One is never enough, so we’ve got a second helping of Tron hottie Olivia Wilde.
That hot chick flirting with you on FB could be a terrorist?! Say it ain’t so!
Eric Bana and Olivia Wilde are on the lam with yet another crime thriller, a who done it kind of movie with never ending plots and turns.
British GQ lined up some of the most famous comedians and comic actors on the planet for a little bit of beatboxing to promote their April comedy issue. The real star of this video though, Olivia Wilde and her two “talents”.
October comes to a close with The Rum Diary, In Time, Like Crazy and Anonymous.
A breathtaking special effects extravaganza whose big ol’ Disney heart transcends its often jarring script problems and the rather disturbing sight of Jeff Bridges made younger via CG assist.
Simians, Switches and Shadowy Secrets: The final month of summer begins with Rise of the Planet of the Apes, The Change-Up and The Whistleblower.
Director Jon Favreau’s genre mashup makes for both a dull Western and a mediocre piece of science fiction, but Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford manage to ride into town and save at least part of the day.
The penultimate month of summer comes to a close with Cowboys & Aliens, Attack the Block, Crazy, Stupid, Love, The Devil’s Double and Good Neighbors.
Combine a Western and a Sci-fi and you get: Cowboys & Aliens. A spaceship arrives in Arizona in 1873 to take over the Earth, starting with the Wild West region.
Dave and Mitch are best friends with very different lives. Dave (Jason Bateman) is married with three kids, Mitch (Ryan Reynolds) is a still-single man-child. One drunken night they somehow switch bodies and have to live each other’s lives while they try to figure out how to switch back.