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When Mel Gibson and Andrew Garfield gather to speak on their WWII film Hacksaw Ridge, each has jetted into LA from Europe, where they are making other movies. Gibson left the set of The Professor and the Madman, a movie he's starring in with Sean Penn. Show More Summary
Hollywood barely makes the kind of movies that made Mel Gibson into an A-list actor.
A rural property owned by actor-director Mel Gibson is on the market in Agoura Hills for $1.75 million. The property is at the ended of a gated road and near the Holy Family Church, a private chapel affiliated with a Gibson-funded nonprofit foundation. The roughly 87-acre setting includes mature...
In a storied career, involving projects by various leading industry auteurs, Australian visual effects supervisor Chris Godfrey has tended to end up working on either war films or musicals—though he doesn't know exactly why. TeamingShow More Summary
Mel Gibson talked about the decades-long effort to bring to the screen his stirring and inspirational war film Hacksaw Ridge when he came to Deadline’s big all-day event, The Contenders Presented By Deadline, earlier this month at the...Show More Summary
You’ll remember Mel Gibson‘s The Passion of the Christ, and you probably know about the recent biblical epics Noah and Exodus: Gods and Kings and this year’s Jesus bopics, The Young Messiah, Risen and Last Days in the Desert. There’s a similar trend in Middle Eastern cinema covering the early days of Islam.
Chelsea Handler absolutely burned Brad Pitt, Mel Gibson and other saps who've been on the opposite side of the divorce table from Hollywood's Disso Queen... all in the name of children and charity. Chelsea intro'd celeb divorce attorney Laura…
Mel Gibson is back on a redemption tour.
Wedding Crashers 2 could work, though I'm not sure anyone outside of Vince Vaughn's circle of friends is clamoring for it. Vaughn, himself, has moved on to more dramatic roles, like Mel Gibson's Hacksaw Ridge (in theaters as we spea...
“It may be hard to believe at the moment, but there was a time in the US when spouting racist and misogynistic hate speech would damage your career, rather than propelling you to its highest office. Just ask Mel Gibson.”
The director, his editor and sound team discuss transmitting chaos to an audience. Continue reading on Film School Rejects »
It's a testament to the success of Hacksaw Ridge that the film has become more than just Mel Gibson's comeback. A violent war film that centers on a man who will do no harm — Seventh-Day Adventist Desmond Doss (Andrew Garfield), the only conscientious objector to ever win the Medal ... More »
Mel Gibson's Hacksaw Ridge has secured a theatrical release in China this year on Thursday December 8, during one of the country's busiest months for cinema. It's a move that would suggest that the country's normally strict quota onShow More Summary
Mel Gibson weighs the option of directing Iron Man 4, saying i would have to be a very different kind of movie.
A third Oscar for Denzel Washington? A first for Viola Davis? Plus a measure of redemption for Mel Gibson and a busy weekend in Hollywood with the opening of AFI Fest. Welcome to the Gold Standard, the newsletter from the Los Angeles Times that helps guide you through the ins and outs of the awards...
We talk real winners of bogus HFAs and Michelle Dockery's racy new role.
Gibson has given us a somewhat faith-based film that seems to struggle with its own audience. Continue reading on Film School Rejects »
The Australian vet lost both legs fighting in Afghanistan and plays an injured soldier.
Hey, America, get excited, it’s another Marvel movie! Our critics dig into the fourteenth film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe movie, Doctor Strange, and then we to figure out just how much Mel Gibson understands basic story structure with Hacksaw Ridge. Show More Summary