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Peter Dinklage With a Mullet and Bazooka: Life Complete (PHOTOS)

Posted By Chris Jancelewicz on Aug 5th 2014 10:58AM
We've gotten so used to Peter Dinklage as Tyrion Lannister on "Game of Thrones," that to see him as any other character seems jarring. Get ready to be ROCKED, in more ways than one. Yes, Peter Dinklage has a mullet, while brandishing a bazooka, on the Toronto movie set of "Pixels." In case you need a pic of Peter Dinklage with a mullet and a giant bazooka in your life.... read more

Watch Ethan Hawke Age 30 Years on the Big Screen (PHOTOS)

Posted By Sharon Knolle on July 07, 2014
Sure, we see a boy grow up on screen in Richard Linklater's new film, "Boyhood," but that can also be said of the actor who plays his father. Ethan Hawke, who turns 44 this fall, has been acting since 1985's "Explorers." We've watched him mature from shy, uncertain school boy in "Dead Poets Society" to a scruffy '90s lothario in "Reality Bites" and checked in with him at pivotal 10-year intervals...

'Life After Beth' Posters: Zombie Aubrey Plaza and the Man Who Loves Her (EXCLUSIVE)

Posted By Chris Jancelewicz on July 07, 2014
So, just how hard would it be to date a girl who's slowly turning into a zombie? According to upcoming dramedy "Life After Beth," pretty darn hard. Of course, there's levity throughout, which makes it a little easier to ... erm .. swallow. "Life After Beth" seems to be the simple story of young couple Zach (Dane DeHaan) and Beth (Aubrey Plaza), until Beth abruptly dies. When she rises from...

'Boyhood' Movie: Watch Boy Grow Into a Man Before Your Eyes (EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS)

Posted By Chris Jancelewicz on July 07, 2014
Director Richard Linklater ("Dazed and Confused," "Waking Life") has created something magical with his latest feature film, "Boyhood." Set for release on July 18, "Boyhood" was filmed over 12 years, and each of the child actors (Ellar Coltrane and Linklater's own daughter, Lorelei) grows up in front of our eyes, maturing from eight- and ten-year-olds into college-aged young adults. It's a...

Villains! Mashing Up Disney and 'Star Wars' Bad Guys (PHOTOS)

Posted By Eric Larnick on May 05, 2014
Moviefone | Dennis Culver We all have a soft spot for villains; they're charismatic, they look badass, and more often than not, they steal the show. Disney -- those guardians of "family friendly" entertainment -- have always done a suspiciously entertaining job at bringing larger-than-life bad guys to the big screen. And now that they guide the future of the "Star Wars" universe, and its Sith...

This 'Haunted House 2' Poster Has Plenty to Say About 'Insidious Chapter 2' (EXCLUSIVE)

Posted By Tim Hayne on March 03, 2014
Hey, you got your "A Haunted House 2" in my "Insidious Chapter 2"! No, you got your "Insidious Chapter 2" in my "A Haunted House 2"! Oh, we'll never figure this out. The clever marketing minds behind horror parody sequel "A Haunted House 2" decided to take a jab at last year's hit "Insidious Chapter 2," modeling this exclusive poster after the latter's more chilling version. Although, we have...

20 Photos That Make Waiting for 'Guardians of the Galaxy' Unbearable

Posted By Tim Hayne on April 04, 2014
Marvel Because we know you need more material to stoke your "Guardians of the Galaxy" anticipation -- a teaser, trailer, and poster just aren't enough -- here are 20 photos from the movies, enough to put you into a five-month hype-induced coma. Why five months? So that you can wake up with enough time to find four friends willing to head to the midnight show dressed as Star-Lord, Gamora, Rocket,...

The Best LEGO Fan Art: 44 Movie Inspired Creations (PHOTOS)

Posted By Eric Larnick on April 04, 2014
Alex Eylar, Flickr With "The LEGO Movie" arriving in theaters this weekend, audiences will finally be able to see if the big screen can match their imagination, when it comes to creative scenarios featuring the inch-high block people. For years, LEGO has immortalized blockbuster franchises like "Star Wars," Batman, Indiana Jones, and the world of Pixar with massive toy sets that give fans the...

'Dumb and Dumber To': See the First Official Photo

Posted By Katie Roberts on January 01, 2014
Production has officially wrapped on "Dumb and Dumber To," the decades-in-the-making follow-up to 1994 comedy "Dumb and Dumber." Now comes the first official photo from the film, featuring stars Jeff Daniels and Jim Carrey as the movie's dynamic dimwitted duo, Harry and Lloyd. Lloyd and Harry are back for an all new ride! #DumbTo is out in theaters November 14th! -...

'Guardians of the Galaxy' First Look Photo: This Is One Ragtag Lineup of Heroes

Posted By Katie Roberts on January 01, 2014
Marvel Marvel has unveiled the first image depicting the full line-up of "The Guardians of the Galaxy," and this ragtag crew certainly seems like an unlikely choice to save the day. Zoe Saldana and Chris Pratt look more or less like themselves as Gamora and Peter Quill (aka Star-Lord), followed by Rocket Raccoon (a CGI character voiced by Bradley Cooper), Drax the Destroyer (wrestler Dave...

Benedict Cumberbatch as Alan Turing: First Look at 'The Imitation Game' (PHOTO)

Posted By Kelly Woo on December 12, 2013
Black Bear Pictures Following Queen Elizabeth II's pardon of World War II codebreaker Alan Turing this week, the first photo of Benedict Cumberbatch as the mathematician in "The Imitation Game" has been released. The movie's official Twitter account posted the photo of Cumberbatch, looking frazzled and sweaty in suspenders, in front of what appears to be the computer that broke the famous...

Fantasy Movie Mistakes: 31 Fantastical Film Flubs (PHOTOS)

Posted By Jonny Black on December 12, 2013
Getty From walking skeletons to swashbuckling pirates, fantasy movies tackle just about everything the mind can imagine. It's easy to lose ourselves as we willingly dive headfirst into surreal journeys from great storytellers, like Tim Burton and J.K. Rowling. but despite their enticing stories and mythical characters, fantasy films are not immune to human error. Continuity errors, wardrobe...

Hunger Games Halloween: Katniss, Peeta, and More Become Scary Movie Monsters (ART)

Posted By Eric Larnick on October 10, 2013
Moviefone | Dennis Culver Audiences are eagerly awaiting the premiere of "Catching Fire" (opening in a month's time!) but before the highly anticipated release hits theaters, there's another way for fans to celebrate "The Hunger Games": Halloween! And while there will be plenty of Katniss Everdeen and Effie Trinket costumes this October, we like to imagine how District 12 celebrates the...

Disney Halloween: The Scariest Place on Earth (PHOTOS)

Posted By Eric Larnick on October 10, 2013
AP Even the "happiest place on earth" can get into the witching season. Fans usually think of summertime fun when visiting Disney World and Disneyland, but the Magic Kingdom celebrates Halloween in a big way. Classic attractions like the Haunted Mansion and Tower of Terror become centerpiece events, amidst trick-or-treat parades, firework spectaculars, and movie villains roaming the park....

New 'Ender's Game' Photos Show Asa Butterfield in Action

Posted By Erin Whitney on October 10, 2013
A slew of new "Ender's Game" photos and a new IMAX poster have been released, giving us a closer look at the futuristic film. The post-apocalyptic tale stars Asa Butterfield ("Hugo") as Ender Wiggins, a talented boy sent to an advanced youth military school to help save the human race from ongoing alien war. Ender undergoes training first with Colonel Graff (Harrison Ford) and once promoted...

First Look! Meryl Streep Casts a Spell in 'Into the Woods' (PHOTO)

Posted By Jenni Miller on September 09, 2013
Disney It's not even October, but this first look at "Into the Woods" is making us dream of Halloween. Meryl Streep appears as The Witch in this adaptation of the popular Broadway musical, which features music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. This creepy crone appears throughout the story to impart lessons to famous characters from fairy tales like Cinderella, Rapunzel, Jack (of Jack and the...

'Cinderella' First Look: Disney Releases New Photo, Official Synopsis

Posted By Katie Roberts on September 09, 2013
Disney Production has officially begun on Disney's new live-action adaptation of "Cinderella," and along with the umpteenth retelling of the classic fairytale comes a new synopsis -- and a first-look photo (above). The story begins much the same way as other adaptations, following a young girl named Ella (played by "Downton Abbey"'s Lily James) whose mother dies and father remarries, only to...

'Sweetwater' Poster Debut: January Jones Is Packing Heat (EXCLUSIVE)

Posted By Erin Whitney on October 10, 2013
ARC Entertainment We all knew Betty Draper had a mean streak, but now she gets bloody and vengeful. In the 1800s-set Western "Sweetwater," January Jones ("Mad Men") plays Sarah, a former prostitute who embarks on a quest of violent revenge when a fanatical religious leader (Jason Isaacs, "The Patriot") kills her husband. Donning a signature purple dress, Sarah goes from town to town hunting...

How to Escape From Prison... According to 'Escape Plan' (INFOGRAPHIC)

Posted By Katie Roberts on September 09, 2013
Curious about how to break out of a high-security prison? "Escape Plan" has got you covered. This infographic below, premiering exclusively on Moviefone, details the careful plotting of "Escape Plan" protagonist Ray Breslin (Sylvester Stallone), a famed escape artist wrongfully imprisoned in The Tomb, an impenetrable facility housing some pretty imposing characters -- and Arnold...

10 Unconventional Sports Movies

Posted By Christopher Campbell on September 09, 2013
Everett With "Battle of the Year," director Benson Lee adapts his own 2007 documentary "Planet B-Boy" as a narrative feature. In doing so, he's taken the earlier film's dance competition centerpiece and applied it to the basic structure of an underdog sports movie. Technically, breaking may not be a "sport" in the conventional sense, but the b-boys participating in the contest certainly show...

'Homefront' Poster Debut: Evil James Franco Eyes a Star-Spangled Jason Statham

Posted By Tim Hayne on September 09, 2013
Open Road If looks could kill, then James Franco (on the poster for the upcoming action-thriller "Homefront") wants you dead. The poster, debuting exclusively on, features Franco, as meth druglord "Gator," delivering a stare so menacing it gives an entirely new meaning to the term "smoldering," complete with red-hued smoke and burning embers. The target of his hate-filled gaze...

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