AUSTIN, TX: Harry Dean Stanton: Partly Fiction, a new film by director Sophie Huber playing this week at SXSW, is not your conventional documentary profile. In its opening minutes, director Huber is heard asking, “Do you think you give something away by talking about yourself?” After a pause, Stanton croons “Blue Moon” in response. Show More Summary
Ahead of the Sept. 25 Blu-ray release of "The Avengers," Marvel debuts a deleted scene from the Joss Whedon-directed blockbuster featuring star Mark Ruffalo and actor Harry Dean Stanton.
Now with more Harry Dean Stanton
A deleted clip with Mark Ruffalo from 'Avengers' and Harry Dean Stanton asks one of life's deeper questions read more
The Avengers will be available on DVD and Blu-ray next month. To wet the appetites of nerds everywhere, Marvel has released a deleted scene featuring Bruce Banner. Memba that scene where Bruce Banner fell from the S.H.I.E.L.D. hellicarrier crashing into an old abandoned warehouse? The same one where Harry Dean Stanton wakes him up and [...]
A new deleted scene from 'The Avengers' explores the nature of Bruce Banner's relationship with his inner green monster, and adds a little extra Harry Dean Stanton.
A deleted scene from "The Avengers" showed up on the Internet on Monday, and we got to see that Harry Dean Stanton's cameo was a lot longer than we thought. The "found footage" is courtesy of EW.The "Avengers" deleted scene takes place after the Hulk (or his alter-ego, Bruce Banner, played by Mark Ruffalo) exits the S.H.I.E.L.D. Show More Summary
EW reveals a scene that was left on the cutting room floor:...when it comes to The Hulk, “Who am I?” is a much more important and complicated question. Is the Hulk just the raw manifestation of Bruce Banner’s suppressed...
The first deleted scene from the Avengers movie has surfaced, likely in anticipation of the DVD/Blu-ray being released in a tad over a month. It's an extra scene between Mark Ruffalo's Bruce Banne...
It's got a lot more Harry Dean Stanton in it, and it's way existential. ... More »
Mark Ruffalo's Bruce Banner chats with a security guard in this extended moment from the Blu-ray set arriving September 25. [...]
Turns out the awesome Bruce Banner moment with Harry Dean Stanton was a bit longer than what we saw on the big screen. Here's the first ever deleted scene from The Avengers DVD, showing the Hulk getting introspective. More »
Harry Dean Stanton has good advice.
Though his cameo only lasted a few seconds in The Avengers, Harry Dean Stanton had one of the best lines in the movie. Apparently his scene was a lot longer and you can watch the rest of it below via EW. Written and directed by JossShow More Summary
“The Cowboy and the Frenchman” is a 1988 comedic short film by David Lynch in which three cowboys come across a stereotypical Frenchman in the American West. The film stars Harry Dean Stanton and Jack Nance and was originally shown on the French television show The French as Seen By… via Dangerous Minds
Film buffs, have you ever heard of Les Français vus par… (The French as seen by…), a series of five short films commissioned by Le Figaro in 1988? If you haven’t, get ready to fall into a cinephile Internet K-hole, because here’s the international roster of directors who contributed: Werner Herzog, Jean-Luc Godard, Andrzej Wajda,Luigi [...]
Charles Bukowski's work will be celebrated in downtown LA Saturday with readings by Harry Dean Stanton, Rebecca De Mornay, Dan Fante, Jack Grapes and more.
Yes, hardcore badass Harry Dean Stanton is in THE AVENGERS. Joss explains how that happened.
Welcome to The Crap We Missed where it’s become clear, and I say this as a huge fan, that John Malkovich shouldn’t be allowed to dress himself anymore. I mean, christ, Harry Dean Stanton is more put together and he’s been dead for 20 years. Also, Avril Lavigne is PREGNANT!! (I’m contractually obligated by Fish Read More...
Last night's premiere of The Avengers proved to be particularly ugly for men's fashion. And if Harry Dean Stanton wasn't drunk when he got dressed, I'll eat Richard Grieco's hat. More »