Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie is the live-action, feature film adaptation of the cult comic book and the popular animated television show. After prolonged exposure to radiation, four teenage turtles--Michelangelo, Raphael, Leonardo, and Donatello--have mutated into ninjas and have begun living in the sewers of a large city. Under the guidance of a ninja master Splinter the Rat and television reporter April, the Turtles embark on a mission to run crime out of the city and battle the warlord Shredder.
While Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark has monopolized much theater news as of late, the irreverant creators of South Park are putting their satirically uninhibited touch on a Broadway production that can promise a lot of curse words and maybe a little bit of blasphemy.
Take a peak at the first photo from director Joe Carnahan's (The A-Team, Smokin Aces) thriller The Grey; a film about a group of oil rig workers fighting for survival in Alaska against bloodthirsty wolves.
Starring Robert Downey Jr. and Zach Galifianakis as two polar opposites stuck on a cross-continental road trip, Due Date is another winning comedy from The Hangover director Todd Phillips -- who cameos in his films about as frequently as Stan Lee in Marvel movies. Like many comedies, there are forced dramatic scenes and lulls that leave you wanting a bit less introspection and more laughs; but the special features on the Due Date home release deliver those laughs in spades.
It has recently been revealed that producer Sean Daniel and Union Entertainment had acquired the film rights to the graphic game back in 2009; the game's first trailer was released earlier this year and has since garnered top viral status.
The veteran actor/director explains the humor behind Thor's presence on Earth, fills us in on some of the more dangerous characters in the film, and explains why love just isn't enough for Natalie Portman.