The raspy voice heard by Kevin Costner's character in Field of Dreams saying "If you build it, they will come," inspired a baseball field. No such voice inspired The Underline project, but the ten-mile expanse under Miami's MetroRail is being developed, and people are already coming...
Warner Bros has managed to enlist quite the roster of impressive actors to fill the supporting ranks of its DC heroes. Batman has Jeremy Irons, Superman had Kevin Costner and Russell Crowe and Wonder Woman will eventually have Robin Wright in her corner. Show More Summary
Over the past 20 years, mixed martial arts (MMA) has broken barriers many thought impossible, establishing itself as a legitimate sport thanks in large part to Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). So, why hasn't it made its way to the...Show More Summary
Did you know... table tennis is an Olympic sport -- and MMA is not? Well, Kevin Costner ain't happy about it -- telling TMZ Sports he thinks the powers that be should bring the fighting sport to the Olympic games, ASAP!!!! Costner says MMA…
Kevin Costner the sports fan is best known for his love of baseball and the three movies about the sport he’s starred in. But it turns out he’s a pretty big MMA fan, too, and would love to see the sport in the Olympics. Filed under: Featured Videos, News, Videos (...)
Kevin Costner and sports movies are like peanut butter and chocolate. Two great tastes that taste great together. In each of the past two years, he’s starred in Draft Day (2014) and McFarland, USA (2015), so even he seems to acknowledge a winning combination. Show More Summary
Call your dad, tell him he is good, tell him you love him and agree with him on one of his strongly held opinions, for it is not (...)
Here’s a sentence I did not expect to write in 2016: Kevin Costner turns in a credible performance. [ more › ]
Last summer I reviewed Self/Less, which was Dull, Pointless, and Stupid. I bring it up because it featured Ryan Reynolds as a special forces bad ass who had his mind overwritten by Ben Kingsley the billionaire. He naturally has an.....
Criminal opened in theaters Friday, and audiences the world over are watching the memories of dead CIA agent Ryan Reynolds get transferred to the body of a sociopathic Kevin Costner using a procedure developed by mad scientist Tommy Lee Jones. Show More Summary
“You hurt me, I hurt you worse.” That’s the creed that savage convict Jericho Stewart (Kevin Costner) lives by and boy does he ever mean it. Mean being the operative word, as this actioner is a good deal more bloody and violent than the usual similar fair we get these days. As far as I […]
Kevin Costner gets Ryan Reynolds’ brain, but this limp thriller needs one of its own.
Silly sci-fi hokum in London.
The ludicrous plot and poor direction are issues, but there's entertainment value racking up a bloody body count.
A couple of years back, in 3 Days to Kill, Kevin Costner tried his hand at playing a hardbitten action hero in the latter day Liam Neeson mould. While that film was largely forgettable, Costner ended up making it a lot more engagingShow More Summary
"Criminal" is more violent than it needs to be, but it also has some unexpectedly involving elements. Half science-fiction tale, half espionage thriller, it's a pleasantly far-fetched endeavor that moves along so briskly that it leaves no time to consider its implausibilities, which are many. Directed...
"Costner fans should see it at least once for his performance, everybody else can duck it and save their coin. Personally, I’m still holding my breath for the next Kevin Costner big screen Western. It’s been too damn long since Open Range!" "The Arrow reviews Criminal" Read More...
You have to accept a rather incredible premise in order to fully enjoy the entertaining, if very violent, new crime thriller Criminal. If you can get around the idea that a dead person’s brain DNA can be transferred into a living person,...Show More Summary
Ariel Vromen and Muldoon chat about memory, Kevin Costner, and more! Read the full article on AICN Hello ladies and gentlemen, Muldoon here with a fun chat with director Ariel Vromen. His film, CRIMINAL, comes out tomorrow and stars a handful of big names like Kevin Costner, Gary Oldman, Tommy Lee Jones, Ryan Reynolds, and Gal Gadot. Show More Summary
Violent, low-IQ psychopath Jericho Stewart (Kevin Costner) is implanted with the memories of a dead spy by the CIA, only to escape in London, where he uses his newly acquired skills to disable security systems, speak French (which be...Show More Summary