Laura Coates jokingly introduced several famous Erics the former president might have been supporting with his vague endorsement a day earlier.
Role Recall: Edward Norton on landing 'Primal Fear' after Leo passed, making 'Fight Club' funny and who's his favorite Bruce Banner
Edward Norton looks back at many of his most iconic roles, including "Primal Fear," "American History X," "Fight Club," "25th Hour," "The Incredible Hulk," and "Birdman."
There’s flirting with danger, and then there’s inviting danger to move in with you and potentially ruin — and maybe end? — your life. Connie Britton’s Debra Newell chooses Option No. 2 in the new trailer for Bravo’s Dirty John, an upcoming dramatic series based on the popular Los Angeles Times podcast of the same name. The show […]
'Hulk' at 15: How Ang Lee's distinctive blockbuster paved the way for the modern Marvel Cinematic Universe
Although neither a critical nor commercial success, the Eric Bana-powered flick provided key lessons for Marvel's approach to building a cohesive world beginning with 2008's “Iron Man.”
Eric Bana has been cast in a lead role opposite Connie Britton in the upcoming Bravo anthology series “Dirty John.” Bravo gave “Dirty John” a two-season order in January. The scripted anthology series is based on the series of articles published by the Los Angeles Times’ last fall. Bana, in his U.S. television debut, will star as John […]
Director Guy Ritchie's 'King Arthur' starring Charlie Hunnam is loud, bombastic, and thuddingly obvious — a vulgar movie for vulgar times, says THR review
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Special Correspondents, a Netflix Original production that starts streaming on Friday, stars Ricky Gervais and Eric Bana as New York City news-radio employees assigned to cover a revolution in Ecuador, which strains credulity right from the start. Gervais, who wrote and directed, plays radio engineer Ian Finch, whom we’re supposed to think is—well, I’ll quote the description of him provided by Bana’s character—“an ugly runt mongrel dog that no one wants.” Certainly Ian’s wife, played by Bates Motel’s Vera Farmiga, who’s portrayed as a cold meanie, doesn’t want Ian. Bana’s Frank Bonneville, on the other hand, is a handsome fellow who gets by on faking his dashing bravado.