In the last 16-plus years, there have been any number of movies tackling the American military response to 9/11. And they seem to fall into either one of two categories: shameless shoot-em-up videogames draped in patriotic bunting (American Sniper, Act of Valor) or more sober and nuanced
Let’s get one thing straight: Michael Shannon is a national treasure.
Whether or not you recognize the Oscar-worthy actor’s name, you’ll certainly know his face, whose intense and arresting demeanor reflects that of a coal-country native (Shannon was born in Lexington, Ky.). Best known for his roles in “Take Shelter,” and,
Guillermo del Toro's newest movie The Shape of Water is already making waves, and now Digital Spy has an exclusive look at the new International trailer for the very atypical love story.
Set to the 1940s refrain of the Glenn Miller classic 'I Know Why (And So Do You)',
Bob Dylan fans got quite the early Rosh Hashanah gift Wednesday, as Sony announced the November release of a boxed set devoted to archival material from “the gospel years.” The nine-disc set, titled “Trouble No More – The Bootleg Series Vol. 13 / 1979-1981,” features more than 100
Benedict Cumberbatch is ready to spark a war to light up the world in the first trailer for upcoming drama The Current War.
The film is based on the epic story of the cutthroat competition between Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse to become the greatest inventor of the industrial
Netflix is close to signing a deal for the global-streaming rights of a film starring Michael Shannon as Bigfoot.
Well, kind of.
The actor stars in Pottersville, an indie dramedy co-starring Christina Hendricks which follows a local businessman (Shannon) mistaken for Bigfoot after he dons a gorilla costume during a
Michael Shannon has given his hilariously brutal take on working as an actor, and it's totally refreshing – if not a little depressing at the same time.
The Man of Steel actor admitted that he gets through shooting by channelling his inner vampire, and to be honest, it sounds