Posts tagged "Jai Courtney"

Summer Movies 2015: 20 Movies to See This July

Summer 2015 is shaping up to be the biggest and best time for the box office, and several of these hot 20 movies released in July are sure to be no exception.

Kaitlyn Laurie / July 1, 2015

First Cast Photo for ‘Suicide Squad’ is Out

Suicide Squad has officially begun filming and there’s a photo to prove it. …

Natasha Reda / April 9, 2015

‘Suicide Squad’ Cast Announced: Jared Leto to Play The Joker, Margot Robbie Is Harley Quinn

Villains assemble!

The primary cast in Warner Bros.’ forthcoming flick, Suicide Squad has been chosen. According to the announcement made on Tuesday, Jared LetoWill SmithTom Hardy, Margot Robbie, Jai Courtney, and Cara Delevingne will take on roles as DC Comics’ most famous bad guys (and girls) in the high-profile flick…

Gabrielle Chung / December 2, 2014

A Good Weekend To ‘Die Hard’

Yippie-ki-yay — Die Hard has done it again.

A Good Day to Die Hard, the fifth in the film franchise starring Bruce Willis as John McClane, grossed an estimated $25 million over the weekend, bringing its total to more than $33 million, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The film beat out Melissa McCarthy and Jason

Peggy Truong / February 17, 2013

John Moore: ‘A Good Day To Die Hard’ Is A Cure To A ‘Failure Of Manliness In America’ (Q&A)

After four installments, it seems like a new Die Hard could very easily direct itself – at least, if unlike filmmaker John Moore, you think that the films are an assembly line of references from the previous ones, stitched together with a narrative that became boilerplate with the release of the 1988 original.

Todd Gilchrist / February 16, 2013

Jai Courtney, ‘A Good Day To Die Hard’ Star, Makes Candid Admission

A Good Day To Die Hard is the fifth movie in the Die Hard franchise — the only one to survive the 1980s and continue through the next three decades.

Originally predicated on the appeal of an everyman hero fighting against seemingly insurmountable odds, it has since evolved into a sort of celebratio…

Todd Gilchrist / February 14, 2013