Who says that the movie-making business has to be all work and no play? Vin Diesel, Paul Walker and Justin Lin seem to have missed the memo, because they look to be having a great time in the newest set photo for "Fast Six."
The image was tweeted by the "Fast and Furious 6" official Twitter account, teasing that "production has begun!" That's great news for fans of the franchise as the series returned to its roots in 2009's "Fast & Furious" by bringing back Diesel and Walker and has stuck to them ever since. Of course, the action films have also brought newcomers into the fold like Dwayne Johnson and badass leading lady Gina Carano.
It looks like things are going to get worse before they get better for the characters in "Mad Max: Fury Road."
A batch of set photos have hit the web courtesy of CineCommunity (via Collider) and they tease a very extreme-looking post-apocalyptic world. The images mostly show the vehicles that will be driven during the movie as well as some of the props and costumes, but together they give us an idea of the world that Mad Max will be inhabiting. And it's not very pretty.
Dwayne Johnson just might be the person who is most excited about the release of "Fast Six."
His inclusion in last year's "Fast Five" helped revitalize the franchise, and he's been gushing about his excitement for the sequel seemingly since it was announced. Now filming has begun on the movie, and he's been tweeting up a storm to tease fans about the sixth installment of the "Fast and the Furious" franchise.
"'Beast & the Beauty'.. Me & my FAST 6 partner in ass kickins (and fun) @ginacarano #BadAssChick," Johnson tweeted along with the above picture.
At least for the next few years, Chris Hemsworth will be able to keep the longer locks that have come with his newfound status as an A-lister. Next year, the "Avengers" member takes a trip back to the 1970s for director Ron Howard and the Formula 1 racing drama, "Rush."
The first official images and a plot synopsis for the film, which also stars Olivia Wilde, have come online on the movie's official site.
Check out the photos and learn more about the movie after the jump!
During the "Expendables 2" panel at Comic-Con, Sylvester Stallone defended the value of 80s style action movies, like the ones that made him famous. He believes that there still is a place at the theater for thrills like that, but it takes a little more muscle to get people in the seats. In other words, you need more stars.
Stallone has really taken that to heart, especially with his new film "The Tomb," in which he stars opposite his former rival, Arnold Schwarzenegger.
The Wall Street Journal (via HeyUGuys.co.uk) debuted the first official image from "The Tomb," which finds the action legends locked up in the same prison.
Click after the jump to see the first full image from "The Tomb."
Darren Aronofsky's epic retelling of Noah and his ark may not be the version you're used to, but the first official still from "Noah" features a bearded Russell Crowe, looking about as biblical as we expected him to look.
USA Today has the official first look at Crowe as the legendary ship builder, who must collect two of every animal in order to save all life on Earth from the devastation of an oncoming flood.
Check out the full image after the jump!
Remind us never to go with Robert Pattinson to get a hair cut.
That's what his character Eric Packer heads off to do in David Cronenberg's latest, "Cosmopolis." But between his failing marriage and the plummeting stock market, Packer ends up having a no good very bad day. So bad, in fact, that one new still from the film shows him wandering around the alleys of New York City toting a gun.
The Playlist posted the new image as well as another that shows Pattinson hanging out with Kevin Durand's character in front of his heavily graffitied limo. And is that shaving cream smeared all over his face, or something worse? We aren't quite sure.
Please try to take a break from watching the new trailers for "Skyfall" to check out these images from the latest Entertainment Weekly. The magazine has dedicated a large chunk of its new issue to James Bond, including a feature story on his 23rd adventure.
The images come from a few of the scenes featured in the preview. The opening spread of the feature puts Bond on top of a motocross bike, the same one that allows him to board the train from the trailer.
See the the images (via The Playlist) after the jump!
It turns out that we won't have to wait until October to see the many different characters in "Cloud Atlas."
Warner Bros has launched an official website for the upcoming Wachowskis and Tom Tykwer movie, and it features the various faces that stars Halle Berry, Tom Hanks, Jim Broadbent, Jim Sturgess and Hugo Weaving wear in the film. We only saw them teased in the extended trailer that was released in July, and now we get to see them in their full glory.
By Ashleigh Schmitz
Leaving his governorship behind him, Arnold Schwarzenegger's next role as leading man is in "The Last Stand." Schwarzenegger stars in Jee-Woon Kim's English-language directorial debut alongside Genesis Rodriguez, Johnny Knoxville and Forrest Whitaker.
The 65 year-old former "Terminator" is Sheriff Ray Owens, a former Los Angeles cop who moves to a sleepy border-town when, according to USA Today, "his law-enforcing slow lane is invaded by a notorious drug kingpin who escapes custody and speeds his way to the U.S.-Mexican border with his lethal gang— straight through Owens' Summerton Junction."
Learn more and see the first photos from "The Last Stand" after the jump!