When Jon Favreau kicked off Marvel's amazing string of interconnected superhero films with the first Iron Man back in 2008, I doubt if he knew exactly what he was getting himself into. The second
Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci are some of the most influential people in Hollywood, having made names for themselves writing shows like "Alias" and "Fringe" and writing and producing big-budget
Mickey Rourke isn't known for keeping his opinions and criticisms to himself, and while promoting Immortals the actor spoke about his disappointment of Whiplash becoming "a one-dimensional bad guy" in
Jon Favreau continues to prove himself as an excellent director with Cowboys & Aliens, a movie that is a good summer flick that ends up being not quite as good as the sum of its parts. It's got a
It's common for actors to speak highly of their upcoming films, but when it's a Bond film directed by Sam Mendes (Road to Perdition, Jarhead) you can generally believe the hype.
We've had a number of trailers and TV spots for Jon Favreau's Cowboys & Aliens over the past few months, and Universal will no doubt be releasing a few more as we enter July.
Today sees the
Jon Favreau may have decided against sitting in the Iron Man 3 directors chair to work on a Magic Kingdom movie for Disney, but that doesn't mean he's left the franchise behind entirely.
At the Spike Guys Choice Awards on Friday Universal Pictures released a new extended sneak peek from director Jon Favreau's Cowboys & Aliens. The trailer contains some new footage, including more from
Universal have released the second full trailer for Jon Favreau's Cowboys & Aliens. It's a lot like the previous trailer, just with more plot details, more of Olivia Wilde, and more footage of the
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