The movie will be released on Blu-ray and DVD on Tuesday.
The entire Law & Order franchise is rife with ripped from the headlines stories, including tales of internet abuse, Duggar drama, and whatever dumb shit Mel Gibson is up to these days. And while the series—and in specific, the SVU iteration...Show More Summary
Sony Pictures Entertainment has closely linked its upcoming faith-based film "Risen," about the hunt for Jesus Christ's crucified body, to the controversial 2004 blockbuster "The Passion of the Christ," claiming that the thriller picks up where Mel Gibson's top-grossing Christian film leaves off. Show More Summary
The cast of Mel Gibson's upcoming war epic Hacksaw Ridge continues to grow, and the production officially added Luke Bracy to its already all-star call sheet. Hacksaw Ridge portrays the true story of Desmond Doss, a solder in the Pacific Theater of World War II who became the first Conscientious Objector to ever win the Congressional Medal of Honor. Show More Summary
The Mad Max: Fury Road “Honest Trailers” treatment has arrived, and it points out exactly what was wrong with the film. While many fans found themselves enjoying the new film, which replaces Mel Gibson with Tom Hardy, it still had its flaws. Show More Summary
Someone in Hollywood has got a fire lit under them when it comes to trying to make Luke Bracey the next big thing. The 26 year old Aussie was seen in last year's spy caper The November Man, the weepy romantic drama The Best of Me, and he's inherited one of the roles that made Keanu Reeves a household name: Johnny Utah in the remake of Point Break. Show More Summary
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EXCLUSIVE: Luke Bracey has been set to star opposite Andrew Garfield, Vince Vaughn and Sam Worthington in the Mel Gibson-directed Hacksaw Ridge. Pic tells the story of Desmond Doss, the first Conscientious Objector in American history to be awarded the Medal Of Honor for bravery in WWII. Show More Summary
Plus Amy Schumer goes full American Gothic, Grace Jones hula-hoops, and George Clooney's dad jeans.
The idea that Mel Gibson was in an altercation with a pushy paparazzo doesn’t really seem too far fetched. The iconic megastar is no stranger to tirades, inexplicable anger and semi-public rants. Mel’s history of sometimes bizarre behavior...Show More Summary
Mel Gibson, 56, escorted his latest love interest to see the premiere of Matilda The Musical at the Lyric Theatre in Sydney, Australia, on Thursday night, August 20, 2015. Struggling with a bipolar disorder exacerbated by critics ignorant...Show More Summary
Mel's longstanding contempt for the media gets him headlines again.
Actor-director Mel Gibson has strongly denied attacking a female photographer in Australia. He insists that she was the one who was invading his personal space and disrespecting him instead. A news photographer in Australia had earlier...Show More Summary
5. Mel Gibson, because he raged out at a paparazzo again. The calm before the storm. (Getty) Remember when Mel Gibson was a beloved movie star instead of a notorious racist rageoholic? If you do, then Mel Gibson isn't doing his job.Show More Summary
Mel Gibson‘s publicist slammed reports on Monday that the actor shoved a female photographer outside a Sydney theater, calling the claims “a complete fabrication.” Kristi Miller, News Corp Australia… READ ON
It has now been 0 days since the last Mel Gibson incident. Over the weekend Kristi Miller, a photographer for The Daily Telegraph, was sent on assignment outside the Palace Verona Cinema in Paddington, Australia for a film screening of Far From Men. Miller thought she was just taking another picture when she spotted Mel and his [...]
Mel Gibson is calling BS on a female photographer in Australia who claims he shoved her and went on an obscenity-laden tirade during a heated exchange when the pap tried to take his picture. Kristi Miller, a photog for the Daily Telegraph, claims…
Apparently, someone thought it would be a good idea to invite Mel Gibson to a Jewish film festival. Shockingly, Mad Mel accepted the invite, and what sounds like the set-up for a bad joke predictably turned into a nightmare involving...Show More Summary
Police were investigating claims on Monday that controversial Hollywood star Mel Gibson allegedly shoved and verbally abused an Australian photographer during an angry altercation. Kristi Miller, a news photographer with Sydney’s Daily Telegraph, said she had taken two pictures of Gibson...