Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson are starring in the upcoming movie The Hitman’s Bodyguard and the movie poster is a spoof of a classic film’s poster! Ryan holds Samuel in his arms on the poster the same way that Kevin Costner held Whitney Houston on the poster for their 1992 movie The Bodyguard! The [...]
When No Way Out hit theaters in 1987, I remembered being dazzled. Kevin Costner, Gene Hackman, Sean Young and Will Patton star in a thriller so complex and heart-thumping, it must be a creation of the brightest minds working in Hollywood in the ‘80s.
Start with The Bodyguard. Replace Whitney Houston with a foul-mouthed hitman played by Samuel L. Jackson. Replace Kevin Costner with a foul-mouthed bodyguard played by Ryan Reynolds. Related: Deadpool 2 Has Its Cable! Keep I Will Always Love You, but punctuate it with about a hundred gunshots and car explosions. That's basically what you get in The Hitman's [...]
Kevin Costner plays a fictional character who demonstrates a very real truth about getting ahead.
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Did you ever see that movie from the 1980s where Kevin Costner plays a Russian spy who has the job of investigating himself? The tension keeps building: he can’t give the job to anyone else, but the evidence keeps piling up pointing to himself. Show More Summary
In this video interview, film journalist Katherine Tulich talks to Kevin Costner and Octavia Spencer about the hit film "Hidden Figures," based on the true story of the remarkable African American women working at NASA who were integral in propelling the US into space.
What are some of the worst things Superman has done in his long history? Is Green Lantern as bad as you remember? Will there be some kind of 1990s flashback in Justice League with Kevin Costner and Diane Lane? How long is Logan? Want...Show More Summary
Before he was dancing with wolves he was dabbling with a mouse.
if you caught Ted Melfi's Hidden Figures this weekend, you know the scene that was the talk of every group following the screening: the moment where Taraji P. Henson's character stands up to her superior (Kevin Costner) because he ignorantly wonders where she goes during the day.
Filming Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves in the middle of nowhere came with at least one benefit for Kevin Costner: mushrooms. On The Rich Eisen Show, the actor recalled searching for shrooms with one of the film's stuntmen. "One of my stunt guys came up to me — I was just ... More »
Sure, playing a NASA honcho in Hidden Figures is nice and all, but Kevin Costner has dreams of returning to another frontier. Costner — the star of Silverado, Open Range and Dances with Wolves — still has more to say about cowboys, gunslingers, pioneers, and their ilk. Costner told Variety ... More »
Settling back into a comfortable groove—i.e., long-winded odes to horses and the men that ride them—Kevin Costner has announced that he’s developing, and intends to direct, a new 10-hour Western film (or series of films, or possible TV miniseries, as the case may be). Show More Summary
Kevin Costner is no stranger to Westerns, and he's been thinking over a return to the genre in a big way. Hit the jump to learn Costner's idea for an epic Western that we'd like now, please.
"It’s about 10 hours long, how about that? Maybe I’ll make three features out of it." The post Kevin Costner is Planning Another Epic Western appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
There are all sorts of reasons why actors may turn down roles that are offered to them. Kevin Costner had to turn down the lead for The Hunt for Red October but he wants to set the record straight on the reason.
If there’s one actor we’d like to see direct far more often, it’s Kevin Costner. It’s been 13 very long years since Costner helmed the terrific Open Range, which followed The Postman, an ambitious and puzzling misfire, and his grand directorial debut, Dances with Wolves. Show More Summary
Kevin Costner offers his take on sequels and answers whether or not he'd ever be willing to come back for Bull Durham 2.
Provided he feels good about the script
The cast of the movie Hidden Figures, including Octavia Spencer, Taraji P. Henson, Janelle Monáe?, and Kevin Costner, attended a special screening of their film at the White House on Thursday. Apparently, the meeting was supposed to be with First Lady Michelle Obama only, but President Obama managed to stop by to say hello. Show More Summary