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PSA: Tom Hardy Recently Filmed a Scene Wearing Only a Tattoo and a Necklace 

17 hours agoPop Culture / Celebrity : Jezebel

Tom Hardy, known for looking great and saying little in movies like Mad Max: Fury Road and The Revenant, is back—and naked. Read more...

Moron ATV Rider Jousts With Car, Loses Horrifically

4 days agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Wheelie-ing an ATV down public roads in shorts, a t-shirt and sandals while your buddy films it is a terrible idea. Drifting into the oncoming lane so you can wheelie past your buddies is an even worse one. Most of you hopefully already know this, but this video is proof that some don’t. Read more...

Horror Film 'Southbound' Is A Demonic Detour Worth Taking

A good dose of macabre humor and some truly eerie moments make the movie a pleasurable road trip to terror. [ more › ]

Ethan Hawke To Star In ’24 Hours To Live’ For Fundamental Films And Thunder Road Pictures

Ethan Hawke will star in thriller 24 Hours to Live, which will mark the feature directing debut of second unit director Brian Smrz. Chinese distributor and financier Mark Gao’s Fundamental Films and Basil Iwanyk’s Thunder Road Pictures will produce. Show More Summary

Ethan Hawke Has ’24 Hours to Life’ After Being Resurrected!

Academy Award Nominee Ethan Hawke (Regression, Sinister, Boyhood, Training Day) will star in Fundamental Films and Thunder Road Pictures’ upcoming thriller 24 Hours to Live, with acclaimed Second Unit Director Brian Smrz tapped to direct, Bloody Disgusting learned out of EFM in Berlin. Penned by Zachary Dean based on an original script from Ron Mita […]

James Franco to Direct 'Zola' Stripper Film

Stripper Aziah "Zola" Wells story captivated the internet when her tale of a Florida road trip in October gone horribly wrong unfolded on Twitter. It inspired a more detailed account in David Kushner's exclusive story, "Zola Tells All: The Real Story Behind the Greatest Stripper Saga Ever Tweeted" for Rolling...

'Mad Max: Fury Road' Sequel News: Director George Miller Has Written Two Other 'Mad Max' Movies

With the huge success of "Mad Max: Fury Road" (2015), it comes as no surprise that at least two more sequels for the action film are being planned.

Insane 'Zola' Twitter Saga Will Soon Be a Movie Directed By James Franco

5 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Ok, the movie will actually be based off the Rolling Stone article that brought said Twitter saga to the world’s attention, but still—this is absolutely going to be the first film inspired by 148 tweets about a road trip involving Hooters, the “queen of hoeism,” a pimp, an exotic dancer, and a plunge from a fourth-story window. Read more...

Billy Corgan Plots Road Trip Documentary About America

Billy Corgan is embarking on a cross-country road trip to film a documentary about America and potentially dredge up material for a new album. The Smashing Pumpkins frontman outlined the project in a note on his website, People and Their Cars, which will wind its way from Frank Capra's Mr. Smith Goes to Washington to...

George Miller Explains Why His JUSTICE LEAGUE Film Never Happened

It seems like overnight George Miller has become a huge sensation. This is a man who's been in the business for more years than I've been alive, but all the same, in the wake of his latest film, MAD MAX: FURY ROAD, everyone is realizing what a talent the man is in Hollywood. Show More Summary

IFC Midnight is bringing Abner Pastoll's Road Games to North America

A new suspense thriller entitled ROAD GAMES is on the way, but if that title sounds familiar to you and you're anti-remake, don't be discouraged. This is not a remake of Richard Franklin's awesome 1981 Australian film ROAD...Show More Summary

Production Designer Colin Gibson on ‘Mad Max’: As Scary As A Billboard Of Trump, But Much More Fun

On the morning of the Oscar nominations, a small miracle happened. Mad Max: Fury Road, the film that had been written off before release, only to become the best reviewed blockbuster hit of the year, notched 10 nods, bested only by the 12-score of The Revenant. Show More Summary

George Miller to Lead Cannes Film Festival Jury

The festival said that the selection of the director of "Mad Max: Fury Road" should be seen as a "celebration of genre cinema."

‘Mad Max’ Creator George Miller to Head Cannes Fest Jury

What a lovely day! So begins another story about Mad Max: Fury Road writer and director George Miller, who has experienced a bit of a resurgence thanks to that film’s success last year. The latest bit of news to break concerning the Australian auteur is that he will be heading up the jury at Cannes Film Festival this year as Jury President. Show More Summary

'Mad Max' Director George Miller To Preside Over Cannes Film Festival

Australian director George Miller will preside over the 69th Cannes film festival, organizers said on Tuesday. Miller, whose latest installment of the Mad Max franchise, 'Fury Road', kicked off last year's festival on the Croisette when...Show More Summary

Quick question: Is filming yourself hooning on public roads okay?

So the last week or so, the autoblogosphere – not to mention the citizens of San Diego – have worked themselves into an uproar over the video from which the still above was taken. It features some bro tearing around San Diego sans permits in his jacked-up off-road buggy in an attempt to get his […]

Cannes 2016: 'Mad Max' director George Miller named jury president

George Miller is having a pretty good 2016. Just a few weeks after scoring an Oscar directing nomination for his “Mad Max: Fury Road,” the Australian filmmaker was named president of this year’s Cannes Film Festival jury.“The 70-year-old Miller has won international acclaim for...spectacular and...

George Miller Named Jury President Of Cannes 2016

Hot off a very successful year for the Mad Max: Fury Road director, George Miller has been named the president of the 2016 Cannes Film Festival Jury, the organization announced tonight. Along with other duties during the film festival,...Show More Summary

There is actual video of Michael Jackson saying he never wanted a white guy to play him.

last weekHumor / odd : Happy Place

It was announced earlier this week that actor Joseph Fiennes has been chosen to portray the legendary Michael Jackson in an upcoming movie. The film is reportedly going to be based on a road trip Jackson supposedly took with Elizabeth Taylor and Marlon Brando as they attempted to get to safety after 9/11. Show More Summary

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