Monday, October 19, 2015

The Good Dinosaur TV Promo - 20 Years of Friendship

Source: Firstshowing

People may come and go, but friends that matter most form lasting friendships and the "bestest" of friends.  Check out the latest and most sentimental TV spot promo for Pixar's The Good Dinosaur.  This is extremely charming and touching.  A sweet reminder of how important friendship truly is. The clip takes us back in time through "20 years of friendship," then it ties it back to the main story at hand.  "A single friendship can change everything. From Toy Story to The Good Dinosaur, join us in celebrating 20 years of friendship from Pixar Animation Studios." The Good Dinosaur is also about friendship - Arlo, the apatosaurus, and his human pet that he names Spot. I am really looking forward to this movie. I think it will rival with Inside Out as well. Take a look and enjoy
The Good Dinosaur is directed by who also directed Partly Cloudy, animator on The Incredibles and WALL-E (which is my personal favorite). Dinosaurs are the dominant species on Earth (since the asteroid missed and they lived on for millions of years). One day one of the dinos, named Arlo (voiced by ) discovers a human toddler that isn't afraid of these creatures, and they adopt him as their pet. A.J. Buckley and Anna Paquin voice the T-Rex's Nash and Ramsey, while Jeffrey Wright and Frances McDormand voice Arlo's Poppa and Momma. Disney will release Pixar's This charming movie hits theaters everywhere on November 25th.

Are you excited for this movie? 

Friday, August 7, 2015

The Gift Review

This is a mature, multifaceted thriller that is more complex than the trailer suggests. The marketing department did a sorry job making the film look like a been-there-done-that, cheap, predictable thriller. But this sort of thriller is anything but, and it keeps on giving until the very last scene. The Gift is diffidently an intelligent, stirring surprise to say the least. It's no wonder Rotten Tomatoes gave it a whopping 93%, which is well deserving.

Simon () and Robyn () are a young married couple whose life is going just as planned until a chance encounter an acquaintance from Simon's high school sends their world into a disturbing downward spiral. Simon doesn't recognize Gordo () at first, but after a series of uninvited, not to mention really awkward encounters and mysterious gifts that prove troubling, a horrifying secret from the past is uncovered after more than 20 years ago. As Robyn learns the unsettling truth about what happened between Simon and Gordo, she starts to question: how well do we really know the people closest to us, and are past bygones ever really bygones? 

Edgerton does a fantastic job as the director and writer of the film. He eerily holds our attention, kind of like an old Hitchcock film would. The vibe of the entire film is creepy and unsettling. And the ending leaves you with delectable question, an uncertainty that will resonate long after the credits roll – no ribbon is tied this movie. The ambiguity is unnerving, no doubt, but that's the beauty of The Gift

Thursday, August 6, 2015

Color in Storytelling - A Video Essay

Source: YouTube

This is seriously one beautiful, visually stunning video essay. Lewis Bond edited this exceptional video essay titled Color in Storytelling. It dives deep into the various uses of color in cinema. It may run long for some people, but for all those film fanatics/movie buffs out there, this is right up your alley.  I really love how well-researched this intensive look at color in film is.  It examines its history and the first uses of color in cinema, spanning from the early 1900s to modern techniques with filmmakers like The Wachowski Brothers and Ang Lee and George Lucas. The amount of time this took is so involved and I love the explanation mixed in with the examples of real footage. Take a look and enjoy!
Thanks to FirstShowing for the nice tip on this.  Press CC on the video above to see a list of the movies shown. To find out more about Lewis Bond, check out his Twitter feed at @lewis_criswell on Twitter, or on his YouTube page. For another non-video examination on Color in Visual Storytelling check this out.

Pretty cool, huh.

Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation Review

Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation just so happens to be Tom's Cruisiest movie yet. It's exactly what a Summer Blockbuster should be - a high-octane, exhilarating rush at monster speed.  And this popcorn flick doesn't let up either.  Sure, there are a few "no-they-didn't" unrealistic moments (even by M.I. standards), but what a fun and crazy ride regardless. 

With the IMF disbanded, and Ethan () out in the cold, the team now faces off against a network of highly skilled special agents - the Syndicate. These highly trained operatives are hellbent on creating a new world order through an escalating series of terrorist attacks, headed by the despicable steel-fisted Solomon Lane (). Ethan gathers his team and joins forces with disavowed British agent Ilsa Faust (), who may or may not be a member of this rogue nation, as the group faces their most impossible mission yet (du-du-duuun). But c'mon, have any of Ethan's missions been impossible... 

Cruise and his motley crew of cohorts still have fantastic chemistry together. And although the movie is all about Ethan, I have to give mad props to Ferguson - a Swedish actress not well known in the US. She manages to steal much of the spotlight with her intriguing blend of ambiguity, vulnerability, confidence, danger, and unforced sexuality. She does some serious butt kicking the whole way through!

This movie does a beautiful job keeping you on the edge of your seat with bated breath, and it does a fantastic job keeping you guessing till the very end. It's one terrific thriller that holds some of the best action sequences around. It’s kind of like action poetry. These movies are right up there with Bond and Bourne. My only complaint is I felt it was a tad bit long and drawn out - not as clean and tight as Ghost Protocol or MI:3 - but still a strong and valiant effort. All in all, I thoroughly enjoyed my movie experience. 
Rating: B 

What did you love/hate about it? 

Monday, July 27, 2015

Southpaw Review

This is a pretty straightforward sports movie that doesn't necessarily bring anything new to the table, but what Southpaw lacks in originality, it makes up for in rhythm and fortitude. I wasn't expecting to fall in love with this movie, but that's exactly what happened here. It's a lot more raw and emotional than one would expect.  

Billy Hope () seemingly has it all with an impressive career, a beautiful and loving wife (), an adorable daughter ( - who is unbelievably magnificent in this film, btw) and a lavish lifestyle. When tragedy strikes and his lifelong manager and friend (Curtis "" Jackson) leaves him behind, Hope hits rock bottom and turns to an unlikely savior at a run-down local gym: Tick Willis (), a retired fighter and trainer to the city's toughest amateur boxers. With his future riding on Tick's guidance, Billy enters the hardest battle of his life as he struggles with redemption and to win back the trust of those he loves. 

I always liked Gyllehaal, but I was never a huge fan until this movie. He completely blew me away with his edgy, heart-wrenching performance. While watching the film I never really saw him, but rather his character - a true sign of a great method actor. Southpaw is basically a story of a modern day tragic hero who rises from the ashes and fights his way back to his daughter and proves he can be the man his late wife envisioned and hoped for. Now that's not to say the film is a bit predictable and features a slew of cliches, which can't be helped in this genre, unfortunately. However, director (Training Day) does a decent job making sure the film stays edgy enough to compensate. I will say though, I would have liked a little more character development between Billy Hope and Tick Willis, but that's minor.

All in all this Summer Blockbuster packs one satisfying, powerful punch both inside the ring and out, and will resonate even with non-boxing fans. It has stellar performances by  the entire A-list cast - that scene when Billy Hope is holding his wife Maureen in the hotel lobby is truly Oscar winning remarkable. Southpaw is simply a fun, entertaining and exhilarating summer ride.

What's your take? 

Thursday, July 23, 2015

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 Trailer

Source: Firstshowing

"Nothing good is safe while he's alive." 

Witness the epic conclusion to the Hunger Games. Lionsgate unveiled thier trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2. Mockingjay finally pits an angry Katniss against a very pissed-off President Snow,  in a showdown on his own turf no less. The trailer gives a glimpse of the entire Capitol turned into one bad-a booby-trapped crazy-maze filled with nasty turns left and right, including some very odd zombie-like creatures (what?), all in an overblown effort to get our heroes and destroy them before they take over once and for all. I'm loving the way this looks.  It's intense and dark backed by some stellar, sleek cinematography.  Join Katniss!
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 is once again directed by and written by & . With the nation of Panem in a full scale war, Katniss () confronts President Snow () in the final showdown. Teamed with Gale (), Finnick (), and Peeta () – Katniss goes off on a mission with the unit from District 13 as they risk their lives to stage an assassination attempt on President Snow who has become increasingly obsessed with destroying her. The mortal traps, enemies, and moral choices that await Katniss will challenge her more than any arena she faced before. The epic finale to this worldwide phenomenon hits theaters November 20, 2015.

Are you pumped?!

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Spectre Trailer

Source: Firstshowing

"I think you're just getting started."
Sony Pictures has finally debuted their trailer for Spectre - the 24th James Bond movie, starring as the legendary 007. This trailer really dives into the story and all of the characters he encounters along the way. From Ralph Fiennes as M, Ben Whishaw as Q and Naomie Harris as Moneypenny, to the new Bond girls Monica Bellucci, Léa Seydoux and Stephanie Sigman, as well as bad guys Christoph Waltz as Franz Oberhauser and Dave Bautista as Mr. Hinx.  The last two Bond films left little to be desired, and this looks no different. I mean it does look 'kind of' cool, but will it be? That remains to be seen. While I feel it's a little too dark and gloomy, with little to no glam for a Bond film, I will have to see it anyway.  Being such a huge Bond fan how could I not.  Have a look-see for yourself.

Spectre is directed by (Skyfall, Revolutionary Road, Road to Perdition, American Beauty) and written by John Logan. A cryptic message from Bond’s past sends him on a trail to uncover a sinister organization, Spectre. While M battles political forces to keep the secret service alive, Bond peels back the layers of deceit to reveal the terrible truth behind Spectre. Daniel Craig returns as 007 along with Ralph Fiennes as the new M, Naomie Harris as Moneypenny, and Ben Whishaw as Q. New cast members include Christoph Waltz, Monica Bellucci, Dave Bautista and Lea Seydoux. Sony Pictures will release Spectre in theaters November 6th, 2015.

Are you excited to see this? 

Monday, July 20, 2015

Mad Max + Star Wars Movie Trailer Mash-Up

Source: FirstShowing

Ever wondered what a Mad Max and Star Wars movie would look like?  Me either.  But I suspect if the two franchises had a baby Road Wars: The Imperator Strikes Back would be the offspring.  Created by Krishna Shenoi, this fun mash-up YouTube trailer combines the full insane Mad Max: Fury Road trailer with sleek Star Wars clips. It's actually a pretty rad movie trailer mash-up! Furiosa is on Tatooine complete with Sand people, Tie Fighters, lightsabers, and the Sarlacc pit.  Take a look and enjoy!

Thanks to FirstShowing for the tip on this. Description from YouTube: What if the world of Mad Max: Fury Road was part of the Star Wars universe? Created/edited by Krishna Shenoi on YouTube. This trailer just makes me more excited for  Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens. Only 150 more days to go. Some of the shots used in this mash-up come directly from the footage in the new Star Wars film.  I can't even wait!

What did you think of this mash-up?

Ant-Man Review

The next edition in the Marvel Universe brings a founding member of The Avengers to the big screen for the first time with Ant-Man. One might think even by comic-book movie standards, a thief who can shrink himself to the size of an insect – as well as telepathically control ants – is a totally bonkers premise for a Blockbuster. But somehow that concept translates beautifully on the silver screen. 

Just like all comic-book movies - particularly Marvel films - the movie has jaw dropping effects and tons of action sequences. Ant-Man doesn't go over the top, like so many other Marvel films do. In a world in which comic book-movie plots have become increasingly complex and rely on an enormous amount of preexisting knowledge, this script is refreshingly straightforward and clear. The movie is fun and simple, and it knows it. It doesn't try to over complicate things.

The movie's plot is as follows: Armed with the astonishing ability to shrink in scale but increase in strength, master thief Scott Lang () must embrace his inner-hero and help his mentor, Dr. Hank Pym (), protect the secret behind his spectacular Ant-Man suit from a new generation of towering threats. Against insurmountable odds, Pym and Lang must pull off a heist that will save the world (du-du-duuuun).

Don't get me wrong, I was just like everyone else when news hit they were going to bring the comic-book superhero to the big screen. "Psh, there's no way I'm seeing that." And even when they announced the all-star cast I was still leery. I'm in love with , but can he pull this type of character off?! The answer is YES, YES, YES. His comedic timing is always on point (and he always has me rolling), and this role was no different. I don't believe this movie could have been nearly as fun and funny without him. Lang's lovable and hilarious criminal gang adds a lot of comedic relief as well.  Sadly, they do not get a great deal of screen time. Pym and Lang both have family issues, non of which the audience cares enough about to matter though. Unfortunately, those plot-lines were weak and underdeveloped. I could tell they wanted us to give a hoot, but I just didn't. 

All in all, I had a fascistic movie experience.  Ant-Man delivers on fun, humor, special effects and action. They definitely set it up nicely for another sequel (what, are you surprised). Side note: Be sure to stay after the credits roll, there's a little Marvel morsel for all you fanboys out there.


The floor is now yours... Tell me what you thought? 

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Trailer

Source: Firstshowing

"People hate what they don't understand."
I know I'm a little late in posting this, but being such a huge fan of both of these super-heroes I couldn't resist. Warner Bros debuted their latest trailer for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice last weekend at Comic-Con 2015. This time they didn't hold back, although I wish they had. Even though this looks stellar, I feel it's entirely too long and reveals entirely too much (too soon). Still, it gives me a little more hope that this movie could be every bit as awesome as I want it to be. I still have my doubts, though. In this trailer we get glimpses of the battles and it introduces us to the new characters we've come to love (and hate). Regardless of how well it's received by the critics/fans, this movie is bound to be a HUGE blockbuster. I love how they tie-in the Metroplois destruction from Man of Steel. Nice touch. One can definitely understand the motivation that drives Bruce Wayne into the bat-suit. I have always been way more interested in DC comics, so move over Marvel, DC's set of movies are going blow you away!  Take a look!

's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, in the DC Comics Universe, will bring back Henry Cavill as Superman and introduce as Batman. , and will all return as well. New additions include: as Diana Prince/Wonder Woman, Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor, (LOVE him) as Alfred, and in a role newly created for the film. will also appear as Aquaman and as Barry Allen/The Flash. This blockbuster will hit theaters next spring, March 25th, 2016. For more info on the film, visit the official website at:

What do you think? Will you be seeing this in theaters? 

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Suicide Squad Teaser

Source: Firstshowing

 "I put 'em in a hole and threw away the hole."
Justice has a bad side.... Warner Bros just released the Comic-Con teaser for Suicide Squad.  Apparently it was leaked on line over the weekend. Regardless, This. Looks. Awesome.  It's dark & gritty, creepy & chilling. It's everything a super-villain movie should be. But more importantly it has my attention.  I was definitely leery about this movie at first... until now. I'm absolutely blown away.  People love their super-heroes, and people love to hate their villains.  We've got Deadshot, Harley Quinn, The Joker, Enchantress, Killer Croc and Rick Flagg.  This trailer is beautifully edited to perfection. Adding the eerie yet angelic remake of the 1968 Bee Gee's hit titled "I Started a Joke" is a stroke of genius.  If you're a real fanboy (or simply a fan of awesome trailers) take a look...

Suicide Squad is a DC Comics movie from Warner Bros, directed by (End of Watch, Sabotage, Fury). Ayer also wrote the script based on the comic books. is Deadshot, is Rick Flagg, is Harley Quinn, is Joker, plays Boomerang, plays Amanda Waller, is Enchantress, and is supposedly playing Killer Croc. All of these characters are part of a super villain team recruited by the government for secret missions. This bad-A movie hits theaters everywhere on August 5th, 2016

How excited, intrigued, scared are you?!!...

Magic Mike XXL Review

First of all, was there more story to tell after Magic Mike (2012)? Absolutely not, but who cares, CHANNING!  

This time around the story is even thinner than before. It's barely an L, let alone an XXL. However, Magic Mike XXL definitely contains more bro-time than its predecessor, which is naturally a lot more fun and funny. One can certainly tell this pointless sequel was solely made for the benefit of the fans and nothing more. Sadly, it was a lot lighter on the rich, character-driven aspect of the original - but hey, you probably didn’t come for that, right?  Which leads me to my next point - stripping.  Where was it?!

Mike (), who has been out of the stripping game for a few years, reconnects with the The Kings Of Tampa to join them on one last road-trip to, you guested it, a stripper convention, all before they hang up their leopard-print g-strings for good. Now one expects a few "staples" when venturing a stripper movie, that being the most obvious... stripping. Call me crazy, but shouldn't there be TONS-O-STRIPPING at a stripper convention?! Psh, this movie might as well be PG-13. C'mon.

The storyline between Mike and Zoe () is completely irrelevant and with no resolve. They should have taken out that entire weak storyline altogether. I will say, however, the best part of this movie is Big Dick Rickie (). His comedic performance mixed in with those hilarious facial expressions were unbelievably priceless. And despite the slightness of the lame story, I still had a fun time. XXL works as a fun road-trip movie because the main characters are good in value and the naturalistic dialogue carries plenty of laughs throughout.

What did you think? 

Inside Out Review

Finally Hollywood throws us a bone with Inside Out.  Originality happens so infrequent I almost missed it. And Disney/Pixar's latest efforts certainly did not disappoint. 

Growing up can be a bumpy road, and it's no exception for Riley, who is uprooted from her Midwest life when her father starts a new job in San Francisco. Like all of us, Riley is guided by her emotions - Joy (Amy Poehler), Fear (Bill Hader), Anger (Lewis Black), Disgust (Mindy Kaling) and Sadness (Phyllis Smith - love her!). The emotions live in Headquarters, the control center inside Riley's mind, where they help advise her through everyday life. 
What's most brilliant about this luminous movie, is how director Pete Docter not only connects beautifully to those emotions, but he turns them into relatable characters. Inside Out is easily the most high-concept piece Pixar has ever done. More than just talking toys or cars, it’s extremely abstract. It's playfully funny, thought-provoking and mood-moving all in one. The stellar animation not only speaks volumes, but its powerful message is everything. That is to say there is opposition in all things - light & dark, day & night, Joy & Sadness. You cannot have one without the other. 
Rating: B+ 

Tell me your thoughts?...

Monday, June 15, 2015

Jurassic World Review

Jurassic World gets an A for effort, but (lightly) scratch beneath the surface we run into a dino, hot mess. First things first, Jurassic World is significantly better than Jurassic Park 2 and 3, but that's not saying a whole lot - kind of like comparing poo to vomit.  And in no way does it hold a candle to the original. 

Twenty-two years after the events of Jurassic Park, Isla Nublar is fully operational, and has been functioning as a dinosaur theme park for the last ten years. The island looked very cool, sleek and exciting. It had me saying; "Man, I want to go there." But as the story progressed my semi-high hopes plummeted. The main plot: A genetically designed dinosaur escapes captivity to reek havoc in her new back yard, the island goes crazy, while people try to take it down. 

The big finale was riddled with cliches, mixed in with a laughable display of... "really?!." More times than not Hollywood ignores reason for spectacle, though, so I wasn't too surprised.  Bigger and better isn't always a good thing.  I could list a number of things wrong with the film (and believe me there are numerous things - ahem, pterodactyls flying off into the sunset, anyone?), but in spite of everything I still thoroughly enjoyed the movie. The loveable Chris Pratt proves, yet again, that he's a leading Hollywood star.

Is it worth seeing it in 3D? Absolutely not. Nothing jumps out at you in 3D, which is what I was hoping for. It is however worth seeing it in IMAX. With the monster fan-based already built in (me included), this movie is bound to make $bank$ regardless of how "good" it really is. It already made a whopping $208.M opening weekend (domestic). Do I hear another sequel? (please, just stop.)

What did you make of it? Share your comments below...

Friday, June 12, 2015

Before They Were Famous - Summer 2015

Source: Screen Junkies

Summer is in full bloom this season. So many stellar blockbusters coming in left and right. In addition to the Summer Blockbuster HOTTIES that already have us drooling, it's time take a stroll down memory lane... to a more simple and much more humble beginning with Screen Junkies 5th annual "Before They Were Famous" edition. I seriously cannot get enough of these guys. They are always on point with their ridiculous humor. Tom Hardy's Kleenex commercial has me rollin'.  So great!  Take a look and enjoy a little blast from the past.

Which Summer Blockbuster star did you notice before they were famous?

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Summer Blockbuster HOTTIES - 2015

Time to indulge in a bit of "wanting" - the eye-popping, mouth-drooling, gotta-have kind of wanting.  Hollywood is definitely turning up the heat on the big screen this season. What can I say, 2015 means bid-niss!  All the sizzling babes in this segment turned K-Rated's hot dial up to... 11. Take a look at this seasons Blockbuster Hotties.   Warning: May cause third degree burns. 

*Mouth-Watering Bombshells*

This enchanting beauty, of Swedish descent, is absolutely beyond gorgeous.  If you're thinking: "Never heard of her," you would be right. But brace yourself, because this brunette bombshell is about to become one of the biggest names in Hollywood this year.  Be sure to check her out as she heats things up in The Man from U.N.C.L.E., out August 14th.
Up Next: Adam Jones is a Chef who destroyed his career with drugs and diva behavior. He cleans up and returns to London, determined to redeem himself by spearheading a top restaurant that can gain three Michelin stars. Release date: October 2nd.

Charlize Theron
There is something mysterious that surrounds this exotic knockout and it has everyone fully intrigued! The calm, cool and collected actress is without question irresistibly stunning. But she doesn't get by on those vapid hot chick roles alone. Opting instead to play a troubled prostitute turned serial killer (to which she won an Oscar), a stone cold astronaut, an evil queen, all the way to her latest butt kicking, balls to the wall role in Mad Max: Fury Road, currently in theaters. Very few women can pull off bald & sexy simultaneously. And later this summer she'll play a woman who survived the brutal killing of her family as a child, yet is forced to confront those events  by a secret society obsessed with solving notorious crimes in Dark Places, in theaters August 7th.
Up Next: A director of an international aid agency in Africa meets a relief aid doctor amidst a political/social revolution, and together face tough choices surrounding humanitarianism and life through civil unrest in The Last Face, out later this year.  

Not only did this dazzling, blonde, sex-siren bag one of THEE sexiest men in Hollywood! (#Sigh #SoJealous), but the down-to-earth, Texan born A-lister is a force to be reckoned with, proving that with a little determination, charm and staying true to self, anything's possible. She may not be the main reason to see Magic Mike XXL, out July 1st, but I'm most certain she will bring her share of heat. 
Up Next: The Danish Girl is inspired by the true story of Danish artists Lili Elbe and her wife Gerda, this tender portrait of a marriage asks: What do you do when someone you love wants to change? Release date: November 27th.

This flawless diamond is very old-school Hollywood glam, not to mention tantalizingly sexy. While being super hot is surely an asset to her career, it's but a facet of her persona. She has this sweet, girl-next-door vibe to her, but can definitely vamp it up real nice on the red carpet. Be sure to check her out as she teams up with Paul Rudd in her latest comic-book action flick Ant-Man, out July 17th.
Up Next: Nothing on the foreseeable horizon, but you can bet whatever it may be it's sure to be sexy.  

This mouth-watering babe has a lot going for her. She’s young, sassy and devastatingly beautiful. Landing the coveted role as the warrior queen Daenerys Targaryen on HBO’s hit show Game of Thrones (ahem, currently my favorite show) back in 2011, was the best thing to happen to her career (thus far). She’s been screaming about her dragons and looking good while doing it ever since.  Watch her kick a little butt as she attempts to save the world from mass destruction in Terminator Genisys, out July 1st.
Up Next: Aside from GoT, she will also star in Me Before You, which is story about a girl in a small town who forms an unlikely bond with a recently-paralyzed man she's taking care of. Release date: June 3, 2016

 *Lip-Smackin' Man-Candy*
The L.A. born, 6'5" tall drink of water is one handsome fella. With those gorgeous baby blues and a smile that could render females helpless in a matter a seconds, it's easy to see why he made the cut.  Not only is he good looking, but this smoothy has a killer sense of humor as well, which is unbelievably sexy.  Watch him team up with CIA agent, Napoleon Solo, in this summers blockbuster The Man from U.N.C.L.E., out August 14th.
Up Next: Free Fire  is a story set in Boston in 1978, a meeting in a deserted warehouse between two gangs turns into a shootout and a game of survival, out later next year.

They sure know how to grow 'em goooood in Pittsburgh.  The 6'5" tall, dark and handsome stud-muffin is for sure one delicious piece of lip-smacking, man-candy and an EXCELLENT addition to our summer blockbuster hotties. He seems so charming too, which definitely adds to his sex appeal. Don’t miss this 8 pack sportin’ sexy stud reprise his role as Big Dick Richie in the highly anticipated sequel Magic Mike XXL, out July 1st.
Up Next:  Nothing is set for the big screen (as of yet), but he has been cast in Pee-wee's Big Holiday (made for TV). Release date: Sometime in 2016.

It's definitely difficult to ignore this loveable, American actor who has this gregarious if somewhat goofy persona.  And his gentle, boy-next-door vibe seems to drive the ladies wild. With a rockin' hard body that just won't quit and a hilarious sense of humor, it's prevalent this down to earth sexy man isn't going anywhere but the very top.  Be sure to check him out as he trains Velociraptors in the next installment of Jurassic Park.  Jurassic World hits theaters July 12th.
Up Next: Passengers is a story about a spacecraft that is transporting thousands of people to a distant colony planet that has a malfunction in one of its sleep chambers. As a result, a single passenger is awakened 90 years before anyone else. Faced with the prospect of growing old and dying alone, he eventually decides to wake up a second passenger. No release date at this time.

God bless America! Even though he was born in the small town of Cullman, Alabama, he's anything but. This 8 pack sportin' heart-throb has girls (and boys) all around the world screaming for more. This former stripper is returning to his roots this summer, yet again, for the highly anticipated sequel in Magic Mike XXL, out July 1st. He's definitely one of the sexiest actors Hollywood has to offer to its young female fan base. But sorry ladies, he's taken, as in happily married (wah wah)
Up Next: Hail, Caesar! follows the life of a Hollywood fixer in the 1950s who works to keep the studio's stars in line. Release date: February 5, 2016.
(pause for reaction) Where do I even begin?! (sigh) There are like a ba-zillion amazing things to say about this devastatingly gorgeous stone-fox of a man.  Those chiseled good looks should be illegal  for starters. Trying to justify his sex appeal is like trying to explain why the grass is green. It just is. We don't question it, we don't debate it, we just accept it. So it's easy to see why the British actor made this list. And aside from being blessed genetically, he's a great actor, humble and quite intelligent. You don't want to  miss him kick a little KGB butt in this summers smash hit The Man from U.N.C.L.E., out August 14th.
Up Next:  Reprising his role as the last son of Krypton in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Release Date: 2016.

With this kind of stunning beauty infiltrating our movie theaters this summer it's going to be hard to stay away. The floor is now yours. Share with me some of your favorite summer blockbuster hotties...

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