Are these Django Unchained dolls offensive? Do they trivialise the horrors of slavery? After advocacy groups, lead by Al Sharpton’s National Action Network spoke out against the action figures, the Weinstein Company ask the toymaker (NECA) to halt production.
Check out some brand new still from 20th Century Fox's A Good Day To Die Hard, which feature Bruce Willis as John McClane, Jai Courtney as John "Jack" McClane, and Yuliya Snigir as Irina.
Sony Pictures' latest James Bond installment continues to make a big impact on the box office, as the critically acclaimed movie is expected to surpass $300M domestically by the end of the day. Hit the jump for more details.
To mark the release of Django Unchained in UK cinemas today, Sony Pictures has released an interesting infographic for that AND director Quentin Tarantino's other notable releases including Kill Bill, Inglorious Basterds and Reservoir Dogs.
Not very surprising, but it has been confirmed that Quentin Tarantino's Oscar nominated Western Django Unchained is now the director's highest grossing movie to date with nearly $130 million domestically. Hit the jump for more details.
We cover the James Bond films here on CBM quite regularly, but an upcoming four part biopic from Sky Atlantic will see Dominic Cooper play 007's creator during WWII as he embarked on the adventures which would ultimately give him the inspiration to create the character.
Best known for starring in the likes of Justified and The Shield, Walton Goggins takes on perhaps his most villainous turn yet as 'Billy Crash' in Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained. Hit the jump to read our lengthy interview with the actor!
No chance of being in the wrong place at the wrong time. A marathon of John McClane kicking ass & taking names will soon be upon us!
Not a CBM, in fact it's a crime thriller! But it stars our future General Zod as the ice-cold killer of the title, and also Captain America himself, Chris Evans, as his partner. Check out a second, slightly spoilerific trailer after the jump..
A second TV spot for Warner Bros.' upcoming action thriller Bullet To The Head, starring Sylvester Stallone and based on a graphic novel, has been released. Featuring some more action-packed footage, hit the jump to watch it.
Starring the likes of Michelle Rodriguez, Jessica Alba, Sofía Vergara, Amber Heard, Zoe Saldana, Alexa Vega, Lady Gaga, and Lindsay Lohan, Open Road has now pencilled in Robert Rodriquez's Machete sequel for later this year. Hit the jump for details!
Overshadowed by big Christmas releases such as Django Unchained and Les Miserables, Christopher McQuarrie's Jack Reacher is unlikely to get a sequel unless it performs well in Asian territories over the next couple of months. Read on for details!
In an excerpt from our interview with Django Unchained's Walton Goggins (Cowboys & Aliens, Justified, The Shield), he recalls his humorous first meeting with Samuel L. Jackson during his first day on set as the villainous 'Billy Crash'.
With Michael Fassbender (X-Men: First Class) attached to star and produce, New Regency and Ubisoft have hired British writer Michael Lesslie (Prince Of Denmark) to pen the screenplay for their upcoming Assassin's Creed adaptation. We also have a first logline for the movie.
20th Century Fox have released this brand new television commercial for A Good Day To Die Hard, the fifth film in the popular franchise. Featuring some more action-packed footage as well as confirming the rating, check it out...
According to the website, Collider, John McClane (Bruce Willis) can unleash as many f-bombs as he likes, A Good Day To Die Hard will be rated R. Hit the jump to voice your f'ing opinion.
A new rumor has surfaced suggesting that Sean Connery has been offered to make an appearance at the James Bond celebration at the Oscars this year, while the other five actors who have played 007 have all been invited as well. Read on for details.
Quentin Taratino's Django Unchained took over London's Leicester Square last night and you can check out highlights from the event (including interviews with the director and cast members such as Jamie Foxx, Samuel L. Jackson, Christoph Waltz and more).
A while back, we heard that the possible television adaptation to Brian Michael Bendis' Powers graphic novel may be dead, but now FX President John Landgraf has revealed that may not actually be the case...check out the details after the jump.
Be sure to have a look at this video interview, in which UK journalist Krishnan Guru-Murthy tries to get the director to discuss the perceived link between the bloody carnage his movies and real-life violence. "I'm shutting your butt down!"..