Going all the way back to the '90s, Will Smith has been an action movie stalwart for nearly two decades—and throughout that time, he's dropped his fair share of quips. But, watching them all crammed into an approximately 2 minute clip? Now that's cine-magic.
Where does MIB get all those wonderful glossy gadgets and toys? Will Smith rips it up on his futuristic space cycle in this latest promo poster. But the catch phrase used has us reeling with a certain '80s DeLorean deja vu.
There's that moment, in every movie you love, right before the big honking action scene, when the hero puts his team together. And, if he's a lone wolf—as so many heroes are—that team is made up of a ludicrous amount of guns. This stellar supercut is all about the build up and all about the weapons and all about the awesome.
The '60s is a wild and dangerous place in the new trailer for Men in Black 3. The teaser shows off some new bits from 1969 and Agent J's (Will Smith) trip to the past to save Agent K (Tommy Lee Jones/Josh Brolin)—and the universe.
Ordinary people use makeup to look more beautiful during those important times ... such as driving through rush-hour traffic. However, as tonight's Syfy episode of Face Off will prove (at 10/9C), the art of movie makeup instead often involves making someone look hideously alien.
With another successful American International Toy Fair over, we didn't want to leave out a lot of interesting finds that didn't fit our traditional superhero or Star Wars lists.
The Men in Black are back! Sony has released two new posters for its upcoming sequel, Men in Black III. But unfortunately, they're not that easy on the eyes.
New York City is the hub of the pop culture universe. It's where the Fantastic Four, the Men in Black, the Avengers and Massive Dynamic call home. It's where Snake Plissken escaped from and were the Warriors were running to. And if you ever wanted to know where in NYC those things took place, this map is for you.
This week we got the news that Roland Emmerich's Universal Soldier—crappy sequels aside—is being adapted for television. It's not a bad idea at all. In fact, it prompted thoughts of other classic (and not so classic) '90s movies that should make the leap to the small screen.
With The Lion King taking first place at the box office last weekend, it got us thinking: What other old-school favorites could storm theaters and—unlike The Lion King—without the benefit of 3D?