All posts tagged "Jonas Armstrong"
/ 4 years ago
Yesterday Warner Bros. launched their viral campaign for Godzilla, this morning they’ve started one for Edge of Tomorrow, the time travel...
The great Jeremy Piven – whom I will always be a fan of because of his role in Judgement Night (watch...
Today is catch up day as we bring you even more news that broke out of the San Diego Comic-Con, which...
Edge of Tomorrow has been announced as the title of the upcoming sci-fi thriller starring Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt, directed...
/ 4 years ago
I’m a Tom Cruise sympathizer, and I love time travel movies, so Warner Bros.’ Edge of Tomorrow (formerly All You Need...
We broke the news a few weeks back that Universal Pictures had scheduled a series of additional photography for Robert Schwentke’s...
Warner Bros. Pictures has moved All You Need Is Kill, starring Tom Cruise, up to March 7, 2012, one week earlier...
/ 5 years ago
We’ve now landed a hi-res first ever look at Tom Cruise in All You Need Is Kill where he rocks futuristic...
Warner Bros. has set a March 14, 2014, opening for Doug Liman‘s sci-fi actioner All You Need Is Kill, starring Tom...
this week in horror
This Week in Horror - May 1, 2017 - Rawhead Rex, Unbreakable, ...
Rawhead Rex is getting a 4K restoration, M. Night Shyamalan is making a sequel to Unbreakable and Split, and The X-Files will return for an 11th season! It's This Week in Horror with Whitney Moore!Posted by Bloody-Disgusting on Monday, May 1, 2017
Linda Hamilton is Back as Sarah Connor in ‘Terminator 6’!
Bill Skarsgård Reveals “Disturbing” Flashback Scene Cut from ‘IT’
Everything We Know About David Gordon Green’s ‘Halloween’
The Classic Ghostface Mask Returns in Season 3 of MTV’s “Scream”!
[Review] ‘Gerald’s Game’ Hits ‘Misery’ Levels of Cringe-worthy Tension
Frank Castle Kills Them All in Official “The Punisher” Trailer
‘IT’ Breaks More Records With One of the Biggest Second Weekends in History
Sabrina the Teenage Witch Getting Her Own Dark Horror Series on The CW
Every Character in ‘Leatherface’ Who Connects to a Previous ‘Chainsaw’ Film
[Review] ‘Leatherface’ Fails By Proving the Saw is Family