Philippe Petit (born August 13, 1949) is a French high wire artist who gained fame for his illegal walk between the Twin Towers in New York City on August 7, 1974.
Mike Renzulli got to view "Wanted" before it leaves theaters Friday and ended up seeing one helluva great action flick with subliminal libertarian themes. Run, don't walk, to see it!
Three filmmakers have set out to tell story of the Ron Paul R3volution. More specifically, they want to tell the story about the people behind the R3volution. Throughout the nation, Ron Paul outsiders have seen the R3volution signs and have wondere
[movie trailer] I'm really glad that a documentary movie is finally being released on the U.S. economy and not some fabricated action movie. Coming way too late to a theater near you.
Watchmen is set in an alternate 1985 America in which costumed superheroes are part of the fabric of everyday society, and the “Doomsday Clock” - which charts the USA’s tension with the Soviet Union - is permanently set at five minutes to midnight.
HBO got the most Emmy recognition of any U.S. network on Thursday as "John Adams" and "Recount" helped the cable channel grab 85 award nominations and burnish its reputation for quality programs.
'Dark Knight' Speeding Towards Friday: Selling, Selling, Selling ...90% Sold Out; Batman Will Play In Record 4,366 Venues
While the Bushes in this scene from 1990 were talking about the Texas Rangers (of whom George W. once owned a share) and Saddam Hus- sein (against whom George H. W. was about to go to war in Kuwait), there was much more at stake...
The Angelina Jolie action thriller Wanted scored the best opening ever for an R-rated film released in June and the 6th best opening of all time for any R-rated pic, according to Variety.
Direct access to Video Feeds from around the world,... all sorts of video feeds (you know the government is going to be breathing down their necks :)
Sonny Landham carved out a tough-guy reputation in a series of big-screen roles. He pulls no punches in his newest role: Libertarian challenger to a man known for political toughness, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.
[Death of TV part 2] To have one trade union paralyse Hollywood was strange; two doing it in quick succession feels like carelessness. A threatened walkout by actors, which could begin as early as next week, is throwing major film and television stud
At last, a movie for the whole family–a family of crash test dummies. We got an email from the producer of “Hell Drivers: America’s Original Crash Test Dummies”. It opens next week–though likely not in a theater near you.
Steven Spielberg aims to raise more than $1 billion in third-party financing to reinvent DreamWorks as a separate company that once again owns the movies it makes.
It was where Robert Zemeckis shot the electrifying clock-tower climax with Michael J. Fox in "Back to the Future." It was also the courthouse backdrop for Gregory Peck's Oscar-winning performance in "To Kill a Mockingbird."
John Cusack began working on his new film War,Inc., which premieres in LA and New York May 23, about a year into the US occupation of Iraq. From the moment US tanks rolled Baghdad, Cusack was a voracious consumer of news about the war.
Directed by Steven Spielberg and produced by George Lucas , the film returns to 1957 – the height of the cold war – for another round of heart-pounding chases through tunnels and across clifftops as a motley gang of intrepid treasure hunters span the
The former 'Law and Order' actor, who tried to board a flight at LAX with a handgun, tells police he forgot it was in his briefcase.
“WASHINGTON, YOU’RE FIRED!” was born out of sheer frustration with abuses in our current political system and it gives a voice to Americans across the country.
The phrase Merchants of Death takes center stage in the movie Iron Man, which is a spectacular expose of a subject that dominates the American economic landscape but about which Americans have very little knowledge. The odd juxtaposition of capitalis
The news media have approached us for comment on whether the film portrays the issues accurately, whether it will advance public debate and so forth. That is quite a lot to expect from a film series that is essentially a Cheech and Chong franchise st
SATURDAY PM: An insider just told me that Marvel's Iron Man has made at least $100 million for the 3 1/2 days of its opening release in North America.
Nancy Reagan was heartbroken over Charlton Heston's death. President Bush hailed him as a "strong advocate for liberty," while John McCain called Heston a devotee for civil and constitutional rights.
"Didn't Mr. Pellicano say, "If you feel so badly about it, why don't you just have him [Aaron Russo] killed?' "
"He might've phrased it that way," Mr. Sender said.
You think you're having a bad day? Two minutes and 48 second video of possibly the worst accident in cinematic history. [WARNING: Very violent graphic in nature.]
Torture is never justified...& libertarianism and individualism at its heart in Ayn Rand's work
Josh Brolin, shooting onto the A-list after his performance in No Country For Old Men, will portray the controversial 43rd U.S. president. The script, by Stanley Weiser (Wall Street, Project X) is already completed (Story Update
They ground up Steve Buscemi in a wood-chipper. They made baby-snatchers out of Nicolas Cage and Holly Hunter. They turned mythic Greek wanderer Odysseus into a Depression-era roots-music minstrel with George Clooney's face. Two of the most imagi
A tribute to Roy Schneider, who passed away, using movie trailers from his best-known role, Jaws.