Famed for his signature beverage of a vodka martini "shaken, not stirred," Bond has caved to down the brew for a purported 45 million dollar marketing deal from Heineken.
Bringing in Daniel Craig seemed a subtle departure from the other Bonds. But, even in going more gruff, he still drank martinis, the proverbial tonic of refinement. Well, my devoted Bond comrades, it's all about to end. He is ditching the martini for a Heineken.
As the latest Mission Impossible film, a surprise mega-hit, prepares to ease its way out of North American theaters and the newest James Bond continues in production, it's a good reminder of the vitality of the spy film genre in this 50th anniversary year of the Bond film franchise.
Okay? Let's see. Hmm. Oh, Ryan Gosling. I think he's also taken. Doesn't mean he can't take me out for Valentine's Day. Oh and then there's my first love: Han Solo.
Exotic locations, fast cars, beautiful women, and crazy gadgets are the excitements in today's cinematic thrillers -- whether they be spy-oriented, crime adventure, or a suspense mystery.
Herge's Tintin comics have been huge in France since they were first published in 1929, but have never quite translated to American popularity. In the...
Is Fincher's film better than Oplev's? Not really. It's different; it's probably as good as the Swedish version. But better? Nope, sorry.
Conan The Barbarian will be among the many personalities attending this weekend's New York Comic Con at the Javits Center. Well, not exactly.
Winner of this year's Ironic Film Title ribbon, Dream House marks director Jim Sheridan's attempt to explore the world of the psychological thriller, with a few surprising twists thrown in along the way.
Four new releases fought for a piece of the box office pie and, with the exception of a lower-profile Christian drama playing in 1,100 screens, none of them had much bite.
Chris Cornell has a new single, "The Kepper", from the Machine Gun Preacher film and soundtrack. Here he discusses how it came together.
Not since Gene Autry faced down an advanced, subterranean civilization in Phantom Empire has the American west faced such daunting enemies as are encountered in Cowboys and Aliens.
Cowboys and Aliens is a mess on so many levels: improbable casting, ridiculous wardrobe choices, plot (see below), rampant kumbaya-ism, lame homages, and a screenplay only a screenwriter's mother could like.
This weekend is an excellent example of why it's the numbers, not the rankings that matter when discussing box office. And, more importantly, the context of the numbers must be taken into account as well as the hard figures.
Today is the 100th anniversary of International Women's Day (IWD) with events taking place all over the world. This global celebration honors women...
Look, I know the cost of a Super Bowl ad is ridiculous, and promotional budgets for books aren't exactly what you'd call big. But at some point, don't you have to take a risk?