Red

Red RED, meaning "Retired, Extremely Dangerous," is a 2010 action comedy film about senior-age intelligence operatives loosely inspired by the three-issue comic book series of the same name created by Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner, and published by the DC Comics imprint Homage. The film stars Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich, Mary-Louise Parker, Helen Mirren, and Karl Urban with Robert Schwentke directing a screenplay by Jon Hoeber and Erich Hoeber. The film was released on October 15, 2010.
Deadline is reporting that Robert Schwentke, who directed the comic book movie sleeper-hit Red, has been hired by Summit Entertainment to helm their Divergent sequel. Thoughts?
Come check out four deleted scenes from Dean Parisot's action-comedy, Red 2. 2010's Red made $200 million at the worldwide box office, and the sequel underperformed with $130 million.
Check out the blooper reel for Red 2 featuring Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, Helen Mirren, and the rest of the stellar cast. Also, click here to read my three and a half star review of the film.
Amazon deals on Neill Blomkamp's Elysium, Red 2 starring Bruce Willis, a Fast & Furious blu-ray bundle, Matthew Vaughn's X-Men: First Class and Thor: The Dark World - The Art of the Movie.
Today in the corner, Zimmer frame in hand, those old codgers of RED 2. Hit the jump for my review!
Whether or not this interviewer did something to piss Bruce Willis off before the cameras started rolling is unclear, but the UK clearly isn't Willis' favourite place as he's taken part in yet another cringe inducing interview (the other was back when the latest Die Hard was released) while promoting Red 2.
Surprised? No, neither are we. Both Red 2 and R.I.P.D. opened at the North American box office this weekend, and both have been major disappointments for their respective studios. Does this mark the end of any future non-Marvel/DC superhero movies? Read on for details.
The Conjuring looks set for a solid weekend at the box office, but everything else? Not so much. Hit the jump for details on how big new releases like Red 2 and R.I.P.D. are set to perform this weekend as well as an update on Guillermo del Toro's Pacific Rim.
The first wave of reviews for Red 2 are in, and if you saw the first movie, you probably won't be too surprised to learn that the response so far has not been good! However, is it really all bad? Well, you've read nailbiter111's review and you can find some more here!
Red 2 has something going for it that most summer films don't; it's FUN and it actually has characters so fully developed that you care about their outcomes. While the film isn't perfect, it does generate enough hearty laughs to keep you entertained.
Hit the jump for a first look at Sam Mendes' West End Musical based on Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, 12 minutes of gameplay footage from Bungee's Destiny, a first look at Laika's BoxTrolls, an international trailer for Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs 2, a Red 2 TV spot, and more!
Summit have released a couple of new television commercials for the upcoming sequel to Robert Schwentke’s RED, this time with Galaxy Quest director Dean Parisot at the helm. Check out "Russia's Deadliest" and "The Guy" after the jump.
I sat down with screenwriters Jon Hoeber and Erich Hoeber, the original writing team for Red, and we discussed in detail their new film, Red 2. They also share some information about a scene that was written for the late and great actor, Ernest Borgnine.
I had a phone interview with South Korean movie star Lee Byung-Hun today, and we discussed Red 2, G.I. Joe: Retaliation, and how a very special scene in his latest film fulfilled a dream that his late father had. Hit the jump to check it out.
I sat down with movie star, Bruce Willis, and the director of Red 2, Dean Parisot, to discuss their new film. We also chatted about Pulp Fiction, G.I. Joe and if Bruce has any interest in portraying Bruce Wayne/Batman. Hit the jump to check it out.
B-roll footage for Red 2, which stars G.I Joe: Retalation leading men Bruce Willis and Byung-hun Lee, Thor: The Dark World's Anthony Hopkins and Hellen Miren. Red 2 is based on the comic book from Warren Ellis and Cully Hammer.
We saw the first clip from Dean Parisot’s (Galaxy Quest) sequel to RED earlier on, and now Collider have debuted five more, featuring Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, Helen Mirren and lots of stuff blowing up. Check 'em out after the jump.
If you're a fan of OTT action then you won't want to miss this very first clip from director Dean Parisot's upcoming RED sequel, which sees Helen Mirren and Byung Hun Lee do a bit of a drive 'n shoot. Check it out after the jump.
A new poster for Dean Parisot's upcoming sequel to RED has popped up online, and features most of the main cast members badly photoshopped together. Check it out after the jump, and let us know if you're even remotely excited for this movie.
With the likes of Man of Steel and The Wolverine hitting the big screen this summer, chances are you may have forgotten all about Dean Parisot's Red 2. Well, two TV spots have been released to remind you! Hit the jump to check them out.
The second movie doesn't even hit until July, but according to THR Summit/Lionsgate have commissioned the previous films' screenwriters to get to work on a third installment, with a view to creating a long-running franchise. More after the jump.
While we've already seen a cropped version of this poster in banner form, Summit Entertainment has today released the full high resolution version of this latest one-sheet for Dean Parisot's Red 2. Check it out!
Featuring Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, Mary-Louise Parker, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Lee Byung-hun, Anthony Hopkins and Helen Mirren, a new character banner for Red 2 has been released. Hit the jump to check it out!
Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, Helen Mirren, and Mary-Louise Parker are all back for the sequel to Red, but this time they are joined by Catherine Zeta-Jones and Anthony Hopkins.
Featured in USA Today's summer movie preview, we have new stills from Kick-Ass 2, Red 2, Star Trek Into Darkness and The Wolverine. While they're not particularly big, they do offer us another teasing glimpse at these highly anticipated 2013 releases.