This weekend, it will be a battle between 3-D barbarians and vampires for the top spot at the box office.
Opening Friday is the 3-D adventure ‘Conan in the Barbarian,’ starring Jason Momoa as the titular character, a man who is thrust into a dangerous and unknown world after his father is murdered and his village is destroyed.
Indeed, the normally reserved 21-year-old actress is in full-on glam mode on the retro ’60s cover, complete with smoky eyes, big hair and seductive pink lips. It’s arguably the best she’s looked in … well, maybe ever.
In what has ironically turned out to be the franchise that just won’t die, ‘Final Destination 5′ opens in theaters Friday, promising more gore, more violence and, yes, more death.
If you’re sick of the franchise, or if you just prefer something lighter, there are two comedies brand-new to choose from this weekend. One is the R-Rated ’30 Minutes or Less,’ which re-teams Oscar-nominated actor Jesse Eisenberg (‘The Social Network’) with his ‘Zombieland’ director, Ruben Fleischer, in this flick about a bank robbery gone horribly wrong.
Or, if you’re feeling a bit more musically inclined, there’s always ‘Glee Live! 3-D!’, the latest incarnation from Fox’s uber-successful TV series.
Any lingering doubts comic book fans might have had about the decision to cast Henry Cavill as Superman should be erased today once they feast their eyes on the first official photo from ‘Man of Steel,’ which shows the hunky Cavill donning the iconic leotard and cape.
Talk about the fashion police: ‘America’s Next Top Model’ winner Adrianne Curry was reportedly kicked out of Comic-Con 2011 last week for wearing what she later referred to on Twitter as an “illegal costume.”
This weekend, two new movie releases will try to dethrone ‘Harry Potter’ as king of the box office – one about a patriotic super-hero, the other about two friends who think they can actually make casual sex work.
The first is ‘Captain America: The First Avenger.’ In the film, Chris Evans plays Steve Rogers, a scrawny guy who volunteers for a top-secret scientific experiment that transforms his body and enables him to join the US Army in its crusade against the Nazis.
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