THOR: RAGNAROK actors Mark Ruffalo, Tom Hiddleston, and Karl Urban discuss what fans can expect from the film.
Entertainment Tonight caught up with actor Mark Ruffalo at the press junket for Liongate’s “NOW YOU SEE ME 2.” Ruffalo gave an update on Marvel Studios’ “THOR: RAGNAROK” which he will reprise his role as Dr. Bruce Banner/The Hulk alongside his ‘Avengers’ co-star Chris Hemsworth. Show More Summary
The video was filmed mostly during a 1,500-mile road trip across the American West.
The popular song "Bless the Broken Road," which was recorded by an assortment of country artists before Rascal Flatts took it to the top of the charts in 2005, serves as the inspiration for a new faith-based film from the director of the God's Not Dead franchise. According to Deadline, Harold...
For audiences familiar with the award-winning work of Chile’s Pablo Larraín, the protean writer-director of films such as “Tony Manero,” “No” and “The Club,” it will come as little surprise that even one of his more conventional-sounding pictures should turn out to be anything but. So it is with...
Stephen Romano, the genius behind the terrific Shock Festival and the writer of Don Coscarelli’s ‘Masters of Horror’ entry Incident On and Off a Mountain Road, has partnered up with Shawn Lewis (Black Devil Doll) to form Eibon Press, a new comic book company with a mission to “Make owning and collecting horror comics cool again.” […]
Actresses Lindsay Pulsipher, Kim Delaney and Jordin Sparks have just been cast in the latest film from God’s Not Dead director Harold Cronk. The faith-based film God Bless The Broken Road is about a grieving widow named Amber whose husband...Show More Summary
On the road promoting The Nice Guys, the film’s press tour brought Ryan Gosling and Matt Bomer to France for the 2016 Cannes Film Festival. Stepping out for the movie’s premiere, Gosling and Bomer donned designer tuxedos. Playing favorites, the duo remained committed to their labels of choice. Show More Summary
The director of God’s Not Dead and God’s Not Dead 2, Harold Cronk, is working on his next film, God Bless the Broken Road. And yes, the Rascal Flatts hit with the same name is the inspiration for the new film. The song, which was originally recorded by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band in 1994,... Show More Summary
Of the 21 films in Competition at Cannes this year, only three are directed by women. That’s a problem. Whether it’s really Cannes’ problem (or any festival’s) is a trickier question. Thierry Frémaux, the fest’s head honcho, always insists...Show More Summary
It’s been a bit of a bumpy road for Gambit, the X-Men spinoff starring Channing Tatum as the eponymous mutant. After losing director Rupert Wyatt and replacing him with Doug Liman, Fox removed nixed the film’s release date with little explanation, leaving fans to wonder if Gambit would still happen at all. Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Open Road closed a deal last night in Cannes for U.S. rights to Before I Fall, the Ry Russo-Young-directed adaptation of the 2010 Lauren Oliver bestselling YA novel. Open Road committed to a wide release and won the film, which screened here for U.S. Show More Summary
Disney’s popular version of Crossy Roads, just released a month ago, has already seen it’s first update in the form of a new Jungle World in commemoration of the release of the live action Jungle Book film. The update also adds 25 new figurines, with 14 of them being hidden. The version notes add “Try […]
George Miller’s thoughtful action films have a political bent, and the arrival of Mad Max: Fury Road just before a new election in our late capitalist near-oligarchy is one of those things you can look at and think, “yeah, I don’t have to look too hard for parallels.” So when Vulture caught up with the Mad Max visionary […]
Norman Reedus and Steven Yeun proved that they can be just as heroic as their Walking Dead characters while riding their motorcycles to set on the roads of Georgia.Click To Continue Reading
Open Road Films acquires the animated feature film because... The LEGO Movie.
Ronda Rousey has kept busy after her stunning loss to Holly Holm last November, going on a pity-party tour and hosting “Saturday Night Live” and signing a deal with Lifetime Movies and eventually getting around to filming the “Road House” remake, which is supposed to get going this month. She hasn’t yet stepped back into […]
Harold Cronk, the director behind the commercially successful "God's Not Dead" film and its newly released sequel, reveals his next faith-based film will be titled "God Bless the Broken Road," about a young mother who loses her husband in the war in Afghanistan.
For your viewing pleasure, this 1930s instructional video released by Chevrolet tells us all about how suspensions operate in remarkably simple, yet entertaining, terms. The film, dug up by the folks at Road & Track, was intended to be shown to mechanics at Chevrolet dealerships. It appears to have been developed by the automaker's training...
Director Harold Cronk, whose God’s Not Dead grossed $62.6M on a budget of only $2M and spawned a sequel and helped prompt PureFlix to open its own distribution arm, has decided on his next picture. It will be the faith-based God Bless...Show More Summary