Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul stars in this adrenaline fueled film loosely based on the popular video game Need For Speed. Fast & Furious killed the car-junkie genre for me, but this movie may prove me wrong. In theaters March 2014.
Popular streetwear brand Stüssy pays homage to MTV’s legendary show Yo! MTV Raps with a dope documentary and a capsule collection in celebration of hip hop’s 40th year anniversary.
All of your favorite comedians — Aziz Ansari, Michael Cera, Kevin Hart, and a shitload more — die, as well as Rihanna. This movie is undeniably awesome.
Hugh Jackman is back as everyone’s favorite hard-ass; Wolverine. How will this one stack up to Wolverine: Origins?
Check out the second trailer to Brad Pitt end-of-the-world action thriller World War Z. This trailer did make the movie slightly more interesting. In theaters June 2013.
Kick Ass and Hit Girl are back to pummel more keister, alongside new partner Colonel Stars & Stripes — played by Jim Carrey — in Kick Ass 2.
The Hangover gang is back for a third movie. Let’s pray that this one doesn’t suck. In theaters May 24th, 2013.
Here is your second helping of Iron Man 3.
With social media taking over the world, we finally have a movie that exploits the possible dangers over being “connected.” A former Marine (Alexander Skarsgard) reacts to his failing marriage by succumbing to the credit-sapping allure of online gambling, while his wife (Paula Patton) begins to confess her secrets to a stranger she’s met on…
Filmmaker Nelson Carvajal shared this concept video for the Academy Awards this year, and yes, it is dope.
Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson team up for a another buddy comedy film where they are salesmen whose careers have been overran by the digital revolution. So what’s their solution? An internship at Google seems about right. The Internship is out in theaters June 7, 2013. The InternshipWikipedia: The Internship is an upcoming comedy film…
It’s one for the history books—more than 75 different stars were photographed for Vanity Fair’s 19th Hollywood Portfolio, shot by Bruce Weber as the famed photographer’s definitive tribute to the town. Enfolding Tom Hanks and Halle Berry, Amy Adams and Jonah Hill, Selena Gomez and Alan Arkin, Weber’s vision called for a variety of talent—of…