The actors and director were as tight lipped as ever while on the red carpet at the 83rd Annual Academy Awards, yet a slight bit of information was shared for fans salivating for morsels of news of 2012's most sought after films.
The red carpet for the Oscars was awash with stars, several which will feature in some of the most anticipated upcoming comic book inspired films. Each performer offered brief statements about their respective films
In a recent interview, the Kick-Ass actor cites Mark Neveldine's intense directing style, the increase of adrenaline and his portrayal of both Johnny Blaze and the Ghost Rider as examples of the film's drastically different angle.
Warning: Major Spoilers Ahead: Here are all the details about the 3D fantasy tale starring Jeremy Renner, Gemma Arterton, Famke Jensen and recently added Peter Stormare, scheduled to hit theaters March 2nd, 2012.
Some movies can pull over the top and let you “check your brain at the door” without blinking an eye and you walk away with a full stomach from cinematic junk food. Others make you wince, force you to check your watch and make you leave the theater feeling empty. Drive Angry 3D falls in the former category here rather easily. It certainly doesn’t pretend to be anything its not supposed to be and takes us on a huge rush of a ride filled with fast cars, guns and plenty of explosions.
Carpio, who is currently starring as the villain "Arachne" in the Broadway production Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark, returns to feature films in the upcoming action-thriller with Cooper and Robert De Niro.
Like the helmet debacle following the first Thor footage, fans were a little dismayed at the lack of bona fide Third Reich soldiers in the Captain America Super Bowl spot. The writer of the film's tie-in comic recently spoke up to assuage doubts by asserting that history's most infamous villains will play a role in the big screen origin of Marvel's super soldier.