re-ignite when oil is discovered in the disputed land between two Arab tribes. is blood thicker than oil? >> Posted 01.31.13 by BrentJS
You can watch the 10th Annual Visual Effects Society Awards here on ReelzChannel... and nowhere else. The VES Awards recognize outstanding artistry in more than 20 categories of movies, animation, television, commercials, and video games. Stand-up comedian and actor Patton Oswalt returns to host the show, which will air on Sunday, February 19th.
Some highlights of the night include Stan Lee (comic-book writer/producer) receiving the VES Lifetime Achievement Award and Douglas Trumbull (visual effects pioneer/director) being given the 2012 Georges Méliès Award. Antonio Banderas (the voice of Puss in Puss in Boots) and Lucy Liu (the voice of Viper in Kung Fu Panda 2) are among the celebrity presenters. get encore showing details >> Posted 02.06.12 by reelz
Steven Soderbergh's highly anticipated action movie, Haywire, hits theaters this weekend and all the buzz surrounding it reassures viewers it's just as badass as the clips imply. At a recent press conference regarding the movie, Eric Eisenberg of cinemablend.com had the opportunity to sit in and hear what the actors had to say about working with Soderberg and shooting fighting scenes with an actual MMA fighter.
Gina Carano, professional fighter-turned-actress, talked about her "audition process."
My agent called me and he said that this director wanted to meet me, and I didn’t know who he was. I don’t know anything about Hollywood really, still. I’m still learning... We had a four hour lunch and at the end of it he offered me a movie. So, there was no auditioning. I don’t know what that is like yet.
Channing Tatum, no stranger to the action film genre, plays one of the many men Carano beats up and he was more than impressed.
Find a girl that you think can whip my butt and I’ll go to her movie. And then they did. And I wanted to be in the movie, like yes it’s for real. She can really do this stuff. There’s no faking it. She only fakes it, because she has too. It was fun. What did Ewan mcGregor say about working with Gina Carano? >> Posted 01.21.12 by reelz
This Fall Antonio Banderas stars in Puss In Boots where he reprises his role as the suave, boot-loving feline. He will also reteam with director Pedro Almodovar as a twisted plastic surgeon in The Skin I Live In. So, whether he’s playing a sexy kitty or a sexy killer, we love watching this Spanish talent on the big screen. Rank your top 10 Antonio Banderas movies for us, and vote for Hollywood's Top Ten, the show where movie fans control the countdowns.
Vote for your top 10 Antonio Banderas movies >> Posted 09.16.11 by reelz
DreamWorks is trying something different to advertise its upcoming Shrek spinoff, Puss in Boots, and have started focusing on viral commercial parodies instead of the traditional trailers and TV spots.
A trailer released in June explained the plot of the movie, which is essentially a prequel that chronicles the adventures of Puss in Boots (Antonio Banderas) prior to meeting Shrek in 2004's Shrek 2, and sees the swashbuckling cat take down Jack and Jill (Billy Bob Thornton and Amy Sedaris) before they destroy the world. With plot already explained in the previous trailer, DreamWorks can feel free to have fun with the character, interjecting him into commercial parodies, the first of which satirizes the Dos Equis "Most Interesting Man in the World" campaign. watch Puss as "the Most Interesting Cat in the world" >> Posted 09.10.11 by Ryan
While doing press for Shrek Forever After, Antonio Banderas revealed that the upcoming Shrek spin-off, Puss in Boots, would go "in a different direction" from the Shrek franchise and "takes more from Sergio Leone and Western movies." The Leone influence can certainly be seen in movie's latest poster and theatrical trailer.
Essentially a prequel, Puss in Boots shows the adventures of the swashbuckling cat before he meets up with everyone's favorite ogre in 2004's Shrek 2. When Jack and Jill (Billy Bob Thornton and Amy Sedaris) discover a secret power that could destroy the world, only Puss in Boots, along with Humpty Dumpty (Zach Galifianakis) and Kitty Softpaws (Salma Hayek), can save the day. watch the trailer >> Posted 06.21.11 by Ryan
After gaining popularity in the Shrek movies, Antonio Banderas' Puss in Boots character is getting his own movie this fall. Hollywood's Top Ten, the show where movie fans control the countdowns, wants you to pick the Top 10 Cinema Cats. Vote now for your favorites, then tune in to see if your picks make the cut.
Vote for Your Favorite Cinema Cats >> Posted 05.27.11 by reelz
While last year's Shrek Forever After may have actually been "the final chapter" of the saga of those loveable ogres, Shrek (Mike Myers) and Fiona (Cameron Diaz), that doesn't mean that we've seen the last of the fantastic world of Far Far Away. DreamWorks Animation has been working on a (initially direct-to-DVD) spin-off featuring Puss in Boots (Antonio Banderas) since 2007, and now they've finally started to hype the theatrical release of the movie. The first teaser trailer debuted on Friday attached to Rango and it can now be viewed online. And, a new teaser poster for the movie has also been released. watch the teaser trailer >> Posted 03.06.11 by BrentJS
At 74 years old, Woody Allen's one-movie-a-year output is increasingly impressive, though his latest, You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger seems a little lazy, depicting another tale of sexual politics complicating the lives of a British family (Allen fans might remember the exact same plot line in 2009's Whatever Works, only the setting was New York). A new international trailer shows off the usual jazzy, ensemble dramedy that is the standard for Allen movies. This time his impressive cast includes Josh Brolin, Anthony Hopkins, Naomi Watts, Antonio Banderas, Gemma Jones, Lucy Punch, and Slumdog Millionaire's Freida Pinto. View the international trailer here >> Posted 07.09.10 by Ryan
In Shrek Forever After, otherwise known as Shrek: The Final Chapter, Shrek (Mike Myers) learns what life is like if he had never been born, turning his world completely upside down. While Fiona (Cameron Diaz) is now a warrior princess leading an ogre revolution and Donkey (Eddie Murphy) remaining his unchanged, annoying self, it's Puss in Boots (Antonio Banderas) that sees the biggest change, turning from a suave adventurer to one big, pampered kitty. Director Mike Mitchell explained why they made the choice at the press junket last weekend. see what he said and the featurette >> Posted 05.21.10 by Ryan