The Expendables 3 - It has apparently taken Sylvester Stallone three of these movies to realize that people old enough to want to see his wrinkly, roided-out arse shoot guns at baddies are not und...
After an eight absence from the director’s seat, Mel Gibson is coming back with Hacksaw Ridge, the true story of Desmond T. Doss, the first conscientious objector to win the congressional medal of honor despite never picking up a weapon. Show More Summary
Mel Gibson is planning his next cinematic assault and he has convinced Andrew Garfield to come along for the ride with him. And if the appeal of Martin Riggs and Spider-Man teaming up together isn't enough for you, then hopefully the...Show More Summary
Andrew Garfield is in talks to star in director Mel Gibson's 'Hacksaw Ridge', based on the true story of World War II hero Desmond T. Doss. [...]
With Spider-Man in a bit of a void, Andrew Garfield is filling his time wisely. He’ll soon shoot Silence with Martin Scorsese and now he might team up with another Oscar-winning director, Mel Gibson. Both Gibson and Garfield are circling a World War II project called Hacksaw Ridge. Show More Summary
Andrew Garfield would star in Gibson's WWII flick. Read the full article on AICN As much as some folks itch for a Mel Gibson acting comeback, I think what filmgoers are really hoping for is for him to sit back in the director's chair. Show More Summary
Gibson would direct the true story with The Amazing Spider-Man star headlining The post Mel Gibson Eyes Hacksaw Ridge with Andrew Garfield appeared first on Comingsoon.net.
Since Mel Gibson hasn't gained much traction on a comeback as far as his acting career is concerned (Machete Kills and The Expendables 3 were fun, but didn't make waves), it looks like he's going to try the directing door again instead. Show More Summary
Mel Gibson is in talks to take on directing duties on Hacksaw Ridge, based on the true story of Desmond T Doss, with Andrew Garfield also in discussions about playing the lead role. Doss was a US army medic. who served in World War II during the Battle of Okinawa. Show More Summary
Though some might argue that The Expendables 3 was one big movie flub in itself (sure it has its moments, but the sequel fell flat), there were some real bloopers on the set of the action flick. We're used to seeing gag reels for comedies,...Show More Summary
Despite being as good, if not better, than its previous two incarnations, The Expendables 3 didn’t light a fire at the domestic box office. After the first two films grossed $103 million and $85 million respectively, the third film only...Show More Summary
Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat might have converted to Christianity before his death in 2004, suggested Christian writer and speaker RT Kendall, a close friend of his. Kendall revealed that Arafat wept while watching Mel Gibson's epic "The Passion of the Christ" a decade ago, and said that he would not be surprised to see his friend in heaven.
Sadly, the trophy is not a bust of Mel Gibson’s head.
The Chinese mogul impresses ("A very bright, accessible guy," says Fox's Jim Gianopulos) as everyone from Mel Gibson to TriStar's Tom Rothman goes in for face time and Ma plots a Hollywood outpost read more
Welcome to The Crap We Missed: Halloween Edition which by all rights should begin and end with that Mel Gibson pic up there. If you can think of a scarier villain than a probably off the wagon, raging Mel Gibson within arms reach of you, congratulations, you’re the new Stephen King. Don’t forget to toss Read More...
Eagles long snapper Jon Dorenbos spent some time with Mel Gibson during Philadelphia's bye week.
Skye McCole Bartusiak -- who played Mel Gibson's daughter in the 2000 movie "The Patriot" -- died from an accidental mix of pain killers and muscle relaxers... and it looks like she may also have been huffing... TMZ has learned.According to the…
Robert Downey Jr. hung up the phone. Things had gotten so complicated since that Deadline reporter asked him about Mel Gibson. Now he was contradicting himself in public—first he had told Ellen DeGeneres that he was “in the middle of negotiations” for Iron Man 4, and “yes” it was going to happen. Show More Summary
I have other projects in mind for Mel [Gibson] and I -- sooner than later.
Before joking that he'd do Iron Man 4 if Mel Gibson directed (which he has since made very clear was in fact a joke), Robert Downey Jr. talked frankly with Deadline about his apprehensions about continuing to play Iron Man, asking, "What’s the half-life of people enjoying a character?" He... More »